Frymire Home Services Blog: Archive for the ‘Air Conditioning’ Category

Should My AC Be Leaking Water?

Monday, June 24th, 2019

air-conditioner-units-near-grassSince you spend a great deal of time with an air conditioning system running in your house during the summer, you’ll be familiar with the different sounds that come from the cabinets. One of these is the occasional dripping of water. So it might not surprise you to see water dripping from the indoor cabinet.

But should you see water dripping from your AC? The short answer: no. An air conditioner that’s leaking water has some issue wrong with the condensate drainage. We’ll get into what that means and what to do about it below.

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The Victory Comfort Club: Here to Help Your AC Through Summer

Monday, June 10th, 2019

air-conditioner-on-leavesYou already know what a summer in Dallas-Fort Worth can be like. Even if you haven’t already experienced a summer here, you can make a good guess at how intense the heat is. The long, hot season makes it essential that home air conditioning systems are in top shape to handle the weather. Like “marathon runner” shape—because the Texas summers can sure feel like a marathon!

Fortunately, we have the right program to train and tone your home’s air conditioning system for the coming summer. It’s our Victory Comfort Club. When you join, you’ll receive a precision tune-up for your AC as well as other benefits. Our expert technicians will return your air conditioner to “factory fresh” conditioner each year!

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My AC Isn’t Cooling Enough!

Monday, May 13th, 2019

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Your air conditioner is designed to do one thing really well:

Cool your home!

So you can imagine how frustrating it can be to have an AC that doesn’t seem to be doing its job. Or maybe you don’t have to imagine it if you’re currently living in that situation.

Whether you’re just being proactive, or if you’re trying to figure out why your AC isn’t cooling like it’s supposed to, keep in mind that there are countless possible reasons. If you want your problem solved faster, call up an air conditioning expert in North Dallas, TX.

In the meantime, see if any of these things sound like the reason for your cooling issues:

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Is Now the Time to Replace That Old AC?

Monday, March 18th, 2019

old-ac-needs-replacementWinter is at its end, but that doesn’t mean temperatures will become sweltering in the next few days. There’s still plenty of time left until summer hits. One way to use that time wisely is by checking in on your air conditioner: it just might be time to have it replaced! Of course, AC repair in Forth Worth, TX is a viable option, too, but there are some cases where repair might actually be worse than replacement. Allow us to explain.

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Maximizing Heat Pump Efficiency for Summer and Winter

Monday, November 12th, 2018

ductless-heat-pumpBeyond the installation, the true game of owning an HVAC system is all about lowering monthly operational costs. While heat pumps are already notorious for their efficiency, the efficiency rating is just one factor of the entire efficiency equation.

Whether it’s by taking advantage of the heat pump’s features, or through changing your own usage habits, there are plenty of ways to increase your efficiency. We’ll cover just three of them in today’s post.

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Are Your Ducts Beyond Repair?

Sunday, August 19th, 2018

hvac-technician-repairing-ductworkThe ducts are the tunnels of vents that send cool and warm air around your home. It’s hard to imagine why they would need to be replaced. After all, how much damage could they take if all they do is help blow some air around?

In this post, we’ll help explain a few reasons for how and why your ducts might fall beyond repair.

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The Whole Family Benefits From A Zone Control System

Monday, August 6th, 2018

family-relaxing-together-in-living-roomCan an air conditioner be family-friendly? Beyond the normal use of having it cool your home, you’d probably never think of an AC in that way. However, with a zone control system, you can turn it into a device that considers the needs of everyone in your family.

Not only that, there are various benefits that will keep the energy costs down, too. Who doesn’t love saving money?

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Are Heat Pumps Efficient All Year-Round?

Monday, July 9th, 2018

floor-mounted-mitsubishi-heat-pumpPeople talk about heat pumps like they’re the best thing that ever happened to air conditioning. Unlike a normal AC, they can be used for cooling and heating. But is it really as good as they say? Is it going to last you through the hot and cold seasons alike?

In this post, we’ll see if heat pumps are truly efficient all year-round.

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3 Deceivingly Simple AC Issues

Monday, June 25th, 2018

ac-repairIt’s a hot summer day. Suddenly, your AC stops working. Uh oh. Is it broken? Did it overheat? Do you need a new one? Is it going to catch fire and explode? Hold on, don’t panic! It’s probably not nearly as bad as it seems.

An AC is a carefully calibrated unit. When one component stops working, it has a domino effect on the entire system. When left it unchecked, it certainly can cause a lot of damage, and you’ll want to get it serviced for AC repair in North Dallas, TX. But as for the main cause of your AC problems, it could be something as simple as…

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3 Qualities to Look for in Air Conditioning Repair

Monday, May 14th, 2018

air-conditioning-repairsSummer is on its way, and the weather in our part of the world routinely hits triple digits during the hottest months. That makes a reliable air conditioner a necessity as much as a luxury. If your system suffers a breakdown for even a few hours, it can be catastrophic for your home: turning it into an oven and forcing you to go about your life in oppressive heat.

A good air conditioning repair service can be worth its weight in gold when it comes to such breakdowns. But how do you know which one is right for you? There are plenty of qualified services in the area. How can you separate the best ones from the ones who are merely “good enough”?

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