Service Repairs Services ANY make models & Brands
How Do You Know When You Need Air Conditioner Repair in Dallas / Fort Worth? Several things can impede the proper function of your air conditioning system. The accumulation of caked on grime and dirt on the condenser coil located outside can force the system to work harder and waste energy. A leak in the coils can result in insufficient refrigerant in the system. Other common culprits for malfunctioning air conditioning systems include a clogged A/C drain and faulty electric controls or sensors. The service professionals at A Arry Co Air Conditioning and Heating will use the latest technology and tools to diagnose your air conditioning system’s problem and correct it quickly and cost-effectively. Our technicians will arrive at your home with fully stocked trucks with the tools and equipment they need to complete almost all jobs within one visit.
Repair Services ANY make models & Brands
Our Comfort specialist can handle all of your heating & air conditioning repair needs including service for your furnace, air conditioner, mini-split, heat pump, air handler, or boiler.
We service all makes models and brands
New construction Residential & commercial, service, new installs, retro-fits, ice machines, & service agreements.
Q: What does HVAC stand for?
A: HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning. The three functions of heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning are closely interrelated. All seek to provide thermal comfort, acceptable indoor air quality, and reasonable installation, operation, and maintenance costs. HVAC systems can provide ventilation, reduce air infiltration, and maintain pressure relationships between spaces. Your heating and air technician goes by the name of HVAC contractor, and can provide heating repair expertise
Q: How Does My HVAC system move air THROUGHOUT my home?
A: The fan draws indoor air in through vents called return grills located throughout your home. The air travels through ducts that run to your systems' air handler, where it is returned into the conditioned space through supply vents or registers in your wall, ceilings or floors.
Q: How Often Should I replace my filter?
A: There's no one-size-fits-all answer. The frequency of filter changes is driven by how much your heating and air conditioning system operates, which is also driven by your individual climate. Start by checking the system's filters at least once a month. Hold the used filter up to the light and compare it to a clean "spare." When light is obscured by captured dust and dirt particles, the old filter should be changed. Keep a record for one year and then replace the filter on that basis. At a minimum, it is always a good idea to change filters at the start of the heating and cooling seasons and then in between according to your need. Also, it is a good idea to have your heating and air system checked at the beginning of heating and cooling season to insure proper operation.
Q: Why should i replace my working fan or air conditioner?
A: Although your present furnace or air conditioner may be working, if it is more than 12 years old you should consider replacing it with a new high efficiency system. A new heating and air conditioning system could save up to 70 percent on energy costs, and save you money in the long run on heating repairs. While these products save you money on your utility bills, they also offer a better degree of comfort within your home.
Q: What is the difference between a seer and eer system?
A: Since January 1st 2015, all residential air conditioners sold in the United States must have at least a 14 SEER. SEER is the abbreviation for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and it is a U.S. government standard energy rating and reflects the overall system efficiency of your cooling system. An EER is short for Energy Efficiency Ratio and doesn’t take into consideration the time of year, but rather the system’s energy efficiency at the peak operating use. Both ratings should be considered in choosing cooling products. The rating is a ratio of the cooling output divided by the power consumption and measures the cooling performance of the system. The Federal government developed an ENERGY STAR program for high efficiency central air conditioning systems that in order to qualify must have a SEER of at least 14.
Q: How does the Clean Air Act impact heating and cooling systems?
A: The portion of the Clean Air Act that applies to the Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) industry encourages the development of ozone-friendly substitutes for chemicals that contain ozone destroying chlorine, which are called hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs). The chemical refrigerant of choice for more than four decades, referred to as R-22, is in the HCFC category. R-22 is widely used in heat pumps and AC condensing units to heat and cool homes. Today, a refrigerant called R-410A is used because of its ozone-friendly properties.
What is a Trane Comfort Specialist?
Independent Trane dealers of the highest standing in every aspect of their business.
Trane Comfort Specialist means the independent Trane dealer is committed to being the best in installation, service, customer satisfaction and employee training. Not every dealer qualifies as a Trane Comfort Specialist, but rather only those that meet Trane’s stringent standards and who demonstrate a commitment to customer satisfaction and continuing education. These dealers are committed to training to keep up to date with Trane’s latest technology, ensuring that you receive a system that is designed to achieve maximum efficiency, reliability and comfort, as well as a system that delivers the efficiency its ratings promise and that you expect.
Many Trane Comfort Specialist dealers have NATE certified technicians. Organizations that are part of the NATE coalition include the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers.
This badge lets you know you’re working with an independent Trane dealer of the highest standing a dealer who is committed to the best in every aspect of his business, from installation and service, to customer satisfaction and employee training. Many also have NATE (North American Technician Excellence) certified technicians.
Not every dealer qualifies as a Trane Comfort Specialist dealer. Each year, independent dealers qualify for Trane Comfort Specialist status by meeting Trane’s stringent standards and demonstrating a commitment to customer satisfaction and continuing education.
By looking for the mark of a Trane Comfort Specialist dealer, you know you’ll be working with a proven dealer the best of the best.