October 14th, 2019
If you’ve got some extra time this month, we’d like to go over some important actions that need to be taken if you’re going to depend on your heating system during winter for your business. We know, the last thing on your mind is your heater if you’re swamped with customers or the many intricacies of your trade, but this could be the difference between a reliable HVAC system and a sudden breakdown this winter.
Maintenance for your commercial HVAC in Plano, TX is not something to take lightly. Losing heat in the middle of the winter can be absolutely catastrophic for you and your customers if it happens at an inconvenient time. And let’s be honest, all HVAC system problems happen at inconvenient times.
That’s why we’ve got a few tips that can help keep your furnace or boiler in good shape. Remember, if you notice anything strange or negative about your heater while you’re checking it out, always contact a professional technician.
September 30th, 2019
Many homeowners simply don’t believe in the benefits of a system for increasing their indoor air quality in Plano, TX. They think that if they just wash their hands after a sneeze, then they’ll be just fine. That couldn’t be further from the truth.
Bacteria and viruses can make you sick from a variety of different places. The three most common ways to get sick are from physical contact, touching surfaces, and breathing in particles from the air. Well, unfortunately, we can’t do much about the first two points since those are all up to you. However, we can help with the last point on that list!
Bacteria and viruses can be kept out of your indoor air by use of an air purifier. The inner workings of these machines are incredibly complex, but after this blog post, maybe we can shine some light on what they do and the benefits that come from them.
September 30th, 2019
Depending on where you live, natural gas can be the cheapest fuel available for heating your home. It’s effective, efficient, and safe if you schedule inspection services. This is no joking matter since a leaking gas furnace can lead to serious health concerns and even death. Here’s a list of items that a gas furnace inspection can help mitigate:
September 16th, 2019
As of January 1, 2020, the production and importation of R-22 (Freon) refrigerant will be phased out. The truth of the matter is that there are many homeowners out there in our area who have old air conditioners that still run on Freon, and many of them who don’t even know what refrigerant their AC uses. This can be troubling because if you experience a refrigerant leak in the coming years, the price of refrigerant will have skyrocketed due to limited demands.
So, what can you do to ensure that you’re prepared for the R-22 phaseout if you’re unsure about your air conditioner? That’s what we’re here for. While we do provide air conditioning repair in Plano, TX, we also perform free Freon tests to determine if your system is still using it.
What happens if we determine
that you’re still using Freon? Keep reading and we’ll fill you in.
September 2nd, 2019
Air conditioners don’t last forever. A car with 200,000 miles on it doesn’t drive like a brand new one, that’s just the way the world works. Though, with good air conditioning repair in Plano, TX, you can keep yours running for a decade or more! So you can go through your life being constantly disappointed by your failing AC, or you can be prepared for the next difficult decision to make. If you’re the latter kind of person, then perhaps the list below can help you notice when your air conditioner is having problems.
AC problems that go unaddressed
can quickly compile and cause catastrophic damage. A small refrigerant leak can
lead to your compressor working too hard, and eventually the failure of your
system. If you’d rather not spend the money for a replacement when your current
AC will do just fine, then take a gander at these clues your AC might be giving
July 12th, 2019
Be sure to bookmark the Aire Texas Residential Services blog to start learning the ins and outs of HVAC.
We’ll regularly post energy saving tips, how-to’s on troubleshooting your systems, and breakdowns on even the most complex industry related terms and concepts.
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July 12th, 2019
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