Houston, TX Air Conditioning and Heating Service, Repair, and Installation
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Is your furnace acting up, blowing cold air, or making too much noise? Don’t get left in the cold! Our experienced team of professionals is here to keep your home or business warm and cozy.
In addition to being good for our environment, HVAC systems with high energy efficiency will save you money—always a good thing. Energy-efficient systems also provide you with optimum comfort for your home or business.
Hage Energy is the leading company for all of your air conditioning and cooling needs. Our technicians are qualified professionals who will get the job done right for your home or business.
Good indoor air quality is central to your health and comfort. Whether for your home or business, our professionals can help achieve your best levels of quality air. Let us help keep you safe and comfortable.
OUR ENERGY, AIR QUALITY, AND HVAC SERVICES
- ENERGY-EFFICIENT COOLING OR HEATING SYSTEMS
- HIGH-EFFICIENCY WINDOWS AND DOORS
- ENERGY-EFFIICIENT INSULATION
- LED LIGHTING INSTALLATIONS AND DESIGN UPGRADES
- HOME SEALING AND INDOOR AIR QUALITY
- SOLAR ENERGY SOLUTIONS FOR YOUR HOME AND BUSINESS
60 MONTHS FINANCING WITH APPROVED CREDIT
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DISCOUNTS UP TO $2400 ON THE PURCHASE OF A TRANE QUALIFIED SYSTEM.
The Wells Fargo Home Projects® credit card also brings you:
- Revolving line of credit that you can use over and over again
- Special financing where available
- Convenient monthly payments to fit your budget
- Easy-to-use online account management and bill payments options
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Allergies plague millions of people every year, and Houston is one of the most allergen-rich communities in Texas. A whole-home air purifier can help alleviate allergy symptoms and keep your space clean.
Compressors really do work as the heart of an AC system, pumping pressurized refrigerant through the pipes and coils. The compressor pulls in refrigerant as a cool, low-pressure gas, and compresses it to a higher pressure and temperature before being released to the condenser coil.