October 5th, 2020
The electrical components of your air conditioner are important pieces of an overarching puzzle. You could have the most expensive air conditioner in the world, with top of the line air filters and fully charged refrigerant, only for it to peter out the minute things get hot if its electrical system is faulty. Contactors are a fundamental part of your air conditioner and if they’re not working then you’re really not going to get the cooling you deserve.
Air conditioning in Boerne, TX begins and ends with electricity. We depend on the electrical systems in our ACs as well as the electrical systems of our homes to keep us comfortable. If you think there’s a problem with your system’s contactor or another component of the electrical system, then make sure you give us a call.
Want to know more about the electrical parts in your system? Keep reading as we explain below.
September 21st, 2020
Sometimes there are differences between repairs needs. For instance, a broken part of a vent might look really bad, but your air conditioner might still be fine running at peak efficiency with that piece being broken. This is what we would call a minor repair that can wait until you’re ready to have it fixed.
Some repairs, however, get more expensive the longer you let them wait. Things can compound into more complicated things, and eventually before you know it you’re saddled with an expensive repair or replacement. Today, we’re going to try and stop this from happening by talking about three major AC repairs that should be addressed as soon as possible.
Once you understand that we’re trying to limit the cost of air conditioning repair in Boerne, TX, then perhaps you’ll understand just how important it is that you get your system fixed.
September 7th, 2020
Imagine if each wheel of your car turned at a different speed. Trying to drive on the highway would be a nightmare because one wheel would be spinning fast while another would be dragging along. You’d waste thousands of dollars on gas and repairs every year, and you’d be late to every appointment because your car would be working suboptimally. Unfortunately, this is a reality that many homeowners deal with on a daily basis when it comes to their air conditioners.
If you’re looking for HVAC service in San Antonio because your brand-new air conditioner just isn’t cooling the parts of your home equally, then we have news for you. You might be in the perfect scenario to make use of a zone control system.
If you’ve never heard those words before, don’t worry. We’ll explain everything down below.
August 24th, 2020
When you purchase something, do you usually ask for a receipt? Sometimes it’s a good idea since that receipt can be used to return a good that just wasn’t up to the standards you wanted. This can be important for appliances like televisions and computers since they’re a pretty heavy investment. Why shouldn’t you have the same expectations for your air conditioning or heating services?
When working with amateurs, you can throw this notion of “standards” out the window. Amateurs might get the job done, or they might not. It’s really a roll of the dice.
When you sign up with a team of professional HVAC contractors in San Antonio, however, you get the excellent service you’re used to. Keep reading as we talk about some signs you as a customer can tell if an HVAC team is going to be up to your standards.
August 10th, 2020
When you turn on your air conditioner, there are probably a few noises it makes. The outdoor cabinet softly churns, the contactor clicks as it turns on, and air begins to gently woosh into your home through your air vents. These are all normal, and we’d probably never tell any homeowner to contact a team of HVAC professionals for those minor noises.
However, not every air conditioner noise is good or “normal.” Some noises, like banging or grinding, signify an urgent need for air conditioning repair in San Antonio. We’re not just trying to push our repair services, we’re trying to convince homeowners to get these noises addressed before they turn into a full system breakdown. If you’re hearing an unusual or loud noise in your AC that makes you uncomfortable, it’s time to contact the pros and have the system fixed.
July 27th, 2020
We talk often about everything you should do for your air conditioner. From changing the air filter to calling for professional maintenance, we must sound like a broken record with our advice. For anyone who thinks that type of blog post is boring, today is your lucky day!
We’re going to dive into some of the most important things you should never do to your air conditioner, no matter what. Homeowners sometimes have an easier time learning about their cooling technology when they’ve got a list of things not to do. With the popularity of DIY solutions found on the web, we understand why some of these bad practices might be more common than others. However, that’s no excuse!
Is your air conditioning in San Antonio having trouble? Make sure you don’t do the following few things and keep our team in the loop.
July 13th, 2020
When it comes to saving money on your HVAC equipment, we know what we’re talking about. We’re experts in the industry and we’ve seen both sides of the spectrum, from homeowners that pay their air conditioner’s weight in gold to make many repairs, to homeowners that never have anything more than a slight hiccup in their wallet. While it’s true that some amount of repairs will be necessary in the lifespan of your air conditioner, it’s up to us to mitigate those problems and minimize them as much as possible.
Whether you’re here for some efficiency tips like AC maintenance in San Antonio, TX, or you’re here to see what you can better do to improve your AC, we urge you to keep reading. Maintenance and some of these other nifty tips are good practices to get into the habit of performing, and they will save you money in the long run.
June 29th, 2020
We talked a few weeks ago about why it’s so important to change your air filter every 1-3 months in your air conditioner, but we don’t ever really talk about how to do it. This is an important point to address, since so many homeowners call us or search online for guides to changing their filter. We want to steer you away from an amateur who might not know what they’re talking about, and be your sense of authority on the matter.
Take a look below at our step by step air filter replacement guide and be sure to let us know if you need any more advice or further AC services in San Antonio, TX. Your air filter is vital to the functionality of your AC, and the know-how to replace your filter is great general knowledge to have. So, let’s get started!
June 15th, 2020
The science behind air conditioner technology is no secret. We tell people every day how these systems work and what to expect in your own personal AC system. However, that doesn’t stop homeowners from finding out bogus information online about their systems. This can be harmful since it leads people into making poor decisions about their systems and eventually to quicker breakdowns and more expensive repairs than most people are ready to pay for.
If you’ve got AC in San Antonio, TX then it’s likely you’ve stumbled upon some of these bits of misinformation and you might not even know it. That’s why today we’re going out on a limb to dispel some myths about air conditioners with cold hard facts. Remember, if any of this information doesn’t make sense or sparks more questions in your mind, don’t hesitate to call our team!
Let’s get started.
June 1st, 2020
Efficiency is one of the most important aspects of cooling a home. What’s the point of running your air conditioner if it costs twice as much as it normally would? At that point, you’re just throwing money away and many homeowners would give up. We’d like to tell you that you should never give up when it comes to efficiency, there is always a way to lower your energy consumption and increase the cooling output!
Sure, some of those ways might be signing up for AC repair in San Antonio, TX before your system bites the dust. Though, there are some nifty tips and tricks that could keep your bills low and your home comfortable. If you’re the least bit curious, then we urge you to keep reading and find out for yourself what an energy-efficient home looks like.