HVAC Contractors

August 29, 2017
Air Conditioners After Hurricanes

What To Do After the Flood (Must Read)

We have had a horrible experience here in Houston and particularly Kingwood with Hurricane Harvey. You may be wondering what to do after the flood with your AC unit. When you have been through a traumatic experience like your home flooding, there is so much to take care of when you return. Before You Return After the Flood Before you return home, you can find out what your insurance policy covers. You will need to know if your policy covers storm damage or flooding. If a storm damages your exterior AC unit, your insurance is likely to cover repair or […]
June 2, 2017

Air Conditioner Troubleshooting (DIY)

Your air conditioning system is complex, but if it is not cooling right, sometimes simple air conditioner troubleshooting can identify a problem. There are several steps you can take before calling your HVAC technician. These may help you to pinpoint and even fix a simple issue. Try these air conditioner troubleshooting tips to see if they fix the problem first! Power Issues First, if your air conditioning unit is not coming on at all, check the breaker that controls the unit in your electrical breaker box. When a breaker is overloaded, it causes the breaker to trip, not allowing power to […]
March 15, 2017

Coil Cleaning

Dirty Condenser Coils: If a condenser becomes dirty or fouled, less heat transfer can take place from the refrigerant to the surrounding environment. As the heat inside and outside become closer to the same, the less efficient your condenser will be. Eventually, a compressor burnout can occur. Dirty or blocked condensers are one of the most frequent service problems in commercial refrigeration and summer air conditioning fields today. To keep your condenser working at peak efficiency, be sure there is plenty of clearance space where there are no plants or dryer lint can get caught around the condenser unit preventing […]