CALL TODAY! Office 281-535-3889 Emergency: 281-745-8264
CALL TODAY! Office 281-535-3889 Emergency: 281-745-8264 
Regular maintenance of your comfort systems will ensure longer system life and higher efficiency which will in turn save you money on your electric bills.

Commercial buildings, depending on the type of business and system, require more frequent maintenance. We offer custom maintenance plans suited to your needs including monthly, quarterly, annually or specialty so schedule a quote today.

Residential - Most homes only require a spring check up on the cooling system and a fall check up on the heating system. You'll get both with our ESA program and at $130 for 1 system ($60 for each additional system) it's a steal.  Our annual agreement saves you money and can extend the life of your system.

Benefits of the annual agreement include:
  • Cooling system check
  • Heating system check
  • 10% discount on repairs if required
  • No overtime charges
  • Priority service
Summer Cooling System Check includes:
  • Inspection of all electrical connections
  • Clean condenser coils
  • Check Freon level
  • Inspect emergency drain pan and lines
  • Inspect evaporator coil
  • Check filters and air flow
Fall Heating System Check includes:
  • Inspect heat exchanger for cracks
  • Check filters and air flow
  • Check gas pressure if applicable
  • Inspect all electrical connections
  • Inspect heat anticipator

  1. Don't forget to change your filters every 30 days. This will help reduce airborne particles that may increasethe number of problems you experience with allergies, colds and the flu. Go to our Air Quality page for more info.
  2. Keep your curtains and shades drawn on the south and west windows of your home - this could save up to6% on your bill.
  3. Remember to turn off the outdoor unit when mowing or blowing leaves. Grass and debris blown into theoutdoor unit can interfere with the airflow and decrease the efficiency of your system.
  4. Set the temperature on your thermostat 2 degrees higher in summer or lower in winter can result insignificant savings. A digital programmable thermostat can be set to a schedule is an excellent tool inconsistently managing your temperature.
  5. Get regular check-ups to keep the system operating at its full potential and to prevent costly repairs.
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