If you are in the market for a new air conditioning (AC) system, you found the right company. You can trust our professionals at Blue Air Heating and Air Conditioning to help you choose the best cooling system for your Bastrop, TX, home.
A reliable air conditioner will eliminate excess moisture from the air while keeping you and your loved ones comfortable on those hot summer days. We can integrate your new air conditioner with your current system or help you switch to a ductless system.
Experiencing a repair problem? Our licensed repair experts will quickly diagnose any issues with your air conditioning unit and offer our best solutions to meet your needs. We always provide up-front quotes on all our work, and are always here when you need us.
Faulty ductwork can create a lot of issues in your Bastrop, TX, household. Leaks and tears create an escape route for the conditioned air while allowing dust, debris, odors, and other contaminants to infiltrate your home. Your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment has to work that much harder to compensate for the escaping airflow—and you pay the price in reduced indoor air quality (IAQ) and higher utility bills.
Blue Air Heating and Air Conditioning has a solution—our air quality specialists can inspect your air ducts for leaks and loose joints. We take pressurized readings to pinpoint tears and leaks. Plus, we can peek inside the ducts to determine if they need cleaning.
You can trust Blue Air Heating and Air Conditioning to maintain your Bastrop, TX, furnace so it operates efficiently for years to come. We’re the hometown experts for your entire heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system.
We work with all major heating brands and offer preventative maintenance designed to save you on unexpected repairs and breakdowns. You want to do all you can to protect your heating investment.
Reduce your carbon footprint and start using a heat pump to provide your Bastrop, TX, home’s heating and cooling needs. Unlike a furnace that burns fuel to generate heat, a heat pump transfers warmth from the outdoors.
In the winter, heat pumps transfer heat from the outdoors to circulate throughout your home with the help of a blower and heat exchanger. In the summer, a heat pump works as an air conditioner (AC), removing the warm air from indoors. Blue Air Heating and Air Conditioning can install, replace, repair, and maintain your next heat pump. Call us today!
Indoor Air Quality
Did you know the average person in the United States spends approximately 90 percent of their time indoors? On top of that, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ranks poor indoor air quality (IAQ) in some areas as a significant health risk.
Our licensed team at Blue Air Heating and Air Conditioning will offer practical and sustainable solutions to improve the indoor air quality in your Bastrop, TX, home. Call us today for a free consultation.