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Beware These Common End of Season AC Problems

Monday, August 29th, 2016

Summer may be slowly coming to a close, but as any Texas resident knows, the hot weather is not finished with us quite yet. As such, a properly functioning air conditioning system is essential. Hopefully, yours has performed well over the last couple of months and you haven’t had any huge malfunctions.

However, this is the time of year that air conditioners tend to run into problems—particularly if you haven’t had routine preventive maintenance performed in the last year. Air conditioners are designed to withstand extreme temperatures and many years of use, but no air conditioner is immune to problems—this is especially true for aging systems. Keep reading to learn more about common end of season AC issues.

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What Should You Look for in a New Air Conditioning System?

Monday, August 22nd, 2016

With the soaring temperatures we’ve consistently experienced this summer, it may be hard to believe that autumn is just a mere month away. In Texas, that means nothing for your air conditioner, which you’ll still likely be using for a few more months during the day. Hopefully, your air conditioning system has held up without giving you any problems so far this season.

However, if you’ve discovered that your AC system just isn’t performing the way that it used to or that it’s unexpectedly failed on you, it’s time to consider replacing the cooling system. We’re happy to help you make an informed decision about what system is best for you and your home. We’ll start by sharing a few factors that you should look for in a new AC system below.

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Watch for These Common Walk-In Cooler Problems

Monday, August 15th, 2016

If your business deals with food preparation or sales, then having a properly functioning walk-in cooler is of course essential to your company. Whether you own a restaurant or catering business, or grocery store, or convenience mart, you need your walk-in cooler to be reliable. This is especially important in states with climates such as ours.

When your walk-in cooler needs repairs, you will need to address them immediately to prevent any business interruptions. Many problems may have simple solutions, like an improper temperature stemming from a misplaced sensor. In other instances, the problem can be more serious. Either way, our staff is here to assist you as quickly as possible. Below we’ve shared some of the most common walk-in cooler problems we receive service calls for.

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How Do Professionals Determine the Right Air Conditioner Size?

Monday, August 8th, 2016

When it comes to having a new air conditioning system installed, your natural inclination is likely to purchase the most powerful system within your budget. Unfortunately, while this may make perfect sense for some types of appliances, this is the wrong thing to do with an AC system purchase. An air conditioner that is not appropriately installed—and appropriately sized by professionals—can run into many problems.

In fact, the majority of premature air conditioner failures are related to the way the unit was installed to begin with. It’s important when making this kind of purchase that you understand what our professionals do upon installation to meet proper building codes and to ensure that you have the space to accommodate the system of your choice.

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Don’t Ignore These AC Repair Warning Signs

Monday, August 1st, 2016

Here we are at the peak of summer, with temperatures continuing to soar. The last thing you likely want to encounter at this time is a broken down air conditioning system, or even one that is experiencing concerning symptoms.

Fortunately, it’s rare that an air conditioner completely fails without first showing some warning signs. It’s important to be aware of these warning signs so that you know when it’s time to call in the professionals. Remember, the sooner an AC problem is fixed, the better. Keep an eye—and ear—out for these following signs.

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