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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

Tuesday, Sep 16, 2014 Todd Thompson
Q: After years of drought, we're thankful for all the rain we've been getting in West Texas. This may sound like a strange question, but are there any potential plumbing problems I need to look for when it rains a lot? A: We are very thankful for the rain. It's great to see more "green" outside. As to your question, there are a couple things to pay attention to when we get a lot of rain. ...Read More
Monday, Sep 8, 2014 Todd Thompson
Here at Sinclair we're here to solve your plumbing, heating and cooling problems. And while we're always glad to hear from you, we're also about helping you avoid making mistakes that would cause you to pick up the phone. Here's three common mistakes we want you to know about so you can avoid plumbing problems in your home: * (Toy) Planes, Trains and Automobiles -...Read More
Tuesday, Sep 2, 2014 Todd Thompson
http://callsinclair.com Q: My air conditioner is working, but it's not "keeping up". It feels like the air coming out is cool enough but the house never gets to the point where it's really comfortable. Do you have any ideas as to what the problem could be? A: It's Labor Day. I'm ready for cooler weather. But it's going to be 103 degrees today. So our AC units aren't going to get a rest for...Read More

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