Stafford A/C Repair
Air Conditioner Installation and A/C Service in Stafford, TX
Stafford’s Air Conditioning Service Experts since 1994.
Call on John Moore’s HVAC Specialists for your A/C Replacement, A/C Repair, and A/C Maintenance needs.
Thanks to the lack of city property tax, Stafford has attracted many businesses and homeowners over the past 20 years. Stafford has become one of the best areas in Houston to live, work, and even retire to, but if you’ve lived in your home for more than a decade, you may notice that your A/C isn’t working as well as it used to. If you notice that your home’s air isn’t as comfortable as it once was, or that certain rooms aren’t cooling to the temperature you set on your thermostat- or even if you notice more obvious signs like the noise of a struggling outdoor A/C unit or water leaks on your ceiling- it might be time to call the HVAC experts at John Moore.
Has your A/C system completely stopped working? Call us at 877-730-2525, and we’ll solve your HVAC problem.
John Moore’s HVAC Services Include:
- A/C Repairs including whole-home air balancing and duct design
- A/C Replacements
- A/C Maintenance and Tune-up
- Air Duct Cleaning and other Indoor Air Quality solutions
We service most makes and models
Air Conditioner Replacement – Not an Option for Systems Using R-22 Refrigerant After the Year 2020
Is your A/C unit more than ten years old? Has it been giving you trouble? If so, it’s time to consider replacing your HVAC system.
Over time, you are bound to run into some issues with your HVAC system: evaporator coils freeze, condensate drain lines clog, or refrigerant can start leaking. Some of these issues can be avoided with regular maintenance. But after about a decade of heating and cooling your home, a lot of parts can start to fail at once, or affect other parts of your A/C system. At this point, it’s often more cost-effective and better for the overall comfort of your home to upgrade to a new HVAC system.
Another reason you may want to replace your A/C system if it’s more than 10 years old is because the refrigerant it uses will no longer be available after 2020 due to the phase out of R-22. If you have an A/C system that uses R-22 refrigerant and it leaks after 2020, you will have to replace your indoor and outdoor A/C units with a system that uses R-410A, the new standard refrigerant.
Waiting to replace your A/C could cost you more money. Plan ahead and take advantage of rebates tax refunds, and John Moore’s 5 year no interest financing on qualifying systems.
Call John Moore or contact us here to start planning for your new HVAC system!