Why Is My Heating System Blowing Cold Air?

November 21, 2019

As the cold season approaches, more of us will be turning up the heat in our homes. The last thing you want to experience is a cool breeze coming from your home’s heating system when you want to warm up. We’ve put together the following suggestions to help you in the event your heating system blows cool air. Your Filter May Be Clogged You should ideally change your air filter every one to three months. If it has been a while and your HVAC system is blowing cold air when you are attempting to warm up, a clogged or dirty...

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Why Does My Heating System Keep Turning Off?

November 12, 2019

Your heating system was working just fine at the end of last year’s heating season. Now, it just keeps turning on and off. What happened? Is There Debris in the Flue? Over the summer, leaves and other debris could have fallen into the heating system’s exhaust pipe. Animals may have thought it was a good place to build a nest. Debris in the flue will cause the hot gases produced to bank back down into the furnace. The added hot gases can cause the inside of the furnace to overheat. A heat sensor on the furnace checking for this condition...

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What Signs Will My HVAC Have if it’s Leaking Freon or has a Refrigerant Leak?

October 28, 2019

What Should I Do If My AC Is Leaking Freon? A common issue your air conditioning system can experience as it ages is a refrigerant leak. The refrigerant is called freon there are two common types. R22 is being phased out and 410A. The HVAC system works to cool your home by removing warm air from within your home and transfer it outside. Freon is not supposed to leak, but for various reasons, freon can begin to leak and will cause performance and efficiency issues. Keep in mind that you should never have to refill or top of the refrigerant...

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What Are The Signs That My Furnace Needs Attention?

October 24, 2019

As the temperatures drop in the fall, it’s time to kick on the heating side of your HVAC system. Why Will My Heat Not Come On? Confirm the set point on thermostat is higher than the current temperature in your home Confirm the furnace in the attic is turned on Confirm the gas is turned on to the furnace If none of the above solve the issue, call out an HVAC tech. Why Is My Heater Only Blowing Cold Air? This suggests there is an electrical issue within the system and your system is only running the blower fan. Why...

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Signs You’re Overworking Your Heating System

October 22, 2019

During colder months, running the heater 24/7 becomes almost unavoidable. Who wants to suffer through unbearably chilly weather? While putting the heating system through an endurance test may be unavoidable, so can a breakdown. A heater can only handle so much work. Be mindful of these signs that indicate you might be overworking your heating system. The Thermostat Is Wearing Out Specifically, the buttons on the thermostat are wearing down because you regularly adjust the temperature. Hitting the “up and down” buttons on the thermostat isn’t something you should do multiple times per day. If you can’t get the heating...

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Thermostat Reading the Wrong Temperature?

October 2, 2019

Do you suspect that the temperature shown on your home thermostat may be inaccurate? You may be surprised to learn that it is a common problem, but it can often be a frustrating issue when the difference is just a few degrees. Here are a few reasons why incorrect thermostat readings happen. Inadequate Placement is an award-winning HVAC company that serves residential customers in Lewisville and throughout the surrounding areas. When it comes to inaccurate thermostat readings, poor positioning within the home is the leading cause. Even too much sunlight can affect the measurement. Dirty Contacts Whether you have an...

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Steps to Dog Proof Your HVAC System

September 25, 2019

If you’re a dog owner, you should always consider taking measures to ensure that your faithful canine friend does not damage your home’s HVAC system. Dog-proofing also serves the important purpose of keeping your four-legged companion safe from the dangers of tampering with electrical wiring. At , we advise all our customers in Lewisville, TX, to keep their furry friends safe by following a few simple dog-proofing tips. Let’s look at three steps to easily dog-proof your HVAC system. 1. Keep Wiring Wrapped Your HVAC system’s wiring is a prime candidate for being mistaken for a chew toy by your...

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September HVAC Maintenance Tips

September 12, 2019

When autumn arrives, it will be time to prepare your HVAC system for the impending cold weather. Scheduling your heating system tune-up is easy with as we have maintenance plans and services. Before our arrival, there are some DIY items you’ll be able to complete to help ensure that everything is running smoothly. We’ll take care of the difficult tasks like lubricating your system and checking the connections. We’ll also test your system and make sure everything is operating as it should to reduce the chances of needing catastrophic repairs. Here’s How to Prepare for Your Visit from the HVAC...

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How Texas Summer Weather Can Negatively Impact Your AC System

August 7, 2019

Summers in Texas typically feature heat, humidity, and thunderstorms. These things can all wreak havoc on your AC system. This means that it’s important to take action before the weather starts to heat up. Hot Temperatures Cause Air Conditioners to Work Harder An air conditioner can only do its job efficiently when the temperature outside is cooler than the temperature in the compressor unit. On especially hot days, it may feel as if your AC system is doing little or nothing to keep your home comfortable. If you own an older or otherwise inefficient unit, the folks at in Lewisville...

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5 Causes of AC Airflow Problems

July 11, 2019

One of the main indicators of airflow problems is that there will be hot and cold spots throughout your home. If you let this issue go unresolved, your air compressor may end up getting damaged. That’s why it’s recommended that you have your AC unit inspected and repaired as soon as you notice any airflow issues or problems with your house getting cool. 1. Slow Motor Fan If the fan in your AC unit is not moving properly, the air will not get cooled. Dirt, dust, and grime can accumulate in the motor or on the fan itself and cause...

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