Symptoms of a Dirty Coil

January 12, 2020

Cleanliness is key when it comes to heating and cooling your home affordably and efficiently. In addition to cleaning and routinely replacing your air filter, your HVAC system’s evaporator coil also needs attention. If you’ve never looked at your evaporator coil, the following symptoms indicate that it’s likely time for a cleaning. Reduced Effectiveness One of the first signs of a dirty coil you may notice is your air conditioner suddenly become less effective at cooling your home. Dust and grime diminish the evaporator coil’s ability to remove heat from the air. At , we’ve seen this problem all too...

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New Year’s Resolutions for Your HVAC System

December 25, 2019

Finding ways to save a little bit of extra money is a fairly common New Year’s resolution. You can put yourself on the path to significant cost savings in the new year by merely finding more efficient ways to heat and cool your home. When your home’s HVAC system is not running efficiently, it expends unneeded energy, which costs money. However, by working with qualified HVAC technicians, like those at in Lewisville, Texas, you can bring comfort and efficiency to your home. The following are some ways you can fatten your wallet in 2020. Invest in Maintenance Instead of ignoring...

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HVAC DuctWork – what is it and why is it important?

December 15, 2019

Ductwork or air ducts are the tubes that feed air from your home into the HVAC unit located in your attic or a closet where it is cooled or heated. Then exits the unit via the supply ducts to the grills located around your home. Having ductwork in good condition is key to your system efficiency, air quality, and your comfort. What are the sub-components? Return There is a return grill located in the ceiling near the location of the unit in a hallway. At a minimum, there is at least one in your home. If it’s not in the...

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What Are the Different Types of HVAC Systems?

December 5, 2019

A question a homeowner will be faced with when dealing with this question is difficult to answer. Especially when only having to deal with this every 10 plus years. It’s a big investment and locks a homeowner to the decision typically for the life of HVAC systems. What are the different parts of HVAC systems and what do they do? Furnace Evaporator coil Condenser Thermostat Heat pump Air Handler Mini-split VRF – Variable refrigerant flow Conventional Straight AC/ split system HVAC systems Connected Home/ Smart Home New system replacement Partial replacement Ductwork Furnace The furnace, which is typically located in...

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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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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 Can Going Green Reduce Your HVAC Costs?

January 23, 2019

In recent years, the HVAC industry has taken strides to become more environmentally friendly. Through implementation, it’s common to not only reduce the impact on the environment, but green initiatives have also shown to help homeowners save more on their monthly heating and cooling costs. This has lead to even more innovation that can easily be implemented in any home, without the need for expensive upgrades and system replacements. Want to know more about cutting costs in your home, while also doing good for the environment? Read on to learn more, and before long you’ll have a full range of...

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Where Should You Buy Your AC Supplies From?

August 22, 2018

When doing routine maintenance or small repairs on your air conditioner, it’s important to only use dependable supplies that meet HVAC industry standards. Always make sure that any repair solutions follow your manufacturer’s recommendations. The best way to avoid problems with your system is through preventative maintenance. Be sure to reference your owner’s manual, and don’t hesitate to seek expert guidance from the team at with any air conditioner issues. Even with proper servicing and upkeep a unit can collect unwanted dust, suffer from normal wear, and ducting can even be damaged without noticing it. When you have an AC...

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Pitfalls of Unmanaged HVAC Systems

July 23, 2018

An HVAC system that is not routinely maintained can lead to a host of problems, including high energy bills and even health issues. If you or your family suffer from unexplained ailments like shortness of breath, asthma, coughing and sneezing and other such symptoms, it is possible that the air quality in your home could use some improvement. Most people never think about the air they breathe indoors. The good news is that this can be easily corrected by joining a maintenance service program for your HVAC system. Regular HVAC “tune-ups” will ensure that the air circulating inside your home...

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Must-Know Tips When Buying a New Home

November 1, 2017

When investing in a new home, you need to know the property is in the ideal condition for your family to move in. By asking the right questions and consulting with experts, you can avoid the mistakes other homebuyers have made. This can help you find a home in a perfect move-in-ready condition. To help guide you, we’re offering our expert tips for you to follow when buying a home, in this latest post. Check All The House’s Switches When you’re looking around the property for the first time, whether it’s during an open house event or simply visiting the...

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