Professional HVAC Technicians Serving Homes in Kyle, TX
Like all major appliances in your home, your heating and air conditioning system is made up of countless parts all working in concert to provide your home welcoming comfort. Those parts need to be properly maintained and cared for so you always have the warming heat or refreshing cool you need. But who has the time to do that themselves? Garner Heating & Air Conditioning offers over 30 years experience in servicing, repairing, and maintaining your HVAC system, so let us take that pressure off of you. We'll do the work - you enjoy the comfort.
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.
Exceptional Service You Can Count On
Garner Heating & Air Conditioning provides solutions for all aspects of your home's HVAC system, from heating and cooling to air quality and insulation:
If it's Garner, It's Guaranteed
We know it can be difficult to bring someone into your home and trust them to do the work right. That's why Garner offers at 100% satisfaction guarantee on all the service we perform. We want you to be certain, before we even step through the door, that you're going to get the right solutions, at the right price, with the right quality. Give us a call at 512-392-2000 and make us your partner in comfort today.
Of course, the best opinion on our work comes from your neighbors in Kyle, TX. See what they have to say about Garner Heating & Air Conditioning below:
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Our Reviews by City
Lydia - Kyle, TX
Service tech very polite and friendly.
Great all around service
Joseph - Kyle, TX
Leonard new his stuff and in a very professional way.
Paul - Kyle, TX
Great Garner Service
Cliff and Abby - Kyle, TX
We have been using Garner to service our AC systems for the last few years since moving back home to Texas. Always professional, they’ve done an outstanding job for us. I highly recommend them.
Ray - Kyle, TX
The service was excellent. He took the time to do a full check of the system. In addition, he explained what he was doing and educated me on my HVAC system. He answered all questions and provided great customer service.
May 24 2022
Beth - Kyle, TX
The Legend Continues
Satisfied Customer - Kyle, TX
A company like Garner comes around maybe once in a generation, if we're lucky. The family woke up yesterday morning to a sweltering, humid jungle after a capacitor decided to go rogue in the middle of the night A quick call to Garner, who is my go to AC company, did not prepare me for the lightning fast speed in which they came over, diagnosed and then repaired our system. The professionalism, skill, and passion they showed was 100x more then we expected for their low price. I recommend Garner to every homeowner. Stay cool my fellow Texans.
Doris - Kyle, TX
Great installation crew that worked well together.
Edward - Kyle, TX
Very punctual, friendly, polite, knowledgeable!!
Did everything quick and on time.
Tim - Kyle, TX
Performed service diagnostic. Diagnostic found that the primary condensate drain line had clogged. Water had backed up and spilled outside the unit. Options for repair were presented to customer and he chose to have the drain cleared and treated. Repair was completed. Electrical disconnect confirmed in and on. System was running at the time of departure.
Performed AC cool check. Checked electrical, mechanical, safety, and performance of the system. No major issues were found. Drain line cleared and treated. Condenser coil cleaned. Electrical disconnect confirmed in and on. System was running at the time of departure.
Performed AC cool check. Checked electrical, mechanical, safety, and performance of the system. Blower wheel had mold/mildew growing on it and several spots of mold were found inside the air handler. No other major issues were found. Drain line cleared and treated. Condenser coil cleaned. Options for repair were presented to customer and declined repairs at this time but would like the estimates emailed. Electrical disconnect confirmed in and on. System was running at the time of departure.
Replaced blower motor inside furnace with new replacement motor. Ran new motor through three system cycles and then ran airflow verification test on system. Through testing there were no reported faults and no issues surfaced. System is operational at this time and thermostat is set to customer preferences. Disconnect in.
Installed new scroll compressor in outdoor unit. Removed refrigerant and installed new line filter dryer. Pressure tested system for extensive leak check and pulled deep vacuum. Weighed in factory charge. System operating at this time. Also washed off condensing coil and installed new wiring harness.
Performed service diagnostic. Diagnostic found that the primary condensate drain line was clogged. Water was backing up into the unit and spilling out of the primary drain pan. Safety switch installed in the system was not operating. Options for repair were presented to customer and they chose to have the drain line cleared and treated. Repair was completed. Electrical disconnect confirmed in and on. System was running at the time of departure.
Performed service diagnostic. Diagnostic found that the compressor was not running. Compressor was not running because the condenser capacitor had failed. Options for repair were presented to customer and they chose to have the capacitor replaced. Repair was completed. Electrical disconnect confirmed in and on. System was running at the time of departure.
Installed new 3-ton gas system. Built duct board transition from existing plenum to coil and sealed with airlock mastic. Replaced zoning dampers and zone control board. Replaced inline filter dryer, pressure tested with dry nitrogen, and pulled a vacuum on the copper line set. Rebuilt and insulated condensate drain line. Added a SS-2 safety float to drain line. Rebuilt gas line to system. Replaced disconnect and whip at the condenser. Charged system to factory specs. The system is working properly at this time.
After performing the diagnostic, I found that the battery cap had completely failed. I also found that the condenser fan motor is failing. I presented the client with his options, and he chose to have the battery cap only replaced at this time. After performing the repair, the system is running.
Performed cool check. Checked electrical, mechanical, safety, and performance of the system. No major issues were found. Drain line cleared and treated. Condenser coil cleaned. Electrical disconnect confirmed in and on. System was running at the time of departure.
Diagnosed that the drain was clogged on the primary drain line. This led to the safety switch being tripped. I preceded to give customer options to clear drain. After performing the drain service, I went to turn on the system. I discovered that the communicating thermostat had failed. Gave customer option to replace. Once the new thermostat was installed, I found that the breaker to the condenser had tripped. This would be what most likely caused the old thermostat to fail due to a power surge. Once I determined that the breaker was not tripped by any fault in the equipment, I turned the system on and ran through the installation settings of the thermostat. The system now has regained communication and is operating properly at this time. Checked temperature split after repairs and they were within normal operating temperature. Tested drain with no further issue and the system is back in normal operation.
Installed new 4-ton heat pump system. Replaced both the return and supply plenum and then sealed all connections with air lock mastic. Installed new 20x25 Aprilaire media filter (1210). Rebuilt and insulated condensate drain line. Installed new inline filter dryer, purged with dry nitrogen, and pulled a vacuum on the copper line set. Ran new thermostat wire to both the condenser and thermostat. Installed new locking caps on the condenser.
After performing the diagnostic, I found that the system that was cleared this morning had backed up again. I found that 2 systems are tied to the same drain line and needed to have a ball valve installed to be able to clear properly. I installed the ball valve and cleared the drain line. Everything is back up and running at this time.
Replaced the belt driven motor. After performing the repair everything is coming on and working at this time.
Performed service diagnostic. Diagnostic found that capacitor on the condenser unit had failed. Options for repair were presented to customer and they chose to have the capacitor replaced. Repair was completed. Electrical disconnect confirmed in and on. System was running at the time of departure.
Diagnosed a failed capacitor. Gave the client his options and he chose to have the capacitor replaced and join our maintenance plan. Capacitor replaced and system now operational.
Removed filter that was stuck to the evaporator coil. Checked pressures and cap. Found cap was bad and condenser fan motor had over heated. Gave option for replacement cap, condenser fan, and coil cleaning inside and out. The client chose to replace cap and declined the rest. Installed new cap. System is operational.
The system was not keeping up in the afternoon. Looked at pressures which were in range. Capacitor on the fan side was low and fan motor was showing signs of overheating. Gave the client her options and she chose to replace motor and sign up for system maintenance. Completed repairs and system operational.
Installed new Rheem 4-ton gas system. Rebuilt plenum for the return and installed new plenum for the supply. Sealed all connections with mastic airlock. Replaced gas pipe from the furnace to the shut off valve. Replaced flue pipe up to the outside connection. Installed new in-line filter dryer, pressure tested with dry nitrogen and pulled a vacuum on the coper line set. Rebuilt condensate drain line and insulated it. Add SS-1 and SS-2 safety float switches. Cleared and treated drain. Added attic insulator the attic access. Replaced the condenser pad and leveled it. Charged system to factory specs and added refrigerant locking caps. System is operating properly at this time.
Diagnosed a clogged drain. Presented Joseph with repair options and he chose to service the drain system and join our maintenance plan. Completed repair and conducted maintenance. Checked wiring, capacitors, blower, and evaporator coil Cleaned condensing coil and checked breaker. Found no other major issues. System operational.