When it comes to taking care of your home’s most essential systems and appliances, no one does it quite like Comfort Experts. Our Flower Mound team is fully committed to keeping your home as safe, efficient, and comfortable as can be, so you can rest assured that your family is taken care of. From minor repairs to major installations to routine maintenance, there is no job too big or too small for our highly trained technicians to take on.
When you want the job done right, turn to Comfort Experts.
A properly functioning plumbing system is crucial to a safe and comfortable home, so we know you want to do everything you can to keep yours in top shape.
At Comfort Experts, our Flower Mound plumbers know what it takes to keep your plumbing system functioning efficiently and effectively. Reach out to us today for dependable repair, replacement, installation, and maintenance services.
Problems with your electrical system can put your family at serious risk of injury and your home at serious risk of damage. Even issues that appear to be minor can be signs that something more serious is going on within your system, so we recommend bringing in a skilled electrician in Flower Mound or the surrounding areas as soon as you detect a problem.
Is your AC acting up? Comfort Experts is here to help. Each member of our team has undergone extensive training and is fully qualified to handle any repair or replacement you might need.
When your AC stops working the way it should, reach out to Comfort Experts. Our Flower Mound AC repair team provides thorough inspections during which we find the exact cause of the problem. After our inspection, we will walk you through your options and give you our professional advice regarding whether repair or replacement is the best solution.
While heaters are durable appliances, they will eventually need to be replaced. If your system doesn’t seem to be working like it used to, it is probably time to call in Comfort Experts for an inspection. Our Flower Mound furnace repair team will run a full safety and performance test to determine whether repair or replacement is the best solution.
No job is too big or too small for Comfort Experts to take on. Whether your system needs to be repaired or replaced, you can count on our Flower Mound heating experts to make the process as smooth as can be.
Here at Comfort Experts, we are extremely proud to take care of your every home safety and comfort need.
Don’t settle for sub-standard service when you can have the very best. Choose Comfort Experts and rest assured your home is in good hands.
Call (817) 341-5149 to schedule a heating, AC, plumbing, or electrical service in Flower Mound. We look forward to serving you!
Thanks, Jay was great 👍
Jhordan was the best technician. He was friendly, polite and professional.
Jordan is friendly and personable. He is a good representative of the company.
Attempted fraud, do not use this service provider or it’s technicians or supervisors. I spoke with both after completion of service. System check found capacitor was failed. Then technician said the fan motor was not working. I asked the tech if he is scamming me and he said let me show you. He went over to the Compressor and coil unit and flipped the switch and the fan motor worked fine. He was about to charge me $127 trip fee and $387 for a $30 capacitor and $800 for the compressor fan motor. The fan motor was fine and I didn’t need it to be replaced. The part number on the capacitor is “Titan HD PRCFD455A.” Look it up. My total bill was $506.40; down from about to be $1300.
Ryan was able to check the system out fairly quickly and access the problem. He’s very professional and knowledgeable.
I told the dispatch what was wrong and what part was needed. I asked if she needed the make model and serial number to get the right part. She informed me that all trucks were stocked with everything they needed. I was right about part but the technician did not have the part and it would take two weeks to get it. Quoted insane price and charged me $100.00 to tell me what I already knew. I got the work done the next day for $500.00 less than there quote. It’s a racquet
Dennis was awesome!,
Response from Comfort Experts Inc.:
Thank you Dan! We're lucky to have techs like Dennis!
Derek gave us a thorough cooling tune-up.
Overall I was pleased with the process. Thank you
Customer is shopping, needs a 4 ton gas system for his downstairs. Wants us to price match at 8000.
Tech arrived for a CTU*2. Upon inspection both systems- The capacitors we're within specs. The contactors were in working condition. The amperages were at acceptable ranges. The condenser coils were dirty and were hosed off to assist with air flow across the coils. The drainw were checked and bleach was poured. The filters were relatively clean. The UV system was not functioning on the main area system. Adjustments were made and it regained functionality. There was air passing around the coil panel and filter box and tape was applied. The systems did not appear to have Surge Protection. A Whole House Surge Protector or 2 Unit Surge Protectors are recommended to protect the electrical components and avoid catastrophic damage. Both systems were functioning upon departure.
Thoroughly performed a double super tune up, tightened electrical connections and checked all components. Upstairs- refrigerant levels are good, dual Run within specs, contactor burned, amps within range and everything else functioning properly at this time. Downstairs- upon arrival found the compressor not coming on, dual run capacitor within range, compressor is locked up and mechanically failed, contactor burned
Tech arrived for a STU. Upon inspection the capacitor was very close to being out of tolerance and was replaced. The condenser coils were dirty and were hosed off. The amperages were at acceptable levels. The Delta was 22. The filter was dirty and replaced. The drain system was clear and bleach was poured. There was growth present inside the system. A quote was given for a level 2 duct cleaning that includes coil cleaning and blower wheel cleaning as well as duct cleaning with chemical. It was noticed that the cellulose insulation was low and settled. For a quote on insulation removal and upgrade the customer should contact a Comfort Advisor. The system was functioning upon departure.
Thoroughly inspected the upstairs system, found ecm motor bad, evaporator rusted up and the system is R22. Due to the age and condition of the system, highly recommended to something reliable with warranties behind it before spending money on a system of this age. Customer just wants to order the ecm for now. Paid in full, ordering ecm motor
Thoroughly performed a super tune up for both split systems, washed condenser coils out and checked components. Downstairs- refrigerant levels are fine, dual run good, contactor burned up, condenser fan motor has hot spots all around it, furnace is up to specs and the system is functioning properly at this time. Upstairs- refrigerant levels are fine, contactor pitted and burned, condenser fan has hot spots, drains clear and system functioning properly at this time. Spoke with customer about replacing the contactors, customer wants to wait.
Arrived for STU + NC call Downstairs unit - blocked drain line - cut, blew out, repaired, treated eith cst supplied vinegar - cst intends to take apart line under the sink as he thinks his kids have been pouring toothpaste directly down the drain Charge good Filters need replacing Cap in tolerance Renewed membership to start autodraft in january Upstairs unit Filter needs replacing Drain is clear Blower and coil clean Outdoor Charge good Coil washed Amp draws fine Cap in tolerance
Thoroughly inspected the system, found filter case of the plenum sucking in 100Â° air, fixed filter and found system a little low r410a. Customer purchased 2 pounds of r410a and the system is functioning properly at this time with a delta T of 19Â°.
Tech arrived for a service call. The capacitor was within specs. The contactor was working. The compressor was pulling high amperage. The coils were very dirty. The refrigerant levels and Delta appeared abnormal at the beginning of the evaluation. The condenser coils were hosed off to assist with air flow. Leak tests were conducted on the evaporator coil and condenser unit. No leak was found at the time of inspection. The system was restarted and the Delta, pressures, and airflow regained normal functionality with a 17 degree Delta and a 15 degree Superheat with a piston metering device. System was functioning upon departure with a supply temperature of 59 degrees. Customer mentioned a possible electrical surge prior to the tech arriving. Electrical systems should be monitored.
36k Gas upflow with high efficiency filtration, duct cleaning and nest thermostat