Tuesday, June 27th, 2023
frozen ac HVAC/Refrigeration Technician

Who do you call when your air conditioner stops producing refreshingly cool air during sweltering Texan summers or your refrigeration unit packs up? You call a refrigeration HVAC technician to get your unit up and running again. But these technicians do so much more than service cooling and heating systems. 

Friday, September 30th, 2022
preventative maintenance checklist

When you own a commercial building, you want to ensure it remains continuously operable. From the HVAC system to your plumbing, any unplanned downtime eats into your profits and productivity. Performing preventative maintenance with our checklist below keeps your building in good condition while helping you find potential problems before they become costly repairs.

Friday, June 14th, 2019
HVAC thermostat issues

Your HVAC system is vital to your comfort and health throughout the year. The thermostat is one of the most important components of this system, especially during the summer. If you start noticing air conditioning issues, you may think that something is drastically wrong. But, the thermostat can actually be the cause of many issues, including some of these most common ones.

Friday, June 7th, 2019
residential heating and air services Texas Panhandle

You rely on your residential HVAC system to keep you cool all summer long. One way you can trust your system to do this is to maintain it regularly. But, you may still have issues with your HVAC even if you do some maintenance. Electrical issues are not something you may consider when it comes to your HVAC system, but they do happen. Here are some of the most common electrical problems you may see.

Wednesday, August 8th, 2018
upgrading your commercial HVAC system

As the Texas Panhandle heats up each summer, your old commercial HVAC unit could be driving up costs. One option is to replace your HVAC system, but many businesses cannot afford to install a new unit. You may also be moving locations and do not want to invest in a new system. There are many scenarios in which replacing your commercial HVAC may not make sense. If you’re in one of these situations, retrofitting, or upgrading, your current system may be a better option to improve efficiency and lower costs.

Tuesday, June 5th, 2018
commercial HVAC contractors in Amarillo, Texas can inspect, repair, or install your heating and air conditioning

If you own a commercial building then you most likely rely on your HVAC system to keep your property cool and your tenants or employees happy. Being familiar with your HVAC system is one of the most important things you can do to keep your building comfortable and your costs low. One of the least understood parts of a commercial HVAC system is the economizer. The following can help you know if an economizer is included in your HVAC system and how these components work.

Wednesday, March 28th, 2018
prepare your air conditioner for summer

As winter turns into spring and summer, your business will have to go from heating to cooling. In the winter, you focus on keeping your customers and employees warm, while in the summer, you will focus more on air conditioning and humidity. The change in temperatures affects restaurants more because the HVAC system must cool customers and staff, and can also affect your refrigeration. There are many ways to prepare your air conditioner for summer, including cleaning the coils, checking for mold, and changing the filters.

Thursday, March 8th, 2018
get your commercial HVAC system inspected by a professional HVAC contractor in Amarillo, TX

Commercial HVAC systems are designed to be tougher, last longer, and work harder than residential systems. However, that doesn’t make them invulnerable and you still need to inspect them to keep them working regularly. Your commercial HVAC system is under different demands when it operates in winter and summer. As you transition between seasons, it is a good idea to check your HVAC for the following common issues.

Friday, March 17th, 2017

During hot weather conditions, many homeowners deal with their air conditioners leaking water inside their homes. This issue can be caused by several different things. To understand why you have water leaking inside, you should first learn how the water forms on your air conditioner. Common reasons for air conditioner leaks include clogged condensate lines and blocked air filters.