Pay It Forward

What a wonderful fall day its been, cool in the morning but warm enough outside to enjoy the weather. Just wanted to drop a note to give you the opportunity to give back to the community!
If you have us make a repair to your cooling or heating system you will get 5% off for a great cause. We at Adam’s Air and Ductworks, will take that 5% and donate it to the Amarillo, Wesley Community Center, if you put a Adam’s Air sticker on your vehicle. We have the traditional sticker and a pink one for the ladies!!!



New ADAM’S AIR App ! Available for iPhone and Android

The new Adam’s Air app is available now and it’s FREE! Go to the iTunes Store and download now. You can get your weather forecast, radar, and even the Farmer’s Almanac. Plus we will have weekly specials!! Go now and download the Adam’s Air app for your smart phone. And remember to call Adam’s Air and Ductworks, for all you heating and air needs.



Download Your FREE Copy of the Adam’s Air App

Summer Fun and Scavenger Hunt, WIN MONEY!!!!!!!!!!!

Adam’s Air and Ductworks Have been blessed this year with all you kind people here in Amarillo, and Canyon. We are thankful for all of you who take the time and call us for you heat and air needs.
Well, we would like to repay all of you fine people with a bit of fun. We’re placing five different Adam’s Air logo signs, at five different residents. If you can give us the location for all five signs we will pay you $250.00. All you have to do is call us, Facebook us or go to our web site,, and tell us the five addresses of where the logo signs are and we will hand you over $250.00, cash!!!! It starts today and runs for two weeks. So get your thinking caps on and get those brains working. Here are the five locations. Have fun and keep cool.



Street Drags, Amarillo,Texas

This past Friday night Adams Air was the purse spinor for F/X Motor Sports Street Car Series of drag races.  Lots of local talent trying to show who the boss is.  We had three winners.


The Round Robin winner was Jon ‘FAST’ Brown, with his killer Mustang. Jon has one a purse before and he is a great driver and sport.   Brian Weidner had his brand new Dodge Challenger in Sublime Green, an original Dodge color from back in the ’60’s.  He won Modified at 109MPH.  Finally we had a Mustang Cobra out here with a great driver named Wes Rogers.  Wes got through all competition and won the Open Modified catagory.  Congratulations to all of our winners and to all the drivers that come out and race.  Thanks for coming out and doing it legal!  Thanks so much for your support.  Thank you to the fine men and women out at F/X Motor Sports for sponsoring this great event.  And of course thanks to the infamous Amarillo Dragway for staging the event!



Round Robin Winner Jon Brown 89 Mustang-136MPH

Round Robin Winner
Jon Brown
89 Mustang-136MPH


Brian Weidner Modified Winner Dodge Challenger 109MPH

Brian Weidner
Modified Winner
Dodge Challenger 109MPH


Wes Rogers Open Modified

Wes Rogers   Mustang Cobra
Open Modified



10 Ways to Stay Cooler in This Hot Summer

1-Drink plenty of cool water. During summer, you sweat more, and you have to replenish the water in your body. So drink a nice cold glass of water, and keep a bottle with you always. A tip to stay more cool is fill up a water bottle and put in the freezer for 30 min to an hour, and freeze another to take outdoors and the “iced-water” will last much longer. Don’t risk dehydration. Also if you want a treat drink some water with lemon squeezed in but don’t eat too much sugar!

2-Turn off unnecessary lights, TV, oven, etc. During the day, keep off the majority of your lights, since they produce energy and heat!

3-Shower or bathe frequently in mildly warm, or cold water to stay refreshed.

4-Sleep with a sheet when you go to bed, and have a fan directed toward you. You can also dampen your sheets in water and the air blowing from the fan will make you feel refreshed, until it all evaporates.
5-If you have an air conditioner, turn it on. Keep the air filter clean to avoid clogging or fungus may grow there. For the best results, close the doors to the rooms that have the air conditioning on. This will trap the cool air in the room, keeping you cooled down.
Make sure the setting on the AC is on “high” to move the air through faster and farther. This is not the “colder-to-warmer” settings. That uses very little additional power, but may make a louder “shushing” air sound.

6-Use a portable fan set at the desired setting to keep you at your own comfort zone, too.

7-Alter your pattern of outdoor exercise to take advantage of cooler times (early morning or late evening). If you can’t change the time of your workout, scale it down by doing fewer minutes, walking instead or running, or decreasing your level of exertion.

8-Keep plastic bottles of water in the freezer; grab one when you’re ready to go outside. As the ice melts, you’ll have a supply of cold water with you.

9-Fill a spray bottle with water. Keep it in the refrigerator for a quick refreshing spray to your face after being outdoors.

10-Look for inside activities to do. If you don’t have air-conditioning, arrange to spend at least parts of the day in a shopping mall, public library, movie theater, or other public space that is cool. Many cities have cooling centers that are open to the public on sweltering days.


  Use common sense. If the heat is intolerable, stay indoors when you can and avoid activities in direct sunlight or on hot asphalt surfaces. Pay special attention to the elderly, infants, and anyone with a chronic illness, as they may dehydrate easily and be more susceptible to heat-related illnesses. Don’t forget that pets also need protection from dehydration and heat-related illnesses too.