Riteway Service Company Blog : Posts Tagged ‘AC Repairs’

Summer Is Over but High Temperatures Aren’t!

Monday, September 24th, 2018

male technician's hands working on outside ac unitSummer has come to an end but here in Texas, our high temperatures tend to defy seasons. If you’re hesitating to schedule a last-minute air conditioning repair, schedule it now! Our lingering heat will cause you to run your air conditioning for a little while longer. Just because it’s a little late in the season for this type of repair work doesn’t mean you should procrastinate. If you need great air conditioning repair in Universal City, TX, our technicians at Riteway Service Company are here to help.

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Is Ice on the Evaporator Coil OK?

Monday, August 27th, 2018

Frozen air conditioning with icicleIt’s a hot summer day, and your air conditioner seems to be losing some of its cooling power. You go to check out the unit to see if anything is wrong, and you see ice on the evaporator coil. “Oh!” you might think, “Well my air conditioner must be working if I see ice. After all, it’s a sign the air conditioner is cooling.”

This is a misconception. Ice on the evaporator coil is not okay, and is a sign you need AC repairs sooner rather than later.

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3 AC Repairs to Leave to the Pros

Monday, August 13th, 2018

An air conditioning technician welds a connection prior to installing AC unit.We get it, when something is amiss with your air conditioner, it probably seems far easier—not to mention, cheaper—to hop online and find a “how-to” video to solve the problem on your own. This can be a mistake for a number of reasons, however.

First off, it takes a trained and experienced professional to accurately diagnose a Bulverde, TX air conditioning issue. Additionally, if you don’t know what you’re doing, you could end up damaging other components of your air conditioner and make the problem worse. Lastly, you might injure yourself or expose yourself to potentially harmful substances, like refrigerant.

Keep reading to learn more about 3 common AC issues people try to solve on their own, but should really leave to the pros!

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