Thayer Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘AC Repair’

How to Prevent an Overheating Air Conditioner

Monday, May 20th, 2019
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Your air conditioner lives to cool your home. But sadly, it might overwork itself to the point that it overheats and needs to be reset.

Resetting an air conditioner isn’t a big deal, but you can’t just ignore the fact that your air conditioner overheated. Sure, overheating is much more common on very hot days in the summer, but air conditioners are designed to withstand that kind of heat.

If your air conditioner overheats—or continues to overheat—then it’s most likely time for air conditioning repair in New Braunfels, TX. A likely cause for the overheating could be due to:

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Is It Time for Air Conditioner Replacement?

Monday, May 6th, 2019
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There comes a time in an HVAC system’s life where you have to ask the hard question. You know, the big question:

Is it time to replace the air conditioner?

Of course, there’s no reason to feel sentimental about that. At least, none of our customers have ever felt sentimental about it when we showed them just how much extra money their old and degrading system was costing them.

Replacement is all about timing. You want to replace before the system is able to squeeze extra dollars out of you, but at the same time, there’s no need to replace it too early. Here’s how you can figure out the difference:

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3 Surefire Ways to Boost Your AC Efficiency

Monday, April 22nd, 2019

Choosing the right air conditioner for your home is one thing. After that, it’s all about efficiency. Maintaining efficiency is the key to paying as little as possible on your cooling bill.

Do a quick internet search and you’ll find countless articles telling you how to get by with using your air conditioner as little as possible. But hold on… What’s the point of having an air conditioner if you’re going to be told how not to use it?

Being efficient doesn’t mean you have to forego the use of your air conditioner. However, we don’t believe in “quick fixes,” so you won’t find them in this list.

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