Harlingen, Texas, AC Repair

Harlingen, 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. Our highly-trained and experienced technicians can provide you with emergency air conditioner repairs and regular service maintenance for your home or business. We service all makes and models of AC units.

We offer the following AC Services for Harlingen, 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) 271-4144

AC Repair and Maintenance Tip

Regularly clean or replace your air filters. A clogged or dirty air filter can place a strain on the system and reduce or block air flow from your unit.

About Harlingen, Texas

Harlingen, often misspelled as “Harlington”, is located in Cameron County in the heart of the Rio Grande Valley of southern Texas. Covering more than 40 square miles, Harlingen is the second largest city in Cameron County and the sixth largest city in the Rio Grande Valley.

With a daily mean temperature of 73F, Harlingen has a great “Winter Texan” population, which consists of retirees from colder regions who come to live in the area from November to March. Because of this vast population, the Harlingen area is known for its recreational activities and is home to many parks and golf courses for locals and tourists to enjoy.

Top attractions for the area include the Iwo Jima Memorial Monument, Harlingen Arts and Heritage Museum and the Children’s Museum of Brownsville. For greyhound racing enthusiasts, Valley Race Park has live greyhound racing from December to April.

For nature lovers, the area has the Hugh Ramsey Nature Park which contains the Harlingen Arroyo Colorado – gateway to the World Birding Center network ,and the Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge. The park is planning to add a new 7,000 square ft. visitors center with an observation tower and enclosed viewing areas.