Expert HVAC Service in Maxwell TX
Since 1988, residents of Maxwell, TX have trusted Garner Heating & Air Conditioning to provide professional work and outstanding service for all of their HVAC needs. If you're looking for a provider you can count on, call today!
Your home heating and AC unit should be serviced in Maxwell, TX twice per year, once before winter and once before summer. Having your heating and AC unit tuned up before peak seasons is a good way to prevent unexpected repairs in the long run. To get your heating and AC unit serviced, give us a call today.
HVAC maintenance in Maxwell, TX typically includes:
- A thorough cleaning of your HVAC unit.
- An inspection of your HVAC system.
- Minor repairs, as needed.
The primary point of HVAC maintenance is to ensure that your HVAC system is clean, working properly and running as efficiently as possible. It also presents a good opportunity to spot any issues before they cause your HVAC system to fail. To find out more about getting your HVAC system maintenanced, contact us today.
The average cost to repair a home HVAC system is around $350-$3500 in Maxwell, TX. However, some things that can affect the overall price include:
- How minor or extensive the repair is.
- The price for replacement parts.
- The contractor’s hourly fee.
For example, replacing an air conditioner lineset can cost up to $650. One way to save on future HVAC repairs is to get your HVAC system on a maintenance plan. Maintenance plans help reduce unexpected repairs and generally offer you discounts on repairs as well. Call Garner Heating & Air Conditioning today to get your home HVAC repaired.
Benefits of our services include:
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Performed semiannual maintenance on one electric heating system. Found all electrical items and heaters to be operating within the manufacture’s specifications for operation. Flushed and treated drain line and cycled system to verify complete and full operation. Everything is working at this time.
Performed service diagnostic and found a refrigerant leak at the evaporator coil. I gave the customer options, and they chose to have the coil replaced. Replaced indoor evaporator coil. Reattached drain and insulated it. Installed new inline filter dryer, pressure tested with dry nitrogen and pulled a vacuum on copper line set. Charged system with new R-410A refrigerant. System is working properly at this time.
Found system low on refrigerant charge. Inspected all systems and recharged to manufacture’s specifications. Verified everything is working at this time.
Performed maintenance on the AC system. I cleared the drain line, cleaned condensing coil, checked pressures and all electrical connections. Found that the condenser capacitor was out of manufacturer’s specifications. Also found that the fan motor showed signs of overheating. Gave customer options to replace the capacitor, fan motor and add surge protection. Customer chose to replace capacitor. I completed the repair and system is operational.
After performing the diagnostic I found a bad starter. After replacing the starter and getting the system back up and running, I found that it was completely empty on refrigerant. Performed leak search and found a leak in the condenser coil. I presented the client with her options, and she chose to have the condenser replaced. Replaced 3-ton condenser. Replaced inline filter dryer. Pressure tested with dry nitrogen. Pulled a deep vacuum on copper line set. Charged system to factory specs. System is working properly at time of departure.
Performed the AC tune-up and everything is working at this time.
After performing the diagnostic, I found that the defrost control board has failed and is not sending the correct voltage through it. I also found that the starter has failed and is stuck closed. I presented the client with his options, and he chose to have it all replaced. We are ordering the control board and will return to install once it arrives. Trip 2 - Replaced the condenser control board, starter and added 2.5 lbs of R-410A refrigerant to the system. After performing the repairs everything is working at this time. I did find that the condenser fan motor is running hotter than it's supposed to and the secondary drain pan needs to be replaced. I presented my findings to the client.
Performed AC cool check. Checked electrical, mechanical, safety, and performance of the system. Condenser fan motor showed signs of overheating and had leaked internal lubricant. Drain line cleared and treated and condenser coil cleaned. Options to replace condenser fan motor and install surge protection system were presented to customer and customer chose to move forward with repairs. Repairs were completed and system tested. Electrical disconnect confirmed in and on. System was running at time of departure.
After performing the diagnostic, I cycled the system which reset the furnace control board causing the system to work properly. I presented options to do a complete inspection of the system but since the customer is on maintenance, she chose not to have me complete the inspection. I also highly recommended the installation of a carbon monoxide detector inside the house, but she said she would do it herself.
Checked the American Standard system in attic. Verified electric heating and cleared drain with CO2. Washed out condenser and checked voltage enhancement system.
Performed the heater tune-up and everything is working at this time. While performing the inspection I did find the voltage enhancer to be weak and undervalued going to the blower motor; rated at 7.5 but reading 6.1. I gave the customer her options and she chose to have it replaced at the platinum level at this time.
Performed the heater tune-up and everything is working at this time. While performing the inspection I did find the voltage enhancer to the blower motor to be weak and undervalued. Rated at 7.5 but only reading 4.1. I gave the customer her options and she chose to have it replaced at the bronze level at this time. After making the bronze level repair on the indoor voltage enhancer everything is coming on and working at this time.
Found the system low on R-22 refrigerant. Conducted basic leak search and could not find a leak at this time. Recharged the system and it is now cooling at this time.
When I arrived, I found a fault in the voltage enhancement system. I gave the customer his options and he chose a basic option repair. The system is cooling after completion of service.
Performed the AC tune-up and everything is working at this time. While performing the inspection I did find the voltage enhancer to be weak and undervalued. I gave the customer his options and he chose to hold off at this time.
Replace the EXV board inside the system that controls the living area of the house. After replacing the part, I also perform an AC tune-up, and everything is working at this time.
When I arrived, I found the refrigerant pressures very low. I gave the customer their options and they chose to have refrigerant added at this time. I did inform the customer that there could be other issues, but I will not know until we can raise the pressures. I found the metering device to not be allowing the refrigerant to pass through. I signed the customer up for maintenance on the system that controls the living area of the house this way she could get her 10-year parts and labor warranty.
Conducted cooling check 2020 on the 2nd American Standard system (middle system). The system is cooling properly at this time.
Conducted cooling check 2020. The system is cooling properly at this time. The blower wheel is starting to get dirty, so I do recommend a pulling and cleaning soon. I also used the last filter that was in the attic today.
The primary drain line backed up and the electronic safety switch did not trip so the water overflowed onto the Sheetrock. I replaced the electronic safety switch with a new mechanical safety float switch as well as cleared and treated the drain line. The homeowner is pulling out the insulation to let it dry as well as running the secondary drain into his garage so he can see if it backs up again.
Replaced a bad blower motor inside the American Standard air handler.