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Angleton, TX Air Conditioning Repair & Service

The city of Angleton was founded in 1890 and named after the wife of the general manager of the Velasco Terminal Railway. The city was originally a trade center for agriculture and focused on the cultivation of cotton, corn, rice and soybeans. Today, Angleton still derives much of its capital from farming. During the 1940s and through the 1980s, the city became a banking center for large oil companies, and the location of Dow Chemical Company Angleton spurred other petrochemical manufacturing companies. Currently, the city has approximately 20,000 residents and a small-town atmosphere.

Popular Attractions in Angleton

The Brazoria County Museum, Columbia Historical Museum and the Lake Jackson Historical Museum are just a few of the city’s popular museums. Located in Brazoria County’s historic 1897 courthouse, the Brazoria County Museum exhibits artifacts that are of historical and cultural significance to the city. The Lake Jackson Historical Museum is a 12,000 square foot museum that chronicles the city’s rich history. There are both high-tech displays and interactive exhibits. The four eras of history covered include the prehistoric era, the colonial era, the development of the city’s petrochemical industry and the establishment of the city.

The Varner-Hogg Plantation Historical Park and the Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge are also favored venues for the locals. The Varner-Hogg Plantation Historical Park is situated on 66 acres along the picturesque Brazos River. The site tells the story of the plantation’s 130-year history. The plantation was first settled by Austin colonist Martin Varner in the early 1800s. Columbus Patton was the plantation’s second owner and used handmade bricks to further construct the mansion. In 1901, Governor James Hogg purchased the plantation for oil speculation. Today, this impressive plantation home features multiple outbuildings, sugar cane mills and scenic nature trails dotted with pecan orchards.

The Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge is acres of coastal wetlands and prairie harboring snow geese, alligator and fox. The refuge center hosts educational programs with hands-on activities for groups and youngsters throughout the year. There are also several salt water lakes for catching red drum, Atlantic croaker, speckled trout and southern flounder. Boaters can fish on Lost, Salt and Nick’s Lakes. The Middle Bayou and Christmas Bay hunting areas are open during waterfowl hunting season. Throughout the refuge, there are wetland boardwalks and observation decks. The refuge also offers guided auto tours for visitors.

With its hometown feel, the city hosts several popular festivals and events throughout the year that brings this close-knit community together. The Angleton Town Festival is a re-enactment of 1830s colonial Texas and takes place every November. The Brazoria County Fair & Rodeo is the largest county fair in Texas and takes place every October. It’s a day of cowboy fun for all ages.

HVAC Service in Angleton

Since 1971, Davis Air Conditioning & Heating has been the number-one HVAC contractor for businesses and residents in Brazoria County turn to for all of their heating and cooling needs, including air conditioning service. We have an outstanding reputation for fair pricing, expert air conditioning repair and heating repair and professional installations for new equipment. Our customers also know that they can rely on us in the event of a sudden breakdown with 24/7 emergency service. Your comfort is always our top priority.

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