When you need high-quality plumbing and HVAC services in Houston, Sugar Land, The Woodlands, Conroe, or Spring that offer long-lasting results, get in touch with the experts at ARS/Rescue Rooter Houston. Our HVAC and plumbing company will assess yourissue quickly and provide you with a solution that makes sense. Our proven track record as an industry leader means you can trust that we will get the job done right and that you’ll be happy with the result.
Our Exceptional Service Guarantee is a promise that we will keep working on your HVAC or plumbing issue until you are happy. With this type of guarantee, it’s easy to see why so many people in the Houston area use us as their go-to for challenging plumbing and HVAC problems. Our highly trained plumbers and technicians will show up on time and will treat your home just like it was our own. We will also call before we get there, just so you know exactly when to expect us to arrive.
Here are some more benefits of working with us:
- All of our employees go through background checks and are drug tested for your safety and peace of mind
- We offer emergency service for both plumbing and HVAC services
- There are never any hidden fees or costs to worry about
- We have flexible financing options available
Reliable Plumbing in Houston, TX
When you discover a plumbing problem in your house, like a leaky pipe or clogged drain, all you really want is a quick solution so you can get on with your day. At ARS/Rescue Rooter Houston, we have a reputation for getting to the bottom of the issue and providing a solid, dependable solution that lasts. We believe in open and honest communication, so you can feel confident that we will always share information with you and keep you informed about what we are doing. Our plumbing services in Houston include water heater repair, water leak detection, drain cleaning, garbage disposal repair, sewer line repair, and gas line repair. We also provide plumbing installation and replacement for when your pipes and fixtures need a modern update.
Quality HVAC Service in Houston You Can Trust
We are the leading Houston HVAC service provider. Our area is known for scorching heat in the summer and having access to trusted HVAC services is crucial to keep your house safe and comfortable during the hottest days. If your air conditioner breaks down in the middle of a heatwave, you won’t only be terribly uncomfortable, but sensitive members of your family could run into health issues without decisive action. All it takes is one call, and we will come out to performHouston air conditioning repair service and get your AC unit working at full capacity once again.
We also offer heating repair in Houston and the surrounding communities for times when the temperature is unusually low. This won’t happen very often, but recent history tells us that it’s a good idea to have a functioning heating system during the winter.
The best way to keep both your HVAC and plumbing systems in good working order is to think about prevention first. We offer HVAC tune-ups and plumbing inspections that will spot small problems before they have a chance to become major issues, so you can always be one step ahead.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I save money by using a thermostat with my system?
Yes! You can save as much as $180 every year on your utility bills when you use a smart, programmable thermostat that will keep your home comfortable all year. Doing so will also put less wear and tear on the system, since it will only run when needed.
How do air ducts function?
The air conditioning, heating, and ventilation equipment at your workplace or home moves conditioned air through ductwork. These air passages must stay clean, and it’s a job for professionals, not do-it-yourself enthusiasts. Experts will help you seal any leaky ducts, which can boost the efficiency of your HVAC equipment up to 20%.
How often should we service the HVAC system?
As a rule of thumb, it’s best to call us for regular service to inspect, clean, and maintain your equipment every fall and spring, in advance of the coldest and hottest times of the year.
Your Houston company or home will see the lowest total cost of ownership of the HVAC system when arranging for regular service, since it’s easier to spot problems and solve them when they’re small and less severe.
When do I need to replace the system’s HVAC filters?
Ideally, you will replace the filter every 90 days as the seasons change. However, if you have people with respiratory ailments, if anyone smokes, or if someone has allergies, you may need to change filters more often, such as monthly. Consult the manufacturer for details, and ask your health care professional for advice on how frequently filters need to be swapped.
Can I schedule a repair service call over the weekend?
Absolutely! We are always open 7 days a week, ready to answer your call and dispatch an expert to fix your HVAC, electrical, or plumbing issue.
What can I do to maintain the exterior components of my HVAC system?
In between regular service calls, it’s a good idea to go outside every couple of weeks and look at the HVAC equipment, getting rid of debris, weeds, leaves, and dirt that may accumulate. Blockages can harm the equipment or make it work less efficiently. You’ll always want to make a quick inspection after a major storm hits Houston.
Why should I request your services over another home service company?
When you need expert attention for your Houston area home's plumbing, heating or air conditioning system, you want to know that the job will be done right the first time. All employees undergo background checks and drug tests. With ARS/Rescue Rooter, you can rest assured that all of our services come complete with our worry-free Exceptional Service Guarantee. In addition to treating you and your property with respect—calling before we arrive, using shoe covers and drop cloths as needed—we guarantee that you'll be satisfied with our work, as set out in a written estimate you approve before we start. If you're dissatisfied for any reason, we'll make every effort to meet your expectations. It's that simple.
ARS/Rescue Rooter is a proud supporter of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and its mission: Finding cures. Saving children.®. Learn more about our partnership here.
Why Do Houston Residents and Business Owners Require HVAC Services?
As a leading Houston air conditioning company, ARS®/Rescue Rooter® frequently receives service calls during periods of high humidity, with customers needing a tune-up or repair of their HVAC system. It’s no wonder: Houston is known for its extremely humid climate, in particular between June and August. August is typically the warmest month in Houston, at about 94 degrees Fahrenheit.
During periods of high humidity, 94 degrees Fahrenheit will result in the heat index for Houston feeling much hotter. Therefore, it’s essential to have a reliable air conditioner to keep your employees and customers or family members comfortable throughout the summertime.
Rest assured that the team at ARS/Rescue Rooter is standing by to help in your time of need. We’ll check out your HVAC equipment and do what it takes to fix or upgrade the system.
What types of problems can humidity cause that HVAC systems are able to address? Homeowners and business owners report that their windows sometimes grow foggy during high humidity. Or, you may detect a musty smell inside the building. Generally, people notice that the air feels moist, which is unpleasant and distracting.
Your central air conditioner will decrease humidity levels, as the unit’s coil condenses water vapor and then drains this excess liquid.
Longtime residents know that Houston also gets hurricanes and strong storms, which can damage your HVAC system, requiring professional repairs. Flying debris can strike your exterior equipment. It’s prudent to tour your property after a storm to assess any damage that will require professional repairs.
Remember that these storms also can cause plumbing leaks and damaged water lines that a plumbing service such as ARS/Rescue Rooter can fix. After a flood, customers will call us because the rising water level damages their water heater. Do not try to use your water heater if it has been submerged. There is a risk of fire, especially when an unlicensed amateur attempts to check out the equipment.
Heavy storm flooding can also pose problems for your lavatory. It’s not uncommon for people in Houston to find that storm surges and torrential rains lead to backed-up sewer lines. When the sewer can’t drain effectively, you may notice that your toilet is draining slower than usual. Call us for assistance if you detect this problem.
Another issue after floods in Houston is leaking pipes in area businesses and homes. Our dispatcher will strive to book an appointment for service at a time that’s most convenient for you.
Learn More About Houston
If you have recently purchased a home or have started a business in Houston, the team at ARS/Rescue Rooter wants to welcome you to this vibrant community.
Houston is renowned for being the largest city by population in Texas (it’s the fourth-biggest U.S. city).
It began with a settlement in Harrisburg in 1826. One week after Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, a Mexican general, destroyed the settlement in 1836, Texas became free, encouraging developers to seek their fortune. That same year, speculators John K. and August C. Allen purchased a site near Harrisburg and promoted it as a large emporium for commercial enterprise. Soon after, the Republic of Texas held its first Congress to the town now famous for being named after Sam Houston.
Today, Houston is a significant producer of oil and petrochemical products. High technology companies also flock to the area, where the Texas Medical Center is the city’s biggest employer.
There are plenty of attractions and landmarks that set Houston apart as a jewel of a city. As plumbing professionals, we certainly appreciate the design that went into making the Gus S. Wortham “dandelion” design water fountain at Allen Parkway. Houston is home to Sugar Hill recording studio, where Beyonce recorded her iconic “Dangerously in Love” song.
It’s also attractive to engineering enthusiasts, who come to Houston to marvel at the Fred Hartman cable bridge. Families will want to make sure to visit the Sam Houston Monument in Hermann Park to foster a greater appreciation for this thriving city.