Heating & Air Conditioning Repair Services in Kyle, TX
They say home is where the heart is, and there’s no doubt that’s how we feel about Kyle. It’s the very place the Garners have chosen to hang their hats! It’s safe to say that you want your heart, and your home, to be as comfortable as possible and in Central Texas, this means that your heating and cooling situation better be top notch. With three decades of replacing, maintaining and repairing heaters and air conditioners, and all the experience that comes with it, the HVAC professionals at Garner Heating & Air Conditioning are pleased to offer our heating and air conditioning services to all our neighbors in Kyle.
Your heating and cooling system is one of the pricier items in your home – you want to make sure that the people you entrust to work on the system are knowledgeable and professional. Our AC and heating specialists are N.A.T.E. certified and have years of experience optimizing existing systems and expertly designing new systems. Heat and AC repairs in Kyle, whether it’s for your system’s heat pump, gas furnace, or any of your cooling elements, has never been easier.
The most effective way to keep your indoor air clean is to invest in an air purification system. There are different ones from which you can choose. Depending on the pollutants present in your home, a certain one will work best for you. Garner Heating & Air Conditioning can help determine what is going on with your indoor air and how best to keep it clean. We offer a number of different high quality IAQ products guaranteed to improve the indoor air quality in your home. Contact us today to learn more!
If your air conditioner freezes, follow these steps to get your unit functioning again:
- Turn off the unit from the breaker. This will allow the unit to thaw. FYI, thawing could take an entire day.
- Do not remove the ice by hand to avoid damaging the unit.
- After thawing, dry the coils by turning back on your unit but on the fan setting only. This helps circulate air and dry the coils quickly.
- Turn the AC back on to see if it operates without freezing over.
On average, Kyle TX residents can anticipate paying around $350 for minor air conditioner repairs, or a range of $165 – $550. Larger repairs can cost quite a bit more, even upwards of $2,000 depending on what is wrong.
For a more accurate price, contact the team at Garner Heating & Air Conditioning. Our technicians will provide accurate and affordable repair services, guaranteed.
See what your Kyle neighbors are saying about our services below.
AC Replacement Kyle, TX
When a replacement is needed, our certified technicians take pride in designing from scratch a plan to make sure that your infrastructure meets the needs of your new equipment. Often, the airflow and design of preexisting equipment would poorly support a new system. Our Kyle AC and heater experts will go in and maximize the efficiency of your new system, keeping your system performing optimally for many years to come.
Whether your needs are commercial or residential, our Kyle AC and Heating specialists will ensure your Central Texas space is as comfortable as you need it to be. Contact us today.
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Excellent service, a tad pricey
Saunders - Kyle, TX
George Torres did a wonderful job checking our two units and making needed adjustments. Since his visit, the units seem to be responding better and more quietly. Like so many other service costs, this visit cost more than in the past. Because of George's A-plus work, we don't mind the cost so much.
Morrison - Kyle, TX
Very professional! On time, knowledgeable, and was very helpful with the explanation of the problem
Harper - Kyle, TX
Its always a pleasure to see the Garner team come to the house. I know they keep my system in top shape.
Artlive - Kyle, TX
Efficient, well explained process...quality checked to ensure working properly after new coils were installed. Won’t really know how well it works until next year when cooling system is necessary but, experience with Garner is they’ll be there if any issues occur.
Great service great to know my heater is running correctly
Johnson - Kyle, TX
He was prompt and when he was done he gave me his findings
Mitchell - Kyle, TX
They knew their stuff!
Gardner - Kyle, TX
The service technician definitely knew what he was doing! Very efficient! Very professional! Very thorough!
King - Kyle, TX
Detail maintenance inspection with excellent service
Service was good.
Canning - Kyle, TX
This was an expected service. All was done as expected.
Frederick - Kyle, TX
While performing AC tune-up I found the system completely empty of refrigerant. Spoke with the customer and they would like to speak to our Comfort Consultant to discuss replacement options.
Installed 4-ton Bryant package unit. Leveled concrete pad and built temporary transition out of duct board. Will return to rebuild ductwork with metal and install heat kit. System operating at this time.
Delivered and installed the Honeywell 4-inch media filter.
When I arrived, the customer informed me that she was interested in replacing her thermostat. I showed her option to replace it, but she decided that she wanted me to show her the settings with her current thermostat instead.
Performed cooling tune-up on a Goodman gas system. Found indoor voltage enhancement system under tolerance. Presented options to the customer and they decided to move forward with recommended repairs. Repair completed and system tested. Please see attached checklist for full tune-up details.
Performed cooling tune-up on an American standard gas system. Please see attached checklist for full tune-up details.
Diagnosed a failed exhaust removal system on the condenser. I also found issues with the voltage distribution system. Mr. Hanson selected the Platinum option for the repair. The work was completed, and the system was checked once repairs were complete. System is working at this time. I will return to perform AC tune-up on Tuesday 4/13/21.
Bid to replace system - He mentioned they had applied for the financing through Wells Fargo on our website, also asked about possibly only replacing part of system instead of whole thing - He was under the impression that replacing a whole system would be in the 6k ballpark and I told him I didn't have those numbers - He had a lot of questions that I had to tell him I didn't have the info for, you may want to call him before going over there
After performing the diagnostic, I found the system to be low on R-22 refrigerant. I presented the customer with his options and he chose to have it repaired at the basic level. After performing the basic level repair on the 18-year-old mobile home system it is cooling at this time. I did inform the customer that there is no warranty on this repair as the refrigerant will leak back out. I did recommend to the customer that he allow our Comfort Consultant to come out and give him a quote on replacement. Please have Chase reach out to schedule the free consultation.
After performing the diagnostic, I found that the expansion valve had no pressure going to the bulb due to a rubout from the evaporator coil. I presented the customer with his options and he asked that we send out our Comfort Consultant to provide options for replacing the system.
Replaced damaged sections of metal ductwork and insulated new section for South system. Insulated metal on duct that's missing insulation on North system. Sealed with air lock. Performed inspection on both heat pump systems. Interior of both air movement systems in poor conditions with both blower wheels caked with dust and debris. On the North end unit, found the compressor shorted to ground and this has been verified. Also, on the South end air handler a significant refrigerant leak was found with detector. Customer has been briefed on the issues and would like to talk to Comfort Consultant about possible replacement.
When I arrived, the customer informed me that he had a slurping sound coming from his drain every time the AC came on. After performing the diagnostic, I found that when it was installed, they did not put a p-trap or a vent in the drain line for the air handler which is causing air to be sucked in from the sink. I presented the customer with his options and he chose to have it repaired at this time. After making the repairs, the drain is working properly at this time.
Installed new Carrier air handler in closet. Built field transition to existing plenum. Rebuilt drain and added SS-1 safety switch to secondary drain. Installed new Payne 3.5-ton condenser outside. Insulated suction line and installed in-line filter drier on the inside. Pressure tested line set with dry nitrogen. Pulled deep vacuum to remove any moisture in copper lines. Also repaired damaged ductwork upstairs with new insulation.
Performed cooling tune-up on two Carrier heat pump systems. Both systems are operational. See attached checklist for full tune-up details.
When I arrived, the customer informed me that she just recently had the gas company out to do some work on the house and when they tried to turn the gas furnace on, it seemed to not be lighting. After turning the gas valve back on to the furnace and turning the heater on at the thermostat everything came on and is running for me at this time. I turned it off and on at least 10 times to make sure that everything fired up and worked for me. The system is a 1995 model and is in fair condition.
After I performed the diagnostic, I found that the customer had a failed condenser fan motor. I presented the customer with his options and he informed me he would like to have the sales consultant come out and give him options to replace his 15-year-old system.
Performed cooling tune-up. Verified Honeywell damper zone system is operating properly along with indoor and outdoor equipment. Refrigerant charge and voltage enhancement system was verified and in range. Adjustments were made at Honeywell damper zone control and customer will continue to monitor. Did discuss benefits and operations of a Reme Halo. System is operational at this time.
Take a look at duct work and systems and see if anything needs to be fixed/replaced. He is mainly concerned about the duct work as he said it is smashed and leaking. Systems have had some work done on them recently and they are working but tenant says they are not cooling well.
AC Maintenance Kyle, TX
Regular maintenance is often overlooked and left unscheduled- people take their systems for granted. However, what today is a minor issue that could be resolved with a little TLC can quickly turn into a costly HVAC nightmare. With our maintenance plan, we take the guesswork out of the equation and keep your system operating smoothly. Not only does regular maintenance keep your cold and hot air blowing- a well-maintained system will save you money on your monthly utility bill. When your heating and air conditioning unit is struggling, it has to use more power, which will shorten the life of your system as well as cost you more money every minute, long before the system fails.
Money is a great reason to keep up on maintenance, but it’s more than that. Being that dirt is the number one enemy to your HVAC system, the quality of the air in your home or office is greatly affected by your system’s maintenance schedule. It’s important to reduce the amount of pollutants and allergens from the air circulating through your rooms. A well running system is a great way to keep your air clean, and the people in your space breathing freely.