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Archive for October, 2016

Is Something Wrong with Your AC System?

Monday, October 31st, 2016

While many other parts of the country are preparing their heating systems for the work they’re about to do, we are still using our air conditioners on a frequent basis. Since we use our AC systems for such a long period of time, when fall finally arrives they’ve already been put through a lot of stress. If your system is aging or if you haven’t scheduled regular maintenance, then this added stress can create issues with your AC system.

It’s important that you keep an eye out for indications that your AC system is experiencing trouble so that you can get the unit repaired as soon as possible. Here are signs that you might have a problem with your air conditioner.

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Air Conditioning Trouble: The Problem with a Bad Capacitor

Monday, October 24th, 2016

One of the most frequent service calls we get in regards to air conditioning repairs has to do with electrical system problems. AC units inherently involve a variety of components, circuits, and connections that all have to work seamlessly together for your cooling system to function properly. Even a seemingly minor component failure can affect your AC.

There’s a group of components in your air conditioner that you should especially be concerned about: the capacitors. Without your capacitors, the motors that power your compressor and fans wouldn’t be able to operate. Read on to discover what your AC capacitors do and what can go wrong if one fails.

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Is Your Air Conditioner Being Kept Clean?

Monday, October 17th, 2016

While other parts of the country are prepping their heaters for the coming cold weather, you may still be using your air conditioning system on a regular basis. And if it is providing you with cool air, then even if it has troubling symptoms you probably aren’t giving much thought to its condition. However, there are a number of different issues that you should be aware of which could negatively affect the performance and efficiency of your cooling system. One of those things is a dirty evaporator coil.

During your regular maintenance appointment, our technicians will thoroughly clean your entire air conditioning system, including the evaporator coil. However, even if you schedule this service once a year, it does not guarantee that the evaporator coil will stay clean, and does not guarantee that you’ll never need service on your AC. Why does all this matter though?

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Factors to Consider Before Your Air Conditioner Installation

Monday, October 10th, 2016

As temperatures get ever so slightly cooler, you may be considering an air conditioning system replacement if your current one is starting to show troubling symptoms of age or operational problems. Hopefully your air conditioner didn’t fail on you when you needed it most, but either way if it’s time for a replacement then it’s important that you carefully consider your options.

Our team will be happy to help you find an AC system that meets your specific needs. But there are a few things you should know before rushing out and getting a replacement cooling system—as tempting as that may be right now. Keep reading to learn more about the factors you should consider before having a new air conditioning system installed.

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Should a Ductless Air Conditioner Be Your Next Home Comfort Installation?

Monday, October 3rd, 2016

While other parts of the country are preparing their heaters for the cold season ahead, we’re still trying to get through sweltering weather here in Texas. You may already have a classic centralized air conditioner in your home to keep it cool, and perhaps it did its job quite well upon installation. However, if you are thinking about replacing your air conditioner for any reason, it’s worth it to consider the advantages of the ever-popular ductless system.

Summer is slowly but surely winding down and our slightly cooler temperatures give you a great opportunity to plan for an AC system replacement at leisure. There are a number of factors to consider though, which we’ve covered below.

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