AC Repair Company in Seguin
Air conditioners are commonly considered necessary appliances by most Texans, but it was only about a hundred years ago that air conditioning was invented. Even then, you didn’t see average Joe’s installing AC units in their homes. It was mainly businesses that wanted to stabilize the humidity within their factories or plants, or businesses that wanted to attract customers with their cool air.
America didn’t see homeowners – except the very wealthy – installing residential air conditioners until many years later. Today, however, things have changed a great deal. Practically everyone in Texas has an air conditioner in their home. And all those people need a reliable company to call when they have issues with their AC or HVAC unit.
Now they do! Tex-Perts Cooling & Heating is the leading air conditioner repair company in San Antonio. We cover the big city and its suburbs alike, so if you’re in Seguin, Texas or McQueeney or Geronimo or Santa Clara…you get the picture…then call us when your air conditioner isn’t cooling properly! We can have it repaired faster than any other company could, and you can always count on the quality of our work!
AC Repair Services in Seguin
Because we lead the field of air conditioning repair pros in San Antonio, we answer a lot of questions. Some are pretty simple, while others are a bit more complicated. Below, we’ve listed a few of the most common AC questions that we hear, in hopes that our answers will help you, too!
- How do I know what size air conditioner I need?
Years ago, you could just measure the square footage of the room to know what size system would meet your needs, but now it’s a little more complicated. You’ll need to know if your home receives full sun at any points during the day and the number of people who will be occupying the rooms. These factors can increase the BTUs that you’ll need, while a fully shaded home will need fewer.
- Can I plant shrubs around my outdoor AC component?
Many people want to disguise their air conditioning unit as much as possible, which is understandable. So, yes, you can plant shrubs or flowers – or add fencing – as close as 18 inches away from your outdoor air conditioning component. This distance will not keep your air conditioner from doing its job by restricting its air flow.
- Should my thermostat be on ‘ON’ or ‘AUTO’?
‘AUTO’ saves you money because it only causes the unit to run when it drops below a certain temperature. During the night and early morning, you may be able to avoid turning on your system. The ‘ON’ setting keeps the air conditioner running constantly, meaning that air is constantly circulating through your home and every room stays a consistent temperature.
If you have more questions about your air conditioning system, no matter what brand or model you have, we’d love to answer them! Call us today!