Rio Vista 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 Rio Vista 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!
Rio Vista 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 Rio Vista AC repair needs.
Here For All Your HVAC Needs
Comfort Experts, Inc. has made it our mission to keep Rio Vista 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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Cheryl - Rio Vista, TX 76093
JB - Rio Vista, TX 76093
The young man appearance and professional conduct was very much appreciated
Roger - Rio Vista, TX 76093
Cynthia - Rio Vista, TX 76093
My experience with Casey was fantastic! He was willing to go the extra mile to get the job done.
Homeowner stated that the condenser fan would turn off after a while of use. Per my evaluation of a 2011 3.5 ton trane HP, I found these major issues. Blower wheel has a heavy layer of dirt, dust and debris which reduces optimal airflow to the house. Heavy biological growth on the indoor unit. Liquid line/evaporator coil leaks detected. No drop down ladder for ease of access to the indoor unit. Return ducting at the plenum needs to be reveled. Outdoor unit is extremely un-level which compromises the compressor due to the proper amount of oil being able to be where its suppose to be for proper performance. Scorching on primary Electrical control contactor. Shorted out lizards ontop of the contactor and capacitor. Compressor RLA is high. Temperature of the suction line in heatmode indicates undercharge. No manufacturer warranties. System trips on thermal overload due to the aforementioned issues with the compressor and refrigerant. Bringing this all to the attention to the homeowne
Performed HTU on 2019 goodman 4 ton electric. Filters replaced. R3mived unnecessary filter on the laundry room door since indoor unit already has a filter on door and ontop of the evaporator coil. Drain line clear. Blower needs cleaning. Evaporator coil needs cleaning. Electrical connections secure. Electric heatstrips proper OHMs REMINDED and Discussed the importance of getting blower wheel and Evaporator coil cleaned, shared estimates and customer clampimed hopefully by next tuneup they'll have the funds.
Replaced DOA condenser,
Upon arrival system was in working condition. Client stated that for the past few days system has not been cooling properly. 11° delta. Refrigerant levels are acceptable. Compressor running on 50% amps. Client will need a new compressor.
Trash found within duct board from 3 different supply vents. Recommend cleaning customer declined and decided to clean themselves.
Arrived to unit completely out of refrigerant, performed leak search found leak on evaporator coil ,informed customer of this and options and he wants to call aro7nd but wants me to follow up tuseday
Completed my thorough inspection, the indoor unit was inspected and found all connection on properly. The blower motor has biological growth and home owner was experiencing breathing issues, the biological growth is also building up on the inside housing plate. I'd highly advise getting a UV system installed to kill it from growing and a duct cleaning to flush out any growth accumulating in the system ducts. The outdoor unit was washed and the capacititor was within rating, unit is functioning properly.
Found low voltage short on the indoor field wiring cut all low voltage at air handler back and redid the wiring unit is now up and running
Install 36k heat pump Upflow Includes- 1,400 Sq ft of R-29 Includes April Aire filter
Primary electrical control, build up on blower wheel, biological growth, evaporator coil rusty and corroded, system upgrade do to age condition and refrigerate phase out.
CTU complete Drain line clear Filters inspected Blower wheel and motor inspected EVAP coil inspected Electrical connections inspected DeltaT inspected Outdoor unit washed and waxed Fan motor and blade inspected Coil inspected Electrical contactor inspected Capacitor inspected Noticed the heatstrips had tripped a breaker at some point. Talked to the customer about the importance of system rejuvenation.
Did a evaluation on 13 year old comfortmaker air handler and 15 year old comfortmaker condenser electric system,checked capacitor, checked filter, drain is good, found the compressor would come on but the condenser fan motor would not,tested motor and found it had shorted out and needed to be replaced,customer staed they have to talk to husband and would get back with us by the end of the day,recommended a membership, condenser fan motor (oem),condenser fan motor(universal),and replacing system due to age
Blower motor leaking oil, build up on blower wheel, primary electrical controls for heat strips burnt and pitted, evaporator coil extremely rusty and corroded, biological growth throughout air handler, water heater rusty and corroded all around the bottom, primary electrical control on condenser burnt and pitted, system upgrade do to age condition refrigerate phase out and efficiency. Husband not home, going to talk with him and call us back.
HTU complete Drain clear Filters changed Evaporator coil inspected Blower wheel inspected Heatstrips inspected Electrical connections inspected Recommended solutions.
8/19/22 Upon arrival found hvac not cooling. This was due to the capacitor being blown out, as well as their compressor saver being blown out too. I replaced both the compressor saver and the capacitor and the customers signed up for copper, that way they have lifetime warranty on the capacitor. The system started up and sounded great, inrush amperage on compressor was 80 and the lock amps was rated for 135. Well under the lock amps! System was left cooling with 20dt and drain lines are clear
Indoor unit -Goodman- 1997 Cap on blower wheel - 9.57/10 lowest tolerance is 9.5 Cap on condenser - herm to center is within tolerance 44.07/45 - fan is 4.78/5, lowest tolerance is 4.75 R22 digital gauges indicate extremely low refrigerant. On a pitson at 105Â° outdoor should be 0-5Â°, this unit was over 18Â° superheat. Condenser fan has overheating damage. Water in the EVAP coil pan, indicating condensation drain line clog. Set a lead with Gildate for 08/03/22 at 6pm