Air Conditioning Repair & Service Corpus Christi, TX
Bodine-Scott Air Conditioning provides a complete range of air conditioning services including air conditioning repair, installation and replacement throughout the greater Corpus Christi area. We offer fast, efficient, friendly service from factory-trained professionals who know the HVAC business inside out. Serving the area since 1961, we are proud to be the premier HVAC contractor in Corpus Christi, Texas. Our goal has always been to serve our community and grow our family of satisfied customers who enjoy the year-round comfort we provide and are eager to tell others about our services.
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The city of Corpus Christi Texas is a lovely coastal metropolis located in South Texas on the Gulf of Mexico and featuring the fifth largest U.S. Port: the Port of Corpus Christi. The county seat of Nueces County, Corpus Christi is the principal city of the tri-county Corpus Christi Metropolitan Statistical Area (which consists of Aransas, Nueces, and San Patricio Counties) and also of the larger Corpus Christi-Kingsville Combined Statistical Area (which includes the three counties listed above, along with Kenedy and Kleberg Counties). With a 2011 population of 463,577, Corpus Christi is the eighth most populous city in Texas. Parts of the city extend into Aransas, Kleberg, and San Patricio Counties.
Founded in 1839 by Colonel Henry Lawrence Kinney, Corpus Christi was originally known as Kinney’s Trading Post, or Kinney’s Ranch. In 1847, the Spanish renamed the city Corpus Christi, which means “Body of Christ” in Latin, and the community was incorporated in 1852. Today, the city enjoys the nickname “Sparkling City by the Sea.”
Corpus Christi features a humid subtropical climate, with long, hot summers and short, mild winters. Average highs in summer reach the low to mid 90s, with winter lows averaging in the high 40s. Spring and fall temperatures are pleasant, though fall rain levels can be somewhat higher than normal and the city tends to be quite windy year-round. Spring and summer are the ideal times to plan your Corpus Christi vacation!
For anyone who is interested in art, architecture, and culture, the city of Corpus Christi offers its free Festival of the Arts Public Art Tram Tour on the first Friday of each month, bringing the artistic and cultural richness of the area to visitors and residents. Other arts and cultural events are held regularly as well, so be sure to keep up with the city’s Arts & Cultural Events Calendar.
Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History offers a variety of exhibits highlighting local area history, archaeology, and natural history. A replica of the Pinta, one of Christopher Columbus’s three ships, is sure to impress visitors to the area, as are the guns and gold excavated from the oldest historic shipwreck in the Western Hemisphere.
While you’re visiting Corpus Christi, you’ll certainly want to visit Heritage Park, a group of 12 historical homes, a number of which are designated as Texas Historical Landmarks. All are available for tours, and the Galván House, which hosts the Multicultural Center, is open free to the public. Other local attractions include the USS Lexington, a floating museum which is moored not far from the Corpus Christi Museum District, where Heritage Park is located.
Corpus Christi also features lovely beaches, parks, trails, and other outdoor attractions, including golf courses, tennis centers, a skate park, swimming pool, and municipal marina. Nearby Padre and Mustang Islands also offer exciting outdoor experiences via their municipal, state, and national parks, such as Padre Island National Seashore. To round out your Corpus Christi experience, you’ll also enjoy visiting the Corpus Christi Botanical Gardens and Nature Center and the Hans and Pat Suter Wildlife Refuge.