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Why Should You Replace Your AC During the Winter?

Why Should You Replace Your AC During the Winter?

With the winter season in full-swing, our HVAC units are working harder than ever to keep our homes comfortable. With that said, you shouldn’t forget about your air conditioning unit, even if it isn’t used as much during the winter. In today’s post, the trusted name...
4 Types of HVAC Electrical Issues

4 Types of HVAC Electrical Issues

Over time, you’ll probably notice some problems with your home’s heating and air conditioning system. These may range from inconsistent cooling performance to possible refrigerant leaks–and in some cases, even electrical issues. Here AC & Refrigeration...
The Top 4 Risks of DIY HVAC Repairs

The Top 4 Risks of DIY HVAC Repairs

While there are many home repairs that can be done the DIY way, heating and air conditioning repairs shouldn’t be among them. In today’s post, residential and commercial AC and refrigeration contractor AC & Refrigeration Works shares the risks of performing DIY...
What to Do In Case of an HVAC Emergency

What to Do In Case of an HVAC Emergency

Problems with your heating or cooling system can happen at any time. But keep calm–not all of them are emergencies, and some can be put off for another day. In today’s post, local HVAC company AC & Refrigeration Works shares a look at what qualifies as an...
Is a Heat Pump a Good HVAC System for Your Home?

Is a Heat Pump a Good HVAC System for Your Home?

While traditional HVAC systems are still widely-used throughout Texas, many residential and ]commercial AC and refrigeration experts are noticing a growing demand for heat pumps. More and more homeowners are also making the switch to this type of cooling and heating...
Is Your HVAC System Ready for the Fall Season?

Is Your HVAC System Ready for the Fall Season?

With the fall season just a couple of weeks away, now is an ideal time to get all your air conditioning repair and maintenance needs out of the way early and enjoy the rest of the season in comfort. While fall is moderately mild in Texas, it’s still important to keep...