Specializing in Expert HVAC Service in Wimberley, TX
If your home's HVAC system isn't providing the level of comfort you expect, you need to put the professionals of Garner Heating & Air Conditioning on the case. Our highly-trained technicians can diagnose your system to determine if it needs simple maintenance or major repairs, then take all the proper steps to provide solutions that work the right way the first time. Or, if your system has simply reached the end of its effectiveness, we can recommend the right replacement suitably matched to your home and install it to exacting standards. Maintenance, repair, installation - Garner does it all.
Yes, Garner AC is an essential service provider during the COVID-19 virus outbreak. This is because Garner provides vital heating, cooling and indoor air quality services that are essential for maintaining the safety, sanitation, and operation of residences and businesses near Wimberley TX. HVAC contractors like Garner AC have unique skills that are important to public health and welfare.
If you properly maintain and have your HVAC system inspected on a regular basis the average lifespan of a central air system in your Wimberley TX home is 10-12 years. Proper installation and maintenance can add up to 5 years. Maintenance is key to preventing breakdowns and enjoying every bit of life from your heating and cooling unit.
Call or text Garner AC at 512-392-2000 or contact us online with any questions about how long your AC system should last or to set up an appointment.
The main reasons your air conditioner may be blowing warm air is something is shutting down while the AC fan is operating. Other potential causes could include:
- Thermostat settings
- Electrical problems
- Air filters are dirty
- Potential leaks
- Poor air flow with your compressor or outside unit
If you need help when your air conditioner that’s blowing warm air, call or text Garner AC at 512-392-2000 or contact us online to schedule fast service in Wimberley TX.
Yes, Garner AC offers a variety of coupons and discounts for heating, cooling and indoor air quality services in Hays County. Visit the coupons section of our website for the most up-to-date offers.
Some things you should consider when choosing to repair or replace your HVAC system in Wimberly, TX include:
- The age of your HVAC system.
- How well your HVAC system heats and cools.
- If the cost to repair your HVAC is more than half the cost to replace it.
You should also check to see if your energy bills have increased dramatically. As your HVAC system reaches the end of its lifespan it can begin to cost you more on repairs and energy costs. To get your HVAC system repaired or replaced, contact us today.
Yes, HVAC systems need to be serviced in Wimberly, TX. The following can happen if you do not have your HVAC system serviced:
- Your HVAC system will break down more often.
- Your HVAC system will not last as long.
- Your HVAC system will require more repairs.
If you do not have your HVAC system serviced, it will also not be covered under its warranty. Most HVAC warranties require you to have your HVAC system serviced regularly by a licensed HVAC technician in order for them to be valid. Call us today to get your HVAC system serviced.
The average cost to repair your home AC system in Wimberly, TX is about $350-$3500. However, the cost of the repair can vary depending on:
- The type of repair.
- How extensive the repair is.
- The cost of replacement components.
The cost of the repair can also fluctuate due to the time and day of the week the repair is done since most HVAC contractors have higher rates after hours and on the weekends. To get your AC system repaired, give us a call today.
From Heating to Cooling & Everything In-Between
Garner Heating & Air Conditioning is committed to your home's comfort, so we offer a full range of services designed maintain or improve it in every way:
The Right HVAC Service For You
We spend much of our time indoors at home, so its important to make it as comforting and inviting an environment as it can be. That means more than just heating and cooling - it also means clean air free of dust and allergens and proper insulation to keep the inside in and the outside out. At Garner Heating & Air Conditioning, we are dedicated to taking care of every aspect of your home's comfort from the moment air enters your home until the time you breathe it in. Call us today at 512-392-2000 and let us put our more than 30 years experience to work for you.
Of course, we could go on and on, but our best cheerleaders are our happy customers! See what your neighbors in Wimberley, TX have to say about us below:
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Technician was very thorough and explained and showed me why I needed a new part.
Carla - Wimberley, TX
Excellent service, as always.
Response from Garner Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.:
Thank you for trusting Garner Heating & Air Conditioning with your HVAC repair.
John - Wimberley, TX
another excellent experience
Michael - Wimberley, TX
Needed a replacement "split unit" for a writing studio in a building separate from the main house. Garner rep arranged for a new unit to be ordered. Two very professional techs showed up with new unit, removed the old unit, installed the new one in a complete job. All my expectations were met or exceeded 🙂 Garner has been supplying and maintaining all my HVAC equipment for several year.
Wimberley Chick - Wimberley, TX
Techs explain everything and always answer my questions. Well run company.
Response from Garner Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.:
Thank you so much for trusting Garner Heating and Air!
Deb - Wimberley, TX
Our technician, George Torres was professional & knowledgeable.
Same Wonderful Service
Brollier - Wimberley, TX
I would not se nor recommend anyone, but Garner! And Max is the best.
Redonet - Wimberley, TX
Lyon - Wimberley, TX
Max is the best service technician that I have ever encountered! He is knowledgeable, courteous and finishes his work without complaint.
Professional and terrific service
Brollier - Wimberley, TX
Routine semi-annual service and thorough review of complete system, including cleaning exterior compressor and interior blower units with protective coating of exterior unit.
Best in class
Dreher - Wimberley, TX
Great, reliable service as they always put the customer first!
Performed AC cool check. Checked electrical, mechanical, safety, and performance of the system. Primary condensate drain line was clogged. Drain line was cleared and flow tested with water. Drain line was also treated. No other major issues were found. Condenser coil was cleaned. Electrical disconnect confirmed in and on. System set to 77 degrees per customer. System was running at the time of departure.
Performed maintenance on the AC systems. I cleared and treated both drains and confirmed that safety switches were working. I changed the filter on the downstairs system. I cleaned both condensers. Both systems are operational at this time.
Inspected all Performance, Mechanical and Safety Systems. Found the outdoor run capacitor below value for operation and the primary water safety switch intermittently failing between cycles not allowing for the outdoor cooling unit to turn on. Also noted the indoor coil is extremely rusted/corroded leading to potential for rupture of the coil causing the system to lose refrigerant. Spoke with homeowner and they decided to move forward with replacing the outdoor run capacitor and installing new water safety switches inside attic. Homeowner also decided to join our yearly maintenance plan. Completed repairs and tested all systems. Everything is working at this time.
Performed maintenance on the AC system. I rewired the float switch into the Y wire because it was not stopping voltage on the red. I cleared and treated the drain. I cleaned the condenser coil and added locking caps. System is operational at this time.
Performed maintenance on the AC system. I cleared and treated the drain line. I cleaned the condenser coil and ensured all electrical connections were tight. I found that the condenser fan had overheated and presented repair options to client. She opted to have the motor replaced today. Completed repair and system is operational.
Performed AC cool check on two systems. Both disconnects for the condenser units were not wired correctly. No other major issues were found. Drain lines cleared and treated. Condenser coils cleaned. Fuses for the two disconnects have been installed and the disconnects have been rewired correctly. Systems were running at the time of departure.
Performed semiannual maintenance on 2 cooling systems. Tested all Performance, Mechanical and Safety Systems. The side guest house system is running within manufacture’s specifications for operation. The main house has a corroded indoor cooling coil, the drain pan is severely clogged, and the outdoor condenser coil is extremely brittle. Lastly, the outdoor exhaust motor has overheated.
Performed semiannual maintenance on 3 cooling systems. Tested all operations. Found everything to be working within manufacture’s specifications for operation. Cleared drains and cleaned condensers. Everything is working at this time.
Performed maintenance on the AC system. I cleared the drain and cleaned the condenser coil. System is operational at this time. Please see attached checklist for full tune-up details.
Performed maintenance on the AC system. Cleared and treated the drain. Cleaned the condenser. System is operational at this time.
Performed maintenance on the AC system. There is build up in the air handler. I brought this up to the customer and added foam tape around return to help with blow by. I cleared the drain and treated pan. I also cleaned the condenser coil. I gave customer options for our Breathe Easy Package and surge protection, but they declined today. System is operational at this time.
Performed the AC tune-ups. While performing the inspections I did find deficiencies with the system. I presented the client with her options, and she chose to have them repaired at this time. After performing the repair everything is working at this time.
Performed the AC tune-up. While performing the inspection I found deficiencies with the condenser fan motor and the starter. I presented the client with her options, and she chose to have them replaced today. After performing the repair everything is working at this time.
Performed AC cool check on two systems. Checked electrical, mechanical, safety, and performance of the systems. Guest house system was low on refrigerant. The capacitor on the condenser unit had also failed. No other major issues were found with either system. Drain lines cleared and treated. Condenser coils cleaned. Options for repair were presented to customer and they chose to have the capacitor replaced and the system recharged. Repairs where completed. Systems were running at the time of departure.
Installed new 4-ton Carrier heat pump system for the downstairs. Installed new Ecobee Pro thermostat. Replaced the return plenum. Sealed all joints with a mastic airlock. Rebuilt condensate drain line and insulated it. Added SS2 and SS3 safety float switches. Replace inline filter dryer, pressure tested with dry nitrogen and pulled a vacuum on copper line set. Ran low voltage on both condensers in seal tight and installed new penetration covers. Charged system to factory specs.
Performed the AC tune-ups. While performing the inspection I did find that the Stage 4 Breathe Easy package for the Living Area system had failed. I replaced it under the parts and labor warranty. Everything is working at this time.
After performing the diagnostic, I found that the primary drain line on the Carrier system was completely clogged and tripping the safety float switch. I also found that the battery cap on the condenser was failing. I presented the clients with their options, and they chose to have both repairs completed today. Completed repairs and completed performance and safety testing. System operational.
After performing the diagnostic, I found that the battery cap had completely failed. I also found that the starter had failed as well. I presented the clients with their options, and they chose to have them replaced at this time. Repairs completed and system operational.
Installed new Carrier straight electric system in attic. Hung system from ceiling with plywood base. Added new drain pan and reused plenums. Installed new line filter dryer and pressure tested system for extensive leak check. Pulled deep vacuum and charged system to factory specs. System operating at this time.
After performing the diagnostic, I found that the battery cap to the upstairs system had completely failed. I presented the client with her options, and they chose to have it replaced today. After completing repairs, the system is operational.