March 20th, 2023
Spring is fast approaching which means the flowers are blooming and things are warming up. This makes it easier to plan outdoor picnics and get-togethers but harder to keep your home’s indoor air quality up to par.
You may not realize it but if you have a well-sealed home, then your indoor air quality may be worse than the air quality outside. We can help. Let’s discuss one of the best options to help you combat poor air quality in your home: an electronic air cleaner.
March 6th, 2023
A heat pump repair need can pop up a few times over the years that you use your system. While largely reliable, a heat pump isn’t invincible.
If your heat pump is struggling to keep your home comfortable. then it is worthwhile to have it checked out by a trained professional.
Here are some of the warning signs to watch for that will tell you when it is time to repair your heat pump system. If you pick up on these indicators or notice something else seems off with your system, it is worthwhile to talk to a technician.
February 20th, 2023
The weather lately can feel like it is giving us whiplash. One day it’s in the 80s, the next you need your winter clothes to handle a 50° day.
You know that now is usually the time when you would want to schedule maintenance but, at this point, you’re wondering what system you should actually be focusing on.
The truth is that the answer may be both. We’ll break down when and why you should schedule maintenance in San Antonio for your AC or heater so you can contact us with confidence.
November 21st, 2022
If you have a furnace, you can expect it to last anywhere from 15 to 20 years before needing to be replaced. But if you have an older home, furnace replacement may be sooner rather than later. Getting a new furnace can be a great investment for your home and family. A new unit is reliable and offers much better efficiency than older units.
But how do you prepare to overhaul your heating system and install a new furnace? We have some tips to help you understand the furnace installation process so you know exactly what to expect. Then, when you’re ready for your furnace install you can give us a call to schedule the initial appointment. We can answer your questions about furnaces and compare your options so you can pick the best one for your family.
November 18th, 2022
January first is right around the corner, which means that our customers need to be ready for the SEER2 update that’s going to take place. While it might not personally affect your decisions right now, it could heavily impact your options and budget for the next few years if you’re inclined to purchase a new air conditioning system or heat pump. Let us explain.
November 7th, 2022
When you stop and think about how a heat pump works, it’s likely one of the more fascinating inventions. But, you probably don’t think much about the “how” behind your home getting heated and cooled. You’re just happy that your heat pump works great and keeps your home comfortable year-round.
However, because your heat pump both heats and cools your home, it’s working around the clock without ever ceasing. It can take on a lot of wear and tear each year, and heating maintenance is crucial to making sure it continues to work great. If you need heat pump repair in New Braunfels, our team can help. In the meantime, keep reading to learn why heating maintenance is one of the best investments you can make in your home.
October 24th, 2022
Summer has come to a close and you may be looking forward to the cooler temperatures of fall. You can rely less on your AC unit to keep you cool, but that doesn’t mean you’re off the hook for end-of-season AC repairs. The time for air conditioning repair in San Antonio is now, as the cooling season winds down and you switch your unit over to heat.
It’s easy to tell yourself that you can deal with any potential AC problems next year, but do you really want to do that? Chances are you’ll forget about all the little signs you’ve noticed that your AC is in need of repair. When you switch your unit back over to cooling next year, your unit may not work as efficiently as you expect to cool your home. It’s important to address those potential end-of-season AC repairs now so you don’t have to later on.
October 10th, 2022
You already know from reading our blog that having annual maintenance on your HVAC system is important. But did you know that duct sealing is equally important? It may not need to be done every single year but it definitely needs to be done at some point during the life of your unit. Over time, your duct sealing wears out, leaving gaps and holes where cold air can escape and warm air (plus dust, dirt, and allergens) can enter your system.
Checking for these areas of wear and sealing them can help ensure you have better indoor air quality. Plus your AC unit will work more efficiently. So, if you need indoor air quality service in San Antonio, call our team. Keep reading to learn more about how duct sealing can help your home and family.
September 26th, 2022
If your AC is ten years or older, you’re inching closer to needing a complete AC replacement. Even with regular maintenance, your AC unit won’t last forever. You probably want to get as much life out of your air conditioner as you can. But what happens when repair bills start to rack up and it seems like your system is never working like it used to?
It may be time for a new AC unit. Well, AC installation in San Antonio, TX, has never been easier. We know that taking the leap to install a new HVAC system is a big one. It takes time and money, but it is well worth the investment. If you’re wondering what signs indicate that it’s time to replace your AC unit, keep reading to learn more.
September 12th, 2022
In the distant future, our smart thermostats may get upgraded with smart HVAC units that go so far as to alert you of broken or damaged parts. Until then, it’s up to us as homeowners to pay attention to signs that our HVAC systems need repairs or maintenance. The best way to do that is by simply listening.
When you pay attention to unusual sounds coming from your air conditioner, you can stay ahead of San Antonio AC repair needs. Before you give us a call, read on to learn what sounds indicate that something is wrong. While it’s normal for your air conditioner to make some quiet, steady sounds, the five below mean that you need to call us right away for a repair.