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At Evergreen Heating and Cooling, our team has spent years accumulating invaluable hands-on experience and cultivating a wealth of industry knowledge, earning us the green thumb for all things HVAC. And now, we are sharing our expertise with you. So from air conditioning tips to heating tricks to expert home advice, you can harvest all of the industry knowledge you need by digging through our blog.

So go ahead and flourish into an HVAC expert, too—one blog post at a time.

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Sweating over the cost of a furnace repair? In Central Texas, you could pay anywhere from $120 to $1,400+....

18 October / No comments

Looking for heat pump prices? We’ll give it to you straight:  Right here in the great state of Texas,...

26 September / No comments

The price of a heat pump repairin the Lone Star state averages out to about $255. But sure’nuff, you’re...

29 August / No comments

The cost to repair an air conditioner in the Texas area ranges anywhere from $100 to over $1,000. We...

5 August / No comments

When it comes to cooling, a heat pump and air conditioner are the same thing.  The difference is that...

9 July / No comments

The cost of an AC installation in Texas averages around $6,000. But some homeowners pay as little as $3,000...

23 January / No comments

Brian Peters is currently the Chief Encouragement Officer at Evergreen Heating and Cooling. He loves telling stories, making people...

26 December / No comments

Okay, so my momma doesn’t really say “life is like owning an Air Conditioning business in Texas”, but you...

24 December / No comments

Reason #1 – That guy in the picture will make sure you are 100% happy and satisfied with your...

17 December / No comments

“Help! My furnace won’t turn on!” It’s a call we get all too often in the winter. However, sometimes...

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