1997-2017

"The Best Warranty

in home comfort"

Our MISSION

 

Wolf Creek Air has built a reputation of providing quality service, honest, and integrity.  We take pride in our work and practice and maintain the highest standards in the industry.  You will receive outstanding service and value for your heating and cooling needs. 


Our goal is to bring to the greater Lake Livingston area high quality products and services at reasonable prices.  We provide sales and service for the surrounding counties of San Jacinto, Polk, Liberty, Montgomery, Walker and Trinity.


community support

We have donated time and materials to local non-profit organizations including Habitat for Humanity, Senior Center of San Jacinto County, Care Share, Coldspring Library, Coldspring Volunteer Fire Department and Coldspring / San Jacinto County Chamber of Commerce.


CUSTOMER COMMENTS

Wolf Creek Air Conditioning has been family owned and operated since 1997.  Steven & Diane Colburn have owned a home in Coldspring since 1988 and purchased Wolf Creek Air in 2001 from Gene & Kathy Crump who retired from the business.  As the company grew, our son, Josh joined us and began learning the business and later moved to Arkansas to work for several major commercial and residential A/C and Heating companies.  In 2013, Josh, his wife, Samantha and their two sons, Logan & Layton moved back to Coldspring to join us in continuing the business. 

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OUR SERVICES

  • Heating & Cooling
  • Maintenance Plans
  • Refrigeration
  • Ice Machines


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"Serving the Greater Lake Livingston Area since 1997"

TIME TO REPLACE YOUR OLD R-22 A/C AND HEATING SYSTEM?


What Does the R-22 (Freon) Phase Out Mean for Maintenance and Repairs?


The price of R-22 has been rapidly increasing as it is no longer manufactured.

Let us help you find a solution to increasing repair costs by replacing your old A/C or heat pump system if it is found to be leaking R-22 into the atmosphere.

From the EPA’s website:
“As the United States phases out refrigerant R-22, you will need to make informed choices when servicing, repairing, or replacing an existing air-conditioning unit or when purchasing a new unit. EPA has banned the manufacture of new equipment that contains R-22. As a homeowner, you need to consider and balance several key factors in your decision to purchase a new unit, such as energy efficiency, performance, reliability, cost, and the refrigerant used.


R-22 is a refrigerant that is often used in air-conditioning equipment.

Because R-22 depletes the ozone layer, production and import was further limited in 2010.


In 2020, R-22 will no longer be produced or imported. After 2020, only recovered, recycled, or reclaimed supplies of R-22 will be available.

The production (not use) of R-22 is being phased out. You are not required to stop using R-22 air conditioners nor to replace existing equipment.

The phaseout period provides time to switch to ozone-friendly refrigerants when you normally would replace your air conditioner.
In the future, R-22 supplies will be more limited and costs to service equipment with R-22 may rise.”