If you live in Montgomery County, chances are you rely on your air conditioner pretty heavily throughout the year. Texas homeowners understand just how dangerous it can be to live without cool air in the home, even for a few days. Our experts at Morrow Mechanical understand this, which is why we offer same-day services and even after-hours services at no extra charge! We’ve worked hard for twenty years to prove to our customers that we care about their homes as we care about our own.
We serve homeowners all over Magnolia and the surrounding neighborhoods of:
- Champion Forest
- Fairfield Village
- Coles Crossing
- Alden Bridge
- Gleannloch Farms
- Cripple Creek Farms
- The Village of Grogan's Mill
- Sterling Ridge
- Magnolia Park
- Indian Springs
- Panther Creek
- Spring Creek Forest
- Decker Prairie
Keep your AC running smoothly for years to come with our annual AC maintenance services.
It Might Be Time For AC Repair
Unfortunately, it is all too common for homeowners to wait until their air conditioner completely breakdown before they seek help or repairs. Not only is it safer to call us before your AC breakdowns completely but it could end up saving you loads of money as well.
The best way to avoid AC breakdowns altogether is to join our membership plan and enroll in regular AC maintenance services. That said, it is vital that everyone knows what to look for in a faulty air conditioner so they know exactly when to call in for our help.
Here are a few signs that it is time for AC repair in Magnolia:
- The unit blows out warm air that never cools down all the way.
- The unit blows out cool air sometimes and warm air other times.
- The airflow seems restricted or insufficient.
- Excessive moisture and humidity in the air.
- The system seems to cycle more often than usual.
- It takes longer for the home to reach the desired temperature.
- Unusual odors.
Is Your AC Beyond Repair? Here’s How To Tell
There comes a point in the life of every air conditioner when it’s time for a replacement. Determining this on your own can be next to impossible, though, because sometimes the signs look oddly similar to those that point to the need for repairs.
However, there are a few key differences, and they are as follows:
- You start to notice you have regular breakdowns and have to have the system repaired often.
- There are loud and unusual sounds coming from the unit or ductwork.
- The system won’t turn on at all.
These signs are often accompanied by many of the other signs that are listed in the above section. The main difference is when these three key signs are present.
It should also be mentioned that the age of the unit has a lot to do with it as well. As the system gets older, bills start to increase as well as issues with the unit itself. If your system is getting older, it might be time to invest in a new air conditioner altogether.
Still not sure what type of cooling service fits your needs? Contact us today at Morrow Mechanical for the information you can trust!
Here’s Why You Should Always Choose Morrow Mechanical
All air conditioning contractors at Morrow Mechanical are NATE-certified, customer-focused, and guarantee their repair work for two years. Not only that but we walk into every job with a customer satisfaction guarantee because, at the end of the day, you are the reason we are here. We pride ourselves on getting the job done right the first time.
All of our technicians are drug tested and background checked and required to attend weekly classes to stay up-to-date on all the latest equipment, technology, and skills related to our line of work. We even offer after-hour services at no extra charge!
Frequently Asked Questions
How much is a whole-house AC unit?
Depending on the size and brand of the AC unit, a whole-house AC unit can cost anywhere from $1,000 to $10,000 or more. It's important to consult with a professional HVAC technician to get an accurate estimate for your specific home.
An AC unit that is too small for your home will not be able to cool it down properly, and an AC unit that is too large for your home will cycle on and off more often, which can lead to increased energy costs. So it's important to find the right-sized AC unit for your needs.
Can I replace my AC unit myself?
If you're handy and have some experience with electrical work, then replacing your AC unit is something you can definitely do yourself. However, if you're not comfortable with doing electrical work, then it's probably best to leave it to the professionals. In any case, be sure to carefully review the instructions that come with your new AC unit before beginning any work.
As for tools, you'll need a screwdriver, wire cutters, and a voltmeter. You'll also need to properly dispose of your old AC unit and its Freon gas. To do this, you'll need to contact a certified Freon recovery specialist in your area.
How efficient is a 20-year-old air conditioner?
Well, that depends on a lot of factors, like the make and model of the air conditioner, how often it's been serviced or cleaned, and the climate you live in. Generally speaking, though, an air conditioner that's been well-maintained should last around 20 years or more. If you live in a hot climate, however, your AC may need to be replaced sooner than that.
If your air conditioner is showing signs of wear and tear, or if it's not keeping your home cool enough anymore, it's probably time for a tune-up or even replacement. So if you're thinking about replacing your old AC unit, be sure to consult with a reliable ac repair company in Magnolia, TX.
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Upon arrival customer stated that the out door fan was making a weird humming noise like it was off balance. System is operating just as it should and the system is level. She also stated one room wasn't as cold as the others found the vent only half way open so I opened it all the way and the system is operating properly at this time
Upon arrival customer stated that the lights flickered and and the system wasnt cooling then was told to turn the system off. When she turned the system back on this morning it's been running and cooling fine since. Pressures look good got a 22 temp drop across the coil. All ac operations are operating properly at this time.
Performed precision AC tune up. Checked operating refrigerant pressures to ensure peak performance and efficiency. Tested power distribution system and corresponding starting components. Verified proper zoning operations and damper motor response. Checked primary drain to ensure no obstructions. Used alkaline treatment to reduce bacterial growth within lines. Replaced existing media filter 20x25. Checked temperature differential across indoor coil within target range. Air Purification system was currently due for UV replacement cartridge to restore Air Purifier to working order. Replaced UV bulb accordingly with customer approval with 36 month rating on replacement. Otherwise all checks are good at this time. System is currently operating within desirable specifications. Applied $25 referral discount to invoice balance.
Performed precision AC tune up. Checked operating refrigerant pressures. Found system low on refrigerant. Determined this was result of leak present inside evaporator coil upstairs. Preferred to add refrigerant and make corrections at later time. Adjusted refrigerant charge accordingly to ensure peak performance and efficiency. Tested power distribution system and corresponding starting components. Verified proper amp draw; optimal. Used alkaline treatment to reduce bacterial growth within primary drain line. Washed outdoor coils thoroughly to maintain heat rejection. System currently operating to best of its ability with existing condition. Provided 10% price reduction for military/first responder discount on additional refrigerant
Performed precision AC tune up. Checked operating refrigerant pressures to ensure peak performance and efficiency. Tested power distribution system and corresponding starting components. Verified proper amp draw; optimal. Checked temperature differential across indoor coil. Washed outdoor coils thoroughly to maintain heat rejection. Purged drain line to clear lines. Used alkaline treatment to reduce bacterial growth within lines. Tested zoning control and zoning motor response. System operating within desirable specifications. All checks are good at this time. Replaced media filter 20x25