Houston Air Conditioning, AC, HVAC, Heating Repair by HousePro
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By taking a whole home approach to air conditioning and heating services, we lower our customer's electric bill by as much as 40%!
HousePro is offering free estimates and financing as low as 0% on new heating and/or air conditioning systems.
Need your Houston A/C of Furnace Repaired now? WE offer 3 levels of service to meet your busy schedule - Emergency, Same day, and Next day. And FREE Diagnois on any repairs.
HVAC equipment can be responsible for over 50% of your total electricity usage and bills. House Pro specializes in developing energy efficient systems.
Nobody likes a surprise bill. We give free, detailed estimates before starting any work so you know exactly what you are getting.
We are so confident in our technicians and products that we put a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all of our work, repairs, and products.
Our technicians are put through a intensive training that goes beyond just HVAC knowledge. All of our technicians hold North American Technician Excellence (NATE) certifications.
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We have teamed with Energy Star and CenterPoint Energy to offer rebates up to $5000 on insulation, duct sealing, A/C Replacement, and more!
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How long should I wait to replace my air conditioning system?
The average lifespan of a Houston Air Conditioning system is around 10 years with annual maintenance. Unfortunately, even the best maintained central air conditioning system in Houston will experience significant efficiency loss after 10 years old. Also, each year air conditioning manufacturers like American Standard, Trane, Carrier, Lennox, and many others develop increasingly efficient AC units that offer a huge potential for energy savings. According to Energy Star, replacing a 10 year old air conditioner with a modern unit will increase your home’s cooling efficiency by at least 20%. Other signs that it’s time to buy a new air conditioning unit are humidity issues, excessive dust, or uneven room temperatures.
What is a SEER rating?
SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating. The higher the SEER is rated, the greater efficiency of the air conditioning system. The minimum SEER rating for a new air conditioning unit in the US is 13-SEER.
When is air conditioning repair a better choice than air conditioning replacement?
If your Houston air conditioning system is less than 10 years old and appropriately sized for your home with a Manual J load calculation, repair may be the best option. However, in this case it is very important to find the cause of the failure to prevent the need future AC repairs. Common issues that lead to air conditioning repairs are leaky ductwork, dirty air filters, inappropriately sized AC units, and poor maintenance.
How important is the design of the HVAC system?
The complete design of your HVAC system plays a huge role in how comfortable and efficient your home’s cooling system will be. The best A/C unit available can lose up to 60% of its efficiency and power due to issues such as poor insulation, leaky ductwork, attic sealing issues, and poor ventilation. If you have a relatively new AC system but still experience excessive dust, uneven room temperatures, poor indoor air quality, humidity control issues, or high energy bills you should have your attic sealing, ductwork, and insulation inspected. HousePro offers free home energy consultations and estimates.
Is Annual A/C Maintenance Really Necessary?
Air Conditioner Tune Ups or annual maintenance is extremely important. Failing to properly maintain your HVAC system can lead to high operating costs, energy waste, poor indoor air quality, and an uncomfortable home. As little as .01″ of dirt on your ac systems evaporator coil can decrease energy efficiency by 5%.