JD's A/C LLC
117 Avenue B
Longview, TX 75604
Business Hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm
Evening and Weekends Available by Appointment
Need a Service Call or New System Installation?
We want to make it affordable and easy to have your HVAC equipment serviced or repaired. Should you need a new AC installation or a new heater, we’ll work with you to stay within your budget.
Our knowledgeable staff is ready with the latest information about programs that you can take advantage of to save you money on new heating and cooling equipment for your home.
Call us today to discuss our flexible financing options. Keep your system running in tip-top condition and stay cool and comfortable all year long.
Be sure to print out our Internet coupons where you can find money-saving discounts on products and services.
Call Us: 903-374-4012
24 Hour Service
Our friendly technicians are available 24 hours a day for your emergency service needs. Simply give JD's A/C LLC a call, day or night, and let one of our technicians help you with your problem. We are always here to assist you.
Invest in Energy Efficiency and Boost Your Texas Home Value
Now that it's cooler, it's a good time to invest in energy efficiency for your home that's likely to improve your home's value. According to the U.S. EPA, each dollar you put into energy improvements increases your home's value by $20. That's a remarkable return on investment, hard to achieve with any other home improvement that gives you a direct benefit as well. These recommendations can guide you through the process:
- Have an energy audit. Professional energy auditors and HVAC contractors can help with this project by conducting a blower door test, combined with thermal imaging to pinpoint the problem areas.
- If a professional audit isn't possible, you can invest in energy efficiency by doing an audit yourself. Look carefully around the window and exterior door frames. The attic can be a source of air leaks as well, especially if your home has recessed lights that protrude into the attic. You can find the air leaks by:
- Closing all the windows and exterior doors, opening interior doors and turning on the exhaust fans in the kitchen and bathrooms.
- Walking through each room in your home with a lighted candle or burning incense stick and noting where the flame or smoke wavers, which indicates air leaks.
- Measuring the amount of insulation in the attic. The Department of Energy recommends at least 10 inches for the best thermal protection. As you inspect the attic, look for light around the vent pipes and flues leaving the attic, and note their locations.
For assistance as you invest in energy efficiency in the Longview area, contact the experts at JD's A/C today.