Yes, winter is in full swing and we are sure you have more than enough going on and we don’t want to add anything onto your “To-Do” list. If anything, we are bringing up heating maintenance because we want to make sure you can avoid having to add more tasks to your calendar later on. After all, scheduling HVAC maintenance in Fort Worth, TX is always going to be a better alternative than needing to reach out for heating repairs.
You may not be entirely enthralled with the idea of having someone come to your home to do a maintenance check-up on your heater. Especially because that might mean you would need to turn your heater off for a little while. Well, because we strongly believe that maintenance is vital to the long-term operation of your HVAC system, we want you to know why a tune-up is absolutely worth your time, even if it is late in the year.
A common question that professional HVAC technicians hear is, “Should there be ice on my air conditioner’s coils?” The answer is no, but we understand why people are confused about whether this is normal or not.
After all, the air pushed out of the vents in an air conditioning system feels like it’s chilled, as if it were run across ice. It’s a quick jump from that thought to believing that ice must have some role in air conditioning a space, or at least that ice is a normal byproduct of the cooling process.
It isn’t! In fact, ice along the indoor coils of an air conditioner (the evaporator coils) is a warning sign of a problem. It might be a minor issue. Or it could be a potential catastrophe that will eventually require replacing the whole air conditioning system. We recommend you call for our professional repair service to look into your air conditioning system in Fort Worth, TX to see what needs to be done.
You 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!
Winter 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.
Did you forget to have your maintenance done at the beginning of the fall or winter? If you’ve made it this far without a repair issue, then we’re happy for you. However, we also can’t ignore the fact that your system may have been performing less efficiently during that time. In other words, you may have been paying more than was necessary!
While many homeowners think that maintenance is nothing more than a preventive service, they would be missing out on the larger picture. As it turns out, maintenance is the best way to save your money throughout the lifespan of your furnace.
As a contractor who performs HVAC services as well as plumbing services, we often get asked about how to lower the monthly cost of heating and cooling the home. When it comes to plumbing, it’s a similar game: people want to know how they can lower their monthly water bill.
The answer to both is virtually the same: use your resources wisely, and don’t be afraid to make upgrades for the sake of efficiency.
In this post, we’ll explain various ways you can start lowering your water bill.
The classic central AC and furnace setups use ducts: the ventilation system that transports cooled or heated air through to all the rooms of your home. It’s a fast and effective way of treating your entire home with air.
Yet, if you’ve heard of all the wonderful benefits of ductless mini split heat pumps, then you know that they do away with the ducts entirely. This comes with its own benefits and makes for an attractive option… but what are you supposed to do with your ducts, then? The real question becomes: “Should I just forget about my ducts in favor of ductless?”
People 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.
As a homeowner, you know there are some jobs you don’t want to tackle. Work on electrical wiring, circuits, and breakers? You’re likely worried that’s a shortcut to a shocking experience. Reroof your house in the middle of a Texas summer? The only place you want to be when it’s over a hundred degrees outside is indoors with the AC set on high.
Many people, though, feel they can do their own plumbing repairs. As we’ll discuss below, there are good reasons to hire a professional plumber.
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