Lago Vista, TX is found in Travis County and is home to around 6,041 people. The town is located on the north shore of Lake Travis, but this water front location doesn't make the town any cooler on those sizzling hot summer days. Throughout late spring and summer, the town sees averages in the mid to upper 90s every year. As a homeowner here, it's important for you to be sure that your AC is working like it should so that you and your family don't have to be stuck in the hot heat.
If you have noticed that your cooling system is not coming on at all, is making strange sounds, isn't cooling all rooms or levels of the home like it should, or is leaking inside or outside of the home, then it is in your best interest to contact a dependable ac repair contractor serving your neighborhood so that you can get the problem taken care of quickly, efficiently, and by a team of trained and knowledgeable professionals. At our HVAC company, we offer reliable services when you need them the most. We show up on time for our scheduled appointments, and we also offer 24/7 emergency AC repair. This will come in handy seeing as most air conditioners don't know what time it is, and they aren't going to wait for "regular business hours" to break down!
When it comes to preventing problems with your air conditioner, one of the best things you can do is to schedule routine AC maintenance each year. You should also prepare your unit for the summer by following these tips listed below:
1. Clean or replace air filters. Your filters should be replaced every three months, or ideally, every single month during the summer to prevent a build-up of dirt, dust, and debris. If you have a clogged filter, cool air won't be able to flow freely, and it will make your system incredibly inefficient. This can cost you a lot each month on your energy bills.
2. Clean the AC condenser. A central AC system has a condenser that is usually installed outside of the home. It is a metal box with large fans inside, and it has sides on the unit that look like grilles. It is important for you to be sure that the fans inside are free of branches, twigs, leaves, or any outdoor debris that may have gotten inside during the winter months. A good way to prevent this is to put a tarp securely over the unit during the winter when you know you won't be using it often.
3. Check the coolant lines. These are the refrigerant tubes or pipes that run from the evaporator to the air handler. The lines are usually covered with a special insulating material. If you notice that there are areas missing the insulation, then the unit isn't going to be as efficient as it could be. The problem can be taken care of by a trained HVAC professional from our company.
To learn more about our AC repair services, or to make an appointment, please feel free to give us a call today or fill out our online contact form. We look forward to helping you soon!
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