24/7 HVAC repair Service
It’s never convenient when your HVAC unit breaks down. Country Air makes every effort to get one of our Certified Technicians to your home or office for same day service (guaranteed same day service for our Comfort Club Members) to diagnose the problem and give you honest options for a solution.
For peace of mind, we offer a 30 day labor warranty and a 1 year part warranty on all repairs.
An HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) system repair usually starts with a thorough inspection of the HVAC system to determine what the problem might be.
A typical repair could involve anything from fixing the thermostat, air filter, ac condenser, furnace or air ducts.
Once the problem has been diagnosed, options regarding plans of action for fixing the problem as well as pricing will be provided to the homeowner to make a decision on how to move forward with the repair.
Some repairs involve replacing damaged or faulty parts, like a leaking drip pan or a short circuited thermostat. Once all the necessary repairs have been made the Technician will ensure that the system is working properly.
Repairs usually only take up to a few hours to complete, but can take several days depending on the extent of the damage and the parts needed for replacement.
Ask yourself these questions when considering if it's time to invest in a new HVAC unit:
- Is your HVAC unit close to 15-20 years old? HVAC systems typically have a life expectancy of 15-20 years. If it’s nearing that age range, it may be more cost-effective to replace it.
- How expensive is the quoted repair? Repairing existing equipment can be a good decision as long as:
- The cost of the repair is less than 30% of the cost of new equipment
- The rest of the system is in excellent operating condition
Otherwise, the cost of the repair would be better invested in a new system.
- How often does the air conditioner need repairs? If your system is being repaired more than once every couple of years, it might be time for replacement. Older equipment results in:
- More expensive repairs, such as compressors or heat exchangers
- Much lower energy efficiency vs. today's standards
- Reduced performance due to clogged or corroding coils
Replacing the Capacitor: The capacitor is located inside of the outdoor condenser unit and its purpose it to help kickstart the motor every time the system turns on. A blown capacitor results in your air conditioner not being able to turn on.
Replacing the Blower Motor: There are two blower motors in your HVAC system that work hard to push air throughout your home. One is in the outside condenser unit and the other is in the air handling unit.
Repairing a Refrigerant Leak: A leaking refrigerant can lead to several issues like your air conditioner not cooling enough, not blowing cool air, freezing coils, and more expensive electric bills.
Unclogging the Condensation Drain: The evaporator coil produces condensation which is then removed by the condensation drain. When the drain gets clogged it can cause musty odors, water damage and increased humidity levels.
Troubleshooting Your Air Conditioner
Our Certified HVAC Technicians
Our Certified HVAC Technicians are held to the highest of industry standards. In addition to the minimum requirements listed below to become a technician at Country Air, our techs complete multiple hours of continuing education annually through nationally recognized industry training programs and are thoroughly evaluated quarterly for their performances.
Minimum Technicians Requirements:
- 3-5 years minimum experience
- Pass a thorough background and drug test
- Registered with the state of Texas as a Registered Technician
- EPA Universal Certification
- Great attitude with our customer’s best interest in mind
You Can Rely On Country Air
- Air Conditioners
- Air Quality
- Attic Insulation
- Dryer Vents
- Energy Efficiency
- General HVAC