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AAA Air Heating & Air Conditioning is now a part of the MyHome.Pro Team!

This combines 22 years of AAA Air’s A/C & Heating expertise with a 60-year legacy of hometown customer service excellence!

MyHome.Pro offers comprehensive and hassle-free residential air-conditioning, heating, and related services delivered by our TOP RATED IN-HOUSE PROFESSIONAL STAFF!

But that’s only PART of our story. Providing excellent customer service is our top priority. If you have any problems with your A/C system, we can handle it! We make the entire process pain-free and keep you informed every step of the way! If you’re in need of a licensed, professional air conditioning technician, there is no one better to call than your MyHome.Pro team!

MyHome.Pro is licensed to provide HVAC services in the State of Texas and operates under License #TACLB00076098E.

The MYHOME.PRO difference means:

  • Over 20 Years Average Technician Experience!
  • Factory Trained to provide the VERY BEST service!
  • Specialized Team solving your AC & Heating Challenges!
  • Locally owned with Allen & Dallas locations
  • Technicians are Background Checks and Drug Tested
  • Uniformed, Photo IDs and Company Vehicles
  • Bonded, Insured, and Licensed
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    If you have a residential air conditioning and heating challenge, we can help you! Our services include:

    • AC & Heating System Repairs & Service
    • AC & Heating System Replacements & Upgrades
    • AC & Heating System Maintenance Services
    • Intelligent Home Controls & A Smart Thermostat
    • UV Germicidal Light Installation
    • Home “Zoning” – AC & Heating Calibration Services
    • Air Filtration Systems
    • Duct Replacement and Upgrades
    • And Other Related Services


    Is your air conditioning or heating system doing for you all that it should? Maybe it needs a little care:

    • Not COOL ENOUGH in the Summer – or not enough HEAT in the Winter?
    • System won’t “come-on” for you?
    • Are you feeling Uneven cooling or heating? Some rooms too hot while others too cool? This might be caused by leaky ducts, not enough insulation or blocked registers or other system problems.
    • Water dripping from unit.
    • Your Air conditioner/heater is making strange noises – screeching, clanging, banging, or clicking sounds signal potentially severe problems.

    Most of our competitors will work hard to try to sell you a new system, and there are times when that might become necessary, but our focus is on providing the best possible solution for our customers.  We know that our customers have an investment in their existing systems, and we want to preserve that investment when we can, so will make every effort to repair an existing system and get it back up and running!

    Our Technicians are trained to work first to repair and get you back up and running, and our trucks are equipped with most typical components that may need replacement so that we minimize the inconvenience of a repair.


    Sometimes a system replacement or upgrade just makes sense. A typical residential new air conditioner will last between 12-15 years and if a system is at the end of its life, it may make more sense to and be financially beneficial to consider a new unit. There are some warning signals that your unit may need to be replaced:

    • The system requires repair or service on a more regular basis, running up expensive repair bills.
    • Your home feels warm in the summer or cold in the winter.
    • Your house has a lack of air movement.
    • The AC unit is making odd or unusual sounds.
    • You smell strange odors coming from either your inside or exterior units.
    • The outside compressor has a tendency to ice up or freeze.
    • AC system is not effectively blowing cold air or furnace not blowing hot air.

    Benefits of replacing your air conditioning system:

    When your airflow is properly calculated and adjusted, one of the first benefits you will notice from a new air conditioner is your home will feel more comfortable throughout. Your new system will also mean:

    • More energy-efficient system meaning lower heating & cooling costs.
    • Increased airflow throughout your home.
    • Hot and cold spots are reduced.
    • New systems are quieter.
    • New systems will remove more humidity.
    • Cleaner air with a better filtration system.
    • Remote control with a programmable thermostat.
    • A new warranty will give you years of worry-free comfort.

    MyHome.Pro can help you get your existing system back up and running – or help you install a new system, and offer expert guidance on what might be the best approach for you and your home.

    FINANCING options are also available!


    Periodic preventive maintenance services can help you avoid expensive air conditioner or heater malfunctions and increase the efficiency of your system, helping you save money.

    During an Air Conditioning “Tune-Up” our professionals will examine your system and confirm it’s working properly. During this effort we will take a CLOSE look at your system and inspect the following:

    • Review/Tightening of electrical connections. This ensures your system is running safely.
    • Lubricating parts. When your system isn’t lubricated, rubbing from moving parts can cause it to malfunction more often or more quickly.
    • Cleaning the condensate drain line. Cleaning this line takes care of mold and clogs, which can cause leaks.
    • Cleaning the condenser coil and evaporator coil. These coils become dirty over time, limiting airflow and the ability to absorb heat.
    • Straightening coil fins. Aluminum fins on the coils can bend and decrease airflow.
    • Examining system controls. This makes sure your system is starting, running, and shutting down correctly.
    • Making sure air filters are properly relaced and the area is free of debris buildup inside and outside your system.

    When we are examining your Heating System, we will review important components of your heating system during maintenance. Some of this work includes:

    • Testing and cleaning your furnace’s gas burners. We will examine your heat exchanger for cracks as they can result in hazardous carbon monoxide leaks or fire.
    • Monitoring airflow and blower operation to ensure your furnace is operating correctly.
    • Checking the gas valve. This makes sure the right fuel supply pressure is sent to the furnace, allowing it to work safely.
    • Examining electrical-powered parts for damage or corrosion.


    Adding a smart thermostat to your home is a brilliant way to save money on heating and cooling costs!

    A Wi-Fi thermostat is more clever than a programmable thermostat, which can only modify settings based on the time of day. A smart thermostat picks up on your behavior and knows when you leave the house. This enables it to adjust temperatures accordingly.

    Online Apps give you the ability to keep an eye on your home remotely and fine-tune temperature settings from almost anywhere. Plus, this smart home device provides your energy utilization in real time.

    A smart thermostat works with almost any HVAC system. Some models are compatible with Amazon Alexa, allowing you to adjust the thermostat with your voice. Others include room sensors, which can minimize temperature swings.

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    5 Signs You Need a Smart Thermostat:

    You might need a smart thermostat if your home doesn’t feel comfortable or you don’t remember to adjust temperature settings when you leave.

    Here are a few other signals a smart thermostat is right for your home:

      • Your energy bills keep getting more expensive.
      • You’re continuously forgetting to change settings on the thermostat.
      • Your calendar is hectic—and frequently changes.
      • You’re having trouble controlling your home’s temperature.
      • You want to reduce energy loss.

    How Smart Thermostats Save Energy

    A smart thermostat takes the guessing out of handling your home’s temperature. It’s a good choice if you have a programmable thermostat that’s set properly or accidentally leave your HVAC system on all day.

    It conserves energy by keeping the temperature as low as possible for the greatest amount of time possible. This helps you avoid wasting money on heating and cooling when you’re out of the house. Then, it warms up or cools down your house based on when you get back.

    Minor temperature changes can add up to big savings over the duration of a year—between 12 to 23 percent, according to two major manufacturers. Your actual savings can depend on where you live, how large your rooms are, and your temperature and humidity settings.

    Monitor Your Home While You’re Away

    Since smart thermostats are Wi-Fi-enabled, you can set them with a smartphone, tablet, or laptop while you’re away. You can also keep an eye on your system’s performance and get messages if your furnace, air conditioner, or heat pump isn’t working properly.


    Ultraviolet light was originally used to treat tuberculosis. Today, it’s used to sterilize hospitals, some foods during processing, water, and air. Germicidal lamps can also make your home’s environment healthier. This can bring relief to asthma and allergy sufferers, especially in hot, humid locations where mold and bacteria prosper. These lights may even help your HVAC system run longer since they keep elements clean.

    A UV lamp can clean HVAC systems and improve the air quality in your home. It can wipe out mold, bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms within 10 seconds of contact.

    Ultraviolet lamps are put inside your ductwork, near your HVAC system, and run constantly. These lamps use ultraviolet radiation and special lightbulbs to eliminate the DNA of bacteria or a virus. In as quickly as 10 seconds, this potent light blocks contaminants from spreading throughout your HVAC system and home.

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    Two studies have shown how effective UV light is in battling germs and mold. In 2012, researchers at Duke University Medical Center used it to take care of 97 percent of drug-resistant bacteria in 50 hospital rooms. In 2001, researchers found UV light “significantly lowered” mold levels in a commercial office building’s HVAC unit.

    A germicidal system can also wipe out scents and airborne bioaerosols like pollen or pet dander.


    The US Department of Energy estimates effective “home zoning” used correctly with smart thermostats can save you up to 35 percent on your utility bills.

    What is zoned HVAC and how does it work? You can customize how your room or zone is temperature-controlled. Zoning is a technology that uses dampers in the ductwork to manage airflow. The system will open and close dampers to redirect air to the right location in your home.

    Adding zoning requires a precise design to properly level airflow in ducts and our experts know how to get that perfect balance to deliver a more efficient and effective home air conditioning and heating system.


    Indoor air quality can influence your family’s health, especially if there’s someone in your household with allergies, asthma, or other respiratory concerns. Dust, pollen, pet dander, and mold can trigger symptoms, as well as volatile organic compounds. VOCs are chemicals that are part of regular household items such as cleaning products, furniture, and flooring.

    Up-to-Date homes are more energy-efficient. But they are sealed more tightly. This means the air inside your home can be worse than outdoors—often two to five times more, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Studies have found managing exposure to indoor allergens and tobacco smoke could stop 65 percent of asthma cases among elementary school-age children. And controlling biological contaminants like dust mites can also lower childhood asthma cases by 55-60 percent.

    There are methods you can use to take the reins of your home’s air quality:

    • Lower pollution sources
    • Ventilate with fresh air
    • Use improved air filters

    Filtration is one of the most successful techniques to clean the air that streams through your home. It captures particles as air passes through HVAC ductwork.

    There are several types of air purification systems you can use to clean the air in your home, and our experts can advise what’s right for you.


    The High-Efficiency Particulate Air, or HEPA, filter, was designed to protect scientists from radiation as they worked on an atomic bomb during World War II. Today these filters are frequently used in hospitals, science labs, and even homes. HEPA filters are rated to extract 99.97 to 99.99% of particles measuring 0.3 microns and greater. This includes pollen, dirt, and dust. A HEPA air cleaner with activated carbon filters can capture chemicals, odors, and smoke.


    Media air cleaners are denser than basic air filters. They’re often four to five times wider—or more. This barrier fits closely against your HVAC equipment. Because its functional surface is usually around 10 inches, media filters are able to catch about 95 percent of particulates. These filters last longer too, commonly between three to six months.


    There are a couple of electronic filtering systems you can add to your home. An electrostatic filter uses magnetically charged material to catch particles. These washable filters are 97 percent effective at removing tiny particles from your home’s air. Plus, they’re also 30 times more effective than everyday filters.


    Ductwork is an essential extension of your home’s heating and air conditioning system. When it’s working well, it delivers ample comfort throughout your house.

    A normal home loses 20 to 30 percent of its conditioned air because of poorly connected ducts and holes in the ductwork. Air leaks can make your equipment work overtime and create higher home energy expenses.

    There are several clues that your home has underperforming ducts:

    • Energy expenses are getting higher.
    • Rooms feel stuffy.
    • Ductwork runs through uninsulated space, like an attic, crawl space, or garage.
    • Your HVAC system is extremely noisy.

    If you live in an older home, your ductwork might not be sufficient for modern high-efficiency HVAC equipment. Ducts and their related pieces—seams, seals, and joists—begin to deteriorate around 15 years. They reach their maximum life span of around 20 to 25 years. Ductwork also expands and contracts throughout the change in temperatures. These changes over the years can cause it to break apart and lose air. Leaks can hike your utility costs and contribute to poor indoor air quality. Cracked ducts can draw in and diffuse pollen, dust, and other impurities.

    Your attic, crawl space, garage, or other uninsulated space could contain some of your ductwork. Moisture can occur during periods of high humidity, causing rust to eat through the metal.

    Some signs You may need to replace your ductwork:

    • Your ducts are more than 15 years old.
    • Your home is extremely dusty, or allergies are more severe at home.
    • You can’t manage the temperature in specific rooms.
    • You can see ducts that are crushed.
    • You smell a strong musty scent when your HVAC system is on.

    Let us help you evaluate if you need a duct replacement or we can also seal existing air ducts and re-insulate.