Have you gotten your AC serviced lately? If it’s been more than a year since your last inspection, you should schedule an appointment. Regular maintenance by a professional is essential to keeping your HVAC system running longer and more efficiently.
Here at Texas Custom Air AC Heating & Refrigeration, we offer HVAC maintenance and repair services. For over 25 years, we’ve fixed AC units, cleaned vents, and installed new systems. When you need a team you can rely on, Texas Custom Air AC Heating & Refrigeration is here to help.
Why Get an Inspection
One of the most important aspects of AC maintenance services is the inspection. This gives us a good idea of your system’s condition and lets us identify any potential problems. We can even catch signs of future issues that you wouldn’t notice until your system goes out.
Identifying problems early can save you money in both energy costs and repairs. It also keeps you and your family comfortable. AC tends to go out when the unit’s under strain, which is usually during extreme temperatures. While we’re available 24/7 for emergencies, you probably don’t want to be without air during the hottest or coldest time of the year.
What Maintenance Includes
When you choose Texas Custom Air AC Heating & Refrigeration, maintenance includes the following:
- Cleaning condenser coils
- Clearing debris from the unit
- Checking for loose electric connections
- Lubricating bearings and motors
- Replacing filters
- Clearing condensate drain
- Recharging refrigerant
We can also check your thermostat to ensure it’s working properly. If you have any concerns, make sure to discuss them with our technicians. As the homeowner, we want you to be fully informed on your HVAC system’s condition so you can make the best choices for your home.
When To Call for Repairs
Even with twice-yearly maintenance, you may need air conditioning repair. Parts can wear out between inspections and extreme weather can put a strain on the system. Here are a few signs that you need to contact a professional for HVAC repair:
- Higher energy bills
- Fan doesn’t turn on
- Vibrating, banging or other strange noises when the AC is running
- Pooling water around the air conditioner
- AC won’t turn on
Why Choose Us
When your HVAC system goes out, you need it up and running as soon as possible. At Texas Custom Air AC Heating & Refrigeration, we know just how important AC is to family comfort and health. Our experts are always ready to help and answer any questions you may have. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, give us a call at (254) 727-5665 or contact us online.