Air Conditioning & Heating Services of Segovians Company
One of the keys to a successful business operation in Segovians Company HVACR is good customer relations.
Our technicians know that it is essential to always be courteous when dealing with customers, even when things are not going well.
We treat the customer’s needs as an emergency situation. In the eyes and mind of the customer, it is an emergency.
The climate of Houston is classified as humid subtropical climate, with tropical influences. August normally ranks as the warmest month at 94.5 °F (34.7 °C) and January the coldest month at 42.2 °F (5.7 °C).
In our city and its surroundings, the summertime brings unbearably hot temperatures, making your home a place of refuge and comfort. Of course, if your air conditioner stops working, your home may become even hotter than the weather outside.
Our company slogan “Be Well, To Live a Better Life”, we make this slogan come true when our clients call us for an air conditioning technical service and we strive to serve them effectively, efficiently and with quality throughout the process.
When you need work done on your cooling or heating system in Houston, TX, you can trust the professional HVACR contractors from Segovians Company for HVAC services. We’re a fully licensed and insured HVACR company with more than 8 years of experience in the HVAC industry.
Below are the HVACR Services we offer to Central Air Conditioning System:
Central air conditioning refers to a centrally located system that is capable of providing heating, cooling, humidity control, ventilation, and air cleaning to multiple spaces.
Generally, large air- conditioning evaporators use a thermostatic expansion valve as the metering device. Some installations use several such valves on one large evaporator to get maximum efficiency. Self- contained systems -especially hermetic systems -may use a capillary tube metering device.
Split System: In a split system, the condensing unit is located away from the evaporator. Many systems use evaporators with aluminum fins mechanically bonded to copper tubing. Other condensers and /or evaporators are built with aluminum spines fastened to aluminum tubing to reduce corrosion. Plastic grilles are often used on the condensing unit to avoid corrosion problems.
Rooftop and Outdoor Units: Rooftop units (RIM) are packaged air- conditioning systems designed specifically to be installed on the roof of a building. Rooftop units for heating and cooling were first developed for flat- roofed commercial structures. Such structures include supermarkets and office buildings. The systems are economical because they are factory -assembled and tested. They are also easily installed once hoisted to the site.
Chilled Water: Chilled water systems, commonly referred to as chillers, are cooling systems that use a loop of chilled water instead of forced air to provide cooling to a conditioned area. In a chiller system, a traditional refrigeration system is used to cool water. That cold water is then circulated through the building to provide cooling to the occupied spaces. Chillers are primarily used in commercial and industrial applications and can range from 20 -ton to 2000 -ton capacity.
Within this range of products, Segovians Company provides residential technical services to installations & replacement in the following: Air Handler, Evaporator Coil, Gas Furnace, Heater Electrical, Single Packaged Units, and Split System, Heat Pump Systems, ductless mini-splits.