Brushy Creek, TX is found in Williamson County and is home to around 21,764 people. Being located just west of Round Rock, the town has seen continuous growth over the years because of the number of job opportunities, medical care facilities, and quality schools in the area. Many people are choosing to call this town home, and if you are a homeowner here, you surely know how hot the summers can get! Summers here have temperatures averaging in the 90s, and if your AC stops working on a scorching, miserable day, you and your family are going to be uncomfortable. If you're like most people, this is one of the last things you want, but when it happens to you, you must make sure that you know of a trusted AC repair contractor to call for fast, affordable services. Median home values in this area have risen dramatically - from $160,000 in 2000 to now over $234,000. Since many of the HVAC systems are in excess of 20 years old it is a good idea to valuate carefully whether to repair or replace systems. Often if the repair cost is such that it has to be repeated often you may be much better off installing a new high efficiency air conditoning system. Not only will it save you money on utility expense, it'll save you headaches. Ask our technician what makes sense for your home.
We pride ourselves on providing the best of the best when it comes to diagnostic, repair, and replacement services for Brushy Creek area homes and businesses. We understand how frustrating it can be to come home, wake up, or just be enjoying time in your home and you notice that the AC has conked out. Your home feels hot, humid, and plain awful. If this sounds like the situation you are in, give us a call today and schedule a time for an appointment. More times than not, we can provide you with same-day services to get your broken air conditioner fixed.
While the majority of Brushy Creek homes have an air conditioner installed, most homeowners don't really have a solid understanding of how they work. Knowing how these systems work can help you to better understand when there is a possible problem.
The U.S. Department of Energy states that an air conditioner uses electrical energy to transfer heat from the inside of your home to a relatively warm environment outside, thus cooling the air inside and providing you and your family with a comfortable atmosphere inside of the home.
Basically, they work the same as your standard refrigerator. They transfer heat from the cool inside of the fridge to the warm environment outside, it's the same operating principles as your AC. A pump, better known as a compressor in the industry, moves the heat between the evaporator and the condenser. The pump moves the refrigerant through the tubing and fins of the coils, pulling heat out of the inside air and keeping your home cool and comfortable.
Often times, problems can crop up with the coils, fans, compressor, or with the refrigerant. Sometimes, an air conditioner will run low on the refrigerant and need to be re-charged. Only an expert should handle the diagnostic work involved with your air conditioner to determine what and where the problem is, and how to best take care of it so that you don't have to live in the miserable heat for too long!
For more information about air conditioners, or to schedule an appointment for repair or replacement work, please feel free to give us a call today.
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