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Why ACU Air?

Locally owned and operated, ACU Air Heating and Air Conditioning has been serving The Woodlands - Conroe area since 1998. We pride ourselves on our reliable, honest service. Our skilled technicians will arrive on-time and get the job done right. We inspect, service, and repair all major brands. If your air conditioner or heater is not working properly, we will troubleshoot it, identify the problem, and explain your options. We will not push you to purchase new equipment when your existing equipment can be repaired. Should there come a day that your equipment does need to be replaced, we will help you select the brand and the model which best meets your needs and we will install it ourselves. We do not farm out installations to sub-contractors.

ACU Air Heating and Air Conditioning is fully licensed and insured and all of our technicians are EPA certified. Given our friendly customer service and the quality of our work, it's little wonder that most of our business comes from customer referrals. Give us a call today. You'll be glad you did.

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In 1881 naval engineers constructed an air conditioner consisting of a fan blowing air across box of cloths saturated with ice water. It lowered the temperature of a room by 20 degrees. The catch? It consumed half a million pounds of ice in two months time. (Source: Jones Jr., Malcolm. "Air Conditioning". Newsweek. Winter 1997 v130)

The San Antonio Public Library's air conditioning system produces one gallon of condensation per minute during the summer months. The library recovers and uses this water to irrigate its garden.

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