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3 Noises You Don’t Want to Hear Your AC System Making

July 17th, 2017

3-noises-air-conditioner-dont-wantWhen you live someplace as consistently warm throughout the year like we do, it goes without saying that using your air conditioner on a daily basis is a necessity. Since we’re nearing the peak of the hottest time of the year now, however, it’s important that you keep a close eye out in case any problems develop. Problems with your cooling system are more likely to occur during this time of the year.

One of the most common signs that you are having issues with your AC that require air conditioning repair services in Georgetown, TX is that it’s making weird noises during operation. There are 3 sounds in particular that you never want to hear coming from the AC system. We’ve covered them below, and what they may mean.

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Why Does My AC Keep Tripping the Circuit Breaker?

July 3rd, 2017

ac-keep-tripping-circuit-breakerBeing stuck with a malfunctioning air conditioner can be pretty disheartening. Especially during this time of the year, considering how high our temperatures already are, and how much they’ll climb in the coming weeks. But what if you’re unsure if your air conditioner is actually experiencing trouble? Perhaps your AC system shut off, and you found that you just needed to reset the circuit breaker for it to come back on.

That’s great for the time being, but if you find yourself with a broken-down air conditioner again shortly after this, then there is definitely trouble brewing. Your cooling system shouldn’t trip the circuit breaker that often, and if it is doing so then you need to find out why and have the source of the problem repaired.

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The History of Duct Tape—And Why You Should Care

June 19th, 2017

Summer is almost upon us, although in our area summer can seem to be a year-round affair. That being said, it’s essential to make sure that our air conditioners and all of their components are functioning as effectively and efficiently as they can, in order to keep our households comfortable. Routine air conditioning maintenance is the leading way to ensure this is the case, but there’s more to improving and maintaining efficiency than that.

This brings us to our leading subject today: your ductwork. When damaged or leaking, your air ducts serve as one of the biggest “energy thieves” there is in your home. Proper Taylor, TX duct sealing services will stop your HVAC system from losing 20%–30% of the air that moves through the ductwork. Now, you may be thinking, “Great! I’ll just slap some duct tape up there.”

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Tips to Get Your AC Ready for Summer

June 5th, 2017

ac-ready-summer-tipsWe know, you’re probably thinking, “but it’s already hot outside!” This is precisely our point, though—with summer temperatures already here, the time to prepare your air conditioner for consistent hot weather, if you haven’t done so already, is now! Make sure that your air conditioner is ready to cool down your house, and save you some money while doing it, by keeping the following tips in mind.

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Have You Scheduled Your Commercial AC Maintenance Yet?

May 22nd, 2017

commercial-ac-maintenance-scheduledThe fact of the matter is, Texas residents don’t get much of a reprieve from sweltering temperatures at all—at least, not compared to other parts of the country. But that doesn’t mean you should wait for a cooler week to schedule your Hutto, TX commercial air conditioning services. In fact, timely commercial AC maintenance is even more important for businesses in our area than elsewhere, given how reliant we are on these systems.

Scheduling your commercial air conditioning maintenance now means avoiding the most severe of repair troubles, energy waste, and premature system breakdowns. Proper air conditioning care not only affects the comfort for employees, customers, clientele, and/or tenants, but is essential in protecting equipment from overheating and otherwise accumulating damage. Homeowners only need to worry about the comfort of a few people, but as a commercial property owner or business manager, you must concern yourself with the comfort of many.

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Why Isn’t My AC Working Right?

May 8th, 2017

ac-isnt-working-rightAny homeowner who has lived here at least a year knows that temperatures never really cool down enough to turn our AC systems off for as extended period of time as in other parts of the country. As such, you need your cooling system to operate as efficiently and effectively as it’s meant too all year long. So if it seems to be struggling right now, it’s the perfect time to schedule professional Georgetown, TX air conditioning services—before the hottest of summer temperatures come to greet us.

The type of repairs or service you need will depend on the kind of trouble you’re having with your air conditioner. For instance, if it is blowing out warm air, you could have a refrigerant leak. Or, if the system is making loud and/or unfamiliar noises, there may be a loose component. Read on to discover some of the common causes of an AC malfunction.

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Let’s Discuss Your Indoor Air Quality!

April 24th, 2017

indoor-air-quality-discussIn previous weeks, we’ve talked a lot about air conditioners—when to replace your system, what certain system noises mean, and why an air conditioner might quit cooling. But the functionality of your HVAC system is not the only contributor to your Round Rock, TX indoor air quality.

Issues such as humidity, dust accumulation, and germ exposure can affect your household atmosphere just as much as the temperature does—if not more. Installing the right indoor air quality products can make all the difference in your home comfort. What your home requires is dependent on a few factors, but we’d like to go over a few options we provide to help you make an educated decision about how best to protect the quality of your indoor air.

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Determining When to Replace Your Air Conditioner

April 10th, 2017

when-to-replace-your-air-conditionerYour central cooling system, no matter how well you take care of it, will not last forever. At some time or another, it will need repairs, and eventually it will age to the point that repairs turn into a replacement. But how do you know when that time has come? There are a number of factors to take into consideration, and it’s usually a combination of them that will solidify your decision.

There are a number of factors to take into consideration, and it’s usually a combination of them that will solidify your decision.

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Potentially Ominous AC Noises and What They Mean

March 27th, 2017

ominous-ac-soundsSpring is officially here, and for Texas residents, we are well aware that summer temperatures aren’t much further off. Hopefully, you have a well-maintained air conditioning system that has gotten you through years of reliable service and is prepared to get you through this next cooling season as well. However, if you’ve been neglecting any Austin, TX air conditioning repairs, or suspect that your AC system may need a repair or two, then now is the perfect time to address this.

One of the most common signs of an air conditioner in disrepair is unfamiliar or loud noises coming from the unit. You more than anyone are going to know the everyday sounds your AC makes—so if you hear any of the following noises, it’s time to give our professionals a call.

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AC Troubleshooting: Why Isn’t My System Cooling?

March 13th, 2017

ac-troubleshooting-not-coolingWith temperatures slightly higher than average for this time of year, we’re all well aware that warmer weather is well on its way. Perhaps you’ve already turned on your air conditioner for the cooling season. If so, hopefully you haven’t experienced any problems.

But what if there’s no cool air coming from your system? This is obviously a concern considering our climate. Fortunately, you can reach out to our team for timely air conditioner repairs in Hutto, TX. But in the meantime, it may help you to know what could be causing this issue.

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