Top Rated Air Conditioning Repair, Heating & Plumbing Services in Harris County, TX
The Bradbury Family team are experts when it comes to Air Conditioning Repair, Heating services and providing local Plumber services for your home or business. Our family gives you our personal promise that we won’t be happy until you’re 100% satisfied! Our reputation is based on your 100% satisfaction, and we take that promise seriously. It’s a part of our company mission!
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For a certified Air Conditioning & Plumbing services in Spring, TX call us now at (281) 651-5484 for fast and friendly service.
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It costs about $350-$600 to fix a broken home air conditioner in Spring, TX. The price of the repair can vary due to:
- The type of repair
- The level of the repair
- The HVAC contractor’s hourly fee
Another thing that can cause the price to vary is if the repair requires replacement parts. A good way to prevent unexpected repairs is to get your air conditioner on a maintenance plan since regular maintenance enables you to spot issues before they become more severe. To get your home air conditioner repaired, call us today.
A new air conditioning unit usually costs around $3,000-$8,000 in Spring, TX. However, the cost may fluctuate depending on:
- The size of your home
- The type of air conditioning unit you want installed
- The cost to remove your old unit and install the new unit
Getting a new air conditioning unit can be expensive, but very worthwhile if your current unit is failing. An older and ineffective unit can cost you much more on repairs and energy costs each year. To learn more about getting a new air conditioning unit installed, contact us today.
Yes, you can call a plumber to fix a hot water heater in Spring, TX. Plumbers are the best contractors to call for your hot water heater issues, as they know the most about your hot water heater and how it functions. If you have an issue with the water lines, gas lines or the valves, a plumber will be able to address it. If the issue is with the power to your water heater, you may need to hire an electrician. Regardless of the issue you are experiencing with your hot water heater, we can help. At Bradbury Brothers Cooling, Heating, Plumbing & Electrical we specialize in plumbing and electrical. To get your hot water heater fixed, call us today!
To ensure your home electrical system operates effectively and efficiently in Spring, TX you should:
- Make sure your home’s wiring is updated
- Have each of your electrical outlets replaced with grounded outlets
- Make sure your electrical panel is powerful enough to support your appliances
- Have GFCI and AFCI outlets installed where they are necessary
One of the best ways to make sure all of your electrical systems are up to date is to have your electrical systems inspected by an electrician. To learn more about optimizing your electrical systems, give us a call today.
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Rusty - Spring, TX
Great attention to detail.
Lowell - Spring, TX
Our installers were excellent! Professional, friendly. Luis G, Luis M, and Daniel S. Were fantastic. During these COVID 19 times, they always had their masks on.
Great as Always!
Janine - Spring, TX
David - Spring, TX
Mike was professional and explained what he was doing. He went above and beyond helping me learn about and understand our plumbing.
Ron - Spring, TX
Marc is always great.
Rosemarie - Spring, TX
Knowledgeable and accommodating
Brian - Spring, TX
Jeremy was very knowledgeable and efficient in working with us. Made it very clear on our options and what would be best moving forward. He wasn’t pushy on the most expensive but on the most efficient and best one.
Bill - Spring, TX
John - Spring, TX
Jim did an excellent job installing the new wiring and wall switch for a new tankless water heater. He went through the finished installation with me afterward. Great service.
John - Spring, TX
Mark and his assistant installed a new Rinnai gas water heater at our home on 7/29. Jim, the electrician installed new wiring and a wall switch. They were all very professional and did excellent work. My wife and I are very pleased with our experience with Bradbury Brothers.
Came out and made a few repairs that we had given estimates for at the home inspection. We changed the cartridge out on the lavatory in the guest bath upstairs and we changed out the Toto fill valve on the right bathroom downstairs. Everything is tested for leaks and good to go the customer paid with credit card and no follow up needed.
AC Diagnostic System:main Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device-TXV VSAT/LSAT-47/110 SH/SC-14/8 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature -95 Filter Size(s)20x25x4 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes: primary line has a restriction causing the inline float switch to trip and cut off the unit. Could add blow out valve and attempt to clear the primary but I strongly Recommend replacement of the system being it is 10 yrs old and a lot of money has been put into it in the past. Robin agreed to have comfort advisor quote new system. Comfort advisor scheduled tomorrow between 9-10. Staticâ€™s-RP .05 /FR .52/FS .25 /SP .12TESP: .77
Follow Up Collect payment System- Master Bedroom Approx Age of System: 4yrs Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 118/361 SLT/LLT: 53/99 VSAT/LSAT- 39/109 Superheat/Subcool-10 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 97 Outdoor Fan FLA- .5 Compressor RLA/LRA- 6.7/31 Contactor Voltage-240/24 Capacitor Rating-35/5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 73 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 57 Supply Temp-50 Temperature Difference- 23 Required Difference- 16-20 Blower FLA- 2.8 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ Y (customer supplied) Blew out drain line: N Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes Unit was operational on arrival. Checked filters. Checked operating pressures and temperatures. Checked indoor and outdoor electrical. All other components showed no visible issues at this time. Cleaned dehumidifier filter. System- Upstairs Approx Age of System: 4yrs Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 133/379 SLT
As Per Agreement
Homeowner had us out today due to a kitchen sink stoppage. Ran sewer machine approximately 45 feet in clear the stoppage that was affecting the kitchen sink and laundry. Ran hot water for partially 10 minutes and watched it go through the clean out on the right side of the house. Everything is draining properly now. They go over the comfort club for HVAC and plumbing with homeowner she wants to talk to her husband. Also checked out the water heater the water heater is 16 years old. Gave estimate to either change out to a six-year warranty Rheem or a 10 year warranty Rheem.
Returned to install air scrubber and overflow that customer wanted to get installed into rental property. Installed air scrubber and overflow protection and blew out line and Flushed line set with a gallon of water. Customer told me to sign to process credit card put OTP for phone access.
We were out today to do our annual home inspection In the hall bath, sink is slow to drain. Recommend snaking the drain. In the utility room, customer concerned the sink is slow draining. Filled and drained sink multiple times, seems to be draining as it should. Did find a small leak on the nut attaching the drainage to the basket strainer. Customer decided to clear the drain and tighten the nut on the basket strainer. Ran hand top to clear sink. Fill and drained sink multiple times to check for leaks and functionality, everything is operating as it should. No warranty on drain cleaning. Nut attaching drainage to basket strainer was only on by one thread. Removed nut and the tubular extension. Cleaned threads on strainer and applied pipe dope. Hooked everything back up and checked for leaks, found none.
System- Upstairs Approx Age of System: 3yrs Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 123/31 SLT/LLT: 57/89 VSAT/LSAT- 41/99 Superheat/Subcool- 15/9 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-90 Outdoor Fan FLA- .9 Compressor RLA/LRA- 10.1/121 Contactor Voltage- 242/25 Capacitor Rating-45/5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-77 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 60 Supply Temp-59 Temperature Difference- 18 Required Difference- 16-20 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x30x1 Changed Filters â€“ Acceptable Blew out drain line: Y Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes- Unit was operational on arrival. Checked filters. Checked operating pressures and temperatures. Checked indoor and outdoor electrical. All other components showed no visible issues at this time. Recommend compressor saver-(to reduce amp and extend equipment life). System- Downstairs Approx Age of System: 12 Refrigerant Type- R22 Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 70/193 SLT/LLT: 6403/98 VSAT/L
Came out today to look at a few different issues for the customer. The customer mentioned a rattling sound in the wall when his washing machine ran so we gave him an estimate for some air arrestors to install on the washing machine valves. Also the flapper in the master toilet was leaking through so we gave a quote to change that. The customer also had a disposal for us to change out and while we were under there we investigated a bad odor, and after pulling the escussion loose and removing the material they had stuffed in the wall we got a scope in there and could not find anything. Also got a scope into the relief vent section and could not find any non-connected areas that would let sewer gas in the cabinet. We resealed the plug that didnâ€™t look like it was properly sealed and we ended up bypassing the airgap. For now the smell seem to have dissipated but the customer will let us know if it returns and we can have Woodlands restoration go out and check for mold or they can pay for
Arrived to install hall tub and shower trim on moen positemp valve, a So install drain trim. Install customer 3 lavatory popup assemblies and tested for leaks. Install new angle stops for kitchen faucet in order to connect customer faucet. Went to straighten tubular drain and pipe came apart from wall pipe. Replaced necessary drain fittings and ptrap to fix, tested for leaks and operation.
System- upstairs Approx Age of System: 8 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 132/300 SLT/LLT: 61/91 VSAT/LSAT- 46/95 Superheat/Subcool- 20/6 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-82 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.1 Compressor RLA/LRA-10.8/127 Contactor Voltage-240 Capacitor Rating-45/5 actual 45/5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-72 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 63 Supply Temp- 57 Temperature Difference- 15 Required Difference-15-20 Blower FLA- 7.1 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ N Customer will Blew out drain line: N No blow out valve Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes- Scheduled next tune up date: System- downstairs Approx Age of System: 8 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 116/291 SLT/LLT: 62/86 VSAT/LSAT-44/93 Superheat/Subcool-28/7 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-82 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.3 Compressor RLA/LRA-16.4/144 Contactor Voltage-242 Capacitor Rating-70/10 actual 70/10 Indoor R
Homeowner had us out today due to the grill not starting up and also the fire pit not working. Advised homeowner to have one of the patio companies come out to take a look at the fire pit as per Shane. Turn the gas on the fire pit and grill is working properly. Checked around for any gas leaks and found none. Also talk to homeowner about the 12 year old water heaters.Found both T&P valves not working. Also found the vent on the right not sitting properly on the Water heater. Could possibly cause carbon monoxide in the attic. Advised homeowner. They just wanted some estimates.
System- Approx Age of System: 2yrs Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 133/289 SLT/LLT: 56/86 VSAT/LSAT- 46/93 Superheat/Subcool- 46/73 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 84 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.0 Compressor RLA/LRA- 12.1/149 Contactor Voltage- 243/25 Capacitor Rating- 68.00/7.33 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 75 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 59 Supply Temp-57 Temperature Difference- 18 Required Difference- 20-16 Blower FLA- 9.4 Filter Sizes â€“ No Access Changed Filters â€“ No Access Blew out drain line: N (no blowout valve) Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes- Unit was operational on arrival. Checked operating pressures and temperatures. Checked indoor and outdoor electrical. Condenser LRA is over rating of 134a. Unit has no overflow protection. All other components showed no visible issues at this time. Recommend compressor saver-(to reduce amp and extend equipment life), Overflow protection package-(to protect c
Came out today to perform a QAC on James his work. Everything look good. Did find one toilet that had a sticking handle. Homeowner authorize me to change the handle out. Everything else is good.
AC Diagnostic System: Upstairs Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device- TXV SP/HP 268/268 SLT/LLT VSAT/LSAT SH/SC Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 95 Filter Size(s) 20x30x1 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes: Upstairs system not cooling. Found the capacitor failed. The refrigerant pressures were standing at 268 which is not bad but only way to tell for sure where the pressures are at is to get the system running. Mrs Yamani approved replacement of the capacitor. After getting the system running I found the refrigerant pressures low and recorded the following. System: Upstairs Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device- TXV SP/HP 88/303 SLT/LLT 92/95 VSAT/LSAT 25/96 SH/SC 66/0.6 Found the leak with a leak detector at the condenser coil. Gave the new information to Mrs Yamani and explained we can add refrigerant but that doesnâ€™t solve the problem just pushes it down the road. Or we can install a new condenser. She opted to get an estima
Came back out today to install American standard aqua seal stems for upstairs daughters bathroom. Installed a new cartridges and they did not work. Still leaking on the hot side. Took out several times and tried over and over again. Kept leaking. Talk to homeowner they are going to buy a new faucet. Gave them estimate to change out homeowner provided faucet plus changing out the angle stops and supply tubes. Homeowner accepted and return is scheduled for August 5th, 8-10 AM.
AC Diagnostic System: Upstairs Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device-TXV SP/HP 123/340 SLT/LLT 86/104 VSAT/LSAT 42/104 SH/SC 44/0 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 100 Filter Size(s) 16x25x4 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes: Customer said that when she was out walking her dogs that she could hear a clanking noise coming from her older a/c unit. On arrival unit was operational. Checked condenser. Found condenser fan motor wires were being sucked into condenser fan blades. Secured wires. Checked operating temperatures and pressures. Unit is under charged. Added 3lbs of 410a (VSAT/LSAT- 55/112 SH/SC-13/3). Due to age and refrigerant leak I recommend considering replacement options. RP .13 /FR .45/FS .47 /SP .16 /TESP .92
Returned to complete recommendations from Henryâ€™s tuneup visit. Also noticed organic growth in both supply plenums, recommending adding air scrubbers to kill off organic growth, help prevent further buildup, as well as increase air quality. Completed requested work, Blower Motor capacitor , warranty capacitor, 2 compressor savers, in-line shut off switch,2 minor condenser coil cleanings and 2 air scrubbers. Upon completion of work, system is operating and cooling properly.
Homeowner has back out today to install Four Kohler elongated toilets and make some repairs to the two water heaters in the attic. Also had to change one hose bib. Changed out all four toilets and tested everything is working properly. On the water heaters changed out the emergency shut off valve, both T&P valves, Also flushed both water heaters. Everything is up and running as it should be. Also Cut out compression male adaptors and soldered on four male adaptors.
Checked heaters in attic. Both were on and not having any issues. They just had a inspection done and itâ€™s possible the inspector could of turned them down. Let home owner know they can turn them up but I cannot . Heaters are in good shape and have no leaks or issues
System- single Approx Age of System: 11 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 117/359 SLT/LLT: 55/106 VSAT/LSAT- 39/108 Superheat/Subcool- 15/1 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 93 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.1 Compressor RLA/LRA- 12.6/128.2 (117) Contactor Voltage- 243 Capacitor Rating-70/10 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 71 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 64 Supply Temp- 55 Temperature Difference-16 Required Difference- 15 Blower FLA- 5.8 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x30x1 Changed Filters â€“ N Blew out drain line: N Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes- performed ac tuneup. System was operational upon arrival. Found compressor over amping on startup. Condenser coil is deteriorating. System was low on r410a.
Checked fill valve In Restroom. Was set and not having any issues
Arrived to the Auten property to replace existing plugs with tamperproof plugs. At this time I see no reason to do a follow up call.
System- Approx Age of System: 6yrs Refrigerant Type-R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 146/346 SLT/LLT: 61/99 VSAT/LSAT- 50/104 Superheat/Subcool-9/5 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-95 Outdoor Fan FLA- .7 Compressor RLA/LRA- 11.1/38 Contactor Voltage-244/26 Capacitor Rating- 44.00/4.95 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-79 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 59 Supply Temp-60 Temperature Difference- 19 Required Difference- 16-20 Filter Sizes â€“ Mechanical Media Air Changed Filters â€“ Acceptable Blew out drain line: Y Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes- Unit was operational on arrival. Checked filters. Checked operating pressures and temperatures. Checked indoor and outdoor electrical. All other components showed no visible issues at this time. Recommend UV coil treatment-(to prevent organic growth, improve air quality, and maintain efficiency)
System-DS Approx Age of System: 5 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:117.5/329.7 SLT/LLT:56.1/90.3 VSAT/LSAT- 39.5/102.6 Superheat/Subcool-16.7/12.4 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-92 Outdoor Fan FLA- R 1 A.88 Compressor RLA/LRA- R21.1/104 A12.5/99.3 Contactor Voltage-239/26 Capacitor Rating-30.7.5 A32/6.7 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-75.2 Return Wet Bulb Temp-65.8 Supply Temp- 54.9 Temperature Difference-20.3 Required Difference-15-21 Blower FLA- 8.3 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ N Customer will change Blew out drain line: Y Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes-Arrived on site met with customer performed AC tuneup, found the system did not have blowout valve or in line switch. System is operating within specifications. Rinsed condenser coil and installed blowout valve and inline safety switch. Scheduled next tune up date: System-US Approx Age of System: 5 Refrigerant Type- R410
Came back out today to make repairs to waterlines in the dining room kitchen area. Then we turned the water back on we tested everything out and found no other leaks. Everything is working properly.
System- Approx Age of System: 12yrs Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 120/288 SLT/LLT: 69/92 VSAT/LSAT- 40/92 Superheat/Subcool- 28/0 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 90 Outdoor Fan FLA- .9 Compressor RLA/LRA- 9.0/89 Contactor Voltage-240/25 Capacitor Rating-43.78/4.95 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 73 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 60 Supply Temp- 53 Temperature Difference- 20 Required Difference- 16-20 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x30x1 Changed Filters â€“ Acceptable Blew out drain line: N (no blowout valve) Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes- Unit was operational on arrival. Checked filters. Checked operating pressures and temperatures. Checked indoor and outdoor electrical. Superheat is high and subcooling is low. Blower motor capacitor is bad rated for 7.5mfd and operating at 6.80nfd. Condenser LRA is over rating of 79a. Organic growth is in supply plenum. All other components showed no visible issues at this time
Master shower on the left side was constantly dripping. Showed home owner the cost to repair seats and springs in the cartridge. He accepted the estimate and we replaced the seats and springs. It was working and had no issues . If problem does come back, we will need to replace the cartridge.
Arrived on site and met with customer. Checked thermostats and the filter reminder was set to 3 months, I changed them to 6 months. Checked filters, changed 2 of 3. Filters were supplied by customer
As Per Agreement
As Per Agreement
Called out because there was water coming through the ceiling. Mr Aguilar said heâ€™s had this problem with the old unit, and he installed this one about a year ago and he still has the problem. The drain line is clear, the coil is level and the primary drain pan has a factory pitch away from the supply plenum back towards the coil. The water is dripping from about a foot past the coil at a joint in the trunk line. Water appears to getting blown past primary pan by the air flow. Checked the static pressure and the blower speed. TESP is 0.98 and the blower has been turned down to medium, which is 1140 CFM at current staticâ€™s. Canâ€™t slow the blower any more as the CFM is already too low 4 ton unit should have 1600 CFM ideally, or a minimum of 1400 CFM. Recommended additional return as the chase does not provide as much air as the system needs and adding Supplies because once we lower return staticâ€™s then the supply staticâ€™s are likely to go up. Advised thatâ€™s the best we can do
Arrived to the Shubin residence to give them an estimate on running power to their new hot tub. I Showed them the estimate which they approved. I completed the work the same day and at this point I do not see a reason to follow up call. They are needing other work done which I will get with my team leader Thursday morning.
Came out today because homeowner was having a leak coming from the upstairs. I had to cut a couple holes and found where the P-trap that the AC condensation drain is draining into had a nail hole in it. Had to cut P-trap and sanitary tee out and replace. Everything is working properly there is no more leaks. Advised homeowner before I cut the holes that we do not make repairs on sheet rock.
Customer had us out today for a p trap coming apart. Found the p trap hooked up backwards due to high rough in on drain arm. Quoted to move Tee down. Cut wall and old tee out. Moved tee down about 2 1/2â€ and installed new tubular p trap. Dropped disposal to run dishwasher discharge line through disposal. Reinstalled disposal. Filled and drained both sinks multiple times to check for leaks and functionality, everything is operating as it should. Customer also asked us to look at the shower in her room to see if it was leaks. Removed access panel and looked at valve, tub spout and shower riser. Found no leaks. Caulking is old and missing from both the trim plate and tub spout. Also saw signs of water leaking where tub meets the surround. Customer is going to have the tile replaced and would like for us to install a new valve when this occurs. We will need to follow up with the customer because sh3 wants us to provide the valve and trim. We will also need to schedule a QA