July 17th, 2017
Springtime, or even before then given how hot our weather is pretty much year round, is typically the time that we emphasize to our customer how essential it is that you have HVAC maintenance done for your business or commercial property. Preparing for summer with an inspection and tune-up for the AC system is the best way to prevent repair problems, energy waste, and even shortened equipment life.
If you haven’t already had this service done in the past year, then the time to schedule air conditioning maintenance for your business in Richmond, TX is now—regardless of whether or not your commercial air conditioner seems to be doing just fine. A routine maintenance check not only helps to improve or maintain the comfort of employees, customers, clientele, or tenants, but is also key to protecting equipment from overheating. While skipping residential maintenance may leave a small family in a lurch, skipping commercial maintenance impacts many more individuals.
July 3rd, 2017
To say that summers are long and hot around here would obviously be an understatement. With temperatures climbing to their highest within the next couple of months, the condition of your air conditioner is extremely important.
We’d imagine that you’re running your air conditioner on a daily basis by now, and if you’ve already had your system tuned-up in the last year, then you can likely rest assured that you won’t be in need of air conditioning repairs in Houston, TX anytime soon. If you haven’t had it recently maintained, however, then you may run into problems, and fairly soon considering that this the time of the year that the most stress is put on AC systems.
Of course, even with proper maintenance, not all air conditioner problems can be prevented. So, whatever the case may be, keeping reading to learn about some warning signs of a struggling air conditioner.
June 19th, 2017
Going without cooling in Texas is unthinkable. But, many homes aren’t set up for larger central air conditioning units. Therefore, many homeowners turn to window units to cool down their home. If you’re one of these homeowners, however, you’ve likely found that it’s pretty difficult to keep your home consistently comfortable this way.
Window units are noisy, inefficient, and generally don’t last very long. But what can you do, if you aren’t able to have a central system installed? It’s time to consider a ductless installation in Houston, TX.
June 5th, 2017
For the most part, modern homeowners have things pretty good. There are so many appliances and systems to make our lives more convenient and comfortable, right at our disposal—and thus, it can be hard to imagine living without them. But alas, no such system is going to be 100% reliable all the time. So sometimes, we are faced with the reminder of what it would be like to live without them. Take your AC for example—have you ever been stuck in the middle of summer with a malfunctioning cooling system?
One of the most obvious indications of AC trouble is a system that’s not blowing cold air. Next to a complete breakdown, this is just about the clearest signal there is that your air conditioner has a problem. There are a number of potential causes, but whatever the case may be, it’s important that you reach out to a professional for your Katy, TX air conditioning services.
May 22nd, 2017
It’s hard to imagine that it will get much hotter than it’s been recently, but sure enough, summer is on its way and temperatures are only going to increase. This means that we’ll be using our air conditioners on an even more consistent basis, and as such want to ensure that we are doing everything to save money on energy costs.
The first step to saving money is scheduling regular air conditioning maintenance, which you’ve hopefully already done for the season. This isn’t the only money-saving step you can take, though, in regards to your HVAC system. Installing a Missouri City, TX zone control system is a great way to upgrade both your cooling and heating systems, and there are a number of advantages to investing in a zone control system.
May 8th, 2017
Spring is here, and that means that allergy season is here too. You may have noticed some sneezing and sniffling going on in your household. To help alleviate this, we recommend that you change your HVAC air filter every 1-3 months. But this isn’t the only reason recommend doing so.
Changing your air filter can actually help air flow through your air conditioner with ease and prevent sudden system failure. While this isn’t the only thing you should be doing to care for your HVAC system, its’ certainly at the top of the list.
April 24th, 2017
In our last blog post, we discussed some of the most common misconceptions about air conditioning maintenance—one of them being that your refrigerant needs to be refilled during each maintenance appointment. On the contrary, if this is the case, it means that you have a leak and that the source of that leak must be found and repaired.
Another important fact to know about your refrigerant is that if you’re using an older air conditioner with R-22 in it, your refrigerant is about to be fully phased out, due to the harmful effects it has on the environment. The good news is, if it’s time for you to replace your cooling system, you don’t need to look any further than our team for quality Richmond, TX air conditioning services.
April 10th, 2017
From reading our past blog posts, you probably are well aware of how strong of advocates we are for scheduling regular air conditioning maintenance in Houston, TX and beyond. But some homeowners have an idea of what maintenance is that could actually harm your cooling system. Keep reading to learn more.
March 27th, 2017
Now that spring is officially here, and summer is right around the corner—not that we got much reprieve from the heat—it’s the perfect time to consider a Katy, TX air conditioner replacement if you think your system has just about had it.
A well-maintained air conditioning system has the potential to last about a decade, give or take a couple of years. Whether or not you have had maintenance done on a regular basis though, it’s a good idea to know the various signs of an air conditioner in need of replacement, versus repair.
March 13th, 2017
Temperatures may be on the cooler side right now, but you know as well as we do that summer is going to creep up on us faster than we realize. When temperatures begin to soar, you’ll want to have the peace of mind that you are equipped with an efficiently and effectively working AC system in Missouri City, TX.
If you barely made it through last summer without your AC system breaking down, or if you had to make multiple repairs on it throughout the year, then it’s certainly time to consider an air conditioner replacement/upgrade. It’s also important to remember that keeping up on maintenance is key to helping your air conditioner last longer.