Licensed Air Conditioning & HVAC Repair Services in Houston, TX
Local heating and cooling contractors and Trane Comfort Specialist servicing your residential HVAC needs from minor repairs to regular maintenance and total system replacement.
John Moore Services
10005 West Sam Houston Pkwy N
Houston, Texas 77064
Phone: (713) 730-2525
Mon-Fri: Open 24 Hrs
Complete AC Services
Air Conditioning Services by Houston’s Most Trusted and Recognized HVAC Company
Offering $0 Down WAC through John Moore’s In-House Financing and an industry-leading 10-year Parts & Labor Warranty available only at John Moore.
There is a lot that can go wrong with your home’s AC system over its lifetime: the condensate drain line can sweat and overflow; refrigerant can start leaking; air ducts can be crushed, contaminated, or built too small to begin with; and your compressor can fail.
Instead of waiting until your AC system stops working, it’s always good to be aware of how well your system is functioning. Regular maintenance can prevent a lot of these problems from getting out of hand, or even happening in the first place. John Moore is also Houston's Trane Comfort Specialist.
Signs that Your Air Conditioning System Needs an AC Ambulance
Is cold air not blowing out of your air registers even though you set your thermostat to cool? Do you notice that some rooms in your home heat or cool slower than other rooms?
Do some rooms not cool at all? Have you noticed a spike in your energy bill? Water marks on your ceiling? Or maybe that your AC system has totally stopped running.
If you notice any of these signs, you should call an AC professional as soon as possible. Every component of your AC system is connected, so one malfunctioning part could lead to further damage if it’s not addressed in time.
Basic Operation of an Air Conditioning System
Before we get into the different AC repairs and replacements that John Moore offers, it’s important to understand the basic operating principles of your AC system. There are two types of systems: electric and natural gas. Electric AC systems use an air handler to blow air through your home while natural gas systems use a furnace. Both furnaces and air handlers are typically located in the attic.