Galena Park A/C Repair
Air Conditioner Installation, Replacement and A/C Service in Galena Park, TX
Reputable A/C Service by Certified John Moore Technicians Since 1994
John Moore’s certified HVAC technicians are here for your A/C repair, A/C Replacement, and A/C Maintenance needs.
The City of Galena Park is about as old- if not older- than Houston itself. Originally settled in 1835, Galena Park (then called Clinton) played a large role in Texas gaining its independence. In 1836, Sam Houston built rafts in the Galena Park area so he and his men could cross Buffalo Bayou and win the famous battle of San Jacinto.
Galena Park’s rich history means that there are a lot of older homes in the area, and with older homes come a variety of A/C issues such as dirty coils that strain your A/C system; dusty air ducts that drastically impact your indoor air quality; condenser units with malfunctioning parts and worn out belts; and obsolete refrigerant that may force you to replace your A/C system if it leaks. John Moore’s HVAC experts are here to help you win the battle against the Texas heat!
Caught in the heat? Call 713-730-2525. We have longer service hours during the summer time to help you beat the heat.
John Moore’s HVAC Services Include:
- A/C Repairs including Air Duct Re-sizing and Condenser Repairs
- A/C Replacements and Zone System upgrades
- A/C Maintenance and Tune-up
- Indoor Air Quality
We service most makes and models
A/C System Replacement for Tax Credits and Refrigerant Compliance
Replacing your home’s HVAC system after 10 or more years of operation is a good idea for several reasons.
First, Air Conditioning systems today are built to be more efficient than their predecessors, meaning that you are likely to experience more comfort while saving money on your energy bill each month when you upgrade to a new A/C. Second, there are rebate and tax-credit opportunities for homeowners that upgrade their home’s HVAC system. Lastly, if your home’s A/C uses R-22 refrigerant, replacing your A/C with one that uses R-410A will prevent you from having to replace your entire system when your refrigerant starts leaking. R-22 is a refrigerant that is being phased-out by the year 2020 because of its negative environmental impact. John Moore can help you plan ahead, weigh your options, and find a solution that works with your budget.
Contact John Moore to explore your new A/C options. And don’t forget to ask about our 0% Financing!
HVAC Repairs & A/C Maintenance
The beauty of Air Conditioning is that with the touch of a button, you have total control over the air in your home. But what seems simple on the surface is quite complex underneath.
To cool your home, your A/C condenser must pump refrigerant to a cooling coil located in your attic, which cools the air that comes from your HVAC system’s blower and flows through the ductwork of your home. After the refrigerant in your cooling coil absorbs heat, it is pumped back outside where your condenser unit fan disperses it, cooling the refrigerant once again and completing the cycle. Over time, quite a few things can happen: coils get dirty; refrigerant starts leaking; air ducts can become crushed or are undersized to begin with; the condensation produced from the cooling coil can become backed-up in a drain line and start leaking onto your ceiling; and the list goes on.
The best way to prevent any of these A/C malfunctions is through regular maintenance. John Moore offers a $69 A/C tune-up and inspection that can prevent a lot of these issues. And if you suspect that your A/C is having any problems- you notice water marks, you feel that a room isn’t cooling properly, or you hear strange noises from your outdoor unit- it’s always smart to call a certified HVAC technician. What could just be solved with a minor repair now can become worse if you wait to address it.
Improve your A/C system’s performance and address any issues by calling John Moore at 713-730-2525