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Comparing Old and New Air Conditioners

July 17, 2019

If you are looking to save money on cooling costs during the summer months, it may be worth putting in a new air conditioner. Let’s take a look at some of the potential benefits of doing so and how you know it is time to make a change in air conditioners. Old Air Conditioners Can Cost More to Maintain Even the best air conditioners will start to break or become less efficient over time. At in San Antonio, we can conduct routine inspections as well as make any necessary repairs. Our inspections are thorough, and you will get a full report detailing any problems or issues that may need to be corrected. This can be useful when determining whether your current unit needs to be upgraded. If you decide that it’s time to get a new air conditioner, we can install it for you. An Old Air Conditioner Can Be Loud Over time, it can be difficult to keep parts lubricated and free from debris. Therefore, your air conditioner may make a lot of noise when it comes on or when it shuts off. It is also not uncommon for older units to be louder than newer ones while they...

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Why You Need to Change Your Air Filter

July 1, 2019

Changing an air filter is one of the simplest maintenance tasks that you can complete. However, it is also one of the most important. Leaving a dirty air filter in place can cause significant damage to your system. Estimates vary on how frequently you ought to do this, and it does depend somewhat on the quality of the filters you use. Ideally, you would change an air conditioner’s air filter every 30 days. Even if you have a relatively dust-free environment and a good filter in place, you should still change it at least every 90 days. How Do You Know That an Air Filter Is Dirty? Generally speaking, the filter will get darker as it collects dust, pollen and other material from the air. If you can’t see any light passing through the filter itself, it is a good idea to make a change. Check the air conditioner’s air filter once every week or two to make sure that it is in passable condition. If for any reason you find this inconvenient, you can arrange routine maintenance that includes this service by engaging the conscientious professionals at in San Antonio. What Happens If You Don’t Change a Dirty Filter?...

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3 Important Reasons to Replace Your Air Conditioner

June 15, 2019

So your air conditioner has broken down or simply isn’t running as well as it used to. You’re now faced with that age-old question: is it worth it to repair your air conditioner or should you just buy a new one? Hopefully, this informative guide will help you decide. Here are three reasons you might want to contact in San Antonio, TX, to assist you when you need to replace your air conditioner. 1. The AC Is More Than 10 Years Old Air conditioners generally have a life-span of about fifteen years, assuming you maintain it regularly and keep it in good shape. If your air conditioner is more than ten years old, then it is very likely reaching the end of its useful life, even if you do repair it. In this case, it’s probably more cost-effective just to replace your current AC system by getting a new one. This makes more sense for the long term. 2. Your Air Conditioner Still Uses R-22 R-22 is a refrigerant that is being phased out of use due to new laws aiming to protect Earth’s ozone layer. Modern air conditioner models almost all use R410A, which is not only more environmentally...

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Which Air Conditioning System Is Right for You?

June 1, 2019

Gone are the days of simple air conditioners that only blow out cool air. Air conditioning technology has come a long way to suit all sorts of specific needs. No matter what your dilemma is, there’s likely an air conditioning device to make things easier and more affordable for you. Allergy Sufferers One of the latest developments in the heating and air conditioning world is the UV air sanitizer service. This device works with the heating or air conditioner’s air filter to remove airborne bacteria. If you have allergies, then this system would be a good fit for you. Also, if you have pets in the home, the UV air sanitizer eliminates pet dander that can be floating around. Issues with Excess Moisture Depending on the area that your home is in, you may experience issues that come along with too much humidity. When there’s too much moisture in the air in your house, problems such as mold or pests can flourish. If this is your problem, then a dehumidifier would be a great option to look into for your heating and air conditioning needs. The technicians at in San Antonio, TX, specialize in the installation, repair, and maintenance of...

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3 Easy Ways to Controlling Static Electricity at Home

May 22, 2019

It can be a little shocking, literally, when static electricity starts to build up at your home. In addition to giving you small jolts when you touch certain items or other people, static can also cause clothes to stick together and hair to stick straight up. Fortunately, there are some ways in which this issue can be addressed. 1. Add Moisture Dry air and static electricity can sometimes go hand in hand. To improve things at home, consider putting in a whole-home humidifier. Many modern units are relatively efficient and quiet to run. They can be purchased to be an independent appliance or hooked up to your existing HVAC system. At , we work with many clients in the Greater San Antonio area who are interested in improving comfort conditions at home, and we always individualize our recommendations based on our assessments. 2. Add House Plants While a whole-home humidifier should be able to handle things, some people in smaller places may want to take a different approach. In this case, we’d recommend adding plants to your home. Plants release a lot of moisture, so they can do the same job as a humidifier but just on a smaller scale....

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Knowing When It Is Time for AC Tune-Ups

May 2, 2019

Air conditioning tune-ups come with a myriad of benefits, and everyone with an AC system, be it a central unit, heat pump, or mini-split, is encouraged to get a tune-up at least every spring. The following are just a few signs, which homeowners themselves can look out for, that the time has come for a tune-up. A Rise in Electricity Bills Unusually high utility bills are perhaps the main warning sign, and these can have a variety of causes. For example, dirty filters and clogged vents may be forcing the AC system to work harder. A leak in the vents could also be responsible. Short-Cycling and Less-Than-Stellar Performance Homeowners may want to ask themselves if it seems like their AC is taking longer than before to meet the temperature on the thermostat. This could be the result of a failing fan motor. If the AC is short-cycling (constantly turning on and off), it could signify low refrigerant levels or dirty evaporator coils. Uneven cooling is another issue that could spell the need for a tune-up. Strange Noises and Unpleasant Odors There are some noises the AC should not make. A banging noise suggests a loose or broken component, especially a...

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Tips for Fixing Uneven Cooling in Your Home

April 20, 2019

Uneven cooling can be uncomfortable. Air conditioning is meant to keep your entire home cool and comfortable when it’s hot outside. Over time, factors like age, dirty filters, and ductwork issues can cause your cooling system to operate less than optimally. If you’re too hot in one room and too cold in another, then it’s time to act. Here are a few ways to fix uneven cooling in your home. Check Your Air Vents Look around your home to determine if there are any dirty or blocked vents. The vents and registers can cause uneven cooling when furniture or other items are blocking them. Excessive debris and dust can also cause your air conditioning to be distributed unevenly. To resolve this issue, vacuum your registers and vents with an attachment. Schedule an AC Maintenance Visit When air leaks are present in your home’s duct system, the air that’s being sent to one part of the system hemorrhages into other areas before it reaches its destination. Duct holes, leaks, and tears make your air conditioner work harder to compensate. This can result in more problems and may even decrease the appliance’s lifespan. If your home is experiencing intense temperature variations, then...

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How to Maintain Great Indoor Air Quality

April 9, 2019

When allergy season comes around, you may just want to stay inside and keep out of the polluted outdoor air. However, the indoors can cause just as much suffering from allergies and asthma if your air quality is poor. There can be a variety of reasons for poor air quality indoors. However, there are several things you can do to get and maintain great indoor air quality. What Causes Bad Indoor Air Quality? Many cleaning supplies and paints contain harmful chemicals that get into the air. Dust buildup, low AC unit efficiency, poor air circulation and more can cause a lot of problems and make it hard for you to breathe. Too much moisture in the air contributes to mold and mildew growth, which in turn will affect your allergies or asthma. Getting the Quality You Want Here are a few easy ways you can maintain good air quality: Get house plants that clean your air of pollutants Have your air conditioning system cleaned regularly Ventilate your home with a cross breeze There are plenty of houseplants, like rubber plants, that remove chemicals like formaldehyde from the air in addition to adding oxygen. When your AC unit is dirty and...

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3 Reasons to Get Professional Heating Help

March 20, 2019

Some homeowners here in the greater San Antonio area try to hire unlicensed contractors to work on their heating systems. The following provides the reasons why this is a bad idea that can be a dangerous practice. 1. Heating Professionals Are Knowledgeable Heating system contractors and technicians are highly trained and experienced in dealing with older and newer state-of-the-art heating systems. They know how to properly size your heating system to meet the needs of your home. They also understand how to make your heating system run at its peak efficiency when you invite them in for your annual heating maintenance appointment. Additionally, they know about a dizzying array of brands, parts, and specifications in order to keep your heating system running at its peak. 2. Heating Professionals Keep Your System Safe Hiring unlicensed people to work on heating systems is just asking for trouble. Many furnaces run on natural gas, which is explosive. Workers who are not highly trained and/or licensed can fail to read the warning signs of safety problems. When this happens, your family can be put in harm’s way due to the releases of carbon monoxide or gas or by frayed electrical wires. Your family’s safety...

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Expectations for Your HVAC Repair Appointment

March 8, 2019

Dealing with a heating or cooling system that needs major repairs or replacement can be stressful. Trying to find a reliable and professional company to handle the job can add stress to this situation. Fortunately, most HVAC companies are experienced and wholly committed to providing superb customer service and expert work. understands your concerns, and we always follow the same processes of superior service for every job we undertake. You can expect the same services every time. Certified and Licensed Technicians When you’re researching a professional heating and cooling company, you’ll want to know about certification and training. HVAC certification means that the technicians are qualified to install, repair, and maintain heating and cooling systems in their state and have passed exams. There are three main types of certifications: the North American Technical Excellence (NATE) certification, the HVAC Excellence certification, and the EPA federal certification to handle refrigerants. is fully certified and licensed as well as bonded and insured in the state of Texas, and we have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. On Time and Courteous Any heating and cooling company that’s reputable will be sincere about gaining and retaining satisfied customers. This means that HVAC professionals...

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