Air Conditioning and Heating in Hallsville, TX
A/C Contractors is a full-service air conditioning and heating contractor with the ability to service and install complete heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. In addition to preventive maintenance checks, service of existing equipment, and installation of new equipment, we can help you find ways to reduce your energy bills through a thorough cost-benefit analysis. With our Straight Forward Pricing, you will always know the exact price of each job before the work begins so you can make an informed decision.
You can count on our 100% Satisfaction Guarantees: Repairs – We guarantee that repairs on your equipment are fixed right or we will redo the repair for free.
Replacement – We guarantee that the equipment we have installed will perform as we have stated or we will remove it and return 100% of your investment.
Heating Repair in Hallsville, TX
Duct cleaning is a home maintenance task that is often overlooked by many homeowners. Thorough duct cleaning services help to maintain the healthy indoor air quality for your family. Regular duct cleaning is recommended, and more frequent service may be recommended if you suffer from respiratory conditions, smoke indoors, have multiple house pets, or complete a remodeling project.
Here at A/C Contractors, our duct cleaning experts will take time to thoroughly inspect and clean your home’s air ducts and ventilation system, leaving you with cleaner indoor air and a more efficient heating and air conditioning system.
Furnace Repairs in Hallsville, TX
In performing some furnace repairs, a person must first identify what is wrong with the furnace so let us take a look at some of the common problems regarding the furnace followed by the appropriate repair for the said problem. The first problem several people commonly see is when the furnace does not produce heat.
Some possible causes are when the thermostat is set low enough to cancel out the production of heat or when the thermostat itself is malfunctioning. A common cause of this problem furthermore is the tripping or blowing down of the circuit breaker controlling the furnace. This may also be caused by not opening or leaving the valve of the gas furnace control closed. To address this problem, a person may check the setting of the thermostat and setting it up properly to their desired level of heat.