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Do I need central air in Houston?

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Houston is a hot and humid city, and central air may be necessary if you live there. Temperatures can reach well into the 90s (and even the 100s), and the humidity can be oppressive.

Households with very young children, elderly persons or people with certain medical conditions should strongly consider installing central air. Central air may also help prevent mold growth in homes by removing humidity from the air.

Contact Houston's best HVAC pros to get free estimates and start planning your central air installation project today.

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