Oak Point AC & Heating Services
The purpose of your heating, air conditioning and ventilation system is to provide a comfortable and safe environment inside your home. This could be anything from keeping your home heated or cooled at your preferred temperature to improving the indoor air quality and circulation of your home to help fight against respiratory and other illnesses. Can you guarantee that your unit is running at its full potential and successfully providing the ideal comfort and safety for your Oak Point home? If you answer “no” to this question it is time to have your unit inspected. Call us today at 817-341-5149 to schedule your inspection!
Oak Point AC Repair & Replacement
If your unit is unable to be repaired and has to be replaced, we’re here to quickly get a new unit put in so you can get back to the comfort you deserve. All you have to do is choose a new system! We provide a wide range of HVAC units to choose from so we know that you will be able to find a new system that caters to your needs.
Our 5-star online reviews show that we are dedicated to customer satisfaction. We have made it our goal to leave you saying that you had a good experience with our company. We take pride in the work we do and always back our work with a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee. You will always be left satisfied and we will always leave knowing we have successfully assisted your family with your Oak Point AC repair needs.
Here For All Your HVAC Needs
Comfort Experts, Inc. has made it our mission to keep Oak Point families comfortable all year long and assure that your home is a safe environment. No matter the issue with your heating and cooling systems, we’re here to help. By offering AC inspection and repair, we can diagnose a malfunction quickly and fix the problem, returning your system to peak performance.
In addition to heating and cooling, we specialize in plumbing and electrical services so you don’t have to worry about hunting down multiple contractors. We take care of all your HVAC systems from start to finish. For the most comfortable call you’ll ever make, we’ll be here 24/7 at 817-341-5149 !
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Andy - Oak Point, TX 75068
Andy - Oak Point, TX 75068
Tech arrived at a Free 1lb R410A tuneup. Upon inspection the capacitor was far out of tolerance. The condenser fan motor was pulling high amperage. The compressor was pulling high amperage. The refrigerant was low. The condenser coils were hosed off to assist with air flow across the coils. The filter was dirty and was replaced. The system and ductwork was dirty. The Delta was low. The drain was clear and vinegar was poured. The customer was informed of recommendations today. Due to 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. The customer decided to add refrigerant and was informed of the disadvantages about adding refrigerant without repairing the leak. The customer also decided to replace the duel run capacitor and add a treatment strip. The customer decided to add a Cooper Membership in order to benefit from the discounts. The system was functioning upo
Found gas leaking from suction line inside condensor unit. Offered many solutions but none seem to be in his price range.
Tech arrived for a service call. Upon arrival the customer mentioned that there was a error code on the thermostat and the system shut down for a couple hours then came back on. The drain was checked and was gargling. The customer had installed the drain line trap and the vent appeared to be in the opposite position. The customer will add one to the other side of the trap. The Delta was 21 degrees. The outside condenser motor was pulling high amperage. The customer would like exact pricing on this part. ECM 142R 1ph, 1/5hp, 230 V, 0.50A, 850RPM. For a Carrier model# 24ANB160A0030030. Serial# 2311E19202. The customer was given a guess estimate. We will pause the call for pricing.
The tech arrived for a tuneup*2. There was a ride along employee present. Main system- the capacitor was within specs. There was rust on the contactor terminals. There was rusting on the fan motor. The condenser coils were clean and were hosed off anyways. The sprinkler system was hitting the unit causing rust on the coils. The filter was dirty and replaced. The blower area. There was rust in the burner area. The drain system had no drain safety. The drain pan was rusted with rust on the bottom of the pan. The Delta was 19 degrees. The disconnect box was rusted and had corrosion on the terminals. Garage system- The capacitor was within specs. The contactor was in working condition. There was no observed surge protection. The filter was dirty and replaced. The drain system had no drain safety. The drain was clear and bleach was poured. There was growth present in the blower area. The Delta was 13. The R22 system was giving erratic refrigerant pressures. The Low side Sat temp was clo
Tech arrived at a STU. It was cold. The tech had a ride along employee. Upon inspection, the capacitor was out of tolerance. The defrost control board showed hot spots. The contactor was in working condition. The condenser coils were hosed off to assist with air flow across the coils. The filter was relatively clean as well as the blower area. The UVV system was functioning. The drain was clear and bleach was poured. There was no observed surge protection. The customer was informed of recommendations needed today. He decided to move forward with the Universal Defrost Board and 40/5 Duel Run Capacitor today. These items were tested, installed, and functioning. The customer's water heater was evaluated. It is a 2000 model. It had rust on the bottom of the pan. The TPR valve terminated in the pan. This is against current building standards. It is recommended that replacement/repairs be performed on the water heater. The customer is interested in financing and will call back in for a
Tech arrived for a free second opinion. The customer recieved a recommendation from Milestone indicating that the customer needed duct cleaning. The customer had a level 1 duct cleaning in Dec of 2020. The customer wanted the ducts and previous work evaluated. The return ducts were a little dirty. The coil and blower area was also dirty. The coil and blower cleaning is not included in the level 1 duct cleaning. There are many factor that can contribute to dust in the return ductwork. There was no observed indication that the previous work was not performed as intended. Invoice was reviewed and service fee was removed.
9 year old Goodman heat pump: thermostat not functioning properly, build up on blower wheel, evaporator coil dirty, duct cleaning, system is operating at this time. Sold lvl2 duct cleaning and installed new thermostat.
Customer called because the upstairs thermostat keeps sending her high humidity notifications and wanted to have the upstairs system checked out. Service checked the system, amps, capacitor, and refrigerant levels are operating within specs, and flushed the drain with 1 gallon of water, Delta T@17Â°F. Notified the customer that the system is operating properly and recommend to start using 4" filters, customer will replace the thermostats with Ecobee soon. Left the system on in cooling.
Thoroughly performed a cooling tune up, washed condenser coil out, tightened electrical connections and checked all cooling components. Refrigerant levels are good, dual run below spec levels, condenser fan has several hot spots, defrost control board has burns on the back, drain clear and the evaporator coil is extremely rusted. Due to the age and condition, recommended upgrading to something reliable with warranties behind it. Customer needs time to think about it. Customer will call back if he decides on repairs or system. Setting reminder
Today I did a complete and thorough evaluation of the customers system. I checked for anything that would affect the reliability, efficiency, and safety of the system. Customer has a air handler with a heat pump previous outdoor system was replaced with another system but was not correctly charged so the customer. Customer wants to call office and schedule another visit to charge system. Air handler has a PSE motor. Capacitor tested within range. Blower wheel had no shaft play and was a little dirty. Evaporator coil was clean had little corrosion. Outdoor heat pumps capacitor tested within range. No shaft play on outdoor fan. Under coil was a little dirty but I washed it off and not many bent fins.