March 20th, 2017
While your air conditioner is something you use on a pretty regular basis—for the majority of the year given the climate we live in—it is still not something you likely think about a whole lot, unless something goes wrong with it. A very important component of your entire AC system is the outside unit—called the condenser unit.
While the inside portion of your AC system absorbs heat from your home’s air, the condenser unit is tasked with releasing that heat to the air outside. So without a functional condenser, the warm air from your home would have nowhere to go. When something goes wrong with this component, it’s important that you reach out to us for San Antonio, TX air conditioning repair services right away to avoid further damage and potentially a full system replacement.
March 6th, 2017
As the heating season comes to a close, you may be tempted to put off any heating system repair needs that came up during winter. After all, you’re not going to need your heater for another 6 or 7 months, at least, right?
Unfortunately, that’s a really long time for San Antonio heating repairs to go unaddressed, particularly if you have a central system and the problems could be impacting the ductwork that’s shared with your central air conditioning system.
February 20th, 2017
During the winter, our temperatures never quite do get to a point where we need our heaters for an extensively long period of time. In fact, given a few days here and there this winter, you’ve probably still been using your air conditioner on a pretty consistent basis. So it’s only natural with all that wear and tear on the system that something may go wrong with it.
One of the most frequent air conditioning repair calls we receive is in regards to a cooling system that won’t cool. Fortunately, we do offer quality San Antonio, TX air conditioning repairs. In the meantime though, we’d like to offer you a look behind the scenes to discover why this AC issue may be impacting you.
February 6th, 2017
We talk about maintenance a lot, and there is a good reason for that. Maintenance is what keeps your HVAC systems functioning as well as they should. Just as you would never skip a tune-up for your car—at least we hope you wouldn’t—you should never skip out on furnace check-ups either. It’s during these annual appointments (bi-annual if you have a heat pump, although we’re discussing furnaces here) that our professional technicians fully inspect and clean your heating system.
We’ll also make any necessary adjustments and recommendations for repairs so that you can schedule subsequent San Antonio, TX furnace services right away, if needed. We get a lot of calls from customers and potential customers with questions about their furnaces. But unfortunately, it’s usually when they already have a problem—one of which might have been avoided with the right preventive care. Routine maintenance allows you the peace of mind that comes with never worrying about whether or not your furnace is going to function each winter. Keep reading to learn more about the importance of this service.
January 24th, 2017
The South-Central area of Texas isn’t exactly known for bitterly cold temperatures, particularly when you compare the area to other states throughout the country. Our evenings, however, are nothing to scoff at when the heating season comes, and as such it’s vital that we have efficient and effective heaters in our homes. But what if you have a San Antonio, TX furnace, and it’s not up to snuff?
Whether you hear odd noises coming from your heating system, detect a strange odor, or simply find that your furnace isn’t performing as well as it once did, there is no problem too big or too small for our team—and no problem that you should just simply ignore. Dealing with furnace and heating problems can be a hassle, but it doesn’t have to be a chore when you count on licensed professionals to handle your heating repairs. In the meantime, we’ve shared with you below some of the most common furnace problems we get calls for.
January 16th, 2017
There probably isn’t a homeowner in the country today who doesn’t want some easy way of saving energy in their homes, and thus saving money. We all look for methods of energy savings—but unfortunately many individuals thing the only way to truly save energy is to just not use their appliances as much. Unfortunately when you live somewhere as warm as San Antonio is for the majority of the year, this isn’t exactly doable! And it doesn’t need to be.
January 9th, 2017
Whether you are looking to schedule maintenance for an air conditioning unit or you need to have a new heating system installed, it’s understandable that you want the peace of mind that comes with hiring an experienced and well trained professional to do the job. But how do you tell a good HVAC contractor from a poor one?
January 2nd, 2017
Last week, we explained the importance of changing your air filter, and offered some guidance on how to do so. This is one HVAC maintenance task that not only can you do on your own, you should be doing on your own. Especially considering that you typically only schedule professional maintenance once or twice a year, and your filter must be changed much more often than that.
Changing your air filter is not the only maintenance task you can do yourself though. While we don’t typically recommend DIY-projects when it comes to working on your HVAC system, there are some simple things you can do throughout the year to help your system work effectively and efficiently. Keep reading to learn more.
December 26th, 2016
Would you believe that there are many homeowners out there who aren’t even aware that their HVAC has an air filter inside of it? Or if they do know that, they think it only needs to be cleaned or changed during their annual HVAC maintenance appointment.
Changing your furnace filter is actually a very important step that you need to take on your own, at least every 3 months during periods of use. This is imperative to keeping your HVAC system running effectively and efficiently.
December 19th, 2016
We may not experience the below-freezing temperatures that other parts of the country do, but that doesn’t mean that our winters aren’t cold enough to necessitate a properly functioning heating system.
So, if you utilize a heat pump and have found that it won’t switch from cooling to heating mode, you may understandably be frustrating. Fortunately, you can rely on our team to quickly resolve the issue once you make an appointment with us. However, in the meantime, we’ve shared some possible issues that may be causing your heat pump to stay in cooling mode.