Frymire Home Services Blog

Short Cycling Requires an Air Conditioning Repair Service

April 16th, 2018

air-conditioning-repairWith the arrival of spring, your air conditioner is going to see increasing use, and just a few short weeks from now, you’ll likely be running it all day every day to fight our high Texas heat. That means now is the time to check your system for any significant problems it may be experiencing. Doing so means you can address the problem before the weather turns too hot: saving you money and effort in the process.

One sure-fire way to check for trouble is to schedule a service session with a trained technician. But you yourself can often determine if something is wrong with your system simply by observing abnormal behavior. And one of the easiest things to check for is a process known as short cycling. If you spot it, you need to call a repair service immediately.

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Rely on Plumbing Services to Clean Stubborn Clogs

April 10th, 2018

electric-auger-drainClogs are one of the most common issues affecting your household plumbing. You can keep them at bay by watching what you throw down the drain, and refraining from doing so with problematic materials like hot grease or potato peelings. But sooner or later, every drain will develop a clog.

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Give Your AC a Boost This Summer

April 2nd, 2018

air-conditioning-costsEverything is bigger in Texas, and unfortunately, that includes the heat and humidity of summer too. Temperatures can sore into the triple digits in summer weather, and with high relative humidity levels, your home can feel like a steaming jungle if you let it. A reliable air conditioner is vital to keeping our households comfortable during the summer months.

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4 Ways to Prepare Your Home for Warmer Weather

March 19th, 2018

We’re used to the warmer weather here in the Dallas area, but that doesn’t mean your home is used to it! If your house is not ready to deal with the weather ahead, you might have to deal with uneven temperatures around the home, poor energy efficiency, or even a complete air conditioning system breakdown.

It’s never too early, at least in Texas, to start preparing your home for the warmer weather so that you don’t have to worry about big problems with home efficiency or AC performance when summer comes. Here are our expert tips to keeping things in great shape for the heat to come.

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The Benefits of Joining the Right Maintenance Program

March 13th, 2018

Your air conditioner is one of the most important components of your home—if not the most important system—when you live in Texas. Protect your investment with the help of a maintenance program from a professional HVAC contractor. But don’t choose just any maintenance plan for your valuable system. Find a plan that offers what you really need.

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The Best Ways to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

March 5th, 2018

allergies-woman-blowing-noseMost calls to our HVAC company (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) are from customers needing to make the temperatures in their homes more tolerable. This is certainly an important factor in your home comfort, and it’s the reason we’re in business, but it’s not the only factor. Comfort depends on a lot of things: a working air conditioner, a comfy mattress and couch, and good indoor air quality.

Unfortunately, many homeowners don’t realize that there’s a lot you can do about poor indoor air quality. Others purchase small portable air purifiers that only help with a small part of your home’s air quality. But the best way to improve your air quality is with a whole-house system. We’ve got some choice selections for whole-home indoor air quality systems below, along with a few expert tips.

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What You Should Know About Your Garbage Disposal

February 19th, 2018

kitchen-sink-faucetYour garbage disposal provides a way for you to not have to think about the food waste you put into the sink. Because of that, we don’t blame you for not spending much time thinking about the inner workings of your garbage disposal. However, there are some things we think any responsible garbage disposal owner should know if they want to prevent repairs and drain clogs.

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Should You Repair or Replace Your Heater?

February 13th, 2018

furnace-unit-old-openYour heater doesn’t get as much use in Texas as it would elsewhere in the country. It is also somewhat hidden in your home, so you probably don’t consider what condition it is in until you start to notice problems.

We understand that you wouldn’t want to replace a heater that still has a few good years left in it. However, sometimes a replacement is simply your most logical option. We’re here to help you sort through the reasons you might replace your heater, rather than seeking repairs, in today’s quick guide.

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Don’t Ignore These Noises from Your Heater

February 5th, 2018

no-hear-sound-woman-earsSometimes, a heating system breaks down with little or no warning at all. It goes from working just fine throughout the day and night to suddenly not turning on at all. However, this is quite an uncommon occurrence. Unless there is a sudden failure of an electrical component, a furnace usually gives off some sign that it is on the brink of failure.

Often, this sign of trouble comes in the form of an odd noise. While it may be accompanied by some unusual performance from your heater, the noise is what helps you to narrow down the cause. Today, we hope to show you what those noises may mean and why it is so important to call technicians in at their first sounding off. Don’t ignore these furnace noises!

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All About Going Ductless for Air and Heat

January 22nd, 2018

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Adding ducts takes time and effort that may not be worth it to you, especially when there are other options for heating and cooling. And when you have a ductless heating and air conditioning system, it’s just as comfortable and efficient as central air and heat!

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