Mr.Chill Heating and Air, Inc

Tomball, TX

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About this pro

How does your service stand out?

We do Air conditioning and Heating and Electrical. A rated with BBB and a solid Angie's List Service Company. Member of TACCA. Licensed and insured. BPI Certified.

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

I enjoy meeting new people, a lot of my customers are now great friends.

Location

Tomball, TX 77375

Years in business

6

Number of employees

27

Times hired on Thumbtack

2

Reviews

6 Reviews
  • Adewale I. Apr 16, 2017
    Central Air Conditioning Maintenance
    Verified Review
    Excellent work and professional experience. Guz was very helpful in working out the exact issue and provide a range of solutions to fit exactly what I wanted. Results has been more than I expected! Thanks Paul and Guz! I plan on retaining them for my annual AC service to ensure that this does not happen to me again! Great Job guys!
  • Mark N. Mar 27, 2017
    Central Air Conditioning Maintenance
    Verified Review
    Fast and Professional
    Wanted an inspection to learn what was wrong with my AC unit. Mr. Chill provided great details of exactly what was wrong and gave me a fair price.
    Paul H. Mar 27, 2017

    Thanks Mark. Hope we can do business I. The future. You have my direct number, call anytime. Thanks

  • Carrie Lee B. Mar 19, 2017
    Best AC service available!
    Prompt and extremely efficient service!!! Summer is never hot at our house!!
  • Pam B. Mar 19, 2017
    Excellent job!
    Mr Chill gives a fair price with an excellent job experience. They are easy to work with, get the job done quickly and efficiently. They are my go to air conditioning company!
  • Ruth R. Mar 19, 2017
    A.c. repair
    Mr Chill does exceptional work plus the fact that he is a true gentleman. Can ask for more than that.
  • David D. Mar 18, 2017
    Excellent service
    Awesome service. Arrived on time as scheduled. Found the problem and fixed it with minimal cost. Highly recommend.

Q&A

What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
We love to meet and sit and chat to see what their needs are in choosing a system or servicing their system. We offer many options to choose from and I think we are priced fairly.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
My guys and I have numerous certifications from American Standard, Trane, Mitsubishi, Coleman, Nordyne and Revolv. I have 5 state licensed techs and 16 technicians licensed techs. I have 34 yrs experience in HVAC and also BPI certified for duct leakage and infiltration.
Do you have a standard pricing system for your service? If so, please share the details here.
We have specials through out the year. Our pricing is comparable to everyone else's.
How did you get started doing this type of work?
It was a long time ago. I decided college wasn't for me so I choose a "necessity". I didn't have central air until I was a senior in high school 1977. I decided in 1983 to pursue this trade after working in a factory for a few years.
What types of customers have you worked with?
We work with mostly residential customers. We do some commercial with. It pick and choose them in a case by case basis.
Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?
We installed a 20 seer American Standard heat pump system in my own house. Did it in 1 day. Installed to see how good it works. It's amazing but pricey. We've put a few more in and I like the way the work.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
Probably the most important advice is make sure the company you hire is licensed and insured. Also check for Workmens Comp. most companies don't carry it. If the company you hire is not insured you don't have to pay them for the job.
What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?
No 1. Make sure your contractor is following all the rules. No 2. Show license and insurance and verify workers comp. No 3. Check their license number, the higher the number the less experienced they have. I saw a licens today that was 78988. Mine is 17728. That's a big difference.