Kingwood Tx Recovery

High waters in Kingwood, Tx. from Harvey have forced many out of their homes.

Dehumidification plays a key role in the restoration process .

Harvey Relief

Our hearts go out to our neighbors that are suffering in the aftermath of Harvey.
Please use this coupon towards a replacement system. 
Proud Members of The Woodlands Chamber of Commerce

Harvey Relief Savings

Our hearts go out to our neighbors that are suffering in the aftermath of Harvey.
Please use this coupon towards a replacement system. 

After Harvey – What To Do If Your A/C System Is Exposed To Water

After Harvey, thousands are trying to get back to normal. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

We know this time is difficult so we’ve compiled information below to answer air conditioning and heating system questions that may arise if you had water in, close or above your air conditioning unit.

Turn Off the Electricity

Very first thing—turn off the electricity. This can be done by going to the breaker and turning it off. This is important not only for the life of the system, but for your safety as well.

Once, the power is off, allow the system to dry out as much as possible.

As you probably know, there are two parts to your system, indoor and outdoor. Make sure to turn the power off to both units.

Most Common Flood Damage Issues

The air conditioner’s compressor (located in the outside unit) can flood easily because it sits low to the ground. If the water level reaches its electrical connection, the water can short circuit the compressor. Once it is short circuited, it will need to be replaced. In addition, if either the outdoor or indoor unit has been in standing water for any length of time, it can cause the inner parts of your system to become deteriorated. All manufacturers recommend replacing any electrical component that has gotten wet.

It’s extremely important to have your air conditioning and heating system checked by a licensed HVAC professional—the unit may appear to be working but water can cause damage later.

Outdoor Unit

Your outdoor air conditioning unit is designed to be in the weather, but not to be submerged. Make sure and check the following:

  • Debris & Standing Water. Remove any debris from around your unit and standing water.

Here are a few things a licensed HVAC professional can/will check:

  • Electrical. All electrical wires and parts – check for corrosion and damage.
  • Condenser Fan Motor. Check the seal, if it’s broken there may be an issue.
  • Coils. Check for debris that can hamper operation.

Indoor Unit

Your indoor unit can have water damage as well, even more so than the outdoor unit. It’s incredible what a small amount of water can damage.

Remember! – Turn off the power to the unit.

Insurance Claims

Make sure that the insurance policy on your home covers flood damage. If not, find out about wind or debris coverage.

If you have coverage, start the process as soon as possible.

  1. Contact your insurance company asap.
  2. Check their website for the specific items they require.
  3. Call in the claim.
  4. Take pictures.

HVAC Contractors – Be Cautious

A lot of unsavory people may try to take advantage, especially as our city recovers in the aftermath of Harvey. Make sure and work only with licensed and insured HVAC contractors – this is for your protection.

Our hearts go out to our neighbors that are suffering in the aftermath of Harvey.
Please use this coupon towards a replacement system. 

If you live in Spring, The Woodlands, Conroe, Montgomery or the surrounding areas and you’ve suffered flood damage to your AC unit, we are here to assist you.  Most importantly we are here to answer your questions.

You can reach us at:

Spring: 281-367-2653

The Woodlands: 281-367-2653

Conroe: 936-539-2653

Call 281-367-2653