You will notice that there are only a few pictures in this gallery and they are accompanied by captions. You will also find that the overwhelming theme is "attention to detail". When you are looking through my gallery please use this opportunity to inspect the workmanship that sets ENER-G COOL apart.
This is an American Standard/Mitsubishi Ductless System that I installed for the upstairs of this home in Hardin County. I enclosed the line set and drain hose in the cover, and the electrical in conduit. I also mounted the condensing unit to the wall which helps keep it cleaner and it doesn't have to be trimmed around during mowing season.
This is the same home as the picture above. Notice the placement of the inside unit is level with the window trim. It's very functional and quiet and it looks really great.
Ener-G Cool new construction duct work. Notice the straight lines, clean transitions to keep pressures and force air to the branch drops, and sealed seams for no leakage and years of worry free operation.
This is a Bryant condensing unit installed in Tyler County. It's a beautiful home and the unit looks like it was just meant to be there!
Also a Tyler County install. Notice the straight line set and covered control wiring that is so often left exposed for puppy chew toys. We always level & square the pad with the home so the unit doesn't distract from the beauty of your home.
And then there's this!!!
This is my personal unit that I installed years ago. It's a heat pump and under that 1" layer of ice is a fan. Apparently my busted water line sprayed on it and created an iceberg!!!
I included this picture because...well... it's just unusual for Southeast Texas!
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