While we might be used to the heat in Texas, it doesn’t mean we want to be uncomfortable in our house all summer. Ensure your air conditioner is up to the task of keeping your house cool and comfortable all summer by scheduling AC repairs, maintenance, and replacements in Tyler, TX when you call our experts at StoneBridge Heating & Air Conditioning. We offer top-of-the-line customer service with every appointment!
We offer the following cooling services:
- Emergency AC Repair
- Air Conditioning Repair & Maintenance
- Air Conditioning Installation & Replacement
- Filter Replacement
- Air Handler Services
- Evaporator Coil Services
- AC Refrigerant Leak Repair
- Air Duct Cleaning & Repair
- Air Cleaners & Filtration
- Smart Home Thermostats
- Commercial HVAC
Are you ready to replace your aging AC unit? Leave the work to our professionals. Call us for air conditioning installation services in Tyler.
Signs You Need To Replace Your Air Conditioner
When your air conditioner malfunctions, it can be difficult to determine if it needs to be repaired, or if you need to install a whole new system. Some signs that can indicate you need a new system installed include:
- Age: If your unit is older than 15 years old and nearing the end of its life expectancy.
- High utility bills: If your system is working harder than it needs to cool your home, resulting in higher energy bills.
- Less effective: If your property is no longer reaching the desired temperature or the setting on the thermostat.
- Multiple repairs: If your unit needs multiple repairs.
- Major repair: If you need a major or costly repair, such as a new motor or compressor.
- Leaks: If your unit is leaking.
- Noises: If you hear strange sounds coming from the system, which can signal an issue with your motor.
How To Save Money on Cooling Costs
Keeping your house at an ideal temperature all summer can cause your utility bills to rise. You can reduce your bills by using these tips to save on your cooling costs:
- Check your property’s insulation to make sure it’s keeping the cool air in and the hot air out.
- Replace the air filters at least every three months to keep the unit running efficiently.
- Schedule a tune-up with a professional at least once a year.
- Install a programmable thermostat to better control your indoor temperature.
- Reduce your thermostat by a few degrees. It will save energy, and you are unlikely to notice the difference.
- If your unit is older, replace it with a new, more energy-efficient model.
- Use fans to help circulate the air in the house.
- Close drapes on sunny days to keep the extra heat out.
Is your AC unit due for a tune-up? Call us for air conditioning repair services in Tyler.
Common Problems With AC Units
When summer heat arrives, it’s inconvenient to have your air conditioner fail. However, occasionally your unit might encounter common issues that require professional repairs. These can include:
- A lack of cold air coming from the system. A professional can examine the unit to determine why.
- The unit is working too hard to get air flowing through your vents. This can cause your monthly utility bills to increase.
- The thermostat is malfunctioning, leaving hot and cold areas around your home.
- There’s moisture leaking around the unit. You should have a professional inspect the leak to determine if it’s water or refrigerant.
Did not replace the gas valve today. Will keep it on the van if we need it in the future per Mike. Found the control board not sending the low voltage signal to the gas valve. The customer wants to know when the system was installed. I spoke with the supply house in Tyler and they informed me that the system is no longer under warranty and also that the system was not registered.
Kitchen sink leaking from basket strainer customer had new counter top installed and farm style sink installed there was no puddy around basket strainer just caulking and was causing the leak bc it didn’t have a good seal removed old strainer and clean off all the old caulking got the new strainer ready and used puddy once installed fill sink up to test for leaks no leaks found
Upon arrival tech saw that the main line from the house to the septic is holding water in the reverse clean out tech will have to install a clean out then attempt to auger the line out. Tech cut the pipe out and installed the two way clean out then tech ran cable 2 times to the tank and on the 2en time the cable went through the bavel and cleared the line all good to go at this time.
Upon arrival tech saw that the 40 gal water heater is leaking and needs to be replaced tech will give a quote to replace the 40 gal electric water heater with whip and disconnect pan and flood stop tech did drain and replace the water heater then tech turned on the water checked for leaks and turned on the power all good to go at this time.
Tech will give a quote to attempt to clear the clog by running the cable on the vent on the roof on the washer machine drain line. Tech went on roof cabled the vent line and cleared the drain line it had lots of grease in the line tech camera the line it looked clear tech ran lots of water to flush the line all good to go at this time.