Services

We service, repair and install all major HVAC systems. We will provide free quotes for new equipment!

Family Owned

Bill Anderson Air is family owned and operated and servicing the Katy, Fulshear & Richmond area since 1998.

We cover Katy, Fulshear & Richmond

Typically we are able to respond to our area faster

Welcome to our company!

At Bill Anderson Air we provide sales, service, and installation on all major brands. We strive to provide you with old-fashioned, personalized service, from our family to yours.

** Please give us a call if you need us to help you resolve these problems, we are always available to answer your questions **
  • Water Dripping Outside

    Because of the high humidity that we commonly have in the Houston area, it is not uncommon to have the drain lines become restricted and drip water outside of the house. Please note that this is not a good sign. Although the water may be good for your plants, many times that drain plugs up and the water comes through the ceiling of your house! The damage resulting from the water damage can be very expensive to repair. So, if you see water dripping outside your house we recommend that you call immediately and have the drain lines cleared!

    For more information concerning drain lines here is a link to a video showing how to clear drain lines.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUzXDXxzcHI

  • Foul Odors From Registers

    If you turn on your air conditioner and you are buffeted by foul odors coming from the registers, the smell might make you wonder: did a group of teenagers sneak into my house and leave dirty gym clothes all over the place?

    We in the air conditioning industry have a colloquial term for what you are experiencing: Dirty Sock Syndrome. This condition happens quite a bit here in the Katy area, where the air is humid, and the temperatures can go from cold to hot in one day. This change in seasons provides the perfect climate for Dirty Sock Syndrome to occur. If your air conditioner smells bad, here is a few options:

    Option #1 Install UV Light in the plenum (recommended)

    Option #2 A less expensive option is that when you go from heat to cold, turn A/C unit on so that it runs the A/C for 20 minutes straight, drop the temperature setting lower than normal. Many of our customers that do this report that it seems to help get rid of the smell. However, if you re-use your heater again you will need to repeat this process again.

  • If your unit will not turn on

    Turn the thermostat from the cool position to the off position. Then turn the "Fan On" switch from "Auto" to on. If the fan comes on that is a good sign. If not, the blower either does not have any power, the blower is not being called for or the motor is dead. One of the most common problems results from someone accidentally turning off the service switch in the attic.

    This will require you to open a service call so that we can find out what is wrong.

  • If your unit will not cool

    First - Turn the thermostat from the 'cool' position to the 'off' position. Then turn the "Fan On" switch from "Auto" to "On". If the fan comes on that is a good sign. If not, the blower either does not have any power, the blower is not being called for or the motor is dead.

    This will require you to open a service call so that we can find out what is wrong.

    Second - If the fan did come on, turn the other switch back to cooling and see if the condenser outside comes on. If it does that is also a good sign. If you hear the blower motor coming on, but have no air flow, check your filter and see how dirty it is. A dirty filter can cause the unit to Ice-up, You will need to remove that filter and shut the unit off for at least 4 hours to let it defrost before it will start blowing again.

  • If your unit will not heat

    First - Turn the thermostat from the heat position to the off position. Then turn the "Fan On" switch from "Auto" to on. If the fan comes on that is a good sign. If not, the blower either does not have any power, the blower is not being called for or the motor is dead.

    This will require you to open a service call so that we can find out what is wrong.

    Second - If the fan did come on, turn the other switch back to heat and see if the burners in the attic come on. If it does that is also a good sign. If you hear the blower motor coming on, but have no air flow, check your filter and see how dirty it is. A dirty filter can cause the unit not to blow, you will need to remove and replace that filter.

  • The unit runs too long

    Many units normally run too long to cool the house down because:

    First - The filter is too dirty to get proper air flow across the coil. Check your filter.

    Second - The condenser outside may be packed with dirt and need to be cleaned by a trained professional.

    Third - The unit may be low on freon and need to be serviced.

    Fourth - If the unit has always had a problem keeping up, it may be too small for the area that it is intended to cool.

Meet the team

Find out more about our talented and enthusiastic staff

Bill Anderson

In 1982 Bill Anderson started servicing air conditioning and heating systems for one of Houston’s major service companies. During that time, he found many ways he could improve the customer service that they were providing, so in 1985 Bill obtained his own Air Conditioning & Heating Company. In just a few years, he became well-known for technical abilities & honesty through-out the Houston area.

In many cases he has been able to repair equipment that many other technicians never could. During those years in Houston, his heart always longed to return to the Katy area for friends & family. In 2008 he opened a building in Katy and changed the company name to Bill Anderson Air Conditioning & Heating. Thus, changing his primary focus to service the residents of Katy, Fulshear & Richmond area with outstanding service, at a fair price. Bill has a wealth of knowledge & experience and plays a vital role in the company’s growth. Even with all of this, he has never forgotten that the success of the company has always been because of our customers and friends.

Jason Belz

Jason has been working with Bill Anderson Air for over 25 years. He started in 1995 installing equipment and with years of factor training on a variety of Air Conditioning systems, he has become an excellent lead technician. Through-out the years he has also undergone specialty training on heat pumps and their applications in our part of the country. His most recent training has been with the new communicating and high efficiency equipment, from the 16 SEER level into the 22 SEER units. If you are having an electrical wiring problem with your system, Jason is surely up to the challenge.

Daniel Estes

Daniel, Bill's Son-in-law, came to Bill Anderson Air twenty years ago. Beyond being a hard worker, he has the awesome ability to learn quickly and therefore has become a great asset. He was placed on Bill's service truck and trained daily for over two years. During that time, he has learned more about trouble shooting a system than most other technicians could learn in their whole career. Recently he has undergone additional training for the popular Honeywell Zone control systems found in many of the newer katy homes. So, if you are having a Zoning issue, Daniel is your man.

Andrew Anderson

Andrew is Mike's son/Bill's nephew. Andrew has been working here since 2005. During that time, he has progressed very well and could train the regular technicians for other companies. His primary background revolves around assembling systems and the wiring of those computerized systems. His many years of computer programming abilities have become a very essential parts of his daily job. With years of experience in computer programming under his belt, as these systems change, we are set for the future.

Bradley Anderson

Bradley is Mike's son/Bill's nephew. Bradley has been working with Bill Anderson Air since 2008. During that time, he has progressed very well and can easily train other technicians on the advanced communicating and high efficiency systems. His primary background revolves around assembling systems and wiring of those computerized systems. His many years of computer programming abilities have become a very essential part of his daily job. With years of experience in computer programming under his belt, as these systems continue to advance, we are set for the future.

Josh Belz

Josh is Jason’s son. Josh has been working with Bill Anderson Air for the past three years. During that time, he has progressed very well. His primary job revolves around assembling systems and Analog wiring of the Air Conditioning systems. AS these A/C systems continue to progress further and further into Digital or computerized status, he will have no problem with them. Fortunately, with all his computer programming abilities these complicated systems will be easy to figure out.

Osbal Moreno

Osbal has been working here for three years. His primary background revolves around assembling systems and Analog wiring of these Air Conditioning systems. He was initially trained by Bradley and has attended additional training classes at the distributors locations as well. He really enjoys the work and is expected to learn quickly.

Avery Zavalla

Avery is Mike's son/Bill's nephew. Avery has been working here since 2018. His primary background revolves around assembling systems and Analog wiring of these Air Conditioning systems. As these A/C systems continue to progress further and further into a Digital or computerized status, he gets to rely on all his brothers to help train him. He is expected to learn quickly. Air Conditioning and heating runs in the family.

Dylan Belz

Dylan is Jason’s son and has been working with Bill Anderson Air for the past year. During this time, he has worked closely with Jason and is a fast learner. His primary job revolves around assembling systems and Analog wiring of the Air Conditioning systems. A/C systems continue to progress further and further into Digital or computerized status. Over the past few years Dylan has spent time learning computer programming giving him an edge on these complicated computerized systems.

Mike Anderson

Mike’s main function is to ensure that the overall customer needs of every customer are met in a timely manner. Michael, Bill's brother typically interacts with all the customers who need quotes for either new equipment or for repair work. This involves preparing quotes, finding parts, scheduling the installs, and getting everything setup for the install teams to complete the work that is scheduled for the day at hand. This does not include all the inter-office material he has to complete guaranteeing the company runs smoothly. With Mike’s background in office automation, you can be sure that your personal data is being meticulously handled, being managed, and stored in a completely safe environment. There is no room for errors with Mike!

Ronald Anderson

Ron, Bill’s brother is primarily responsible for the management of the day-to-day operations of the dispatch center and accounting department. Most of the time you can find him either answering the phones, booking calls, scheduling the technicians, and invoicing. With over 40 years of experience in the computer industry, you will also find him maintaining our office computers, network and phone system ensure they are safe from potential security breaches. With Ron in the office, your personal data is always well protected.

Liz Anderson

Liz, Ron’s wife is responsible for a lot of the day-to-day operations. Most of the time you can find her answering the phones and booking calls. She also helps with the operations of the office from scheduling the technicians and doing invoicing. Liz has a broad knowledge of how the office should be run and contributes daily with all that needs be done to ensure the customer’s get the service they deserve. With Liz you know that your needs will be taken care of professionally.

Bill Anderson
Air Conditioning & Heating

(281) 398-1823

Office Hours
Monday thru Friday 7:30am - 4:30pm
Saturday 8:00am - 12:00pm
Sunday Closed

“Bill Anderson Air has worked for me several times including replacing a 4 ton unit. They have always been on time, reasonably priced & worked to make sure that when I had a problem I was not without air at any time. Great company to work with.”

Susie R.

Fulshear, Tx

“If you’re looking for honest, prompt & knowledgeable you found the right people. Bill Anders Air fixed our smaller AC unit last spring, only to have the second unit fail this spring. Called them back out & not only did they fix the down unit but they found a problem on the other one & repaired it under warranty.”

Mark R.

Katy, Tx

“Have done business with Bill Anderson Air for over 10 years in the Katy area near Houston. They’ve serviced our AC equipment professionally & respectfully every time we’ve ever had to engage with them. They recently installed new AC units for our home & we were very happy with the result. We’d highly recommend Bill Anderson Air for anyone in the Katy/West Houston area!”

Mary S.

Katy, Tx

“If you are looking for a reliable & efficient air conditioning company this one is for you! Bradley & crew from Bill Anderson Air installed a new unit for us is a timely and safe manor. This is a family business & I’m happy to recommend them.”

Marci H.

Fulshear, Tx

“After being quoted 3x as much for a leaking evaporator coil by another company through our home warranty company, I called Bill Anderson Air & they did the job the day after I called in about 2-3 hours. Amazing service! Mike Anderson on the phone was great. The techs that came out were great & friendly. They also found that my coil was still under a factory 5 warranty (which the other company did not check or mention).”

Chris C.

Katy, Tx

“I highly recommend Bill Anderson Air. They came out right away and were completely honest with us & even helped make sure we got a warranty!”

Lisa E.

Katy, Tx

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