Cypress A/C Repair
Air Conditioner Inspections, Installation and A/C Service in Cypress, TX
Get more with John Moore, Cypress’ HVAC system experts in A/C maintenance, A/C repairs, and A/C replacements since 1994
Like most of Houston, Cypress is filled with pockets of newer homes and pockets of older homes. Cypress homeowners with older A/C units may have to deal with costly repairs that arise from wear and tear over the years. Yet newer A/C systems aren’t quite in the clear. It only takes a couple of years for coils to get dirty and for algae to start growing in your condensate drain line, which is why- in addition to A/C repairs and A/C replacements- John Moore offers a $69 tune-up and inspection.
Based out of our main office just a mile north of Hwy 290, John Moore’s HVAC technicians are ready to respond to all of your HVAC needs. As a Cy-Fair neighbor for many years, you’ve probably seen our John Moore trucks in your neighborhood. Our trucks can be found in your neighborhood not only because we are located just miles away from your doorstep, but also because many Cypress homeowners have come to trust John Moore as their lifetime home-service provider.
From Stonegate and Bridgeland to Towne Lake and Black Horse Ranch, Cypress homeowners know that with John Moore’s certified HVAC techs, their home and A/C system are in good hands.
Has your A/C died, stranding you in the heat? Call 877-730-2525 for professional HVAC services you can trust
John Moore’s HVAC Services Include:
- A/C Repairs including Whole Home Air Balancing and Air Duct Design
- A/C Replacements and Upgrades
- A/C Maintenance and Tune-up
- Indoor Air Quality
We service most makes and models
If your AC is more than ten years old, it may be time to have a new AC system installed.
Newer A/C systems are more efficient, which means you are likely to save money on your energy bills.
There are also a few tax-credits and rebates you can take advantage of when you upgrade. But the biggest reason you may want to upgrade to a new HVAC system is that your current A/C may be obsolete by 2020.
Here’s why: R-22 refrigerant will be completely phased out by 2020. If your A/C leaks R-22 refrigerant during or after the year 2020, you may be forced to upgrade to a new A/C system that operates using R-410A refrigerant. You can see what type of refrigerant your A/C uses now by checking the manufacturer’s label located on the A/C condenser unit outside of your home. If your A/C does use R-22, let John Moore help you plan ahead and start saving today.
With our 0% financing, 10 year parts warranty and one-year labor warranty, there’s never been a better- or smarter- time to upgrade.
Ready to enjoy the comforts and savings of a brand new A/C? Contact John Moore today!