Air Conditioner Repair & Installation for Local Liberty City, TX
JD’s A/C: Using Our Skills to Ensure Your Family’s Indoor Comfort
At JD’s A/C, we provide skillful troubleshooting, diagnosis and repair of your HVAC equipment, along with regular routine maintenance to keep your system functioning efficiently. If your current system is an older model and your equipment is no longer capable of optimal functioning, you may require new AC heating and air technology. In that case, our knowledgeable consultants will guide you in making the most appropriate choice. Once you’ve made your selection, our experienced technicians will provide first-rate installation service, getting your new HVAC system in and functioning quickly and efficiently so you can begin enjoying renewed comfort right away. We look forward to serving you and showing you the difference a company that cares about your comfort can make.
About Liberty City
Liberty City, Texas is located on State Highway 135 and Road 1252, about one mile north of Interstate Highway 20 in Gregg County, TX. The city covers an area just under four square miles in size, and its elevation is 393 feet above sea level. As of 2010, Liberty City, TX boasted a population of 2,351.
Liberty City enjoys a median household income which is above the state average and an unemployment percentage that is significantly below the state average, making it one of the more desirable parts of Texas in the areas of employment and quality of life.
Originally built before the Civil War, Liberty City, TX went by various names in its early days. Different parts of the early extended community were named Mt. Mariah, McCary’s Chapel, and Goforth at various times. The local post office was eventually named Hog Eye, a name that remained until the oil boom of the early 1930s, when the town was renamed Liberty City. The town finally incorporated in 1982.
Liberty City, TX is within driving distance of four colleges: Kilgore College (about seven miles away in Kilgore), LeTourneau University (about 13 miles away in Longview), The University of Texas at Tyler (about 21 miles away in Tyler), and Tyler Junior College (about 22 miles away, also in Tyler). Other nearby colleges include Trinity Valley Community College (about 57 miles away in Athens) and Stephen F. Austin State University (about 61 miles away in Nacogdoches). Kilgore features events such as art shows and other local celebrations, and LeTourneau hosts a number of concerts and stage musicals at various times. Be sure to check the schools’ websites while you’re in the area.
Nearby museums include Gregg County Historical Museum R.G. LeTourneau Museum and Archives, and Heritage Plaza, all in Longview. The Smith County Historical Society Museum & Archives, housed in the Carnegie History Center in Tyler, is another historical attraction within driving distance of Liberty City, TX.
You’ll also find a variety of parks, golf courses, recreation centers, swimming pools, and bowling alleys throughout the greater Longview area – all of which can be easily accessed from Liberty City. Check local listings for these locations.
The climate of Liberty City is humid subtropical, bringing hot, humid summers and mild winters. Average minimum temperatures rarely drop below the mid-40s, even in winter, with summertime weather bringing comfortable lows in the mid-70s. August highs typically reach the low 90s – a lower maximum temperature by several degrees than that typically experienced in many other parts of the region. Precipitation typically reaches its maximum level in July, with an average rainfall of about 10 inches, which equals about one-sixth of the city’s annual total of 61 inches. For those who dislike the heat or rain, October is a great time to visit Liberty City, TX.