Call For Service

In our last post, we began exploring some of the reasons that calling an HVAC pro to do your work can be a really good idea. Not only will it save you time in the short term, it will save you money in the long term.


The Bosworth Company has been serving Texans for more than 70 years. We owe our success to quality and customer service. Our professionals will treat your HVAC like it’s the one in their own home. We want you to be comfortable and satisfied!


Expertise comes into play when providing stellar customer service. On a DIY project, it may be unclear what type of HVAC unit is best for your home or office. Size, layout, windows, and a myriad of other factors will determine what kind of unit is right for you. Should it start in the attic, or should you go ductless? How much power do you need? We know what’s available and what’s the perfect fit for you. This will make sure you get the most efficient system possible, keeping you comfortable, and keeping cash in your pocket.


This one’s easy. If you’re not sure how your heating or air conditioning units work, call an expert. Any sort of electrical work can be dangerous if you don’t know what you’re doing. Let the experts at The Bosworth Company help. Natural gas and emissions, if not set up properly, could be deadly. It’s Worth the Call.


This may be the most obvious reason to call an HVAC pro. Oftentimes, if your HVAC unit isn’t running properly you may not even be able to diagnose the problem. Let us help. A misdiagnosis could lead to even more problems.


One thing you can’t measure inside your home or office is air quality. You can tell if it’s bad, or if dust is accumulating around your home, but without the proper tools, you can’t really measure it. The experts at The Bosworth Company can not only find out the exact quality, they can figure out what’s causing a problem and fix it.

If you’re experiencing problems with your HVAC, give us a call today at 830-428-2764 or schedule an appointment online. The Bosworth Company is Worth the Call. Always.