If you notice that your AC freezes up, there are a number of reasons that could cause the problem. You may be surprised to find the coils of your conditioner coated with ice even when the temperatures are warm. Do not worry if you experience such a problem because it is possible to fix it. As soon as you notice the air conditioner freeze-up, turn the unit off and let it stay off for a short while. Give the ice coating a chance to defrost before you check the system. Insufficient Flow of Air If there is not enough air going in and out of your AC, it may freeze. If you suspect that there could be a problem with the airflow, you probably have a blockage somewhere. Your intake register, AC filter or ductwork could be clogged. To prevent blockage, change your air filter often and have your ductwork cleaned. Poor Maintenance Regular and proper maintenance of your AC unit is the most reliable way to prevent problems including air conditioner freeze-up. If you do not care for your AC, you may experience the problem. Hire a professional and experienced specialist to perform maintenance services on your AC regularly....View Article
After getting through the hot, humid summer months, it’s time to get ready for what winter might bring to Trinity, Texas. You don’t want to turn on your furnace and find that your home remains cold or doesn’t provide as much warmth as you know it should. To ensure your furnace is working properly this winter, and to avoid any serious problem(s) that could be lurking, contact your HVAC professional for routine furnace maintenance. Furnace Produces No Heat If your furnace is not producing enough heat, start by checking the thermostat. Is it working properly and set at the right point? If so, it is possible that there is a problem with the circuit breaker or fuse box. A tripped circuit or a blown fuse are likely causes. A common problem too is that the pilot light could be out. Any malfunction with the hot surface ignition, electronic ignition system, or the intermittent pilot ignition system could cause the furnace to not produce heat. Furnace Emits Too Little Heat If the furnace is producing some heat, but not enough, the problem could be a clogged air filter or obstructions in the system. Replace the air filter or have the heating...View Article
There are many possible causes when your air conditioning system fails to function as it should. The problems is often determined by a process of elimination, and can range from a minor do-it-yourself fix, to a more technical problem for which you will need the help of a professional. One of the minor problems could be as simple as needing to replace the batteries in the thermostat. In order to ensure proper functionality at all times, it is important to know when and how to replace the batteries in your thermostat.