In the Old West, folks lived (and died) by an unspoken code of conduct that good men (and women) seemed to follow instinctively. It included honesty, respect and consideration for other law-abiding members of their communities. Well, the good guys at Texas Air Authorities live by a code, too. It reflects their exemplary skills and their focus on serving customers to the best of their abilities.
When the air conditioner breaks down unexpectedly on a blistering hot day, it's only a matter of time before the house feels like a sauna and those beads of sweat swell into rivers.
Boys Scouts aren't the only ones who should be prepared. As Texans brace for the brutal summer heat ahead, homeowners should make sure their central air conditioning systems are ready to roll.
It's no secret around these parts that summer arrives packing plenty of heat—the kind of heat that can put even the toughest Texan out of commission in one fell swoop. That's why it's important for homeowners to stock up on all of the ammunition necessary to outlast summer's relentless assault on cool, comfortable homes.
The college basketball season has been warming up over the last month as the nation's elite squads sweat out last-second, buzzer-beating shots that could either help them realize—or shatter—their March Madness dreams. American Airlines Center in Dallas hosts NCAA Tournament games in the first two rounds this month, while the Alamodome in San Antonio is the site for the semifinals and championship game on March 31 and April 2. That's when the heat really gets cranked up and an entire nation is glued to the TV.
As part of American Heart Month, the good guys at Texas Air Authorities are urging fellow Texans to focus on their hearts by giving these powerful workhorses the TLC they deserve. It's no secret that folks with strong hearts improve their chances of living longer, healthier and happier lives. That's why a healthy heart is a worthwhile investment.
Now that the craziness of the holidays has come and gone, homeowners are often saddled with a pile of bills. Texas Air Authorities reckons that most folks are on a budget these days. And the post-holiday rush doesn't always allow much wiggle room for extra expenses.
Brrrr! Who turned off the heat in these parts? Whoever it was, the timing couldn't be worse for homeowners who put off pre-season inspections of their heating systems.
Decisions. Decisions. When a previously reliable air conditioning system goes on the fritz, is it better to repair it or replace it?
At this time of year, clangs, bangs, rattles and creaks belong in haunted houses. They shouldn't be flowing out of the heating system.