September 26th, 2022
Your air conditioner works great – that is until it doesn’t. There’s no countdown to AC repairs so that you can plan ahead for them. But, if you pay close attention to your air conditioner you can identify when something is going wrong. When you address problems early you can prevent them from becoming bigger and spreading throughout your unit.
When it does come down to needing AC repair in Cypress, TX, our team can help. But first, you need to learn the signs of impending AC problems so that you can give us a call before they worsen. Addressing AC repairs early is one of the best ways to take care of your unit, extend its lifespan, and improve the overall efficiency.
September 12th, 2022
Summer is coming to a close very soon, and your AC unit has been working hard since the Springtime. Don’t you think it’s time to give your HVAC system a little TLC? The heat of summer places a lot of strain on your AC as it tries to cool your indoors to a comfortable temperature despite the outside heat and humidity.
Addressing repair needs now is a great way to keep your unit in peak condition and avoid surprise breakdowns over winter or even next summer. If you’re ready to schedule an air conditioning service in Sugar Land, TX, our team can help. In the meantime, learn why it’s important to invest in end-of-season AC repair services.
August 15th, 2022
It’s blazing hot August and home air conditioning systems are more vital than ever—making a failed AC into a major emergency. This is a situation we hope you don’t have to face this summer. You can trust us for air conditioning repair in Katy, TX when your AC gives out on you, but we can’t arrive instantly and solve the problem in seconds. We’ll do our best, as we always do for customers, but we want to arm you with the knowledge necessary to make it through this problem in the best comfort and safety possible.
August 1st, 2022
Texas summers can get extraordinarily hot—and this summer we’re seeing some extreme 100°F+ days. You’ll rely on your air conditioning system for many hours a day to maintain comfortable and safe conditions for your family.
As your local HVAC Contractor in Houston, TX, we want you to enjoy a worry-free summer in your house, even through intense heat waves. We have our regular services to see that your AC receives the repair work it needs if it starts to encounter trouble. But we’d like to help you avoid trouble in the first place. Below, we’ll share some of our best tips for keeping extra strain off your AC. This will help prevent your air conditioning system from overheating and breaking down at the worst possible times.
July 18th, 2022
We’re glad that you recognize something isn’t right with your home’s air conditioning system if you’ve noticed ice forming on it. A common misconception people have about ice on an AC is that it means the cooling system is working really well—so well that it’s creating ice. Or they may think the air conditioner uses ice to cool the air.
An air conditioning system doesn’t use ice to operate. It takes a large amount of energy to create ice (such as in your freezer), much more than would make it worthwhile as a home cooling option. An AC that’s working well will also not generate ice. An AC isn’t “creating” cold but removing heat, and when the air conditioner is working as it should, it won’t cause ice to form.
So what’s actually going on? There are several reasons to see ice developing on the AC.
July 4th, 2022
A common topic about air conditioners is the odd noises that warn of something wrong that may require repairs or basic troubleshooting. We’ve mentioned AC warning noises in several of our blogs.
What’s not talked about as often are the sounds an AC normally makes. These are the sounds you should expect to hear from your air conditioner as it operates. We’ve decided to make this post to tell you what you want to hear from your AC. This will make it easier to put strange noises in context—you’ll have a better idea what constitutes a warning sound.
June 20th, 2022
People are so used to central air conditioning systems that they imagine they’re the only effective way to provide cooling to an entire house. Window air conditioners have obvious limits: in order to cool a house, they need to be placed in every room, and not every room has an available window that works with them. Window ACs also struggle to cool larger rooms. For example, a single window air conditioner won’t do much for a living room.
There’s another option for whole-house cooling, the ductless mini split heat pump. These systems use wall-mounted air handlers to send cooled (or heated) air directly into spaces. They connect through a small hole behind them in the wall to the outdoor cabinet that exhausts heat in the summer.
Is installing a ductless system in Katy, TX for a house an effective method to keep cool during our hot summers? Or is it always inferior to a central HVAC system?
June 6th, 2022
People worry about their air conditioning systems in their homes not turning on when they need them. The opposite problem can also occur—an air conditioner that comes on and then won’t shut off. Not only does this mean a house that’s too cold, it wastes massive amounts of energy!
What can cause this? As with most AC malfunctions, there are several possible suspects. We’ll go through the main ones to help you know when it’s time to call AC comfort for air conditioning repair in Sugar Land, TX that will stop your runaway cooling system.
May 23rd, 2022
Energy costs are high now, and you may not want to look at your electric bills this summer because they make you winch. Unless you want to live miserably through a hot summer in Texas, you’ll have to run your AC … but does it have to cost this much?
The answer is probably “no.” In our experience providing air conditioning service to Cypress, TX and throughout the Katy, TX area, many homeowners have gotten into habits with cooling their homes and operating their air conditioning systems that unnecessarily waste power. You may not have control over the price of energy, but you do have some methods to slice away wasteful habits and power-draining mistakes.
Allow us to go through what you might be doing wrong so we can help you make corrections that will keep your house cool for less.
May 9th, 2022
The compressor is the heart of your central air conditioning system. Almost literally, since it does a similar job to the heart in a body: it pumps a vital substance through a circulatory system that allows for an exchange. In the case of the compressor, it exchanges heat, moving heat from inside a home to outside it to cool down the interior.
Not only does the compressor perform an essential function for your air conditioner, it also consumes the most power to run. Most of the electricity you use to power the AC goes to the compressor’s motor. When the compressor fails, you’ll face two problems: an air conditioner that can’t cool; and a repair that may be too expensive to justify, leading to having to replace the entire system.
This is why watching for signs of a dying AC compressor is helpful: you may avoid an early replacement and be able to have an air conditioning repair in Katy, TX that will keep your cooling system working for several more years.