Arkansas Heat & Air Conditioner Repair

HVAC Services

 

  • AC Replacement and Installation
  • Air Conditioning Repair
  • Air Conditioning Tune-Up
  • Heating Repair
  • Heating Installation
  • Heating Tune-up

Our licensed Arkansas HVAC technicians are experts in air conditioning, heating & ventilation service and repair. We also install new Energy Star certified products and ozone friendly refrigerants. We offer affordable air conditioning repair, maintenance, and installation. We provide residential or commercial service and repair of all of the major air conditioning and heater brands. We service, repair, maintain, and install all makes and models of heating and air conditioning equipment. Our HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning) technicians are experts at inspecting and repairing systems that are not cooling or heating properly. We service the greater Camden Arkansas area.

HVAC Tips:

If you have fans in place to help make your HVAC more efficient, be sure that they’re turning in the right direction. They should be pushing air downwards over the people in the room to help cool their skin. If it’s blowing upwards, all it does is push hot air into the room.

Not Sure If You Should Repair Or Replace Your AC? Consider this; if you have an inefficient system that breaks down every one to two years, it is likely that it is going to break down again. That means more expensive repairs and service calls or possible damage to the other parts of your home heating and cooling systems. Also consider the yearly maintenance cost factor. You could save up to 60% on your yearly energy bills with a new highly efficiency air conditioner or heater. Even if your air conditioner is only five to ten years old, it could be inefficient by today’s energy efficiency standards. Installing a new highly energy efficiency air conditioning system or heater systems can actually pay for itself with the yearly energy savings within a relatively short time, not to mention all that money you’ll save not having to constantly call a Arkansas heat and air conditioning repair contractor.

Air Conditioning Repair

 

  • AC Replacement and Installation
  • Air Conditioning Repair
  • Air Conditioning Tune-Up

If your air conditioning system needs repairs, count on our certified and licensed technicians to thoroughly inspect the system, explain the problem, and provide you with affordable solutions. If your refrigerant starts leaking, the indoor evaporator coil will get too cold and freeze up, which could permanently damage it. Have us diagnose your problem, perform AC repair services, maintain your system and even handle your HVAC installation. Our air conditioning contractors offer comprehensive repair and maintenance services on all brands of residential air conditioning and cooling systems. We service the greater Camden Arkansas area.

HVAC Tips:

The correct HVAC system should have sealed air ducts to minimize heating or cooling loss as air travels to different rooms. The heating or cooling requirements of different rooms in the home should be taken into consideration. There is no reason to increase energy usage by controlling the temperature in rooms that are used very little.

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Heater Repair Services

 

  • Heat Pumps
  • Heating Maintenance
  • Heating Repair
  • Heating Sales and Installation
  • Thermostats

We provide full service heating repair and installation. When the weather cools down and you don’t have time to worry about if your home heating is going to work properly. Our heating specialists are a team of individuals that are specially trained to handle any heating problem you may have. If you need heater replacements, heater repairs, or heater maintenance, give us a call today. We offer a wide range of heating products and services to meet your every need. We service the greater Camden Arkansas area.

HVAC Tips:

You may be surprised to discover that as much as 66% of all homes have ducts that leak. This will kick up your utility bills. Sealing your ducts is both easy and cheap, you can even do it yourself, and it can reduce your electricity bills significantly every year thereafter.

We service, maintain and repair all makes and all models of furnaces, heat pumps, and boilers. Our Arkansas service technicians have fully stocked trucks with all the parts and tools needed to solve your heating problems. We service gas forced air furnaces, electric forced air Furnaces, gas fireplaces, geothermal boilers, heat pumps, mini splits, hydronics, and humidification & dehumidification units. Regular maintenance can prevent most malfunctions, keep sound levels at a minimum, and enhance the health and cleanliness of your home. Preventative maintenance is unquestionably more efficient and more economical than waiting for your heating equipment to break.

Furnace Repair Services

 

  • Furnace Service and Inspection
  • Furnace Change Outs
  • Furnace Repair
  • Boiler Change Outs
  • Boiler Repair
  • Thermostat Replacement

As your heating system ages it can lose efficiency or stop working altogether. In many cases a homeowner will not notice the problem until the heating unit is already broken. Depending on how old your furnace is, it may be cheaper to install a new energy efficient unit. If your furnace is more than ten years old and you are faced with a more expensive repair, we will most likely recommend a new highly energy efficiency furnace. We specialize in furnace replacement, installation and repair. We service the greater Camden Arkansas area.

HVAC Tips:

Check out your duct work for leaks if your whole home isn’t being cooled or heated. Call local utility companies to test it for you since many do it for a small fee or even free, which is lower than HVAC contractors. Once you fix the leaks, the savings will be more than worth the hassle.

Indoor air pollution is among the top five environmental health risks. Usually the best way to address this risk is to control or eliminate the sources of pollutants and ventilate a home with clean outdoor air. But opportunities for ventilation may be limited by Arkansas weather conditions or by contaminants in the outdoor air. If the usual methods of addressing indoor air pollution are insufficient, air-cleaning devices may be useful. Air filters and other air-cleaning devices are designed to remove pollutants from indoor air.

Some are installed in the duct work of a home’s central heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) system to clean the air in the entire house. Portable room air cleaners can be used to clean the air in a single room or in specific areas, but they are not intended to filter the air in the whole house. Air-cleaning devices are categorized by the type of pollutants particulate and gaseous that the device is designed to remove or destroy.

 

Home Air Purifiers

We can help you understand differences between each kind of air cleaner, purifier, and filter, how they can help you achieve the best indoor air quality and what makes sense for your home. A whole house air purification system is worth learning more about. Not only does it attack all three classes of indoor air contaminants, but it has an air filter MERV Rating of 16, removing over 95% of particles down to .3 microns.

 

  • HEPA Filters
  • Media Air Cleaners
  • Electronic Air Cleaners
  • Basic Air Cleaners
  • Air Filter MERV Ratings

 

Air purifiers use an ionization chamber, which is a thorough and air–tight way of improving your indoor air quality. As dust passes through the chamber during the regular running of your heater or air conditioner, the ionization field causes it to stick the sides of the walls, leaving the clean air free to enter the duct system in your Arkansas home.

HEPA Filter Systems

HEPA stands for High Efficiency Particulate Air. Our HEPA filters remove a broad range of airborne contaminants including fine dusts, smoke, pollen, soot, and bacteria. HEPA filters can aid in trapping these nuisances and alleviating many symptoms for allergy sufferers. Although the filters can help tremendously. A HEPA filter is a type of mechanical filter that traps harmful particles such as pollen, dust mites and pet dander by forcing air through a fine mesh and not allowing the allergens to escape back into the home. It can also remove many toxic microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses and mold spores. A genuine HEPA filtration system will channel 99.97% of particles at .3 microns (300 times smaller than the average human hair). In a nutshell, HEPA filtration traps dust several hundred times smaller than a regular filtration system can.

HEPA filters can reduce:

  • Tobacco Smoke
  • Pollen
  • Allergens
  • Dust
  • Ash
  • Dirt Particles

Tips from the Pro’s.

When buying an air conditioner, look for a model with a high efficiency. Central air conditioners are rated according to their seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER). SEER indicates the relative amount of energy needed to provide a specific cooling output. Many older systems have SEER ratings of 6 or less.

Don’t get grass clippings on your outdoor condenser. Aim your grass cuttings in the other direction. This applies to leaf blowing and any other yard work that results in the yard.

If your air conditioner is old, consider buying an energy-efficient model. Look for the ENERGY STAR® and Energy Guide labels — qualified central units are about 15% more efficient than standard models. New residential central air conditioner standards went into effect on January 1, 2015; see the efficiency standards for central air conditioners for details, and consider purchasing a system with a higher SEER than the minimum for greater savings.

Clean any debris on an external condenser units. You never know when things can pile up, like right after it’s windy or rains, and that can ruin your system. It can cause a disaster with your system to malfunction by overheating.

The standards do not require you to change your existing central air conditioning units, and replacement parts and services should still be available for your Arkansas home’s systems. The “lifespan” of a central air conditioner is about 15 to 20 years. Manufacturers typically continue to support existing equipment by making replacement parts available and honoring maintenance contracts after the new standard goes into effect.

It is always a good idea to swap out single pane windows for double panes. This will also help you keep it warm in the winter.

When thinking about energy efficiency, one of the most important decisions to be made regarding a new Arkansas home is the type of heating and cooling system to install. Equally critical to consider is the selection of the heating and cooling contractor. The operating efficiency of a system depends as much on proper installation as it does on the performance rating of the equipment.

If your home gets hot in the summer and you’d like to use your air conditioner less often, consider a metal roof. It reflects the heat right back up into the sky, allowing your home to gain less heat on sunny days. Since metal roofs are permanent, you’ll save on repair and replacement costs also.

Improper design and improper installation of the HVAC system have negative impacts on personal comfort and on energy bills. Improper design and installation of a HVAC system can dramatically degrade the quality of air in a home. Poorly designed and poorly installed ducts can create dangerous conditions that may reduce comfort, degrade indoor air quality, or even threaten the health of the homeowners.

Keys to obtaining design efficiency of a system in the field include:

Sizing the system for the specific heating and cooling load of the home being built;
Proper selection and proper installation of controls;
Correctly charging the unit with the proper amount of refrigerant;
Sizing and designing the layout of the duct work or piping for maximizing energy efficiency; and Insulating and sealing all duct work.

Two types of heating systems are most common in a new home: forced-air or radiant, with forced-air being used in the majority of the homes. The heat source is either a furnace, which burns a gas, or an electric heat pump. Furnaces are generally installed with central air conditioners. Heat pumps provide both heating and cooling. Some heating systems have an integrated water heating system.

To reduce the air conditioning’s energy cost, close drapes, blinds and shades that cover windows which face the sun. Also, white shades will reflect the heat away from the house, keeping it cooler and saving you money. It is also recommended that you close the vents in rooms that are not used often. This will ensure that you are not spending money cooling less-used rooms.

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