Air Conditioning Repair & Electrical Services In Sherman, TX & Surrounding Areas
Webb’s Electric, Heating & Air Conditioning is your one-stop source for all HVAC, commercial kitchen refrigeration equipment, and electrical service and repair needs. We’ve proudly served Sherman, Denison and other nearby North-Central Texas communities since 1986. Our commitment to customer service has made us the HVAC contractors our customers know they can rely on for expertise.
Whether you need a new AC unit or your walk-in refrigerator requires immediate repair attention, our staff is available 24/7 for emergency situations. Known for our fast, reliable and affordable service, we repair all makes and models of HVAC units and electrical components.
At Webb’s, we are proud to provide our customers with:
- Electrical, Heating and Air Conditioning Service: Our highly trained technicians are able to address a host of issues, including routine maintenance, repair, replacement and installation. They are experts in central air conditioning units, indoor air quality systems, electrical wiring and more.
- Commercial Kitchen Refrigeration Equipment Repair: We are available to handle a wide variety of repairs on equipment such as freezers and refrigerators.
At Webb’s, our commitment to providing our customers with the highest level of technical expertise coupled with the very best in service is evidenced in everything we do. We are a proud Better Business Bureau member and believe in holding ourselves to a higher standard. That commitment has also earned us recognition as a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer. This coveted designation is only awarded to air conditioning repair and service companies that go above and beyond in industry expertise and customer service delivery.
Whether you need heating, electrical, kitchen refrigeration equipment or air conditioning repair service, we’re here to help. Just pick up the phone and give Webb’s Electric, Heating & Air Conditioning a call today.
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