Since opening our doors in 1962, Comfort Experts has been a leader in the home services industry. Committed to providing the most reliable and affordable solutions, our team never cuts corners or settles for work that is “good enough.” We always go the extra mile to ensure your Garland HVAC, plumbing, and electrical systems are in top shape so you can enjoy a safe and comfortable home. From simple repairs to system overhauls to routine inspections, our team can handle it all.
No job is too big or too small for our highly trained technicians. Simply give us a call and rest assured your every comfort need will be taken care of!
Problems with your plumbing system need to be addressed straight away in order to you to avoid a full-blown disaster. What many Garland homeowners don’t realize is that even issues that appear to be minor are actually indicators that something much more serious is going on within the system. Instead of brushing issues under the rug, turn to Comfort Experts.
Generally, it is a good idea to schedule electrical inspections every 3-5 years. However, there are a number of circumstances that would necessitate more frequent inspections. We recommend becoming familiar with the signs that it is time for an inspection so you can ensure your system is protected.
Our electricians in Garland have undergone extensive training and are here to ensure your electrical system is functioning safely and efficiently. Give us a call today to schedule an inspection and rest assured your home is in good hands.
If your AC is acting up, it can be difficult to determine whether repair or replacement is the best solution. Oftentimes, small issues simply require a repair, but there will come a time when your system needs to be replaced. To avoid pouring a bunch of money into repairs for a system that is on its way out the door, our Garland AC repair team recommends becoming familiar with the signs that it is time for a replacement.
If your heater is acting up, it is important to have it inspected by a trained professional right away. Ignoring issues can easily lead to a full system breakdown and leave your family to suffer through the cold.
When your heater stops working the way it should, you can count on our skilled Garland furnace repair technicians to take care of the problem. We offer dependable repair, maintenance, and replacement services guaranteed to restore comfort to your home.
Backed by nearly 60 years of service excellence, you can trust that Comfort Experts knows a thing or two about how to take care of your Garland home. We are incredibly proud to serve the members of our community and always go the extra mile to ensure their most essential appliances and systems are in top shape.
Don’t settle for anything less than the spectacular service you deserve. Turn to Comfort Experts and we guarantee you’ll never need another home service company again.
He was great. He was thorough and he did well
Tech knowledge, responsive, knowledgeable, answers questions
Mark was punctual, thorough, very knowledgeable and it was an overall pleasure to have him work on my furnace today. Five star service.
Very thorough and explained options. No pressure sales. Just recommended options
Simon did a very thorough, professional job!
Upon arrival for nc tune up customer stated ac blowing cool not cold air. Inspected outdoor unit. Unit heavily dirty. Cleaning unit. Fan and compressor amp draw within unit specifications. Capacitor within tolerance. Refrigerant pressure good. Inspected indoor unit. Blower and coil clean. Drain line clear. Changed filter. Duct work heavily worn. Delta good at unit. Losing 5-10 degrees durning travel through duct work. Furnace ignited and heated properly. Recommended replacement of duct work. Customer agreed. Scheduled comfort advisor for October 17th
Repaired water line. Excavated soil to expose leaking water line. Disconnected, removed and hauled away old line. Replaced with 1" AquaPex from meter to house with new customer shut off valve. This included tunneling under 2 sidewalks and trench filled back in and area cleaned up.
Inspected the Goodman system, dual run was bad, customer purchased new dual run, installed and system functioning. Spoke with the customer about upgrading to something more efficient and up to code, customer just wanted dual run right now.
Performed htu, system operation is normal, cleaned condenser, changed filter, evaporator coil is extremely rusted and corroded, blower motor leaking oil, blower wheel covered in dust and dirt, high dust levels in plenums, recommend lv2 duct cleaning.
Completed evaluation. System low on refrigerant on arrival. Client performed leak search and found leak at condenser coil. Performed leak search and verified leak in condenser coil. Gave client estimate for condenser coil replacement and refrigerant. Client is discussing what to do going forward with spouse. Pausing job. Shows active balance of 89.10 but client says it was paid on making appointment.
Completed tune up. Outdoor unit capacitor in tolerance. Fan and compressor pulling normal amps. Refrigerant level good. Washed condenser coil. Recommended a compressor saver to extend life of the compressor. Indoor unit blower wheel clean and has no shaft play. Coil has no corrosion. Filter clean. Drain clear. Gas pressure good and all safety's operating properly. System running in cooling on departure
Clogged drain, cleared drain system is operating at this time. System upgrade do to age condition and refrigerate phase out, duct cleaning.
Tech arrived for a CTU. Upon inspection the system was in good shape with a 22 Delta and a Superheat of 8 with a piston metering device. The capacitor was within specs. The contactor was in good condition. The drain system was clear and bleach was poured. The filter was dirty and changed. The condenser coils were dirty and were hosed off. The customer paid for a Annual Copper membership. The system was functioning upon departure.
Upon arrival I evaluated the duct work. Duct was tight and had no air leakage at the register or the plenum. I measured 72 degrees at the farthest bedroom. In the other 3 bedrooms next to that I e all were measuring 58 degrees. I contacted erasmo and he will get into contact with the customer to schedule a time to come out. On the second system of the house I found clogged filter that was put in backwards. Cleaned filter. Evaporator coil was frozen. Thawed Evaporator coil and measured the refigerant in the system and was found low. I ran a leak search on indoor coil and found very small leak. Customer wanted to add refigerant for now. Added 48 ounces to put exactly where the superheat target is. Left system in cooling with 19 degree delta. Both Indoor blower capacitor and outdoor dual capacitor will need to be changed as soon as possible. Customer agreed that they will wait until it goes out. Additional copper
Tech arrived for a STU. Upon inspection, the compressor appeared to be pulling high amperage. The capacitor was in specs and the contactor looked ok. There was not proper clearance/working area in front of the air handler. The drain system was checked and clear. The filter was dirty and the customer was informed. The delta was 21 degrees. The refrigerant was at acceptable levels. The system was functioning at the time of departure. Client was informed of the benefits behind adding a compressor saver and will pass at this time.