Forth Worth Air Conditioning Repair Installation

Cowtown residents know a lot about stockyards. You also know that air conditioning is essential in Texas! We at A#1 Air are happy to help you with air conditioning repair and installation in Fort Worth, quickly and economically.

From the Fort Worth Stockyards to The Kimball Art Museum, after a day out and about in Cowtown, you deserve to head home to a cool, safe environment where you can kick back and relax. The last thing you want to deal with is a malfunctioning air conditioner system. But no worries.

A/C System Repairs

If you need your air conditioning fixed at any time of the day or night, give us a call. We’re always here, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year for your cooling needs. Whether you need routine A/C maintenance on your air conditioning unit, an emergency repair, or even a new installation, we provide fast and friendly service from our highly-trained technicians.

Our technicians are also fully certified. Before they step into your house, they’re Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Certified and Air Conditioning Repair (ACR) Certified. Many of our senior technicians are North American Technician Excellence (NATE) Certified as well. They also attend bi-weekly training at our own in-house training center to make sure that they are fully skilled and equipped with knowledge of the latest technologies, procedures, and more.

Not only are we on top of the latest developments, we also understand the need for safety and security when sending technicians into your home. That’s why all of our technicians go through an extensive background check and also must pass a drug screening before we even hire them, and send them out to your home.

For over 25 years, we’ve delivered comfort on a promise.  Guaranteed Right, Day or Night! From air conditioning & heating, to plumbing and electric, we stand behind our promise with our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

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