D'Spain Sales and Service Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioner Repair’

Let’s Talk About Your AC Warranty

Monday, September 21st, 2020

This is a magic word in the HVAC industry. When we say “warranty,” we often see homeowners’ eyes light up with excitement as it usually equates to savings and peace of mind. We understand why, having someone else pay for all the repairs and maintenance for a system while it’s under warranty is an amazing feeling.

However, if you’re one of our many customers out there who are still looking to reach that warranty stage of owning an AC, keep reading. We’re going to talk about why warranties are so important when it comes to air conditioning in Boerne, TX. We’ll discuss things you should always avoid and best practices to keep your warranty as long as possible and allow your wallet to reap the benefits.

Warranties are amazing tools for keeping AC systems in good shape. Sign up with us and take a look at the warranties we offer!

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Dealing with a Short-Cycling AC

Monday, June 22nd, 2020

Air conditioners are not supposed to short-cycle. Whether or not you know what short-cycling is, the most important thing you can take away from this post is that it’s never good and always requires professional service to fix. Now, let’s talk about what short-cycling is and what it means.

Short-cycling is a term we use in the HVAC industry to describe a specific problem with air conditioners. This problem only occurs for specific reasons, and when it does occur, it can be pretty devastating for homeowners that aren’t prepared for what it entails. Today, we’re going to focus on this problem and how it relates to AC repair in Boerne. If you recognize any of the signs that your air conditioner is short-cycling, or you’re still unsure as to what this problem means, make sure you call us for professional help as soon as possible.

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Increase Your AC’s Efficiency Today!

Monday, May 25th, 2020

Consider efficiency as an umbrella term that many factors fit under. Efficiently running air conditioners are the product of correct installation, fast repairs, and routine improvements over the course of the system’s life that allow it to operate smoothly. That’s why it’s so vital that you stay in contact with your local HVAC professionals. Their knowledge and expertise can be a direct help when your AC starts consuming too much energy for comfort.

If you’re struggling with an air conditioner that just won’t put out the cooling you need, call our team for AC repair in Boerne, TX. It’s just that simple. In the meantime, however, there are things homeowners can do to mitigate high energy bills and low cooling output. Things like drawing curtains to block sunlight, circulating air correctly with a ceiling fan, or even raising the temperature on the thermostat, can all help lower your bills and ease the burden on your system.

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Repair Your Refrigerant Line Today

Monday, April 27th, 2020

An air conditioner relies on refrigerant to produce a cooling effect throughout your home. Without a refrigerant line full of refrigerant, this job gets harder and almost impossible to the point of a system breakdown. Many homeowners in our area turn on their air conditioners that have refrigerant leaks, oblivious to the fact that their system is one season away from breaking down or skyrocketing energy bills because of this.

So, for the more vigilant homeowners out there that are more concerned with AC repair in Boerne, TX, this blog post is for you. We’re all about giving you factual information about your air conditioner, especially when it has to do with a leaking refrigerant line that should be repaired. Keep reading and if you notice anything below that seems familiar, give our team a call as soon as possible!

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Is It Time for an AC Replacement?

Monday, April 13th, 2020

Air conditioners don’t last forever, and now that we’re coming up to another summer season—the systems that are in bad shape need to be replaced when they start breaking down. The difference between vigilant homeowners and homeowners who neglect their HVAC systems is knowing when to make the switch to an AC replacement if your old system is showing signs of wear and tear. Take it from us, an inefficient air conditioner can sometimes be worse than the cost of replacing a system with a new one.

So, we’re going to talk about some of the overt signs that your air conditioner is on its last legs and might not last through this upcoming summer. If any of the points about AC replacement in Boerne, TX sound familiar, then we’d highly recommend an air conditioner replacement before the scorching temperatures are in full swing.

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End of Summer AC Repair Problems

Monday, October 1st, 2018

question-markIt’s technically the end of summer, so doesn’t that mean we should be firing up our heaters and breaking out the hot chocolate? Well, not quite… Texas has a few more weeks to go before temperatures really start dropping.

But that means now’s a great time to take a look at your air conditioner and have it tuned up if needed. Better to look at it now than to find out next year, just before summer, that you desperately need a repair.

Before you shut off your AC for the season, make sure it isn’t suffering from one of the silent issues listed below.

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How Do Commercial HVAC Systems Differ from Residential Systems?

Monday, April 16th, 2018

rooftop-commercial-acEvery building in our part of the world needs a reliable heating and air conditioning system to function. Summer is just too hot and humid to go without reliable air conditioning, making it as much of a necessity as your electricity and plumbing. That applies to commercial space such as offices and retail stores as well as homes. And it should: we spend most of our daytime hours in such spaces, after all, and we need to stay just as comfortable when we work, go shopping, or study our lessons. 

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3 Qualities of a Reliable AC Repair Service

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

air-conditioning-maintenanceFall is the season for air conditioning repair in this part of the world. Temperatures are finally lowering to the point where you no longer need your system every day to keep cool, and any lingering problems you may have been forced to wait on can now be handled safely. If your air conditioner has been acting strange, you should immediately turn it off and call for a repair service. Now that the cooling season is over, a maintenance session can be performed to correct any damage that may have taken place over the summer. But which service do you call?

Every HVAC service can provide the basics, but you want one that’s going to not only correct the problem the right way, but will do so in the most effective manner possible. Ultimately, only you can determine which service will do the best job for you. However, there are a few qualities you can look for that will help you separate the best from the also-rans.

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Why is Low Air Flow a Problem with My AC?

Monday, June 13th, 2016

You might not think that reduced air flow from your air conditioner is a big problem, and indeed, it can be tough to spot if you don’t stand right in front of a vent and gauge it. But low air flow can spell big trouble for your air conditioning system and with summer more or less here in Kerrville, TX, it’s something you need to address relatively quickly. Why is low air flow a problem with your AC? Let’s take a look.

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