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We repair all models and brands of air conditioning units in Houston and the surrounding cities regardless of the age of the ac unit. If you have a leaking air conditioner or the air conditioner is too noisy or for any other problems with your air conditioning unit, we are ready to help. Just call our local number and let us do the rest in order to bring your ac back to normal working condition. You can reach us 24/7 at our local number for same-day air conditioning repair in Houston.
Please note: temporarily we don't repair air conditioning units
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If you prefer, you can contact us for Houston air conditioning repair service via email. Just provide a brief explanation of your air conditioning problem along with your name and contact information, and as soon as we receive your note, we will contact you with the solution for your air conditioning issue.
We repair all air conditioning models and brands in Houston:
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Our air conditioning repair service areas include all of Houston and the surrounding cities:
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Caution: Homeowners should not get involved any ac repairs on their own, unless they are professionally trained and experienced in ac repairs. Repairing gas, electrical and mechanical air conditioning issues that you are not familiar with can be very dangerous and costly. The information posted on our website is only for educational purposes, in order to help you become more familiar with your air conditioning, while also learning how to use them in the most efficient and cost effective way. For professional help on your ac repair service needs in Houston, call us at our local number:
Air conditioning has been defined as the simultaneous control of temperature, humidity, movement, and the quality of air in a given pace. The use of the conditioned space determines the temperature, humidity, air movement, and quality of the air to be maintained.
Air conditioning is able to provide widely crying atmospheric conditions: from those necessary for drying processes to those necessary for high-humidity process application. Air conditioning can maintain any atmospheric condition regardless of variations in outdoor either. Air clean is important from the standpoint of human health. Also, the walls and ceilings of the supplied with filtered air will need less frequently than those supplied unfiltered air. Considerable dust is carried in a room by an unfiltered air supply. Some called "clean rooms," require special air filtration and should circulate freely in the room to it is delivered. This will allow it to absorb heat and moisture uniformly throughout the entire room during the cooling cycle and to deliver heat and moisture uniformly during the heating cycle. At the same time the air movement should be gentle, or it will cause objectionable draft.
Comfort can be defined as any condition which when changed will make a person un-comfortable. Though this sounds paradoxical, it just means that a person is not aware of the best air-conditioning systems when comfort-able. If a person is uncomfortably warm, then the temperature or humidity (or both) are too high. In a first-class air-conditioning system one is not really conscious of the temperature or humidity because one is comfortable. Neither is there any disturbance because of equipment noise or air movement.
Finding the best conditions for comfort and health has been the object of considerable re-search work. The ASHRAE Handbook of Fundamentals 1981 is probably the most up-to-date and complete source of information relating to the physiological aspects of thermal comfort. Thus, much information is available concerning factors affecting human comfort.
QUALITY AND QUANTITY OF AIR SUPPLIED
Air purity is relative. Except possibly on a mountain top immediately after a rainstorm, no air is entirely free of entrained impurities. Even mountain air for example will be found to contain a trace (though negligible) of sulfur dioxide. The extent to which impurities are present in air is termed their concentration. Concentration is normally expressed in one of two different ways: mass per unit volume of air (g/m3) or volume per number of volumes of air parts per million. ppm
The quantity of air available remains constant though its quality does not. In a sense we breathe today the same air used and reused by countless preceding generations. Our air is continually regenerated for us by nature. But the demands of modern life and industry are so complex and urgent that it is no longer practical to depend upon nature to provide air of the precise quality required, at a specific time or in a particular place. A climate neither too cold nor too hot, not too dry not too humid, all year round is not man's heritage. To make our immediate atmosphere more suitable to our needs, we have learned to "condition" air mechanically. The process is not without cost. Whether simple or intricate, an air-conditioning system represents a capital investment in equipment in fans, ducts, dampers, diffusers, and grilles; in boilers, compressors, tempering and cooling coils, filters, air washers, and pumps; in thermostats and regulators of all types. It represents an operating charge for electrical energy, fuel, water, and operating and maintenance labor all expended for the sole purpose of obtaining the precise quality and quantity of air desired and delivering it ,then and where required. Once air is conditioned, contrary to being *free," it becomes a valuable commodity be-cause of the conditioning energy that has been invested in it. The protection of that investment by conserving the conditioned air becomes important. However, air becomes contaminated by "use," and we are as much concerned about air purity and freshness as we are about its temperature and humidity. Here we may anticipate nature by resorting to mechanical and chemical purification to restore air freshness while at the same time conserving its thermal and psychometric value. -
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