It’s not rocket science here: everyone will eventually need Corinth AC repair someday. After all, your AC unit is just a machine, and on top of that, we all know how summertime can be in Texas… Sun, sun, and more sun!
Imagine this: you return home after a full working day and all you want is to chill out and refresh yourself. You turn on your air conditioning unit and it simply doesn’t work. Even if you want to leave it for the next day, there is no way you can stand the heat. It is time to call for an emergency AC repair in Corinth.
Comfort Experts is your best, fastest, and most reliable solution when it comes to AC services in Corinth. We have been doing Denton AC repairs in and around Denton and the surrounding areas for years, and we are happy to offer you AC services in your Corinth home.
If you need AC repair in Corinth, TX, look no further. Call Comfort Experts today and schedule an AC repair in Denton or Corinth so you can get back to being comfortable and cool. With Comfort Experts, all the hassle is taken away from you. We provide professional service and are happy to take on any projects regarding AC services in Corinth to help you be as comfortable as possible in your home.
All Corinth residents can now take advantage of our fast and reliable service. We will come to your home and take a professional look at all problems you may have and give you our best opinion about all the issues your air conditioning unit is facing, free of charge.
Have you ever considered that even before your air conditioning unit fails, you may be overspending money on electricity for quite a while? In fact, the first sign your AC unit is not performing the way it should may actually be your last electric bills and the overall air quality of your house.
Don’t worry, help is on the way. Now all Corinth residents can rely on our exceptional and dedicated team not only for your Corinth AC service, but also for the maintenance of your equipment as well. With our maintenance agreement, you will have less to worry about with your AC units because we’ll be keeping an eye on it regularly.
Additionally, we will inspect your entire home in order to improve the overall quality of air. We will closely look at your AC unit to help prevent any issues in the future. Not only will we help you prevent a costly and often avoidable Corinth AC repair in the future, but we will also help you reduce your electric bill and improve the overall air quality of your house.
We service our Corinth AC repair customers out of our AC services center in Denton, which is located at 1308 Teasley Ln, Ste 256, Denton, TX 76205. Feel free to come by our office anytime to set up an appointment or learn more. You can also call us for Corinth AC repair scheduling and information at (817) 341-5149, or visit us online at our Denton AC services page.
2nd unit purchased this year and another quick and professional delivery. Ensured everything was up to code and went the extra mile to ensure they met requirements. 1st unit purchased had an issue they resolved asap and under warranty and expecting the same with this unit. Great communication and ensured any questions I had were answered right away. Gave instructions for care (unit is more maintenance-free than the older unit) and ensured my Nest unit was configured properly. Hauled away old unit and ensured everything was clean before leaving. Overall, very pleased with the process, and while, yeah, it's not cheap, at least I won't have to worry about these units for another decade or so.
Mark was friendly, knowledgeable and provided a very thorough review of plumbing in my home. I was very happy to have him come in and discuss what he encountered, as part of my contract, including what could be life-saving recommendations for rusty gas connections. One more reason I enjoy working with Comfort Experts!
Did an Awesome job. Professional and politeness.
Dennis good, situation bad
Response from Comfort Experts Inc.:
Thank you for bringing this to our attention- we are sorry to hear of the level of service you received. We will dig deeper into why this happened so that we can do better in the future.
Jordan was curteous and friendly while helping us out today and I thank you guys so much for his help
Was not informed about delay in arrival arrived at 8, left at midnight Dispatch did not keep me informed Tech was great(5 stars)
Found some debris lodged inside of the inducer motor. After clearing the debris, the furnace fired right up.
Tech arrived for a HTU on the Upstairs system. <br> The capacitor was within specs. The contactor was in working condition. The Delta was within range. The filter was a little dirty. There was no replacement today. The customer was given order information. The drain was clear and bleach was poured. The heating system reached complete ignition. The systems did not appear to have Surge Protection. <br> <br> The customer decided to move forward with surge protection today. Surge Protectors were added to both systems. The items were installed, tested, and functioning.<br> <br> The system was functioning upon departure.
Install Dual fuel 24k horizontal upstairs with high efficiency filtration, whip, disconnect and drain pan
Upon arrival for tune up system on and heating. Inspected indoor unit. Blower has slight dust buildup. Coil clean. Drain line clear. Inducer motor amp draw within unit specifications. Ignitor and flame sensor clean. Inspected outdoor unit. Fan and compressor amp draw within unit specifications. Capacitor within tolerance. Refrigerant pressure good.
Tech arrived at a HTU. Upon inspection the the outside inverter board appeared to be functional. The condenser coils were clean. The Delta and refrigerant was at acceptable levels. There did not appear to be surge protection present. The filter was dirty and replaced. The drain system was clear and bleach was poured. The door safety switch was bypassed. This was fixed. The heating system reached complete ignition. The customer will think about repairs and will let us know. The system was functioning upon departure. Customer paid by check.
Tech arrived for a tune up. Upon inspection the capacitor was within specs. The contactor was in working condition. The condenser coils were clean. The Delta and refrigerant was at acceptable levels. The filter was relatively clean. The ducts were a little dirty. The drain system was clear and bleach was poured. The system did not appear to have Surge Protection. The customer was given information about repairs and memberships. The customer will pass at this type. The system was functioning upon departure. The customer paid with cash.
Upon arrival for tune up systems on and cooling. Inspected indoor units. Blowers and coils dusty. Drain line clear. Filters need to be changed. Inspected outdoor units. Upstairs unit capacitor out of tolerance. Downstairs unit capacitor within tolerance. Fan and compressor amp draws within unit specifications. Units heavily matted. Recommended replacement of capacitor. Customer declined at this time. Customer refused to pay service fee to technician. Wanted to pay to office. Called dispatch. They said they would collect.
Replace gas drip leg on water heater replayed all gas lines to make sure all appliances are working properly Call customer at the end of October to get this work done Company visor is set to come out on October 6 from 12 to 3
Tech arrived for a STU *2. Upstairs system- The capacitor was close to being out of tolerance and was replaced. The contactor was in working condition. The Delta, amperages, and refrigerant was at acceptable levels. The filter was dirty and replaced. The drain system was clear and bleach was poured. Downstairs system- The capacitor tested within specs. The contactor was in working condition. The compressor was pulling high amperage and was loud when starting up. A compressor saver was installed to help combat high amperage. There was a scorched HERM wire upon arrival. This wire was replaced as well as the spade. This situation should be monitored. The Delta and refrigerant was at acceptable levels. The filter was dirty and replaced. The drain system was clear and bleach was poured. The customer decided to add unit surge protection to the outside units. All surge lights were functioning after installation. Both systems were functioning upon departure and set temps were returned
Tech arrived for a service call and CTU. Downstairs system- The outside unit was running upon arrival. The blower motor was making a loud noise and not spinning. The motor was replaced and the system regained functionality with a 21 degree Delta and refrigerant was at acceptable levels. Upstairs system- The contactor was a little rusted. The condenser coils were dirty. The capacitor was close to being out of tolerance. Customer said she would wait on this repair until next visit. The drains were checked and clear. The filters were replaced. The condenser coils were hosed off to assist with air flow. Both systems were functioning upon departure.