We Make Life Comfortable

Innovative Air Solutions is here to help you and your family stay comfortable

We Make Life Comfortable

Innovative Air Solutions is here to help you and your family stay comfortable

Your Comfort Is Our Business

Your Comfort Is Our Business

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Repair in Orange, TX 77631

“Eloy has been to our house several times & he is always courteous, polite, and knowledgeable. He is more than willing to fix whatever is a concern to us.”
- Connie S.

Zone Control System Repair in Bridge City, TX 77611

“Very knowledgeable and professional. Punctual and courteous! Impressed!”

- Sandra F.

Air Conditioner Repair in Orange, TX 77627

“Very impressed by Eloy's professionalism and neatness. He explained everything he did & how it can be remedied. We have always had exceptional service with Innovative Air Solutions.”

- Rebekah S.

Our Service Area

Innovative Air Solutions is proud to service Orange County and surrounding counties throughout Southeast Texas.

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Video – Why Is My HVAC Unit Making Unusual Noises?

If you hear any unusual noise coming from your HVAC unit, please turn it off and call us at 409.883.9616. Don’t attempt any kind of repair without consulting an HVAC certified technician first.

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Why Do I Need AC Maintenance Now?

An air conditioner (AC), just like a car, needs regular maintenance and service to run efficiently. At Innovative Air Solutions, we recommend getting your air conditioning unit serviced and cleaned at least once a year. The optimum time is in the spring to ensure your system will run with the most efficiency during the hottest summer months. You need to be able to rely on your air conditioner for your comfort here in Bridge City.

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house with hvac unit outside, Video - What Is a Heat Pump?

Video – What Is a Heat Pump?

A heat pump is a device that transfers heat from one place to another, from inside your home to outside or from outside to inside. In the winter a heat pump works like a heater, extracting heat energy from outside and transferring it inside. In the summer the process reverses and it will remove heat from your home and transfer it outside similar to an air conditioner.

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