What area of San Antonio do you service?

We will go anywhere, but our primary service area is northeast San Antonio.

During what times can I schedule service?

Call us anytime; we won’t keep you waiting like some of the big companies that work on their schedule not yours.

When do you provide a free estimate or quote?

Free quotes and estimates are for equipment replacement only. Estimates for repair services are not free.

When does your $0 trip charge apply?

You will not be charged a trip charge when repairs are made or new equipment is installed. Generally, we do not charge trip fees.

Are you closed on holidays?

Our Service Department stays open on Holidays for inconvenient break downs.

Do you do commercial work?

Yes. We are fully licensed and bonded for all air conditioning and heating needs.

What are your service charges?

Our Service Charge is $69 per visit; however we waive the service charge with repair or service. Call us at 281-398-5703 anytime so that we can affordably, reliably and professionally assist you.

When should I get my A/C checked up?

We recommend getting your system checked up twice a year: once in the spring and once in the fall. Ideal weather conditions normally span from April 15 to May 31 for the spring and October 1 to November 15 for the fall. Check ups are provided year-around, weather permitting.

Can I use my credit card to pay for service?

Yes, we accept VISA, MasterCard, and Discover as well as exact cash and checks, however; technicians do not keep cash on their trucks and cannot make change.

When do I pay for services?

Payment is due upon completion of any work performed.

How do you charge for services?

All services are flat rate charges and do not change based on the length of time to complete the work.

Do you offer maintenance contracts?

Yes we offer yearly maintenance contracts. For details please call 210-658-8664.

How often should I replace my filters?

Our replacement schedule is based on average replacement needs at Houston’s standard design conditions. A good rule of thumb is to follow manufacturer’s specifications, but a simple visual inspection tells you all you need to know, if it’s dirty . . . change it.