The Heights A/C Repair

Air Conditioner Installation & Service in The Heights – Houston, TX

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John Moore Services
10005 West Sam Houston Pkwy N
Houston, Texas 77064
Phone: (713) 730-2525

Office Hours
Mon-Fri: Open 24 Hrs
Sat: 7AM-9PM
Sun: 7AM-7PM

Reputable Air Conditioning Service in The Heights

Get more with John Moore, your neighborhood HVAC experts in A/C maintenance, A/C repairs, and your home service needs.

Every year—especially during peak AC season— we solve a wide range of air conditioning issues in every corner of the Heights, from bungalows to historical victorian homes to townhomes. With many old, new, and renewed homes in the Heights, John Moore has performed maintenance and repairs on both electric and natural gas systems. Electric AC systems use an air handler to blow air through your home while natural gas systems use a furnace. But no matter which type of system you have, you may still experience the same issues if your A/C system isn’t working like it’s supposed to: watermarks on your ceiling, strange clanging noises, and finding yourself in a stuffy home on a hot, summer day.

John Moore’s AC Services Include:
  • A/C Repairs for Both Electric and Natural Gas Systems
  • A/C Replacements for Improved Energy Efficiency
  • A/C Maintenance and Tune-up
  • Indoor Air Quality
To make your HVAC issues a thing of the past, call John Moore for expert A/C service in the Heights.

Thinking about an HVAC Replacement for Your Home in The Heights?

Is it about that time for a new air conditioner? If you frequently have to repair part of your A/C system or if it runs on R-22 refrigerant, then it may be time for a new unit.

R-22 is classified as a CFC (ozone depleting chemical) and is scheduled to be phased out as of 2020. So if your system is leaks R-22 after the year 2020, you may have no other choice but to replace it with a system that is compatible with the new, ozone friendly refrigerant, R-410A. You can find out what type of refrigerant your HVAC system uses by looking at the fine print on the manufacturer’s data plate, on the condenser of your outside unit, or the air handler on the inside unit. You might also find a separate sticker on the condenser with the refrigerant spelled out in tall letters. 2020 is right around the corner, so now’s the time to start researching and planning for which system will meet your needs.

You may also want to consult a John Moore A/C expert if you are remodeling or adding an extension to your Heights home. We will perform a heat load calculation to assess the appropriate tonnage needed to accommodate the added space and advise you on whether or not you will need to replace your system.

Schedule an appointment with John Moore for top quality HVAC replacement in the Heights at 713-730-2525.

Complete HVAC Repairs & Maintenance Services for The Heights

How you treat your A/C system can ultimately determine how long it lasts.

While the average lifespan of an A/C unit is ten to fifteen years, some air conditioners can last 25 percent longer with the proper care and attention. So, if you’re searching for a reliable HVAC company in the Heights to perform thorough AC maintenance, here’s what’s included in John Moore’s 28-point inspection and tune-up:

Inspect All Filters, including any Media or Whole-Home Air Filters.
Inspect the Blower Wheel.
Inspect and Test the Condensate Drain Line.
Inspect the Outdoor (Condenser) Coil if Accessible.
Visually Check for Refrigerant Leaks.
Check and Clean Thermostat and Test Operation.
Check Metering Device if Accessible.
Check Return Air Temperature.
Check Supply Air Temperature.
Check Wet Tub Temperature (if applicable).
Check Temperature drop(s).
Check Disconnect Box, Wire Sizes, and Tighten Connections.
Check Operation of Service Valves.
Test and Measure Capacitor Voltage and Start Component.
Test the Amperage of Your Compressor.
Check Contactor and Relays.
Check Compressor and and Fan Motor Current.
Measure the Suction Line Temperature.
Measure Suction Pressure.
Measure Superheat/Subcool.
Measure the Air Entering the Outdoor Coil.
Measure Discharge Temperature.
Measure Discharge Pressure.
Check Refrigerant Charge.
Inspect and Rinse the Condenser Coil.
Evaluate the Condition and the Overall Efficiency of Equipment.
Visually Inspect Insulation for Proper Levels and Conditioning.
We Visually Inspect Air Ducts for Correct Sizing and Leakage.

For a thorough 28-point check tune-up for your AC or for any HVAC repairs, call John Moore at 713-730-2525.