HVAC, Plumbing and Electrical Services Near Godley, TX
Comfort Experts Inc. has been proudly serving Godley, TX, since 1962, and is dedicated to providing air conditioning and heating services, plumbing help, and electrician assistance to all homeowners in the area. With 24/7 availability made possible by our experienced experts, you’ll be glad to know that your satisfaction is our goal—and it’s guaranteed! Whether you need an air conditioner repair or an emergency plumber for a broken pipe, Comfort Experts Inc. is here for you. Read some of our reviews below to learn more about our commitment to quality services at affordable prices.
for Godley, TX
Our Reviews by City
Excellent! Helpful when others were not available!
Hannah - Godley, TX 76044
Thanks for the help on such short notice! Great service as well as very professional and kind. Thanks again!
Jack - Godley, TX 76044
Sandra - Godley, TX 76044
Joe - Godley, TX 76044
Kellen was an awesome tech! He was forthright, honest, prompt, and offered many options!
Jack - Godley, TX 76044
Responsive and professional!
John - Godley, TX 76044
I appreciated the straight down to business and professional attitude! Tyler got it done!
The guy was great news stuff and would recommend him to anybody
Ronny - Godley, TX 76044
Joe - Godley, TX 76044
Condenser fan motor was failing. Replaced under p&l.
Replaced waterheater customer supplied. Removed thankless to a tank added discount and caped the other 2 power legs. All done and working like it should
Dual run capacitor bad, build up on blower wheel, evaporator coil rusty, duct cleaning, system is operating at this time.
dispatch to reach out to collect half and sched for Mark w and Tyler s to go out next avail,,
09/23/23 Tyler S - checked out thankless waterheater and 2/3 of the heating elements are not working. Repairing the elements would cost the same as a new unit so the customer is considering us installing a 30_40 gal electric tank water heater.
2019 Goodman Gas Furnace Checked and tightened all electrical connections Filter was acceptable Drain was clear and draining Blower motor and wheel were acceptable Evaporator coil was acceptable Heat exchanger was acceptable All safeties were functional Recommended uv light for furnace and compressor saver for condenser
2020 carrier airhandler Checked and tightened all electrical connections Filters were acceptable Drain was clogged and draining from secondary drain, informed customer customer approved work to clear and treat. Cleared drain and poured a gallon of water down Blower motor and wheel were acceptable Evaporator coil was acceptable 2020 carrier Straight electric Dual run capacitor was within manufacturers range Electrical connections were acceptable Refrigerant levels were acceptable at this time Condenser coil was acceptable Fan blades and motor were acceptable Washed coil from inside out Waxed top of unit
Customer expressed $600+ electric bills. Did a full system check up on the HVAC System testing volts and Amps, everything was within range. Crawled under the home and checked all ducting and Vapor barrier, no issues. After talking with customer about the 38 year old (renovated very well) mobile home and how these types of homes and the age have a lot of "invisible to us" energy/air leaks and I couldn't provide a solution within my scope of profession. I then brought up the idea of solar, customer claimed her husband has been talking about that for a while now. Viable option to offset the KWH per year by exchanging a high electrical bill with a more affordable Solar investment. CA appointment for 9/15/23 @12-3p for a Solar presentation.
Customer expressed the issue with her large electric utility bill. Asked if I could find out the issue. The conversation ended up with me deciding to go under the home and check the ducting. Customer was very polite but was very clear that I was not to go under the house at the moment. Asked for a Tuesday first call to investigate. Called dispatch and verified schedule.
Completed electrical tune-up sending over HVAC technician so that they can look at the excessive use of filters
08/24/23 customer never showed up. We waited over30 minutes and left business card on door.
2021 trane air Handler Checked and tightened all electrical connections Customer recently changed filter Drain was clear and draining poured a gallon of water down Blower wheel and blower motor were acceptable Evaporator coil was acceptable 2021 trane Straight electric Dual run capacitor was within manufacturers range Electrical connections were acceptable Refrigerant levels were acceptable Condenser coils were impacted with dust and dirt Fan blades and motor were acceptable Washed coil from inside out Waxed top of unit
Carrier air Handler Checked and tightened all electrical connections Changed customer provided filter Drain was clear and draining poured a gallon of water down Blower motor and wheel were acceptable Evaporator coil was acceptable Carrier heatpump Dual run capacitor was below manufacture range on herm side, replaced dual run cap Electrical connections were acceptable Refrigerant levels were acceptable at this time Condenser coil was acceptable Fan blades and motor were acceptable Cleaned debris out the bottom of the unit Washed coil from inside out Waxed the top of the unit
3.5ton HP 2018. System not cooling correctly. Upon investigation, I found the outdoor condenser fan motor rumbling. I checked the data tag and verified the proper mfd. The dual run capacitor was rated at a 70/10 and needed to be a 70/5 for proper manufacture specifications. Fixed issue, refrigerant level was appropriate at 10°subcool, amps and volts check was appropriate. Indoor unit filter was backwards, fixed. DeltaT inspected - 18°. My conclusion was the fan motor capacitor was not properly sized and the heat rejection from the condenser unit was compromised. Titanium membership acquired. System left fully functional. Customer may need this description to get her money back from previous company that installed the wrong size condenser fan capacitor.
Outdoor unit is operating within specifications, refrigerant levels are good at this time, indoor unit operating within specifications, drain line is clear at this time, customer declined all recommendations, left system cooling
System down upon arrival, investigation discovered a failed dual run capacitor on a 3 year old trane hp. Utilized p/o warranty and obtained a membership. System left fully operational. Titanium P/o warranty 35/7.5 dual run capacitor.
Light fixture has been replaced customer is happy with final product
Upon arrival both systems are in working condition. Looking at the indoor unit all electrical connections and components are good. Blower and coil are clean. Drain lines are starting to devolpe chunks. Recommended a pan strip for both but only had one and went ahead and put it in the east unit. Filters are clean. Looking at the units outside. All electrical connections and components are good. Capacitor is out of tolerance for the east side one. Client denied work , said home insurance would cover it. Capcitor for west unit is low but within tolerance. Refrigerant levels are acceptable. Amp draws are acceptable. Cleaned both units inside out. Left both systems in working condition. Thank you for choosing comfort experts.
2022 trane air handler Checked and tightened all electrical connections Changed customer provided filter Drain was clear and draining, poured a gallon of water down Blower motor and wheel were acceptable Evaporator coil was acceptable Heating elements were functional and within manufacturer range 2022 trane heat pump Run capacitor was within manufacturer range Electrical connections were acceptable Refrigerant levels were acceptable at this time Condenser Coil was acceptable Fan blades and motor were acceptable Cleaned debris out of the unit Washed the unit from inside out Waxed top of the unit
Came to system with compressor not turning on. Diagnosed bad capacitor, replaced bad capacitor. System left in working order
Arrived at location and spoke with home owner. Inspected outdoor unit. Capacitor failed. Replaced capacitor. Verified refrigerant charge. Refrigerant charge good. System operating and cooling properly, with a 20 degree delta.
Disconnected outdoor unit to be able to be moved, fence in the way so couldn't strap line up on wall, was told they will strap lineset up for the transport. Will call back on Friday sometime for us to reconnect outdoor, Ryan will go and reconnect it. Homeowner was not present.
Carrier heat pump with air handler installed in 2016. All electrical connections are tight with no corrosion. X13 blower motor is acceptable. Blower wheel and evap coil have biological growth. Delta T is 18 degrees. 70/7.5 dual run cap is weak on both sides. No compressor saver installed. Compressor and condenser fan motor are acceptable. Refrigerant and airflow levels are in range.
Wall unit (similar to what you would see in a motel) in the office (not his main system that I fixed last visit). System was unplugged, customer said he saw or heard a spark and called us. I plugged the system in and clicked the gfci on the power cord and the system came back on. I proceeded to clean the coil with a dry brush and vacuum and vacuumed the filters. Customer was super happy once again. Left with system on high cool mode. Charged $49 for cleaning the small unit.
Install 24k upflow gas with standard filtration, adding new supply to upstairs off and duct cleaning Alex D 5/25/23 install complete Jani broke a light fixture in customers hallway talked to customer about it and found new fixture on home Depot that they agreed would be a good replacement ordering fixture tomorrow once it comes in Jani and I will come back out to replace it Customer also mentioned Kellen still has not brought her any filters and she would like an update as soon as possible on then