League City, TX Air Conditioning Repair & Installation

League City is a beautiful, mid-sized city located just southeast of Houston, Texas. The town borders Clear Lake, and it is a popular recreational destination for both Houston residents and guests from outside of the Houston Metro area.


History of League City, TX

League City was first developed in the 1890s by George Washington Butler, an influential stock breeder, with the backing of wealthy financier John Charles League. Throughout the town’s early history, there was a strong cross-railroad-track rivalry with neighboring Clear Creek. By the turn of the century, the two towns merged into League City, and the city grew as both its own commercial center and as a bedroom community for Houston.

Demographics of League City, TX

League City has a population of just under 91,000. 74 percent of its households own their own home, and 86 percent of its residents have lived in the same home for one year or longer. The median value of a home is $176,000, and the median household income is $89,339. Just five percent of residents live below the poverty level, and nearly half hold a bachelor’s degree or higher.

Things to Do in League City, TX

Clear Lake is a brackish lake that empties into Trinity Bay and later Galveston Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. There is a city boat ramp under the FM 270 Bridge, and it is a popular destination for both boaters and water skiers. Canoes and kayaks are also able to head up the Clear Creek canoe trail.

Armand Bayou Nature Center is a nature preserve with bayou, prairie, and forest habitats open for biking and hiking. Its trails take visitors up close to local wildlife, and they can also learn about late 1800s farm life at Martyn Farm.

League City, TX Air Conditioning & Heating Repair

Maxx AC & Heating is proud to serve the League City community and to take care of all of its heating and cooling needs. As local residents ourselves, we understand how important it is to have your air conditioner working as efficiently as possible at all times. Whether you just want a routine checkup, need an emergency repair, or are considering a new air conditioner, give us a call at (281) 338-2653.

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