Do you feel that your house is warm during warm months and cold during the cold months of the year? Does your heating, air conditioning, and ventilation unit run for longer periods of time than it used to or is it very loud when it engages? Have you noticed that the air coming through your heating and air vents does not feel as strong as it once did? Your HVAC system could have a malfunction that you are currently unaware of. Comfort Experts, Inc. can help you diagnose the issue and get your HVAC back to its original capabilities.
Comfort Experts, Inc. is servicing many homes in the Boyd, TX area and is ready to serve you with your Boyd AC and furnace repair needs! We offer Boyd HVAC repair and propose maintenance packages to keep your HVAC working at full capacity once it has been repaired. Through proper HVAC maintenance and repair, your unit is sure to work at a greater level, which will lead to a longer lifespan. Without proper maintenance, your Boyd HVAC unit’s malfunctions could cost you hundreds of dollars per year in wasted energy, higher repair costs, and may even result in having to replace your unit.
For Boyd heating and air conditioning repair, maintenance, and installation, contact Comfort Experts!
Often times, people don’t have regular maintenance performed on their HVAC unit because they are afraid of a salesman coming in to “inspect” their unit and ultimately trying to sell them a new and unnecessary high-dollar unit. These are companies looking for cash. At Comfort Experts, Inc. we have made it our goal to repair the unit you already have and keep you from having to buy a new system when avoidable.
Once our technician has inspected your HVAC system and has diagnosed the malfunction, we will pay up to $99.00 for you to have another Boyd AC repair company conduct an inspection as a second opinion. By doing so, you have the peace of mind you deserve knowing that we have diagnosed accurately and will perform only the work required to keep your unit operating at full capacity. Comfort Experts, Inc. is in the business to help and please clients. All of our work is backed by our 100% customer satisfaction guarantee so you can trust that we will do the work right the first time.
Our working hours makes it easy for you to make an appointment for an inspection and maintenance and allows us to be present if an emergency were to ever occur with your system. We are reachable 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days per year as a leading company of AC and furnace repair in Boyd. If you would like to schedule a diagnostic inspection and discuss our maintenance packages, you can reach us by calling (817) 341-5149.
Call our Boyd AC & furnace repair experts today at (817) 341-5149.
Devyn listened to the issues & was very thorough in discovering & repairing the problems.
Devyn was very thorough in his evaluation and found some issues that, if left alone, would potentially cause my AC to stop working.
Ryan was very thorough & Knowledgeable
The person that fixed our furnace did a great job and kept the appointment despite the terrible weather. He was knowledgeable and explained the problem to me. The price was reasonable and the employee was really nice.
Goodman air handler with straight cool condenser installed in 2021. Customer complained of weak air flow in far bedroom. Tech went under home and readjusted ducts and it seemed to improve. All electrical connections are tight with no corrosion. All electrical readings are in range. Heat strips are in range. Air flow and refrigerant levels to the plenum are satisfactory. Delta T is at 35 degrees at multiple supply vents around the house.
Customer is shopping. Has lower bids at this time.
2020 Amana Air Handler Blower motor and wheel were acceptable Evaporator coil was acceptable Heating elements were functional and within manufacturer range Changed the filter for customer Electrical connections were acceptable Delta T was acceptable 2020 Amana Heat Pump Dual capacitor was within manufacturer range Refrigerant levels were acceptable Fan blades and motor were acceptable Washed the unit from inside out Waxed the top of the unit Cleaned the debree out of the unit Electrical connections were acceptable Going to call November 10th.
2020 Goodman Air Handler (downstairs) Blower wheel was acceptable Evaporator coil was acceptable Electrical Connections were acceptable Changed filter for customer Drain was clear and draining Tested heating elements and heat for the system 2020 Amana Heat Pump (downstairs) Dual Capacitor was within range Fan amps were acceptable Compressor amps were acceptable Fan blades and motor were acceptable Refrigerant levels were acceptable Washed the unit from inside out Waxed the top of the unit 2020 Goodman Air Handler (upstairs) Drain was clear and draining Evaporator coil was acceptable Blower wheel was acceptable Changed the filter for customer Tested heating elements and heat for the system Electrical connections were acceptable 2020 Amana Heat Pump (upstairs) Compressor amps were acceptable Refrigerant levels were acceptable Dual Capacitor was within range Fan blades and motor were acceptable Washed the unit from inside out Waxed the top of the unit Unit had a compressor saver
Upon arrival system on and cooling. Inspected outdoor unit. Fan and compressor amp draw within unit specifications. Capacitor within tolerance. Refrigerant pressure good. Inspected indoor unit. Drain. Line clear. Coil and blower clean.
Did a evaluation on system on arrival system was off,talked to customer and he said he has had to clear the drain several times and it keeps backing up and that there is a green slime forming in the drain ,tried to clear the drain and could not clear,replaced drain pipe with customer supplied pipes,and got the drain good, recommended a membership, checked capacitor, checked filter, refrigerant levels are good, customer verified unit was working properly when leaving A
22 year old 407c converted system. Found compressor extremely hot and pulling high amps, evaporator is severely rusted and corroded and freezing due to faulty thermal expansion valve metering device, due to systems age, cost of repairs and condition recommend system replacement. Customer is going to purchase window units to cool his home.
Upon arrival found system not running or cooling. Thermostat was blank. I evaluated the indoor unit and found no low voltage or high voltage. Breaker was sending the proper amount of voltage to unit. Went back to indoor unit and found melted wires to on/off switch to furnace. Replaced wires and went back to breaker box. Ran thermal camera over breaker box and found hot spot on furnace. Presented customer the hot spot on breaker and one other breaker, unrelated to the AC unit. Checked refigerant levels and found vapor saturation sitting about 33 degrees. Checked sensing bulb on txv and found sitting on a weld and strapped with zip ties. Replaced zip ties with proper txv mount and moved it off the weld. Insulated sensing bulb. Vapor saturation balanced out and refigerant charge was within target range. Also, found thermostat wire from house to outside unit stripped back. Insulated thermostat wire and checked for any other issues. No other issues where found. Gave customer quote to replac
7/11/22 Upon arrival found the unit was in really good shape. It's from 2016 and saturation temperatures were awesome (50/100F) the only thing that was off was the subcool was a little low. I added 1lb of freon and it brought up the subcool. It wasn't near enough to get the target subcool (9) and the guy didn't want to pay for more freon. I left the unit with an 18 degree difference in temperature with the subcool still being a little low. Unit was left cooling and is in great shape. Drain lines are clear and filter is new.
Upon arrival performed tune up. Changed out dual run capacitor. During the tune up process I examined the system to be low on refigerant. I noticed the liquid line filter dryer weld had a significant amount of oil built up on it. I ran a leak detector over it and picked up refigerant leaking out of the weld. I performed a leak search and repair and added 23 ounces of r410. Sensing bulb strap was also loose. Will need to come back and restrap sensing bulb and check charge. All other components were within specs and working properly.