AC and Heating Repair Services

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AC and Heating Repair Services Near You

Dragon Air AC and Heating Repair Services technicians are EPA certified, registered, and trusted by our clients and neighbors across the state of Texas. We know, Texas is sometimes too cold, but mostly too hot. Finding the balance in temperature and making your thermostat work perfectly was always something we provided for our customers.

Dragon Air services all brands of HVAC equipment and emergency service is available 7 days a week. We provide excellent customer service and honest diagnostics. In most cases, whether you need an ac or heating repair or the replacement we are able to finish work the same day. 

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AC and Heating Services: Repair, Installation and Maintenance

Our Recommendations

Based on the comfort assessment, load and energy analyses, and inspection of your existing equipment, we will recommend equipment that meets your needs and budget. We are happy to install any air conditioning and heating manufacturer, yet specialize in Rheem and American Standard equipment. We also offer financing!

Heating and Furnace Service Repair

Air Conditioning and Heating Preventative Maintenance

To help keep your HVAC in top shape and up and running efficiently year round, we recommend performing a preventative maintenance checkup twice a year. The Air Conditioning system check up should be performed in the Spring and the Heater system sometime during the Fall season.

  • Condenser coil cleaning
  • Compressor check
  • Condenser Fan check
  • Check the wiring, voltage and amperage
  • Check operating pressures
  • Check capacitor, contactor and relay
  • Check thermostat 
  • Check condensate pan 
  • Check air filters
  • Check differential temperature (DT)
  • Check complete system operation
  • Check air filters
  • Check vent pipe
  • Check draft motor 
  • Check and clean flame sensor
  • Check all safety controls
  • Check blower motor and limit control
  • Check heat exchanger
  • Check gas valve and pressure
  • Check temperature rise
  • Check system for proper operation
  • Check wiring
  • Check capacitor and relay