Category: AC Repair

How to Clean an AC Filter

Posted - December 27, 2022
While air conditioners do not require much maintenance, you must clean the air filter regularly. This ensures that your home or business Read More

3 Reasons Your AC Isn’t Working

Posted - December 12, 2022
Few things are more frustrating for a homeowner than discovering that your air conditioner is not working. The first sign that an AC is Read More

How to Stay Cool When Your AC Breaks Down in the Summer

Posted - July 18, 2022
We’re facing one of the hottest summers on record in Texas and your HVAC unit is essential to staying comfortable and out of the heat. Read More

How to Protect Your HVAC Unit From The Summer Heat

Posted - June 17, 2022
With the heat of summer quickly approaching, now is the time to prepare your HVAC system to work well through the season. Few things are Read More

5 Questions to Ask Your HVAC Technician

Posted - May 31, 2022
You should schedule HVAC maintenance once a year. Especially in Texas, where weather hits extreme highs and lows, it’s important that Read More

Where is Your Home Wasting Energy?

Posted - May 16, 2022
Your home has several systems that secure its comfort and keep energy within its walls. Cracks in HVAC delivery output and other parts Read More

Pre-Spring Preparation for Your HVAC System

Posted - March 11, 2022
As another Texas winter slowly begins to usher itself out of the state, it’s time for homeowners to start getting their HVAC systems Read More

Quick Steps to Stay Cool if Your HVAC Goes on the Fritz

Posted - July 30, 2021
Your home's HVAC system helps maintain a comfortable temperature in the summer and winter when temperatures soar and plummet. Sometimes Read More

5 Common HVAC Problems and What They Mean

Posted - July 12, 2021
How to Detect Your Residential AC Unit Problems It’s the middle of summer, you’re relaxing on the couch, cranking up your AC to Read More

Top Reasons Why Your AC is Short Cycling

Posted - June 15, 2021
Your home’s air-conditioner is meant to evenly cool down your home after running a complete cooling cycle. Most cycles take around Read More