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Autumn Mechanical Provides Industry Leading Air Conditioning, Heating, Plumbing, And Refrigeration Services In Houston, Dallas And Surrounding Areas.


In a climate as hot and humid as the one in Houston, having reliable air conditioning in your home is a top priority. Not only can temperatures get uncomfortably high, they can also be dangerous for your family and property. High heat paired with extreme humidity can quickly cause damage to your space, warping wood, and leading to moisture damage in your home. In our subtropical climate, we have more than the summer months to worry about as temperatures can soar even in the winter.

When you are looking for reliable residential air conditioning in Houston, our team of HVAC experts are here for you. We work with you to get the best performance out of your air conditioning system with routine maintenance, fast repairs, and our extensive knowledge of air conditioning systems. If you are interested in replacing your current air conditioning system with a newer model, we will work with you to identify the correct size, features, and model for your residential space. Reach out to us today to learn more about the affordable residential air conditioning services we provide.


When it comes to something as important as your home’s cooling system you will want to work with experienced professionals for all of your residential air conditioning needs. Our team has more than three decades of experience working with a wide range of air conditioner brands and finding cooling solutions for our clients. If you are unsatisfied with your current cooling system or are in need of routine maintenance, contact us today.

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Should I Upgrade to a Zoned HVAC System

Should I Upgrade to a Zoned HVAC System?

February 9, 2023

Are you considering updating your home or business with a zoned HVAC system to increase the climate control you have in your space? Our team can help you. We work with home and business owners to get them the best HVAC system for their space so they can get the best climate control without breaking their budgets. Read below to see what Trane has to say about AC zoning systems. When does AC zoning make sense? If you have a multi-level home Because heat rises, it can often feel hotter upstairs than downstairs in a multi-level home. Few people enjoy sleeping when it’s hot, but it’s even worse to get out of bed when your home is freezing. If you have a multi-level home that experiences temperature fluctuations, investing in a zoned system is a troubleshooting solution that will allow you to set different temperatures for the upstairs and downstairs portions of your home, instead of attempting to control both levels with one thermostat. If you have a home with high ceilings If your home has tall ceilings, oftentimes heat rises and gets trapped all the way at the top, leaving you shivering at the ground level. A zoned HVAC system allows you to fix this problem by raising the room’s temperature more frequently, so heat can circulate more, making the room warmer overall. Creating a separate zone in a room with high ceilings means the temperature there can be comfortable, without making it too warm elsewhere in your home. If your home has picture windows, bay windows or large glass windows Sunlight can play a huge role in setting the temperature of a room. If you have any kind of large window, like picture windows, bay windows, or floor to ceiling windows, an increased amount of sunlight is likely […]

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Fall Maintenance Tips From Your Houston Qualified Trane Specialist

Fall Maintenance Tips From Your Houston Qualified Trane Specialist

November 3, 2022

Autumn Mechanical is a proud partner with Trane. Listed below are Fall Maintenance Tips From Your Houston Qualified Trane Specialist to keep your HVAC system in great working condition for years to come. If your HVAC system is not performing to your satisfaction, contact our team right away. As your Trane comfort specialist we will be able to provide you with the best repairs and service options for your system. Fall Home Maintenance Tip #1: Test your home’s indoor air quality (IAQ) It’s important to monitor your home’s air quality ahead of the colder months, especially if you have family members who are prone to allergies, asthma, or frequent colds. Improving your indoor air quality as flu season approaches can also help minimize the virus and help you and your loved ones stay healthy during the winter months. “If your seasonal allergies act up when you’re outdoors, there are some easy ways to reduce triggers such as pollens from entering your own home and ensuring you’re able to maintain a clean, comfortable environment when indoors,” Lee says. “That starts with testing your home’s indoor air quality to assess what airborne particles may be negatively affecting the air you’re breathing.” Fall Home Maintenance Tip #2: Check your home’s insulation While air leaks around doors and windows may be the most obvious escape route for heat, checking your home’s insulation is just as important. “If your attic or crawlspace isn’t properly insulated, your heating system has to work harder during the fall and winter months to keep your home at a consistently comfortable temperature,” Lee says. “The longer your system works, the more it costs you.” Homes built in the 1970s or earlier should be checked by an expert, as insulation quality has come a long way since then. Also, foam insulation […]

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