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Your air conditioning unit uses as much as 70% of your energy costs, so we've created a special program for our customers that lowers your utility bill - and increases your comfort!
As a busy home or business owner in Mt. Pleasant, TX and the surrounding area, dealing with a malfunctioning air conditioning service is a major inconvenience. Our professional HVAC technicians recommend performing these troubleshooting actions in advance of calling for an air conditioning or heating repair.
Before calling for an air conditioning or heating repair, check whether your HVAC system has power. A recent storm, power fluctuation or brownout may have tripped the circuit breaker or blown the fuse for the system.
If you had a recent AC installation or furnace installation in your home or business, the thermostat settings may need to be reset. Your thermostat reverts to its original functions during system shutdowns, such as during a heating repair or air conditioning or heating installation.
Problems with your air conditioning service and heating system often result from impeded air flow. Dirty air filters obstruct air flow, resulting in indoor temperatures that are too hot or too cold. Outdoor obstructions such as vines, shrub or overgrowth or downed tree branches may obstruct the condenser unit and block its airflow.
If your air conditioner or furnace still does not work after troubleshooting your system, it is time to call for a heating repair or air conditioning service. Our professional service technicians provide heating repair and air conditioning or heating installation throughout Mt. Pleasant, TX and the surrounding area.
If our professional service technician detects a costly or extensive problem with your air conditioning service, he will recommend a new air conditioning or heating installation. A new higher efficiency air conditioning or heating installation for your home or commercial building will reduce your monthly energy bills and will pay for itself within a few years of use, depending on your average energy consumption.