Get the Best Modular Home HVAC Services
Modular homes are growing in popularity in Texas, particularly in fast-growing metro areas like Houston, TX. However, modular homes may demand a customized approach to air conditioning and heating.
Whether you have a new build in need of heating and cooling, an existing home with a struggling HVAC system, or a fully functioning unit that requires simple maintenance, Mr. Chill Heating & Air, Inc. is here for you. Give us a shout today, to schedule modular home HVAC service for your unit!
Repair, Replacement, and Installation
No matter the kind of A/C you have, regular maintenance and repairs are essential. That’s what Mr. Chill Heating & Air, Inc. is here to do. We want to help you keep your home comfortable all year long, which is why we’re available to perform maintenance on your schedule. We’re highly experienced in HVAC units of all shapes and sizes. From central air conditioning to a new ductless system, we’re always here to help. Our services include:
- Parts repairs and replacements
- Annual maintenance and inspections
- Unit replacement and installation
- Residential sales and service
Whatever you need, we’re always just a phone call away. Call now for your free estimate!
Modular Home A/C Options
In your modular home, there are plenty of ways to approach air conditioning. At Mr. Chill Heating & Air, Inc., we can help you evaluate your choices and make a decision that’s right for your budget, energy usage, and temperature needs.
Window Air Conditioners
Window air conditioners are an easy and effective choice for small properties. However, they are often inefficient at cooling, requiring multiple units to target the living spaces in your home. This can create an expense on par with a central unit without the whole-home benefits most homeowners know and love.
Split A/C Units
Split (or mini-split) A/C units keep part of an HVAC system outside the house and part of the unit inside the house. The condenser unit sits outside the property, while the air handler sits inside. These units accommodate both heating and cooling capabilities and target the main living spaces in your home.
Central Air Units
Central air units are often the most popular cooling units and distribute air throughout the home through ductwork. These systems tend to be effective and efficient, and they cool a whole house with moderate energy usage. Many new central units are SEER-certified as well, keeping your bills low all year long.
A room-specific alternative to window air conditioners, ductless units operate without the need for ductwork. With installation possible on any exterior wall, ductless units cool large spaces easily, but multiple units may be required throughout your home to maintain all living areas.