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Terry’s A/C & Heating, 2020 President’s Award Spotlight

Terry’s A/C & Heating, 2020 President’s Award Spotlight (L-R) Terry’s A/C and Heating owner Rob Terry and Senior Technician Kenny Langford Carrier® recognizes Terry’s A/C & Heating’s commitment to excellence and Carrier is proud that they are ambassadors of our brand. Terry’s A/C & Heating is a first-class Factory Authorized Dealer and is an ideal example [...]

What Homeowners Need to Know About HVAC Air Conditioning Service

Choosing the Best Service: What Homeowners Need to Know About HVAC Services Whether you’re looking for a new installation or you’ve run into an air conditioning emergency, finding the right HVAC service is the most important part of the process. It can also be the most intimidating. Unfortunately, picking the wrong company could cost you [...]

Why Does My HVAC System Stop Blowing Cold Air When It’s Hot?

Why Does My HVAC System Stop Blowing Cold Air When It's Hot? In the middle of a sweltering Texas summer, there’s nothing more miserable than a malfunctioning air conditioner not blowing cold air. It’s an issue that can be avoided with regular maintenance, but even then, unexpected issues may crop up despite your best efforts. [...]

9 Reasons to Have an HVAC Tune-up in the Spring and Fall

9 Reasons to Have an HVAC Tune-up in the Spring and Fall For most people, fall and spring are the best seasons for enjoying outdoor life because of the temperate weather. While that’s perfectly fine, don’t get too carried away and forget about your annual HVAC tune-up. Winter and summer won’t be so kind to [...]

Why AC service is rescheduled during a thunderstorm

Why AC service is rescheduled during a thunderstorm Our location along the Gulf Coast makes our area prone to frequent thunderstorms. And, hurricane season which runs from June to November is another source of severe weather in the Houston area. But rain can still be paired with heat and humidity, which is why we like [...]

The HVAC Inspection Checklist: Why Is It So Important?

The HVAC Inspection Checklist: Why Is It So Important? The HVAC market is predicted to reach $35 billion in the next decade. Why? It's never been more important to be comfortable in your home. Texas alone has 17.7 million homeowners—61.7% of its population. Though HVAC systems aren't the only home system to impact homeowners' comfort, there are actions homeowners can take [...]

HVAC Replacement: When Should I Replace My AC Unit?

HVAC Replacement: When Should I Replace My HVAC Unit? Your HVAC system is responsible for keeping you comfortable throughout the year. In the winter, the system will keep you warm, and in the summer, your HVAC system will keep you cool. It also ventilates the air in your home to circulate fresh air and help [...]

Why Is My Air Conditioner Not Cooling the House?

Why Is My Air Conditioner Not Cooling the House? 11 Common AC Problems Homeowners Face Over three-quarters of all homes in the US have air conditioners. That makes ACs some of the most popular equipment around the country. There’s a good reason why homeowners spend a significant amount of money on efficient air conditioning. The sweltering [...]

AC Repair deemed an essential service for Katy, Richmond and Southwest Houston residents

AC Repair deemed an essential service for Katy, Richmond and Southwest Houston When your central air conditioner breaks down, it needs a repair right away! While COVID-19 has made operations different, Terry’s A/C & Heating is committed to continue our day-to-day operations to make sure all of our customers have access to expert AC repairs [...]

4 Financing Options for a New Air Conditioner or Heater

4 Financing Options for a New Air Conditioner or Heater Air conditioners and heaters along the Texas Gulf Coast work hard all year round. The cool weather doesn't last long with few freezing temperatures and almost zero snow. But, the summers more than make up for that. Summers in Houston, Texas are guaranteed to be [...]

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