Houston HVAC & AC Services
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- Energy Saving Enhancements – Lower Monthly Bill!
- Air Conditioning Installation
- Indoor Air Quality Issues
- Maintenance & Preventative Maintenance
- AC Room Zoning for Comfort
- Air Filtration & Purification
- AC Balancing
- Bedrooms Not Cooling
- House Not Cool Enough
- Air Conditioning Houston TX
- AC Blowing Warm Air
- Broken Thermostats
- Freon & Coolant Leaks
- Air Duct Leaks
- High Electric Bill
- Noisy HVAC Equipment
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- AC Repair Houston
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Houston Air Conditioner & AC Repair
Air conditioning is a vital mission – as any Houstonian knows, temperatures reach triple digits every summer, and AC and HVAC outages are miserable and can be dangerous. One Call Services is your all inclusive resource for resolving your air conditioning needs, whether that be AC installation, AC repair, or AC service. We’ve been providing honest service for over 22 years, and we never charge for diagnostics. Yes, that’s right: we’ll diagnose your issue and provide you with an estimate. If after receiving the estimate you’d like a second opinion, no problem, you don’t owe us a dime – so give us a call now, because our Houston air conditioning service is unmatched!
About Our Air Conditioning Repair Services
We here at One Call Services take our mission seriously, and our mission is to provide air conditioning to Houston! Our HVAC techs aren’t paid purely on commission so that you don’t have to worry about us trying to upsell you. We do our best to provide each and every customer their choice of repair or replace! While we can and do install brand new AC & HVAC systems, sometimes restoring your air conditioning is as simple as replacing one inexpensive piece or part. Look to One Call Services in Houston for honest recommendations and air conditioning repair service!
Houston Air Conditioning
Did you know your AC unit needs regular servicing, just like your car? It’s true! Properly maintained air conditioning units are more efficient, longer lasting, and save you money in the short and long term. See our HVAC maintenance plans for info and options that will keep your investment running like new all summer long, or read about five ways to keep your AC efficient on our blog! Remember, our air conditioner service is one of a kind: we never charge for service calls and we won’t pressure you to buy anything you don’t need!
Air conditioning units can fail completely and suddenly, leaving you in need of a new HVAC system and a large bill unexpectedly. If you find yourself needing a new HVAC system but aren’t sure if you can afford one, you don’t have to worry. We offer two methods of in-house financing so that you can stay cool for a low monthly rate! One Call employees can handle every aspect of the process, making is as painless and hassle free as possible. Call us now, and remember, we offer free on-site diagnostics! So call us today for Houston air conditioning repair that’s fast and affordable!
How Air Conditioning Units Work
Like the refrigerator in your kitchen air conditioners use chilled air to cool your home in the summer. They do this by taking advantage of a physical law that very few people know of. In a process called phase conversion a liquid is converted into a gas when it absorbs heat. Your homes air-conditioning unit takes advantage of this physical law by forcing evaporation and condensation of special chemical compounds over and over in the closed coil system that it contains.
These special chemicals are called refrigerants and they have special properties that allow them to work at relatively low temperatures. When you combine that with the fan that all air conditioners include that takes the warm air in your home and moves it over the cold refrigerant field coils you get a system that not only cools the air in your home but removes the warm air from your home and places it outside.
When this happens and hot air flows over the cooled coils and he refrigerant that is inside the coils changes (using the law of phase conversion) from a liquid state to a gas. In order to cool your home efficiently your air conditioner must convert your refrigerant back to a liquid again and then back to a gas again over and over. This is done by putting high pressure on the compressor and creating unwanted heat.
You can think of it like this; liquid refrigerant through gas conversion changes to a gas absorbs heat and then, with the help of some compression, the same refrigerant is forced to become a liquid again. This happens over and over every time that you use your air conditioner.
And that’s how an air-conditioning unit works to cool your home.
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