Since opening our doors in 1962, Comfort Experts has been proud to offer the most reliable and affordable home comfort services to the members of our beloved community. From small repairs to system overhauls to new installations to routine maintenance services, our team is prepared to handle your every heating, air conditioning, plumbing, and electrical service in Grapevine and the surrounding areas.
Issues with your plumbing system can quickly bring your entire household to a screeching halt. When plumbing problems arise, don’t fret. Comfort Experts has decades of experience solving plumbing problems and implementing the most reliable and lasting repairs.
No matter how severe the problem may be, the Grapevine plumbers at Comfort Experts will have your plumbing system back up and running again in no time.
You probably don’t spend too much time thinking about your electrical system, but the last thing you want is to miss warning signs that something is wrong with it. Untreated electrical issues can lead to serious problems such as electrocution and electrical fires. To avoid putting your home and family at serious risk, we recommend bringing in one of our electricians from Comfort Experts at the first sign of a problem.
Our electricians in Grapevine are here to repair your electrical system without putting your or your loved ones in harm’s way. Simply give us a call and we will arrive straight away ready to get to the bottom of the problem.
When your heater stops working properly, it can be difficult to determine if repair or replacement is the better solution. The last thing you want is to spend a bunch of money on repairs for a system that needs to be upgraded, so our Grapevine furnace repair pros recommend becoming familiar with the signs that your heater is on its way out the door.
If the time for replacement has come, don’t worry. Comfort Experts is known for making the installation process easy as can be. In addition, our Grapevine heating team have access to a variety of top-performing, energy-efficient systems guaranteed to maximize your comfort and savings.
Having problems with your AC? We recommend never pushing issues with your air conditioner under the rug as that can quickly lead to a full system breakdown. When your system isn’t quite performing like it should be, turn to our skilled Grapevine HVAC techs. We are familiar with all makes and models of equipment and provide the most reliable repair and replacement services.
At Comfort Experts, each member of our Grapevine team has undergone extensive training and is fully qualified to handle your every home comfort and safety need. Equipped with state-of-the-art tools and technology, our techs deliver the swift and exceptional service you deserve.
When you want the job done right, turn to Comfort Experts. Our team never cuts corners or settles for work that is “good enough” because we want to make sure your home is as efficient, safe, and comfortable as possible.
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Tyler really helped by problem shooting a leak that went undetected. I can trust the job you all always do! Thank you!
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2016 Amana Air Handler Customer ordered a filter but has not come in yet Drain was clear and draining treated the drain for customer Evaporator coil was acceptable Blower motor and wheel were acceptable Balist was giving code for a new bulb as it is expired Heating elements were functional and within manufacturer range Reprogrammed the customer thermostat as they requested and they were satisfied Delta T for heating and cooling aspects was acceptable 2016 Amana Heat Pump Dual capacitor was out of manufacturer range 30/5 reading at 16/4 Electrical connections were acceptable Fan blades and motor were acceptable Washed the unit from inside out Waxed the top of the unit Cleaned debris out of the unit Refrigerant levels were acceptable at this time Installed a 30/5 dual cap for them Got them started on copper membership
Went to house for Ahu on two systems. Checked upstairs indoor unit first. Changed filters on buth systems, airflow is good. Checked blower, blower clean, Checked flame sensor and ignitor. Ignitor good, recommended flame sensor. Checked downstairs indoor unit next. Electrical connections looked good, flame sensor and ignitor good. Recommended both systems get a drain switch, customer declined. Went to outdoor unit for upstairs, fan and compressor amp draw OK. One of the capacitors was out of tolerance, recommended replacement, customer declined. Went to outdoor unit for downstairs, compressor and fan Amp draw fine. Both capacitors for this unit out of tolerance, recommended replacing both, customer wants to wait. Both outdoor coils clean. Buth systems operational in heating and cooling.
Rebuild undersink and change water shut off.
Jan 10 - system worked efficiently. Delta 20. Inside unit was dusty and had biological growth growing on plastics. Outside unit worked efficiently. Compressor amp ratings below max. Fan amp draw below max. Outside unit needed service disconnect. Follow up on may 03 for recommendations. System was left in working order in cool.
Downstairs system zoned, needs upsided duct feeding bedroom, damper is not opening all the way, placement on the plenum is not satisfying customers comfort needs. Customer wants to get the builder to fix issues
2 year old gas htu, system operation is normal, ignition components healthy.
Found no issues at arrival, thermostat satisfied. Compressor stepping up to stage 2 when given a large demand, recommend customer not leave zones off in the future, customer also wants to try to get the fusion weld joint fixed again.
Tech arrived for a STU. Upon inspection, the filter was recently replaced. The ductwork, blower area, and coil was very dirty. Most of the supply ducts were Goodman Grey type ducts. These are known to be problematic and are no longer used. The flame rod sensor was scorched. The heating system reached complete ignition. The drain system was clear at this time and bleach was poured. The capacitor was within specs. The contactor was scorched, buzzin, and had rusted terminals. The coils were dirty and were hosed off to assist with air flow across the coils. The fan motor was rusted. The system did not appear to have Surge Protection. Due the age, condition, and price of repairs; it is recommended that the customer speak with a Comfort Advisor about upgrading to something more reliable with warranties behind it. Meeting set for Friday Dec23rd 12-3. The system was functioning upon departure.
Bad wifi thermostat, replaced thermostat system is operating normally at this time.
STU performed today, outdoor unit refrigerant levels are good at this time and the dual run capacitor is testing within manufacturer specifications. Indoor unit filter is clean and the primary drain line is clear at this time, all ignition components are functioning properly and the inducer motor is pulling proper amperage.