Report Unlicensed Activity Online
The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation’s (TDLR) new “Report the Activity of an Unlicensed Person” online link makes reporting unlicensed activity easier for Texas consumers and will enable TDLR’s staff to fast-track the Department’s investigation.
TDLR licenses 28 industries, including: cosmetology, barbering, towing, air conditioning and electrical contractors, and dog and cat breeders. In all, the Department licenses over 670,000 persons to work in Texas, but unlicensed people and companies performing services remains a serious problem across the state.
Unlicensed persons performing or offering to perform services regulated by TDLR are committing a violation of the law and putting Texas families at risk.
Find An TACCA Contractor in Texas
TACCA Executive Director, Todd McAlister, presents a video for consumers on routine HVAC maintenance and the importance of using a licensed contractor.
Regional Standards Enforcement
Watch this video of Herb Woerpel sharing how the Department of Energy proposes to enforce its new regional energy efficiency standards.
What’s Going on with R-22?
Since early January 2012 the price of R-22 refrigerant, which is used in many air conditioning systems, has risen as much as 400%—and we don’t know how high it might go. These are direct costs that we have to pay and we have no choice but to pass those costs along, which is why your refrigerant may be higher than it used to be. READ MORE HERE
Find Incentive Programs
Search the DSIRE database for incentive programs in your state! CLICK HERE