Frequently Asked Questions

The Bosworth Company serves Midland and all Texas cities within 100 miles. This includes Odessa, Gardendale, Andrews, McCamey, Rankin, Crane, Fort Stockton, Big Spring, Monahans, Pecos, Kermit, Wink, Stanton, and Wickett. If you are outside the service area, feel free to give us a call! We would be happy to discuss possible service at your location.

We offer emergency plumbing, HVAC, Water Treatment, and Electrical service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! Call us now at 432-570-5233. If you don’t need emergency assistance, schedule an appointment online here.

Yes to both! We serve commercial and residential properties of all sizes.

We offer competitive financing plans for any repair of $1,000 and above! Learn more here!

This is often caused by overheating. If the light bulbs in covered or recessed light fixtures keep burning out, try switching to lower-wattage bulbs. It can also be caused by too much power, poor installation, or something as simple as screwing your light bulbs in too tightly. If your light bulbs keep burning out, call The Bosworth Company for a professional inspection.

We’re proud to say that we do it all. From indoor and outdoor lighting, outlets to panels, small homes to huge businesses, and everything in between. The Bosworth Company is Worth The Call. Always.

Flickering lights can be caused by problems with the light bulbs you’re using, the plug, the switch, or simply a large appliance like your A/C using a lot of power to start up. Flickering can be a symptom of wiring issues or circuit overload, so it’s best to call a professional like The Bosworth Company to ensure the problem is solved efficiently.

An electrical outlet can stop working because of something as simple as a tripped circuit breaker. If you’ve got a GFCI outlet (the one with buttons) installed, you can possibly fix the issue by pressing the “RESET” button. If you inspect your electrical panel and don’t see that the breaker has tripped, the outlet itself can be burnt out or faulty.

The short answer – not really. They use harsh chemicals meant to break down materials that are clogging your drain. These chemicals aren’t guaranteed to work and typically don’t dissolve most of the clog, meaning you’ll likely have a clogged drain again soon. They can also damage your plumbing by dissolving pipelining. We recommend trusting the experts to clean and unclog your drains. Give us a call at 432-570-5233 for emergency drain cleaning 24 hours a day!

There’s a lot you can do to prevent clogs, including making drain maintenance part of your cleaning routine. Follow our drain maintenance recommendations and give us a call if you need your drain unclogged!

The Bosworth Company’s drain snakes, video camera inspections, and expert cleaning methods ensure your drains are cleaned properly. We can detect damaged or collapsed lines that you might miss if you’re cleaning your drains yourself.

We recommend having a professional like The Bosworth Company inspect your A/C twice per year. To make it as convenient and affordable as possible, we offer Spring and Fall Clean & Checks that are perfect for keeping your system working and in great shape.

Most air filters should be changed every 30 days, especially if you have pets, young children, or people with allergies. Things like the size of your house and the quality of your filter can make a difference, so it’s best to follow the instructions included with your filter.

One of the most common causes of a dusty home is a bad or old air filter. Too much dust can also be a sign of a larger problem like an air duct leak. Check out our tips on getting dust under control and give us a call at 432-570-5233 if you suspect your air ducts or A/C could be the problem.

Ductless HVAC systems, also called mini-splits, are A/C units that work like regular systems but are installed in individual rooms or zones rather than relying on ducts. This allows for optimal temperature control in every area of your home or business. It also keeps costs down since you don’t have to heat or cool areas when they’re not being used.

The majority of the time, the smell coming from your heater is from a dirty filter or dust that’s accumulated in your system over the warmer months. We recommend having your unit cleaned once in the Fall and once in the Spring to avoid this and identify any issues that need to be fixed. The bad smell can sometimes indicate a dangerous level of debris that could result in a fire, so be sure to monitor the situation carefully.

Every home has unique needs. Trust the experts at The Bosworth Company to inspect your home and recommend the perfect system for your needs and budget. Call us at 432-570-5233 or schedule an appointment online today!

Yes! The carbon block filters in units we install remove up to 98% of the chlorine in the water.

It does! Reverse osmosis removes common contaminants like lead, arsenic, barium, cadmium, chromium III & VI, copper, cysts, fluoride, nitrates, nitrites, radium 226 & 228, selenium, TDS, and turbidity.

Reverse osmosis will soften your water, but not entirely. Hard water can take a toll on your system over time and can cause your filter to wear out faster. Because of this, we recommend pairing your reverse osmosis system with a water softener. Using both systems will maximize the taste and quality of your water.

While a water softener technically removes unwelcome particles that make your water hard, it doesn’t clean contaminants from your water. To experience clean drinking water straight from your faucet, we recommend installing a Reverse Osmosis system. Call us today or schedule an appointment online to have one installed!

The taste of your water depends primarily on the source and whether or not you’re using reverse osmosis to filter the contaminants that can affect the flavor. A water softener itself will have minimal impact on the flavor of your water.

Softened water can feel “slicker” than hard water because the water is missing textured minerals that you’re used to feeling. This slickness is usually felt in the shower and is a result of you feeling your body’s natural oils that are no longer being covered by hard water.