AC Repair Service San Marcos TX | AirOne Heating and Air Conditioning

Air Conditioning Services

Air Conditioning Repair

In San Marcos, Kyle, Buda & New Braunfels

"Just Because Your Air Conditioning System Is Working Doesn’t Mean It’s Working Right."

AirOne Heating and Air Conditioning is an award-winning air conditioning & heating repair company with a 29 year history of providing excellent, professional, unbelievable ac repair services to our clients in the San Marcos, Buda, Kyle and New Braunfels area.

Home owners don’t need to settle for the kind of air conditioning repair and heating service that just gets their air conditioning and heating systems to “make noise and move air“. At AirOne Heating and Air Conditioning we think it’s important that your air conditioning and heating system operate efficiently at or near rated system capacity.

And it doesn’t cost you a dime extra for AirOne Heating and Air Conditioning to evaluate your systems total operating performance.

If you’re in the San Marcos, Wimberley, Buda, Kyle or New Braunfels area and need Heating or AC repair services, give us a call! Experience the difference a professional HVAC technician can make. Call 512-392-0022

AirOne Heating and Air Conditioning takes service, maintenance and installation calls from customers all over San Marcos, Kyle, Buda, New Braunfels & the Central Texas area that need help with their air conditioning systems. We never underestimate the importance of your being comfortable inside your home. Comfort is about more than just being cool. Your air conditioner controls the filtration, air movement, temperature and humidity of the air inside your home.

Air conditioning is important for dehumidification as well as cooling. The refrigeration equipment originally developed by Willis Carrier was almost solely used for dehumidification. Residential central air conditioning systems keep homes cool in the warmer months, and helps control indoor humidity levels. Residential air conditioners today come as mini-splits that cool specific areas, and as central air conditioning systems with ductwork that distributes cooled air to various rooms throughout the home.

Whether your air conditioning system is a variable speed, single speed, mini-split, two speed, heat pump, gas heat, or any other air conditioner or heater, our professional technicians are trained and ready to help. For over 29 years, our technicians have been diagnosing, repairing, installing, and replacing air conditioning systems. AirOne Heating and Air Conditioning trained technicians are experienced on wide range of heating and air conditioning systems.

Today’s air conditioning and heating systems are complex, integrated systems that require well trained, knowledgeable technicians to properly service. Residential central air conditioning systems keep homes cool in the warmer months, warm in the cooler months, help control indoor humidity levels summer and winter and keep the air we breathe filtered, fresh and clean. Modern air conditioning systems utilize internally programmed printed circuit boards to achieve and maintain proper operation and efficiency. Residential air conditioners come as mini-split systems that cool specific areas, and as central air conditioning systems with ductwork that distributes cooled air to every rooms throughout the home.

How Does Air Conditoning Work?

Air Conditioning systems use a pressurized “refrigerant” to remove the heat from the air in your home as the air is moved past an indoor refrigerant coil. The heat in the refrigerant is then released into the air outside your home. This refrigerant cycle continues until the thermostat reaches its set-point temperature.

AC Systems are made up of many component parts such as a compressor, a fan, condenser coil, evaporator coil, and the refrigerant. These individual components must work in together properly in order to properly and efficiently cool your home.

The three main sections that make up most split central air conditioning systems are:

Condensing Unit

The outdoor unit with a compressor, fan, condenser coil and electrical controls

Air Handler

A matching indoor unit with a blower fan and evaporator coil

Ductwork

Designed and constructed to deliver the correct amount of air to each room

Air Handler Repair

Air handlers are the indoor section of air conditioning systems that move air across the indoor an evaporator coil in summer and the electric heat strips in winter. Squire cage blowers, evaporator coils, blower motors, transformers, and control boards are just some of the component parts technicians troubleshoot, diagnose and repair while servicing the air handler portion of your air conditioning system.

Air Conditioning Repair In San Marcos

Air Conditioning make homes comfortable by cooling and dehumidifying the air inside the home. AirOne Heating and Air Conditioning repairs, installs and performs routine maintenance on air conditioning systems. Our technicians can diagnose mechanical problems with your AC system and repair any performance problems they might find.

Air Conditioning Thermostats

Thermostats can be used to regulate the heating, cooling and humidity levels inside your home. An AirOne Heating and Air Conditioning technician can help you navigate the maze of electronic, programmable and internet connected thermostat available today.

Air Conditioning & Heating Maintenance

Maintaining your air conditioning and heating system should be a top priority. All mechanical systems and devices wear down and break down over time. Increased utility bills and higher repair expenses will far exceed the cost of an AirOne Heating and Air Conditioning “Comfort Society” maintenance program. We’re so confident in our maintenance program, that we run service calls below our cost when our Comfort Society members have a service problem.

We repair all any makes and models of air conditioning systems including Bryant, ICP, Nordyne, York, Armstrong, Frigidaire, Carrier, Trane, American Standard, Ruud, Rheem, Weathermaker, Coleman, Goodman, Amana, Lennox, and more.

Call an AirOne Heating and Air Conditioning technician to help you make the right decision about repairing, maintaining, or replacing your air conditioning system – (512) 392-0022.

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