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Missouri City A/C Repair
A/C Repair and Air Conditioner Installation & Service in Missouri City, TX
Schedule ServiceScheduling Week of April 9, 2020
Trusted AC Installation, Repair Services for Missouri City
John Moore is the name Missouri City has trusted for A/C repair, A/C replacement, and A/C maintenance since 1994
If you live in Missouri City, Texas you have a lot to to be proud of. Missouri City is one of the most diverse cities in Texas and has an award-winning parks and recreation department. It’s a great place to enjoy the outdoors as well as go shopping. And because Missouri City is also home to many new neighborhoods and master-planned communities like Lake Olympia and Riverstone, you can come home to a wonderful house and neighborhood after a long day of work.
Although many of the homes in Missouri City were built after 2000, you may notice that your A/C isn’t performing as well as it used to. On average, with regular maintenance, central air conditioning systems last about ten years before they stop cooling your home to the temperature you set on your thermostat. Whether your A/C needs a maintenance call, you notice that it isn’t cooling your home as it should, or you’re ready to upgrade to a new A/C system altogether, John Moore’s certified HVAC technicians are just a call away.John Moore’s HVAC Services Include:
- A/C Repairs including Condenser and Condensate Drain Line repairs
- A/C Replacements and Upgrades
- A/C Maintenance and Tune-up
- Indoor Air Quality
Is Your Missouri City Home Due for an New, Efficient AC System?
After keeping your family comfortable for 10 or 15 years, there are many good reasons to replace your home’s air conditioning system.
By upgrading to a new, energy efficient HVAC system, you are likely to see a significant decrease in your monthly energy bill. On top of those savings, there are many rebate and tax-credit opportunities for you to take advantage of when you upgrade. But the most pressing reason why you may want to replace your home’s A/C system is to prepare for the upcoming ban on R-22 refrigerant.
R-22 (also commonly referred to as Freon™) has been deemed environmentally unsafe by the EPA. By January 1st, 2020, it will be illegal and virtually impossible to acquire R-22 refrigerant. If your A/C system operates using R-22 and leaks during or after the year 2020, you will need to replace it with one that uses R-410A. It’s smart to plan ahead and upgrade before 2020 so that you’re not caught having to pay for an entirely new A/C system at the last minute.
When you replace your A/C with John Moore, you can expect a fully-calibrated HVAC system and comfort for years to come. Our parts are backed by a 10 year manufacturer’s warranty and our labor is backed with a 1 year warranty*, so if anything happens within the first year of us replacing your home’s A/C, we’ll be back to fix the issue at no extra cost.
*Excludes lack of maintenance, vandalism, and acts of God (flood, lightning, etc.)Ready to feel the comfort and cost-savings of a new A/C? Contact John Moore and we’ll find the best, new air conditioning system for you and your family.
Routine Maintenance Can Increase Life of AC System
Over time, dust and dirt collect inside your system; working parts need adjustment and lubrication; and some components wear out completely.
Even after just a couple of years, failure to clean your coils or address a leak can cause your AC to malfunction.
Having your HVAC system regularly serviced can increase its lifespan, improve your home’s energy efficiency and air quality, and save money on your energy bill. It will also prevent your air conditioning system from breaking down in the dead of summer.
From Lakeshore to Quail Valley to the corners of Fort Bend, John Moore will be at your door in no time to perform an A/C tune-up and inspection to keep your system in shape and your family cool for years to come.Don’t get stuck in the heat. Schedule a $69 A/C tune-up and inspection with a certified HVAC technician.