Home AC and Heater Repair Service
The dreary, cold days of winter are here, and spring is still a ways away. With winter comes some colder temperatures. Depending on where you live, winter may be the time that you turn your heater on for the first time in months. If your heater is not working like it did last season, there is a good chance you need a home AC and heater repair service. One of the most common issues is a problem with your AC condenser if you have a heat pump.
When your heat pump condenser is not working properly, chances are, it is either dirty, or blocked. If you suspect that this is the problem, please contact a professional. Dirty, or blocked condensers are one of the most common problems in residential refrigeration. However, there are a couple of things you can look out for to stop this from happening to you.
Bushes, or Plants That Are Overrun: Sometimes your furnace unit has started to become overrun by bushes, and plants.
Escaped Lint: You may also see clothes dryer lint stuck to the coil. Depending on where the clothes dryer vent is placed, it is possible for small, or large pieces of lint leaving the vent to get sucked into the condenser coil.
Either one of these items by themselves, or the two combined, can cause a blockage, and therefore partially block the condenser’s airflow, which causes high condenser pressures, and inefficiencies. If you notice one of these problems, make sure to take care of it right away.
For more information, please contact us. We would be delighted to take care of all your air conditioning and heating needs in Texas and New Mexico.
Central AC Repair pros discuss ducts, not ducks.
Have you ever been told by friends and family that it’s important to have your system’s duct work periodically cleaned by a central AC repair company? If so, whoever told you that was absolutely right on the money. That’s because HVAC systems’ duct work is notorious for harboring dust, debris, mold, mildew and pests.
If that isn’t disturbing enough, over time, all of that build-up may also impact the system’s effectiveness and efficiency. After all, in order for an HVAC system to function as it was intended, air has to make its way through those ducts. Therefore, it stands to reason that the more dirt and debris is present, the less efficient a HVAC unit will be.
What your learned friends and family members may not have shared with you is how crucial it is to select the right central air conditioning company for the job. HVAC systems’ duct work, if not cleaned correctly, may sustain noticeable damage. That’s why it’s important to select knowledgeable, highly rated, central AC repair technicians that opt to use time-tested, cleaning methods. They tend to effectively, and safely, remove mildew, mold, debris and dust from a variety of duct work set-ups.
Once our highly trained technicians finish thoroughly servicing your central A/C system, there is a good chance that you’ll notice a marked improvement in efficiency and indoor air quality. If you do not, keep in mind that our superior trained technicians offer a 15% energy saving guarantee and free energy surveys.
We also offer hassle-free maintenance agreement plans, up-front pricing, on-time service guarantees, three year system warranties and check call status updates for those that may be interested. So there is no chance that our service techs will leave you red-faced and fuming over unfulfilled promises. To learn more about our central AC repair and routine maintenance services, please contact our SoBellas cooling specialists at (800) 617-6235 today.
The guys in the yellow booties are here for all your air conditioner repair needs, along with expert swamp cooler conversions. Look to the pros if you have any questions about converting to refrigerated air conditioning with SoBellas. Call us with questions like, how much does refrigerated air cost or anything about refrigerated air conversion.
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