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3 Problems That May Appear When You Turn on the AC

By pwsadmin | May 15, 2018

Temperatures are rising, and if you have not yet turned on your air conditioner for the season, you’ll be doing so soon. Ideally, you would have an HVAC technician perform maintenance on your system before you turn it on. If for some reason you turn on your AC before you get around to having maintenance […]

How to Use Your HVAC System to Fight Springtime Allergies

By pwsadmin | March 22, 2018

Spring can be a pretty miserable experience if you’re an allergy sufferer. Between the sneezing, sniffling, watery eyes, and scratchy throat, seasonal allergies triggered by pollen, grasses, and a host of other natural allergens can do a number on your physical well-being. Springtime allergens aren’t just limited to the great outdoors — indoor allergens like […]

How Does Cold Air Escape a Home?

By pwsadmin | March 12, 2018

As the weather warms up and springtime emerges, it’s time to start thinking about keeping your home cool. No matter how efficient your AC unit is, it can only be expected to handle an enclosed and insulated space. As long as the air in your home has a different temperature than the air outside, it […]

2 Common Cooling Problems With Quick Fixes

By pwsadmin | February 16, 2018

Some air conditioning problems are expensive and time-consuming to fix. Fortunately, not every air conditioner problem indicates your system is falling apart. Below are two common cooling problems that can be quickly corrected. 1. Blocked or Restricted Air Flow One of the most common reasons for an air conditioner that refuses to cool is blocked […]

5 Strange Furnace Behaviors

By pwsadmin | February 16, 2018

Many homeowners don’t think of calling the HVAC company until they are left without heat. However, if you pay close attention to the way your furnace is acting, you can often pick up on strange behaviors that indicate an impending furnace failure before you are left shivering away in a cold house. Here’s a look […]

What You Need to Know About Storm Cleanup

By pwsadmin | September 1, 2017

Southeast Texas and the Greater Houston region, including Tomball, are still dealing with the effects from Hurricane Harvey, but eventually, the water will recede and it will be time to start cleaning up. Houston saw its share of heavy rain — over 50 inches in some cases — and flooded, impassable streets. The mayor of […]

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