It’s Air Conditioning Maintenance Season: What You Can Do

Monday, March 28th, 2016

When you work for an air conditioning and heating company, you know that springtime is AC maintenance season. However, we also know that many of our customers aren’t aware of the importance of regular AC service before the start of the season. Spring maintenance can help to save you a lot of trouble in the summertime, so follow our steps to get your air conditioner into better condition to stay cooler and save money in the summer.

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Leaking Evaporator Coils: When Is It Time for an Upgrade?

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

Air conditioners and heat pumps work using a process you may have heard of: refrigeration. This process doesn’t actually “create” or produce cool air, as you might expect. Instead, it removes heat, with the help of fans, a compressor, coils, electrical components, and a chemical blend known as refrigerant.

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A Guide to Finding an Efficient Replacement for Your Home Comfort System

Monday, February 1st, 2016

Replacing an older heating and/or air conditioning system means that you can save money on monthly energy bills, but only if you find an efficient replacement for your worn-down unit. We’ve got your guide to saving money on a new installation below!

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Upgrade to a High-Efficiency HVAC System Today!

Monday, December 21st, 2015

Early in the winter, temperatures in Texas are nowhere near as cold as they are in other parts of the country. And during mild temperatures, we think it’s the perfect time to upgrade your air conditioning and heating system! You can even do it all at once when you choose to upgrade your older heater/air conditioner to an all-in-one heat pump—and you can save money each month. Read on to find out more about upgrading to a high-efficiency system.

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Leaky Evaporator Coil: Should I Replace the Part or the Entire System?

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

We got a question recently from a customer trying to decide what to do about a leaky evaporator coil. The coil used R-22, a refrigerant that is no longer used for air conditioners and heat pumps in manufacturing. It is possible to replace just the coil and still have the system remain operational. And of course, the cost of replacing the entire system would be much higher than the cost of replacing only a single component.

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