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Humble A/C Repair
Air Conditioner Installation, Replacement & Service in Humble, TX
Schedule ServiceScheduling Week of April 9, 2020
John Moore: Who Humble Calls for AC Installation & Repairs
Get more with John Moore, the neighborhood HVAC experts in A/C replacement, A/C repair, and A/C maintenance since 1994
Humble has been through many booms, from the oil boom in 1905 to the opening of Houston Intercontinental Airport in 1969 to today. Humble has become the commercial and social hub of Northeast Harris County. Before the millennium burst of master planned communities like Fall Creek, Summerwood, Deerbrook Estates, and Eagle Springs, most of the homes in Humble, Texas were built between 1970 and 1989.
Whether you live in an older Humble home or one that was built at the turn of the century, you count on your A/C to get you and your family through Humble’s hot summers. While we recommend regular A/C maintenance to keep your home’s air conditioning system running at peak performance, many older homes in Humble may need a new HVAC system altogether — not just for better functionality and energy efficiency, but also because of the upcoming ban on R-22 refrigerant.John Moore’s AC 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
A/C Replacement for Humble, Texas Homes
More than 60 percent of the homes in Humble were built before 2004. If you happen to own one of these homes and still have the original air conditioning system, it may be time for a replacement.
Due to its environmental impact, R-22 refrigerant is being completely phased by 2020. If your A/C system leaks refrigerant during or after the year 2020, you will have to replace your entire HVAC system with one that operates using R-410A, the new, environmentally safe refrigerant.
An easy way to tell if your A/C uses R-22 refrigerant is by checking the manufacturer’s label located on the side of your outdoor condenser unit, the giant metal box with a fan inside of it. There are many cost benefits to upgrading to a new HVAC system, like rebates and tax credits. You are also likely to notice a decrease in your energy bill when you upgrade to a new, more efficient HVAC system. John Moore backs our A/C system replacements with a 10 year manufacturer’s warranty on parts and a 1 year warranty on labor*. Call today, and we’ll help you find the best A/C system for you and your family!
*Excludes vandalism, acts of god (flood, lightning, etc.), and lack of maintenance.Ready to enjoy the comforts of a new A/C system? Call John Moore at 713-730-2525 and ask about our $0 down financing.
Responsive AC Repair & Maintenance During the Peak Summer Season
Ain’t it a drag when your AC breaks down when you need it most?
From your AC’s compressor to the air registers where cool air circulates into your home, there is a lot that can go wrong with your home’s HVAC system. Coils get dirty, making it hard for your system to cool and heat refrigerant; refrigerant leaks when coils or refrigerant lines crack; capacitors short circuit; air ducts in your attic can become crushed or penetrated, restricting airflow to rooms in your home; your condensate drain line can clog and its insulation can deteriorate over time, leading to water marks on your ceiling. And the list goes on.
If you suspect that you have any of these problems or other issues with your AC system, it’s important to call a certified HVAC technician immediately so the problem doesn’t get worse. But the best way to prevent any issues with your home’s A/C system and keep it running at optimal performance is with regular maintenance. Just as you should be replacing your home’s air filter once a month, it is best practice to run a full tune-up and diagnostics of your home’s HVAC system twice a year. John Moore’s $69 A/C tune-up and inspection covers all the bases: we clean your condenser and evaporator coils, clear-out your condensate drain line, and inspect every crucial component of your home’s A/C system.Don’t wait for something to happen to your A/C — contact John Moore today to ensure your A/C is ready to perform when you need it most.