For over 20 years we have provided excellent HVAC services to the Woodcreek homeowners. If you need to setup an appointment please give us a call. Whether you need a new ac unit, a capacitor replaced, freon charge or simply don't know the situation our well trained service team can help. Our hours of operation include 7am to 7pm and after hours by appointment. We want to become the only company you need and will work hard to earn your business. Our mission is to satisfy every homeowner 100% of the time.
Woodcreek, TX is found in Hays County and is home to around 1,457 people. It is found 28 miles southwest of Austin and 47 miles northeast of San Antonio. It's in the middle of the metro area and this makes it a great place to live that is outside of the booming nearby cities. Folks looking for a quiet place to live and raise families often choose to move here or to nearby suburbs, and for good reason. Homes here are beautiful and the school districts are phenomenal.
One thing that may not be so "phenomenal" about living here, however, is the scorching heat that comes each year during late spring and summer. It can be miserable here on some days with the sun beaming down and the temperatures easily climbing into the mid to upper 90s. This is why it's so important to be sure that your air conditioner is working as efficiently as possible to keep your family cool and comfortable. Whenever you notice the unit not working like it should, you need to get in touch with a trusted AC repair contractor serving your community who can easily diagnose the problem and get it taken care of for you at a price you can afford. This is exactly what you will get with our team of professionals. All of our techs have been trained in the best ways to go about inspecting units to find problems, and then they know what solutions to offer that will get the unit up and running like new again in no time. We are licensed, bonded, and insured.
As a homeowner with a broken air conditioner, you are probably wanting to know why this problem happened to you anyhow. You maintain your unit each year and schedule regular tune-ups. Even with the most routine maintenance, problems can crop up with a cooling system. Listed below are some of the most common air conditioner problems according to Angie's List.
1. Condenser isn't running - when this happens, check the power to the unit and make sure everything is plugged in. If it is, your next step is to check the circuit breaker for a blown fuse. Restore the power and see if the unit starts up again.
2. Inadequate air cooling - this could indicate that there is a problem with the thermostat or the evaporator may be clogged with dust, dirt, and debris. Clean the evaporator and let it run for a couple of hours. If the problem persists, it could mean that you have an AC unit that is not the right size for your home's cooling needs.
3. Air is running but it isn't cool - this could also indicate a problem with the thermostat. If the temp is set correctly, your next step is to check on the condenser. If it looks dirty or blocked, carefully clean and remove any debris. This also may indicate that you could have a problem with low refrigerant.
To get the problem(s) above taken care of, or to get any other AC issue properly diagnosed and repaired, please call us today to schedule an appointment. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
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