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Do You Have a Refrigerant Leak?

Monday, June 29th, 2020

technician-working-on-air-conditionerThe air conditioner just started up with a cooling cycle but it seems to have shut back down almost immediately. You go to check the thermostat and find that it is definitely registering that your home needs to be cooled down. The question then is why your AC system doesn’t seem to want to actually do its job.

There is a multitude of possible reasons you may need an air conditioner repair in Richmond, TX but one that is likely to be the source of this problem is a refrigerant leak. It is always a good idea to check for this issue if only because a refrigerant leak is a really serious problem. Without refrigerant in your air conditioner, it can’t cool things off!

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Don’t Ignore Your Condensate Drain

Monday, 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.

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What is Short-Cycling?

Monday, October 21st, 2019

white question mark on blue circle with white backgroundTexas is one of several states that requires the use of efficient, well-maintained air conditioning systems. If you are live in the Lone Star state and you don’t have a properly working AC, you are likely to encounter uncomfortable days filled with heat and humidity throughout most of the year.

If you have a good cooler though, you don’t have to worry about finding sanctuary from high temperatures in a coffee shop or library because you can keep your home as comfortable as you want. However, this doesn’t mean your system will never encounter issues.

One of the many common problems that we see in residential AC systems is short-cycling. Some residents may not realize that short-cycling is an issue simply because their air conditioner is still running, even if it seems to be doing so in short spurts.

The truth is that an air conditioning system that is short-cycling is one that needs repairs sooner than later.

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Why Won’t My AC Turn Off?

Monday, October 7th, 2019

technician-working-on-air-conditionerIdeally, when your cooling system runs, it should produce a low key amount of noise that blends into the background of your day. The only downside to this is that you may not notice when your unit seems to keep running.

If you have recently realized that your cooling system simply seems to keep going and going, it may be time to look into this phenomenon. The fact is that your AC shouldn’t run all day long and it doing so is actually an indicator that you will need the help of professionals offering air conditioning repair in Richmond, TX.

If you would like to know more about what is keeping your system from ever shutting down, we suggest you read on!

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Do You Have a Refrigerant Leak?

June 29, 2020

Here we have listed some of the key signals that indicate you have a refrigerant leak so you know when the time has come to schedule a repair and a recharge.

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Is a Pro or an Amateur Better?

June 15, 2020

Let us tell you why it is always worth it to schedule your services with a professional.

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