Every once in a while, your air conditioning unit needs a repair. Whether it is a minor Krum AC repair or a full on AC installation, you need a company who offers AC services in Krum that you can trust and rely on when your AC is having problems. Additionally, your house can be harboring dangerous particles that can impact and affect the overall quality of air, and you need a company devoted to finding and eradicating these problems.
One of the first signs that your AC unit is not performing the way it should be is actually the increase of your energy costs. If you just sit back acting like nothing is happening, chances are that you will end up needing an emergency Krum AC repair with huge and unnecessary costs. Comfort Experts is a Krum AC services company who wants to help you maintain your AC unit throughout the year and who can be your first phone call when your AC goes out in the middle of summer.
You know how hot Krum can be in the summer. You need to keep your house cool during summer, but that’s only possible with efficient AC units. With the help from our professional and dedicated team, all those living in Denton and the surrounding areas can now schedule regular maintenance and AC services in Krum for AC equipment. You don’t need to overspend your hard-earned money on huge electric bills. You can rely on the Comfort Experts team for Krum AC repair and maintenance to keep your AC unit working properly and efficiently all yeard round.
What if you haven’t decided about a scheduled AC maintenance agreement yet and suddenly your unit just stops? That’s when you realize you need an emergency AC service in Krum. If that happens, consider your problem solved. Comfort Experts is available for Denton AC repair 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year.
If you live in Denton, Krum, or the surrounding area, you don’t need to look any further. All you have to do is call Comfort Experts and schedule a Krum AC repair today. We are available at any time to solve all AC and heating problems with your units, and our primary goal is to provide all Krum residents with high quality services. Our job will only be completed once all your issues have been fixed.
We will even go one step further. We are so confident in our Krum AC repair that after your AC service in Krum is done, if your unit fails again after the services provided, we will fix it again for free.
Comfort Experts, Inc. serves our Krum AC repair customers out of our Denton location, which can be found at 1308 Teasley Ln, Ste 256, Denton, TX 76205. We offer AC services in Krum and Denton, no matter how large or small they are. Come by our office anytime to schedule a Krum AC repair, or give us a call at 817-587-8859. You can also check us out online on our Denton AC services page.
Contact us (817) 587-8859 today to schedule your AC service in Krum.
Steven was very knowledgeable! Was a great experience! Highly recommend!
Kind knowledgeable efficient!
2 heat sequencers and the outdoor breaker were bad, replaced under warranty, system working as it should
Tech arrived at a HTU. Upon inspection the capacitors were within specs. The contactor was in working condition. The surge protector was functioning. The filter was very dirty and replaced. The ductwork and interior of the system was also dirty. The drain line was clear at this time. The drain switch was being bypassed. The heating system was functioning. A level 2 duct cleaning, treatment strip, and UV system is recommended. The customer is aware of the condition and will pass on repairs today. The system was functioning upon departure.
Tech arrived for a HTU*2. Main system- the capacitor was within specs. The contactor was in working condition. The Delta and refrigerant was at acceptable levels. The filters were clean. The blower area and ductwork was dirty. The drain system was clear and bleach was poured. Master bedroom system- the capacitor was within specs. The contactor was in working condition. The Delta and refrigerant was at acceptable levels. The filter was clean. The blower area and ductwork was dirty. The drain system was clear and bleach was poured. There was a hose attached to the drain termination. The dryer vent was a little dirty. The systems did not appear to have Surge Protection. Quotes were given for repairs. The customer was informed that the special pricing is limited for the duct cleaning. Customer may call back at a later time to schedule an appointment. Both systems were functioning upon departure.
Upon arrival for tune up system on and cooling. Inspected outdoor unit. Fan and compressor amp draw within unit specifications. Capacitor within tolerance. Refrigerant pressure good. Inspected indoor unit. Filter needs to be changed. Drain lines clear. Coil clean. Blower shows growth. EM coils working properly. Recommended UV light and cleaning. Customer declined at this time.
Bedroom system drain line runs outside into garden hose, garden hose was clogged causing safety switch to trip. Cleared hose and system is operating as should, main system operation is normal, cleaned both condensers and changed filters.
Upon arrival unit on and cooling. Filter clean. Drain line clear. Growth inside of unit. Inspected outside unit. Refrigerant pressure good. Fan and compressor amp draw within unit specifications. Capacitor out of tolerance. Customer said they would replace it themselves.
Upon arrival found system running and cooling. Delta drop was within range. Blower motor was operating appropriately. Blower housing shown signs of dirt and debris. Coil looked good and there was no signs of growth or rust. Drain line was clear. Changed air filter. Outdoor unit compressor was operating appropriately. Outdoor motor was operating within FLA. Dual cap was close to being outside of Manufacturers specs. I advised customer of the issue. Contactor look good and refigerant levels were within range and. All other components were within specs and working properly.
Tech arrived for a CTU and no cool. Drain checked and refrigerant was at acceptable levels. Upon inspection, the contactor was severely scorched and the compressor was pulling high amperage. The high amperage appeared to be what had been causing the condenser to shut off. Customer was informed of the benefits behind adding a compressor saver. The contactor was replaced and the system was functioning at the time of departure.
Found dual run capacitor failed. Replaced capacitor and system is operating as should
Today I performed a thorough evaluation of Mr. Villarrealâ€˜s system Blower capacitor was 1.01 out of range blower wheel had some visual dirt on it and his outside heat pump head correct charge