Lubbock Air Conditioning, Heating, and Plumbing Repair

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With Sinclair Comfort Is Always There

We want all of our customers to know that you are the reason we are #1 in air conditioning and plumbing repair. We constantly strive to be the best in the air conditioning, heating, and plumbing industry and we are proud to serve you, our loyal customers. We feel that our technicians are the best in the Lubbock area and are ready to service you during the summer and winter months. Call us today or via email by clicking the "Contact Us" link above!  Check out the new blog and stay up to date with the latest plumbing and HVAC news for Lubbock County.

 

            

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Lubbock HVAC and Plumbing Blog

My Pipes Are Making Noises

Q: When I turn on my kitchen faucet, I hear a rattling and banging sound somewhere in my pipes. It only lasts for a few seconds but it feels like forever. Is this an easy fix?   A: What would home ownership be without the adventure of mystery sounds coming from the walls?   The sounds you’re hearing could be one of several problems. It may be something as simple as a loose clamp. When...Read more

Water Damage And Why You Need To Repair It

If you’ve ever had water damage from a flood, be it outside water or a broken pipe, you know how thoroughly discouraging it is. When the water recedes or is cleaned up, you’re staring at furniture and carpets coated with mud.  We’ve been there. Twice. It’s a maddening process of clean up and repair. Yet the repairs are necessary. Left undone, big problems are almost guaranteed.  Here’s...Read more

Plumbing Issues To Look For When Buying A Home

Years ago I was visiting an acquaintance of mine. He was showing me around the home he’d recently purchased. Out in the front yard he picked up an old water valve. It was corroded and full of scale. He said, “This is my $15,000 valve.” It didn’t look like it was worth a quarter so I asked him why. “When I was inspecting the house thinking about buying it, the water pressure was low. Since the...Read more

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