Heating & Air Conditioning Repair Services in Buda, TX
A well running and properly maintained HVAC system is incredibly important in order to have a happy and comfortable home here in Central Texas. Garner Heating & Air Conditioning have been providing exceptional AC and heating services for nearly 30 years. From simple repairs and maintenance through to a full HVAC replacement and installation in Buda and the surrounding area, our trusted technicians will ensure your system is running optimally and performing well in your home or office.
Garner Heating & Air Conditioning is a proud local company serving residential and commercial clients in Buda and the surrounding Texas Hill Country. We strive to exceed our customers’ expectations, while providing impeccable service. Our years of experience handling air conditioning and heating repair, replacement, and maintenance give us an advantage over our competitors- we specialize in creating a unique comfort system for your home or office. Contact us today!
AC Replacement Buda, TX
When it does come time for an AC and heater replacement, our heating and air conditioning experts in Buda will guide you through every step of the process- from making sure your ducts are clean and properly sealed, vents are directing air to where you need it, and to ensure your space has excellent air flow. They will redesign the system to maximize efficiency and output. Our team will offer advice on insulation and other ways you can support your new air conditioning system, which greatly reduces utility costs.
AC Maintenance Buda, TX
An improperly maintained system will not only make a HVAC replacement necessary sooner- but it also costs you in the meantime in energy costs. A system in good order doesn’t need to run as often or for as long to ensure proper climate control – a poorly running system works overtime for very little benefit. Utility bills can be expensive – this is a great way to save money while enjoying a comfortable home.
Even well maintained systems need repairs occasionally- all of our technicians are N.A.T.E certified and repairs are guaranteed for a year. With decades of experience and stellar customer service, our staff can handle almost any issue with your gas furnace, heat pump, and air conditioning system.
An HVAC system is one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make for the structure you live or work in- a great system is not cheap! The key is to protect this investment by having your system regularly evaluated and maintained to make sure that everything is running smoothly. Many common problems that would shorten the life of your AC and heating units can often be avoided through consistent maintenance. Air conditioner and heating replacements should always be the last resort. You’ll save money by hiring professionals from Garner to keep your system running the way it was meant to.
The average cost to repair an air conditioner in your Buda TX home is around $300. This takes into account every type of repair you could have on your AC system. On the low end it will cost around $150 to service a thermostat or capacitor and for more costly repairs like condenser coil, leaks and compressor around $1000. A tune-up will cost around $100.
Call or text the pros at Garner AC 512-392-2000 or contact us online to schedule service. We guarantee every repair we do with a price discussed before we even begin.
The average cost to replace or install a central air system in your Buda TX home is around $10,000. On the low end it’s around $6,000 and could be upwards of $15,000 depending on your specific needs. A professional HVAC contractor will ask about the size of your house and what areas need to be cooled or heated, make recommendations on the efficiency of the system (SEER rating), what additional upgrade will be needed and the warranty options. These all vary per company.
Call or text Garner AC at 512-392-2000 and we’ll help determine the solution that best fits your home’s needs. Check out what your Buda TX neighbors are saying about our services too.
At a minimum one time a year but to have the most efficient running system 2 times a year is recommended.
Benefits of annual AC maintenance include:
- Much less chance of costly repairs.
- Better energy efficiency and lower electrical costs.
- Your AC system will last longer.
- Warranty protection.
- Potential for higher indoor air quality.
Once-a-year inspections on your HVAC system and tune-up services are the most important reasons to keep your air conditioning and heating system running in the best possible way all year long.
Ask about a Maintenance Agreement when you call or when our technician arrives. You’ll save even more!
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Service was done professional and service member was very informative and curious
George - Buda, TX
Taylor - Buda, TX
Lewis - Buda, TX
fantastic, as usual!!
Hagemann - Buda, TX
We are so happy to have a company like Garner to take care of all our heating and air conditioning needs!
Flanagan - Buda, TX
Garner always provides great service
Oakes - Buda, TX
Chase was on-time and professional
Matthew - Buda, TX
Garner came out the same day we called. Chase diagnosed and fixed the problem and answered all our questions.
Prompt good service
Dominik - Buda, TX
Been with Garner for many years. Always great service. Only concern is I was not made aware my maintenance agreement had expired.
Gutierrez - Buda, TX
Professional Staff and Great Service!
Huffman - Buda, TX
All Garner employees were well mannered and professional and took the time and effort to explain the air conditioning repairs and service they performed.
Conducted heat check 2020 on the downstairs furnace. The system is heating properly at this time.
Carrier 2-ton gas furnace leak has been found at cased coil. Will send options for replacement to the customer.
Customer purchased HI1E. Using Greensky. The work is scheduled for Wednesday.
When I arrived, I found that the condenser fan motor to be tripping the breaker. I gave the customer his options and he chose to have it replaced at the bronze level at this time. After making the repair everything is coming on and working at this time.
When I arrived, I found the primary drain line to be backed up and tripping the safety float switch that we installed back in April. I cleared the drain, treated it and pulled a vacuum on the line to suck all of the water out to ensure that it is free flowing. After repairs, everything is working at this time. While I was clearing the drain, I did see oily residue on the 3/8” copper line coming out of the of evaporator coil. I used my leak detector and bubbles but could not pick up a leak at this time. The refrigerant pressures were in specs at well. I did inform the customer that there may be more issues.
Performed start up on the furnace. Set input of gas and performed a combustion analysis. System is working and producing condensate at this time.
Found high voltage wiring damage at hot leg input preventing start up. New transformer for Reme Halo bulb installed and all wiring secured. Also, found water from exterior leaking onto furnace electrical component. All-purpose sealant has been used to stop leak. System back up and cooling.
Customer is scheduled for 9/17 for system replacement
Separated coil from furnace to install transition for flu pipe. Sealed all pressure points with mastic tape and air lock and strapped flu pipe. Also installed new Nest thermostat.
Customer would like a 1 year warranty with repairs. After primary cost a total of 3930.45 will be customers balance. Please email customer quote. I’m communicating with cust phone and text.
Installed new Carrier 3.5-ton gas system in closet. Built new plywood overlay for unit and hot water heater. Installed new line filter drier and pressure tested system for extensive leak check. Pulled deep vacuum and charged system to factory specs. Built new PVC primary drain line with SS-2 safety switch. Converted system to propane and added new sediment trap. Installed new Edge thermostat and re-piped and strapped flu pipe.
Found that the powered, Rector Seal safety switch was the problem. We have an in-house recall on these. I replaced it with the standard float switch. There was not a clogged drain.
Found the voltage enhancement system was depleted. Customer chose the Platinum repair option. Checked the system in cool after making repairs. The system is cooling properly at this time.
Rheem 4-ton attic installed straight cool system down due to leak at bottom of condenser coil. Customer will have to talk to family about upgrade and will reach out to us if they move forward with full change out. Data collected. System down and customer has several window units.
Found zone system wiring incorrect. Zone 2 has been wired per schematic and seems to be working; it is closing and opening. Customer would like to get supply plenum mildew issue addressed and condenser pad to raise condenser up above grade with gas line mounted to decking. Will monitor zone system when we return for repairs.
Found the condensate system clogged. Customer chose Silver option for repairs. The system is draining and cooling properly after repairs.
Found that the condenser coil was dirty. Washed the condenser and checked the system in cool. The system is cooling properly at this time. I suggest that the plumbing under the sink (where the condensate drain goes to) be cleaned out.
Found the system low on R-410A refrigerant. Customer chose to have it charged at this time. It is understood that we cannot keep charging the system, and that the system will need replacement.
Customer purchased Gold maintenance plan. Customer would like a quote on replacing very noisy condenser exhaust removal motor.
When I arrived, I found that the duct in the master bedroom did not have the insulation around the duct all the way to the I-box and there was very little attic installation around the bucket. The I-box was sealed to the sheetrock, so I just reattached the outside liner to the I-box and fluffed the insulation around the I-box. I informed the customer to keep an eye on it and if it happens again to call me back. The dew point was above what the room was at this time.