June 1st, 2020
The last time that you went into a home or building that was excessively dusty how comfortable were you? What about if that same place was overly humid? Even if you were in a place with a powerful air conditioner, it is likely that the low air quality hindered your ability to truly get comfortable. No one likes being inside a building where the airborne dust is bad enough that you can taste it, nor does anyone enjoy an involuntary sauna.
Most people don’t realize how important their indoor air quality is to their comfort until they see what a difference it can truly make. If you have a home in Sugarland that needs to get a boost to its IAQ, we can help. We have three great ways to help you clean up the air in your home so you can enjoy real comfort again.
May 18th, 2020
There are a lot of different parts to your air conditioner that go into helping it operate properly. From the evaporator coil to the blower fan to the ductwork, there are a lot of different things that your system makes use of to do its job. As you might expect, keeping these different parts clean and in good condition is important. Your condensate drain or condensate line is no exception to this rule.
Though not often talked about, the condensate drain is a part of your air conditioner that is necessary to keep your system functioning, even if it isn’t directly involved in creating cool air. We want to give you some information on what the condensate line is, why it is important, and how to tell when it needs some maintenance.
May 4th, 2020
Having a reliable and effective air conditioner in Texas isn’t a negotiable subject. A cooling system is a necessity! This is why, when your trusty, long-standing central air conditioner gives up the ghost, you know you have a major problem on your hands. However, before you hop on the phone to set up an air conditioning installation in Sugar Land, TX for another central AC system, we think you should know about what your other options are.
Specifically, we want to let you know that you have the option to go ductless. A ductless system is almost exactly what it sounds like, an air conditioner that is able to operate without the use of ductwork. Interested in learning more about this system and how it could benefit you? We are happy to give you some information that might help you determine whether or not a ductless air conditioner is the right fit for you.
April 20th, 2020
If we didn’t already know how rapidly our weather could switch on us, the recent weeks have certainly solidified that fact in our minds. When it is 60 one day, and then 80 the next, many of us are going to suddenly be very very aware that we need to be able to have our air conditioners up and running at the drop of a hat.
So we have a question for you: when you switched your air conditioner on this last week, were you able to do so with confidence? Or were you a bit worried that you might have a problem in your system that could leave you without the cool air you needed? If you aren’t 100% sure about how well your AC can do its job, you may need to take a moment to think about scheduling service for your system
April 6th, 2020
Texas has begun to heat up and to bring out those lovely springtime rainstorms. This, of course, means spending a bit more time indoors trying to keep comfortable and dry. If your air conditioning system is having trouble though this goal will be harder than you might expect.
While it may not be the height of summer yet, it doesn’t mean you won’t be using your AC. And even some use creates wear and tear that can surface a potential repair need. If you notice that your AC system is showing signs of a problem, your best option is to get things fixed up ASAP, before you lose your ability to cool your home in the middle of a heatwave.
March 23rd, 2020
Whatever is in your ductwork is what is going to be making its way into your home. This means that when you run the heater and there is hot air in your ducts, it will come through into your home. The same applies to cool air during summer. And, of course, if there is a large amount of dust and debris in your ductwork, that will also make it into your home.
So, the next time you turn on your ductwork, consider what you are going to be blowing into your home. Is it just temperature-controlled air, or are you creating a small house-sized dust storm?
If you have dusty ductwork, there is a great solution to the problem that we can offer you: duct cleaning for your HVAC in Katy, TX.
March 9th, 2020
It might feel like winter ended one day and spring started the next. We went from cool weather to warmth and rain with the snap of a finger! With that said, it is pretty nice to be able to enjoy some warmth and sunshine again. When it isn’t raining, a lot of us have been trying to get outside to make the most of the springtime shift.
While the weather is relatively pleasant now, we do want to make sure that you are prepared for when the softer warmth of spring gives way to the sweltering summertime temperatures. And when we discuss you being ready, we actually mean your air conditioner.
Now is the best possible time to make the most of the spring season and help your HVAC in Cypress, TX by getting the jump on your AC maintenance. Here are some reasons why.
February 24th, 2020
There is a hint of spring in the air as temperatures have begun to nudge towards the high 60s and the sun has started to make longer appearances. It is a great sign that warm weather is around the corner and most of us are ready to enjoy that sunshine!
Before the thermostat starts to really rise though we want to make sure that your home is ready for the summer season too. Your HVAC in Katy, TX sees a lot of use throughout the year but never so much as it does when you need it to cool your home during the sweltering summertime. And we are sad to say that eventually that use does add up and lead to the need for a system replacement.
Thankfully, now is one of the best times to get an air conditioner replacement and we can tell you why.
February 10th, 2020
We’ve all seen it in movies, those heaters that roar and rumble while they warm you home. While these noisy systems make for humorous conversations and awkward misconceptions on the TV screen, in reality, they are an indicator of a problem.
The issue here is this: while no heating system is completely silent while it runs, they really shouldn’t be making a racket. When your heater does emit loud and aggravating sounds, you should be calling for heating repair in Cypress, TX.
January 27th, 2020
It pays to know your different heater system types. Why? Because knowing the difference can help you make a more informed choice about which heater will really benefit your home comfort and your wallet in the long run.
There are several factors to consider when you are considering a new heater as well. From sizing, to how powerful it needs to be to what kind of heat it produces, the more you know about these things the better it will be for your comfort.
We want to help so we are giving you a quick guide to the different types of systems you should know about for heating in Katy, TX.