Brownsville, Texas, AC Repair, Installation & Maintenance
Offering both residential and commercial services, OC Appliance Repair Company can replace, repair or install a new home or commercial air conditioner for you. We pride ourselves on doing exceptional work and want to be your first choice for emergency air conditioner repairs, regular service maintenance for your home and business. We service all makes and models of AC units.
We offer the following AC Repair Services for Brownsville, Texas:
- AC Repair
- AC Servicing
- AC Maintenance
- Duct-Free Systems
- Whole Home Systems
- Installation of Programmable “Smart” Thermostats
- …and more. See all AC Repair Services offered
Call us today! (956) 212-2970 OR (956) 631-0908
AC Repair and Maintenance Tip
The average lifespan of a central air conditioner is between 15 and 20 years. To ensure you get the maximum lifespan out of your unit, be sure to perform annual and regular maintenance to your unit.
About Brownsville, Texas
Located at the southernmost tip of Texas, on the U.S.— Mexico border, Brownsville is a major economic hub for trade. The Port of Brownsville receives shipments from parts of the U.S., Mexico and from around the world.
Historically, Brownsville is the site of several major battles and events in the Texas Revolution, the Mexican–American War, and the American Civil War. Nearby is the Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park. In addition to the grounds, it contains a visitor center which houses exhibits about the battle and the Mexican-American War. The Palmito Ranch Battlefield contains several markers commemorating the last land battle of the Civil War.
For nature lovers, nearby Resaca de la Palma State Park is one of nine sites that make up the World Birding Center. It houses one of the largest tracts of native habit in the network. The 1,200 acre park contains four observation decks that overlook the resacas which are abandoned coils of river bed which create ponds when full. The resacas help create a rich birding environment and attract birds to the overlooks.