Thayer Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning System Maintenance’

Ways You Might Be Putting Too Much Strain on Your AC

Monday, June 13th, 2022
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We want you to enjoy a reliable AC system so you won’t end up trapped with an emergency AC repair in Selma, TX, or even an AC that needs a full replacement. We can help you as the season starts with a list of several ways you may be running your air conditioning system harder than necessary. When you know what to watch out for, you’ll not only help the air conditioner get through to fall without problems, you’ll also reduce the amount you spend to run it.

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How Regular AC Filter Replacement Will Make the Coming Summer Easier

Monday, April 18th, 2022
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If we had to offer only one bit of advice to homeowners about their HVAC system, it would be this: Please change the air filter in your HVAC system regularly, every one to three months. We’re glad we can offer more advice than this, as well as fast help for AC repair in Bulverde, TX and many other useful jobs. But this piece of advice is an essential maintenance task that everyone needs to do for their comfort systems.

We’re fast approaching the hot months of the year, when air conditioners will run steadily for many days. Staying on top of regular filter changes for air conditioning systems is a key part of making summer less stressful … for both you and the AC! We’ll look at how this basic maintenance job makes a big difference for your summer.

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It’s Spring! Schedule Your AC Maintenance Now

Monday, March 21st, 2022
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It’s finally spring! That means it’s time to have your air conditioning equipment tested and maintained, in addition to seeing flowers bloom and the temperature grow more pleasant. We know maintaining the AC doesn’t sound as much fun, but it’s important to ensure you enjoy the most out of the coming months.

Some homeowners may not understand the value of maintaining their HVAC equipment on a regular basis. If your air conditioner isn’t working properly, however, it can cause more than just pain. Ignoring routine maintenance might result in expensive repairs and replacements. Keep your air conditioner in good working order and you’ll avoid this predicament.

We’ll look at why having your air conditioner tuned up, inspected, and maintained this spring should be a top priority.

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5 Facts You Didn’t Know About AC Repair

Monday, November 1st, 2021
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A few weeks ago, we wrote a post titled “5 Facts You Never Knew About Installing an Air Conditioner.” If you read this, we hope you found it useful. If you didn’t read it, it’s probably because you aren’t currently looking for a new air conditioning installation. Maybe you’ll find it useful in the future. 

For now, we have a list of facts you may find helpful if you have an air conditioning system that needs repairs. We’re the New Braunfels, TX air conditioner repair professionals to turn to when you have an AC in trouble.

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Only Trust HVAC Pros With Your Air Conditioner—Here’s Why

Monday, August 9th, 2021
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Saving money on jobs around the house is a good idea, and there are many ways to handle do-it-yourself tasks that help your budget. If you can’t do a job on your own, you may know someone who can help out or an amateur who won’t charge too much. 

But when it comes to your home’s central air conditioning, you shouldn’t try to do any DIY work nor call on an amateur, no matter what promises they make or how low a price they quote. In fact, the lower the quote, the higher your suspicions should be. 

The simple fact: The only people to trust with your air conditioning in San Marcos, TX—whether it’s repairs, installation, or maintenance—are licensed professionals. There are several reasons why:

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Sign Up for AC Maintenance Before the Heat Arrives!

Monday, April 19th, 2021
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It’s already getting warm outside, and we imagine you’ve started to run your air conditioner during the day. It won’t be long before the serious heat of summer is here, and your AC will get a major workout almost every day. 

Is your air conditioner ready for it? Not unless it has professional maintenance! 

If you haven’t yet arranged for our experts to come to your home and give your AC a complete inspection and tune-up, now is the time to do it. We have a special maintenance program with two tiers to fit your needs. Give us a call to sign up for one of the tiers, and then we’ll get you on the schedule for a spring AC tune-up.

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Keep the Outdoor AC Unit Clear—Here’s Why

Monday, September 7th, 2020
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If your home’s central air conditioning system is like most, it’s a split system. That means it has indoor and outdoor components: an indoor air handler and evaporator coil connected to the ductwork system, and an outdoor condenser cabinet. You pay more attention to the indoor parts, because you can hear the operation of the blower fan. The outdoor unit is a functional object that’s placed out of the way where it doesn’t detract from the exterior of the house.

We recommend you pay some attention to the condenser, however, particularly at this time of year. If the condenser becomes dirty or the area around it congested with branches, leaves, dirt, and other obstacles, the AC’s performance will suffer. We’ll explain why.

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Mid-Summer High Cooling Bills? Tips on Cutting Down on Costs

Monday, July 27th, 2020
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You expect to see your electrical bills rise during the summer because you have to send so much more power to run the air conditioning system. But you’ve probably looked at those bills and wondered if you’re paying more than you should. “Does the air conditioning have to cost this much?” you’ll ask yourself.

Pardon us while we intrude on your inner thoughts, but the answer is, “Probably not.” We can’t say for certain that you are paying more for cooling than you should, but chances are good there are a few steps you can take that will cut down those high bills. We’ll look at a few of them. Some you can do yourself. For others, you may need the assistance of our New Braunfels, TX, air conditioning professionals to help get the most efficient performance from your cooling system.

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Special AC Tune-Up Offer for Great Spring Results!

Monday, March 23rd, 2020
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We’ve already posted a reminder about scheduling a professional spring maintenance visit for your home’s air conditioning system. Getting this straightforward air conditioning tune-up in Seguin, TX does marvels for the longevity of the AC, the number of repairs it will need, it’s general performance, and how much it costs to run.

We want to encourage everyone who hasn’t already to sign up for our maintenance program at one of the two different tiers. We’ve also made getting that tune-up easier than ever with our limited-time offer for an AC tune-up: you can call us for a full air conditioning tune-up for $89. For more details about this offer, and to schedule a convenient time for a visit from one of our technicians, please call us.

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An Early Reminder: Sign Up for Spring HVAC Maintenance

Monday, February 24th, 2020
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An essential job a professional San Antonio, TX, HVAC contractor performs for clients is pre-summer inspections and tune-ups for home air conditioning systems. HVAC maintenance twice a year is important almost everywhere people use heaters and ACs. But in Texas, it’s vital to have air conditioning maintenance done each spring. You know what a Texas summer feels like. Don’t face the coming heat without a sturdy cooling system in the house that has gotten the necessary prep work.

Even though spring doesn’t officially arrive until next month, we recommend getting on our schedule for air conditioning system maintenance as soon as possible. The maintenance schedule crowds up during April as the mid-year temperatures rise. Take advantage of the current slower period to find an ideal time for AC maintenance.

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