Stay cool during the sweltering summers with air conditioning service from Morrow Mechanical. We offer a wide range of HVAC services, from AC repairs and maintenance to installation throughout The Woodlands, TX.
The Woodlands area is known for its hot and humid summers. Air conditioning and heating system is important in order to stay comfortable.
With all the work that AC units do they need to be properly cared for to continue providing cool indoor air over the years.
Instead of allowing problems to accrue with your systems, it's important to have your AC taken serviced by licensed technicians.
Morrow Mechanical is the local choice for air conditioning installation and repairs. With over 20 years of experience in the area, we know exactly what it takes to keep our customers cool and happy.
We serve residents all over The Woodlands and the surrounding communities of:
- The Village of Grogan's Mill
- Panther Creek
- Sterling Ridge
- Alden Bridge
- Indian Springs
- College Park
- Country Club Greens
- Cherry Place
- Carrell Manor
- Country Meadows
- Ashford Place
- Champion Forest
See what our raving customers are saying over on our testimonials page!
Reasons to Schedule Central AC Repair
Air conditioners in Montgomery County work harder than most others. All that hard work can lead to a greater likelihood of a mechanical breakdown, especially at the peak of summer. Some of the indicators that you need central air conditioner service can be:
- Unusual noises like banging or screeching.
- Poor air quality issues like high humidity or dust.
- Uneven cooling around the home.
- Insufficient cold air.
- Frozen AC coils.
- Loss of power or an unresponsive thermostat.
When you have problems with your air conditioning heating system, you need an HVAC company. The technicians at Morrow Mechanical are NATE-certified with decades of experience in solving air conditioning problems. Emergency service is also available!
Benefits of Air Conditioning Maintenance and Tune-Ups
Instead of paying for repairs when the AC breaks, wouldn’t it make more sense to be proactive?
That’s where an AC tune-up makes the most sense. During an AC tune-up, a professional performs inspections and adjustments that can pay dividends over the life of an air conditioner.
Some of the benefits of regular AC maintenance and tune-ups are:
- Minimize Expense: Repair fees are usually not considered when thinking about the cost of running an AC. However, they can add up to a considerable amount. AC tune-ups reduce the likelihood of problems so quick visits can save money down the road through lessened repair bills.
- Efficiency: Well-maintained units run at higher efficiencies. A tune-up can help save money and lower the carbon footprint of a home.
- Longevity: Units that are maintained regularly always last longer. Not only does maintenance help keep equipment under warranty, but it can also keep them running for years.
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When to Start Shopping for a Central AC Installation
Even with prompt repairs and good AC maintenance, eventually, an AC replacement will be the better choice. Aging units can cost more when repair bills and loss of efficiency are taken into account. Instead of spending money keeping outdated equipment running, installing a new unit will be the most cost-efficient solution.
Morrow Mechanical is the local choice for an air conditioner installation company. We supply Lennox and Goodman equipment and parts and we work on all models of air conditioners. Some of the signs that it is time to call us for a new AC installation are:
- A unit that is between 15 and 20 years old.
- Repair bills have started adding up.
- There has been a noticeable loss in cooling power and comfort.
- Parts and refrigerants for your current unit are hard to find.
Updating your AC can make a huge difference to your budget and your comfort. Whenever you are ready be sure to call us for honest and fast service.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do Heating and Air Conditioning Systems need breaks?
Heating and air conditioning systems need breaks. They work best when they're used regularly and alternated between heating and cooling.
If you only use your AC in the summer, the system will not be as effective when you need it in the summer. The same goes for the heater - if you only use it in the winter, the system will not be as effective when you need it in the winter.
Will AC Fan Run If Compressor Is Bad?
Generally, If a compressor is not functioning properly, the fan will not run and the air conditioning unit will fail. That said, this doesn't apply to every instance.
Check if your AC unit has a "fan-only mode". This is usually found on newer units that allow the fan to run even with a broken compressor.
Some units have separate motors for the fan and compressor. In these cases, the fan may still be able to run even if the compressor isn't working.
Is it Worth To Repair Air Conditioning?
If your air conditioner is relatively new and in good repair service, it may be worth it to repair it. However, if your AC is old or in poor repair, it may not be worth the cost of repairing it.
You'll need to weigh the cost of the repair against the cost of replacing your AC. In some cases, it may be more cost-effective to replace your AC than to repair it.
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Installing 5 ton el18 complete for 1st floor on 5-5-2022 for $17,701 of which I recieved deposit of $3,701 via check # 11024 leaving $14,000 to be collected upon completion by check or cash only.
Performed quality assurance check on new system. All electrical connections are tight. Duct connections secure. All mechanical and flu connections are tight. Furnace tested and working properly. Ac tested and working properly
Preformed a quality AC tune up on one system that we installed in 2021. Replaced the media filter. No air purification or surge protection to inspect. All AC operations are operating properly at this time.
Upron arrival found a stick in in the condenser restricting the condenser fan motor from turning pulled the stick out rest the condenser to clear the code system is operating properly and refrigerant are right where they need to be.
Performed ac maintenance. Found system in working condition. All electrical components working properly. Pressures and temperature good. System is working at this time.