Since opening our doors in 1962, Comfort Experts has remained committed to serving the members of our community by taking care of their most essential appliances and systems. From upgrading electrical systems to installing new plumbing appliances to repairing HVAC systems, there is no problem too big or too small for our highly trained Grandview technicians to take on.
Don’t settle for anything less than the stellar service you deserve. Choose Comfort Experts and rest assured your home is in good hands.
Call (817) 341-5149 or contact us to schedule your next HVAC, electrical, or plumbing service in Grandview, TX.
Did you know that the majority of plumbing disasters—such as severely clogged pipes, sewage backflow, and sewer line leaks—are preventable? By following just a few of our plumbing protection tips, you can prevent a major plumbing emergency in your home.
Wondering how Comfort Experts can keep your plumbing system in top shape? Reach out to our team of plumbers in Grandview today to learn more.
When was the last time your electrical system was inspected by a trained professional? Because much of your electrical system is hidden behind walls, it can be difficult to determine when there is a problem occurring. That’s why routine electrical inspections are so important. Our expert Grandview electricians recommend scheduling an inspection at least once every 3 to 5 years.
If your heater isn’t quite working properly, it can be difficult to determine whether it needs to be repaired or replaced. If your system is young and rarely ever experiences problems, a repair will likely fix the issue at hand. However, if your system is 15 years old or older, your energy bills are through the roof, your system has been repaired multiple times in the last several years, and your home is never quite warm enough, it’s time for an upgrade. Luckily, the Grandview furnace repair team at Comfort Experts has access to the highest performing, most energy-efficient heaters on the market.
A functioning air conditioner is an absolute must here in Texas. If your system is starting to act up, we recommend having it repaired as soon as possible. Brushing AC problems under the rug can quickly lead to very expensive repairs and even premature system failure.
No matter how severe the problem may be, Comfort Experts has a solution. Our Grandview AC repair team will inspect your entire system, locate the source of the problem, and determine whether your system needs to be repaired or replaced.
At Comfort Experts, each member of our Grandview team adheres to the highest standards in workmanship, professionalism, and customer care because your comfort matters a great deal to us. You’ll never catch us cutting corners or settling for work that is “good enough”; instead, our team always gets the job done right the first time around. Equipped with state-of-the-art tools and technology, no task is too big or too small for Comfort Experts to take on.
For Grandview HVAC, plumbing, or electrical service upon which you can truly rely, turn to Comfort Experts. Give us a call at (817) 341-5149 and we’ll take care of your every comfort need.
Very efficient and tidy. They explained things thoroughly and answered all our questions!!!!
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION AND PERSONAL ATTITUDE TOWARD ALL ISSUES THAT ARISE.
Marshal was polite etc and answered a few questions fo me.
This is the first time I was able to get any website of yours on my system. 100% of time, I have been very very pleased with the service and the respect that your employees give me.
i have been very pleased with the service and the respect all the repair man have showed me.
Arrived in Scheduled window and out in good time.
Got straight to the task at hand.
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Thank you for your review
3/15/23 - Defrost control board is faulty. Can not finish tune up until board is replaced. Low voltage keeps popping fuse in air handler due to faulty board. Need to order board before continuing.
Duct cleaning and installation of UV light completed
Downstairs: run capacitor, primary electrical control, build up on blower wheel, biological growth, evaporator coil rusty and corroded, secondary drain pan rusty, duct cleaning, system upgrade do to age condition and efficiency. Upstairs: secondary drain pan rusty and rusting through, biological growth, system is operating normally at this time. Comfort advisor 3-17-23 10-12.
Primary electrical control, build up on blower wheel, biological growth, duct cleaning, system upgrade do to age condition and efficiency. Sold lvl2 duct cleaning and uv system to be done 3-15-23.
CTU 2008 Goodman Air Handler Treated drain for customer , trap is leaking on drain very small drip notified customer Evaporator coil was acceptable Blower motor and wheel were acceptable UV system was functional Delta T was acceptable 20.1° Electrical connections were acceptable Filter was acceptable 2010 Amana Heat Pump Dual Capacitor was out of manufacturer range on fan side Refrigerant levels were acceptable at this time Fan blades and motor were acceptable Electrical connections were acceptable Washed the unit from inside out Waxed the top of the unit Cleaned debris out of unit Fixed the leaky drain trap , installed new 40/5 capacitor and installed drain pan treatment
Went to house for htu on one system. Checked indoor first. Blower is clean, filter is clean, electrical connections are secure, evap coil is fine, Heating strip operational. Recommended drain switch, customer declined. Went to outdoor and checked unit. Capacitor in tolerance, fan Amp normal, compressor amps normal, compressor savor operational. Recommended whole home surge protection to protect appliances, customer said no. Defrost board looks good, coil is clean. Recommended generator, customer has one. Unit is operational.
Replaced inducer motor under warranty
Tech arrived for a HTU*2. It was cold outside. Upstairs system- The filter was clean. The ductwork, coil, and blower wheel was dirty. There is rust/corrosion on the evaporator coil. There was excessive growth throughout the system including on the blower motor electrical. The filter box was not sealed this was sealed with tape. The capacitor was out of tolerance. The contactor was scorched. The Delta was high. Downstairs system- the filter was clean. The coil, blower wheel, and electrical area was dirty and had excessive growth present. The Delta was low. This can indicate refrigerant problems. The coil was rusted. The drain system has no secondary drain and no safeties. The capacitor tested within specs however there was evidence of possible leakage around it. There was minor scorching on the contactor. The fan motor had rusting. Due to age, condition, and price of repairs; it is recommended that the customer speak with a Comfort Advisor about upgrading to something more reliable
Did a HTU/evaluation on 7 year old Goodman system, checked capacitor, checked filter recommended to replace filter, drain is good, found the 3 amp fuse was blown search line for bare wires found no issues on wiring,let system run for 45 minutes and no problems, recommended replacing uv bulb, compressor saver, refrigerant levels are good, customer verified unit was working properly when leaving
Arrived for duct cleaning estimate. Inspected duct work and unit. Heavy dirt and debris sitting in metal ducting. Growth inside unit. Due to growth recommended duct cleaning level 2 and UV system. Customer declined at this time. Needs to speak with other decision makers to come to a decision. Asked to call back in 3 weeks to give them time. Set reminder for February 4th.
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