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Hurricane Harvey flooded my AC – now what?

AC Hurricane Harvey Flood Damage What should I do if my AC was under water or damaged because of Hurricane Harvey in Montgomery County? There are many people who have questions about their AC  due to the large amount of rain from Hurricane Harvey... does my AC have flood damage?  Here is a quick list of items [...]

By |September 2nd, 2017|Houston Flooding, Hurricane Harvey, Montgomery County Flooding|0 Comments

Humidity in Your Home?

How to Naturally Reduce the Humidity in your Home If you are concerned about high levels of humidity in your Willis or Conroe home, your worries may be justified. High humidity levels can create a musty, stale odor in the home that makes your indoor environment unpleasant. It can also lead to the rapid growth of [...]

By |August 22nd, 2017|Conroe AC, Humidity in home, Willis AC|0 Comments

Appliances and HVAC Affect Your Energy Bills

Some, but not all, of the hardworking appliances inside your home raise energy bills as they start to wear out. If you are concerned with keeping your home’s energy costs low and you depend on the conveniences they offer, keep an eye on these vulnerable appliances: Refrigerator The refrigerator is another appliance that runs 24/7 [...]

By |July 28th, 2017|AC Conroe, HVAC, HVAC Conroe, HVAC WIllis, Willis AC|0 Comments

AC FAQs

When temperatures soar and humidity levels make rooms feel like saunas, Dependable Air Conditioning and Heating in Conroe and Willis is the first step to comfort. It's difficult to feel energetic when air conditioning systems are not operating at their highest efficiencies. One reason for decreased air conditioning efficiency is lack of regular AC maintenance.  Do [...]

By |July 13th, 2017|AC, AC Willis, Conroe AC, Willis AC|0 Comments

Reduce Allergens in your AC System

AC technicians and people around Willis, Texas know that allergy season has arrived. It’s not just all the pollen. Allergens are carried into your home through the air, settle on the surfaces of your home, and make your air quality suffer. Airborne particles like pet dander, dust mites, mold, and cockroach droppings can cause coughing and [...]

By |June 19th, 2017|AC, AC & Heating, AC Willis, Allergies, Willis AC|0 Comments

HVAC System: When Should You Replace It?

  When Should You Replace Your HVAC System? All HVAC air conditioning systems are designed to operate at temperatures at or below 95 degrees and, ideally, last an average of 12-15 years. In Willis and Conroe Texas, temperatures above 95 degrees are typical in the summer months, systems often begin to fail at between eight [...]

By |June 4th, 2017|AC & Heating, AC Conroe, AC Willis, Conroe AC, HVAC, Willis AC|0 Comments

Now Hiring!

Dependable AC and Heating is in the search for a qualified Technician with a minimum of 2 years in the field experience.   We will consider a person with fewer years as a helper until he or she can get up to speed to be on their own. Salary will be commensurate with capabilities. Call [...]

By |April 24th, 2017|AC & Heating|0 Comments

Thank You from Panorama Lion’s Club

Dependable AC and Heating participated in the 2017 Charity Golf Tournament with The Panorama Lions Club.  

By |April 23rd, 2017|AC & Heating|0 Comments

AC Downtime Hurts Your Business!

Every part of your building is affected by your AC system in Willis and Conroe – but you might not realize just how important it is until it fails. The truth is, a serious AC  system in Willis and Conroe issue can cause many aspects of business to slam to a stop. When your HVAC [...]

By |March 16th, 2017|AC Conroe, AC Willis, Conroe AC, Willis AC|0 Comments

Efficiency Ratings In AC Systems

With advancements in technology in all industries, education becomes vital for the purchase and use of most, if not all, products purchased and HVAC products are included. The one time expense of purchasing an air conditioning system should be factored against the never ending expense of operation of that system. The industry rates equipment with [...]

By |January 22nd, 2017|AC & Heating|0 Comments