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Texas Tough
Air conditioning and heating service

Is Your Heating and Air System "Texas Tough?"

American Air's "Texas Tough" annual maintenance program will make sure that your heating and air conditioning system is running efficiently year round.  Our trained technicians will come out once in the Spring and once in the Fall to give your system a thorough inspection.  


Texas Tough Benefits Include:

  • Preferential service.

  • 20% discount on all service parts.

  • Extended equipment life.

  • Lower utility bills.

  • Maximum system efficiency.

  • Maximum system capacity.

  • 24-hour emergency service calls.

Here's how the American Air Texas Tough maintenance program works.


A qualified service technician, who is trained to make your heating and air conditioning system operate as efficiently and economically as possible, will perform your specialized service.  The inspection will be scheduled for spring/summer season and fall/winter season, during normal business hours, so that we your heating and air system will operate at the maximum efficiency.


  • Lubricate evaporator blower motor and condenser fan motor per manufacturer’s recommendations.

  • Check thermostat calibration.

  • Inspect ductwork for air leaks (where accessible).


Air Conditioning


  • Clean condenser coil (wash with water only).

  • Blow out condensate drain line.

  • Apply environmental sealant (depending on condition of paint).

  • Test safety controls.

  • Test compressor and motors for proper voltage and amperage.

  • Check condensing unit temperature differential.

  • Check filter condition.

  • Check evaporator temperature differential.

  • Visually inspect evaporator and drain pan where accessible.




  • Check filter condition.

  • Check heat exchanger.

  • Test safety controls.

  • Check and adjust burners.

  • Check for proper combustion air.

  • Check flue pipe where accessible.

  • Test furnace temperature differential.

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