Air Conditioning Repair Services in Martindale, TX
There are a number of reasons why an AC unit may have frozen up:
- Dirty air filter is clogging the air flow to the unit.
- A refrigerant leak.
- Debris covering the evaporator coils in the unit blocking the air flow.
The average cost to repair a home air conditioner in the Martindale TX area ranges from $165 – $550. Most repairs end up being pretty minor and cost around $350. Major repairs, like compressor replacement, could cost as much as $2,000.
Typically, a well maintained central air conditioner should last between 10 – 15 years. Are you considering replacing your old unit? Garner Heating & Air Conditioning offers many quality products along with expert installation services. Contact us today to learn more!
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I feel like Ryan really knew his job, Explained every thing he was doing so I could understand it. I have used Garners Heat & Air Conditioning Inc. for many years and never had a reason to change company's .
After performing the diagnostic, I found that the compressor was pulling locked rotor amps and tripping the breaker. I presented the customer with her options, and they would like to speak with our Comfort Consultant regarding replacement options. They did not have the credit card to pay me at this time however she informed me that her husband will be home tomorrow and will pay us then.
After performing the diagnostic, I found that the R-22 system was completely empty on refrigerant. I presented the customer with his options, and he informed me that he would like to have our Comfort Consultant come out and give quotes for replacement.
Performed the AC tune up and everything is working at this time.
Found 18-year-old system in poor condition and significant refrigerant leak at heat transfer media coil. Also found undersize large drain pan for air handler with corrosion and several other issues that have been documented. Customer would like to speak with our Comfort Consultant to get quotes on replacing the system.
Installed Carrier Performance Series heat pump system in attic. Added new return plenum and field transitioned to existing trunk. Added new plywood decking and rebuilt drain lines. Added SS-2 and SS-3 safety switches and installed line filter drier. Pressure tested system for extensive leak check and pulled deep vacuum. Installed new Ecobee thermostat and charged system to factory specs. Cleared drain with CO2 and installed surge protection on entire system. Also installed new outside disconnect and indoor attic insulator. System operating at this time.
Performed the heater tune-up and everything is working at this time. Please see attached checklist for full tune-up details.
Repaired thermostat issue by bypassing corroded batteries with new common wire. Also fixed copper penetration where air was leaking. System working properly in both modes.
Performed the heater tune-up on the American standard heat pump system in the closet. While performing the inspection I did find that the electric heat kit was not functioning properly, and I presented the customer options to have it repaired. They chose to have the heat kit replaced at the bronze level. I will be going to get the parts and coming back this afternoon to perform the bronze level repair.
Complete AC tune-up on 3 systems.
Perform the AC tune-up and everything is working at this time.
Replaced the blower motor at the silver level. Everything is coming on and working at this time.
When I arrived, the customer informed me that when he got home last night around 7pm the system was not cooling. He said that he believes the outdoor condenser fan was on and running but the compressor and the indoor system were not coming on. After turning the system on everything came on and ran like normal. The pressures looked good and I had 9.7 degrees of subcooling and 19.6 degrees of superheat. I checked the drain line and there was no standing water at this time. I cleared the drain anyhow. I did inform the customer that there could be an issue however it is not acting up for me at this time. I checked the delta-t and had 76.8 degrees coming in and it was 55.5 coming out of the supply. Everything is working at this time. The thermostat is set to 76 and it is 76 inside. It started at 81.
When I arrived, I found the air movement system to be non-operational. After performing an inspection of the system, I found that both the blower motor and the fan control board were not working. I informed the customer of the issue and asked if they had been affected by a power surge or lightning strike since we very seldom see both parts go out at the same time. I gave the customer his options and he chose to go ahead and have it repaired at this time. After replacing the parts and performing a routine maintenance inspection everything is working to factory specs again.
When I arrived, I found the air movement system to be in complete failure. I gave the customer his options and he chose to have it replaced. I am ordering the parts and we will be installing them tomorrow between 11-1.
Performed the AC tune-up and everything is working at this time. While performing the inspection I did find ants inside the voltage distributor and gave the customer her options. She chose to go ahead and have it replaced at the platinum option at this time. I was able to replace the voltage distributor, voltage enhancer and install a new compressor saver.
Performed heating tune up on American Standard heat pump system.
Replaced the elbow for the flue pipe on the hanging gas unit in a green house.
Replaced a badd voltage absorber inside the condenser there was not allowing the compressor to come on.
Performing three AC tune ups and changing out a faulty part in Martindale.