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Have You Scheduled Your Commercial AC Maintenance Yet?

Monday, 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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AC Troubleshooting: Why Isn’t My System Cooling?

Monday, 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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Watch for These Furnace Problems This Winter

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

Winter is, naturally, a very stressful time for our furnaces. Wear and tear is increased, and the chance of a serious issue happening is much more likely. Even if you’ve had your heating system maintained before the season started, it’s still a good idea to keep an eye out for any potential problems that may crop up this winter. Keep reading for a couple of common furnace problems we receive winter time service calls for.

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4 Common Heating Issues You May Face This Winter

Monday, November 28th, 2016

Temperatures have finally started to cool down here in Texas, particularly at night. As such, you may have already turned on your heating system for the season. If so, you hopefully haven’t run into any detrimental issues. However, if you haven’t had your heater maintained within the last year, then there are some common repair issues that you should certainly be aware of.

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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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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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Is it Time to Replace My Ductless Cooling System?

Monday, July 18th, 2016

Summer is not even halfway over and we’ve been feeling the heat for months. That being said, hopefully you haven’t had any detrimental problems with your ductless cooling system this season. These systems have the potential to last a long time, provided they are routinely maintained and well serviced.

However, if your aging ductless cooling system doesn’t have enough life left in it to push you through the rest of this season, it’s in your best interests that you are aware of the signs now. The last thing you want is for your air conditioner to fail you in the middle of summer. Keep reading to learn a couple of the signs that it’s time to replace your ductless cooling system.

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Consider These Zone Control System Benefits

Monday, June 13th, 2016

Central air conditioning is one of the greatest advances of technology in the country, especially for residents living in this area of Texas. However, as convenient as this type of cooling system is, it does have one considerable drawback. It delivers cooling—and heating—to the entire house without any exception. This means that unoccupied rooms in the home are being conditioned, which is a waste of energy.

This would be akin to having one main switch for your home turning on all your lights, without the option to turn any of them off. Though that’s a bit of an extreme example, it does give you a better idea of just how wasteful central cooling can be if you can’t control the rooms that receive conditioned air. The good news is that there’s a solution: zone control systems.

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