M E Brown is proud to provide the home and business owners of Houston with solutions to all of their HVAC needs.
There comes a time with every furnace when it either needs a repair, maintenance, or even a replacement. When that time comes, M E Brown is here. Our experienced technicians know when your furnace isn’t working the way it’s supposed to be, your lifestyle is affected. You want, and need, to be comfortable in your home––and we want you to be.
When your furnace starts making a strange noise or you only have cold air blowing through your vents, a call to us is in order. We will come out promptly to diagnose the issue, no matter if it’s in the middle of the week or on the weekend. Our knowledgeable experts will repair your furnace on the spot and get your life back to normal for you.
If a repair isn’t enough to get your furnace up and running, it may be time for a new one. Or you may already be in the market for a replacement. In either case, we can help you choose the best furnace for your Houston, TX, home’s optimum comfort and budget. Our technicians work with many makes and models on a regular basis, so they will always present more than one option to you, allowing you to choose the most fitting furnace for your home and budget.
To keep your current furnace, or your new one, in good health, regularly scheduled maintenance is the best plan. Regular checkups and cleanings will ensure your HVAC system is efficient and reliable, assuring your home is warm when you want it to be. Maintenance also boosts energy efficiency, thereby giving you cost savings, since your furnace will be working as efficiently as it’s designed to do.
No matter what your furnace needs are, call us. We’d love to talk to you.
When it’s hot outdoors here in Houston, TX, you want it to be cool indoors. Here at M E Brown, we’re experts in getting the right temperature in your home, efficiently and cost effectively. We know air conditioning is about more than just keeping it cooler. Our professional technicians regulate your HVAC so your home’s air is positively affected as well. Your indoor air quality (IAQ) and humidity level are both important aspects of your home’s comfort and health, influenced by your air conditioner.
Our team of professional technicians has the expertise and experience, not to mention the certification, to handle all aspects of your air conditioner––installation, repairs, and maintenance. We know what an investment an HVAC system is, so we do all we can to be sure yours is kept working efficiently at minimum cost to you. Having regular maintenance ensures its energy efficiency and longer lifespan. So contact us about your air conditioner and what we can do to help.
Mini-splits, or ductless systems, are ever gaining in popularity. Our M E Brown professionals are installing, repairing, and maintaining more of them every week in Houston, TX. And with good reason. Mini-splits are a great solution for your home when other HVAC systems won’t solve the issue.
These versatile ductless systems can address that uneven temperature in your back bedroom, the one you rarely use. A mini-split can also be a part of your basement remodel plans, that way you don’t have the complication of needing to tap into your existing system. The same goes for an addition to your home or your garage. A mini-split is the perfect answer for each of these scenarios. Since mini-splits are easy to install, have a small footprint, do not require any ductwork, and are very efficient, they have a multitude of uses.
Our expert technicians are here to help you decide if this is the best solution for you––and then easily and efficiently install it for you. Or if you already have one––or more––in your home, we can take care of its regular maintenance to ensure it will be working when and how you want it to be. Keep in mind that proper maintenance also extends the system’s lifespan, so you’re sure to get a full return on your investment. And if there comes a time when your mini-split isn’t working at full capacity, our technicians will come out quickly to diagnose and repair it. Whether your mini-split handles both the heating and cooling in your home, or just the cooling, we know how important it is to have your home comfortable. When a repair is needed, we make it a priority to take care of it.
Someone from our HVAC team would love to talk to you about mini-splits––whether this is new to you or you require assistance regarding your current system. Give us a call today.
Heat pumps are another great option for heating and cooling your home. They’re both environmentally friendly and energy efficient, so they’ll work well in many homes. Here in Houston, TX, we see many homes with heat pumps rather than more traditional heating systems. If this is an option you’d like to explore, our M E Brown technicians would be happy to come out to your home and discuss whether it would work well for you. Or if you already have one, our professionals are experienced in both heat pump repair and maintenance and are always ready to discuss how they can help.
One topic they are fervent about is heat pump maintenance. Since heat pumps operate very differently than more traditional systems, not everyone is familiar with their workings and required maintenance. Heat pumps work similarly to your air conditioner––they simply move the appropriate-temperatured air from one place to another instead of creating it. For example, when your heat pump is working as your heating, instead of expending energy to create heat, it takes the warm air from outdoors and brings it indoors. When it’s working as your air conditioner, it operates in the reverse and removes the heat from the indoor air, sending it outside, leaving only cool air inside with you. Since nothing is really created, it’s a very energy-efficient process, saving on energy costs.
So whether your current heat pump is acting up and requires a professional or you’d rather discuss a new heat pump or regular maintenance, call and talk with one of our knowledgeable technicians.
Your home’s HVAC ductwork may not be that exciting of a topic to you, but at M E Brown, we could talk about it all day. That system of sheet metal is a complex labyrinth that’s very precise and detailed. We take great pride in our professional team’s ability to successfully install such a system, additionally because it plays a central role in your HVAC system.
Here in Houston, TX, we know how important indoor air is to the health of your HVAC system, your home, and your personal system––your body. Your ductwork is responsible for carrying that air back and forth, so it’s imperative that it’s installed correctly. Any problems can result in bigger issues in your heating, cooling, air distribution, air filtration, or dehumidification. That’s why our ductwork team is certified and knowledgeable––each member knows how critical his or her job is, so those types of errors just don’t occur here. They recognize the job they do will have an impact on the overall efficiency and lifespan of your heating-and-cooling system.
Working with an experienced and knowledgeable team makes all the difference in ductwork installation. Call us today to see how we can make a difference for you.
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
Indoor air quality, or IAQ, is a term used to describe the air quality inside your home. You may be surprised to learn that your IAQ may be much more polluted than the outdoor air around your home, no matter if you live downtown or out in a more rural area. Here in Houston, TX, there’s been much media coverage on IAQ over the past few years as more becomes known about its effects. At M E Brown, we take this very seriously, as we’re aware of just how subpar IAQ can contribute to poor health.
Poor IAQ has even been linked to serious illnesses like cancer. But even conditions not as serious, like allergies and chronic illnesses, have been proven to be triggered by poor IAQ. All these facts make it more important than ever to properly maintain your home’s HVAC system. Keeping your system in good working order does more than just save you money. It keeps pollutants at bay, resulting in better health for you. Things like dirty or poorly sealed ductwork, a clogged air filter, or a neglected humidifier contribute to poor IAQ. All these possible contaminants make their way to you and your lungs, possibly triggering disease and illness.
Our team of professionals knows that regular maintenance of your HVAC system can make such a difference. Call and talk to us today about how we can help improve your home’s IAQ.
High humidity in a sauna is a good thing. High humidity in your home is not. Humidity is moisture, and too much of it can cause an entire host of problems in your home. Living here in Houston, TX, we have our share of humid days, and this humidity always manages to make its way indoors. We at M E Brown know the best way to protect your home is with a whole-house dehumidifier.
The humidity that makes its way indoors has a way of promoting mold and microbes in your home’s air, negatively affecting your home’s indoor air quality (IAQ). The mold and microbes can damage both your home’s contents and your body. The best way to battle the humidity is by controlling it by way of reducing it. That’s exactly what a dehumidifier does––removes the excess moisture from your home’s air. Besides protecting what’s inside your home, including you, reducing humidity levels also saves your air conditioner by preventing it from working so hard. This saves on energy, saving you money, and helps to extend your system’s life, also saving you money in the long run.
Our experienced professionals can tell you that having a whole-house humidifier offers many advantages for you and your home. Call us today to learn more about them.
Just as too much humidity in your home can wreak havoc, too little humidity is equally bad. With too little humidity, your home’s indoor air quality (IAQ) can be negatively affected. It’s all a fine-tuned balancing act, which our experienced M E Brown professionals are more than qualified to oversee. They’re aware that by living here in Houston, TX, your home will experience its share of dry-air days. That’s precisely why they highly recommend have a whole-house humidifier working with your HVAC system.
When it’s too dry in your home, your body will notice the difference and may suffer needlessly. You may experience increased allergies, breathing issues, or chronic illnesses. With this lack of moisture in your home’s air, your home most likely will present with issues as well. Woodwork and furniture can dry out and crack, appliances will not be running as smoothly and may break down more often, and your HVAC system will be working harder and may also break down more frequently. All these negative effects can be prevented by simply installing a humidifier and keeping it properly maintained.
Speak with one of our highly trained professionals about the delicate balance needed in your home for optimum comfort and health. Whether you’d like to schedule a quote, a maintenance appointment, or if your humidifier needs repairing, a member of our team is happy to speak with you any time.
It’s obvious when your water heater isn’t working properly––you have very little hot water, or, worse yet, no hot water. When that time comes, you can count on our knowledgeable and experienced M E Brown professionals to help. They know how to quickly diagnose and repair water heaters, and know when it’s time for a replacement.
Our water heater specialists have worked with many sizes, types, and brands of water heaters over the years in the Houston, TX, area. They can help you decide, when the time comes, if you’d like to replace your current tank with another traditional water heater or if it’s in your best interest to install a tankless water heater for on-demand hot water. Your lifestyle and budget are good indicators of which way to lean. Our professionals can guide you in the right direction, as well as what brand and size tank would be a good fit for you.
Or if you find yourself in a situation where only a repair is needed, a member of our team can promptly come out and rectify your hot-water issue. You can depend on us to get things back to normal for you. We can also discuss a regular maintenance program to alleviate these unexpected, and many times costly, repairs. Regular maintenance will allow your water heater to operate at its highest efficiency, saving you energy and money, and help extend its lifespan, also saving you money.
Call us today to discuss your home’s water heater options.
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