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|Posted on July 1, 2014 at 6:13 PM||comments (1)|
Hiring the "cheapest" heating or cooling contractor could end up costing you more...
If your cooling system stops working this summer do you know who to call? As we enter into summer here in Texas, many homeowners will suddenly realize that their cooling system has developed new problems or has an unresolved operating issue leftover from last summer. The problems with the may be so serious that new equipment is required.
One of the common mistakes consumers make when hiring a heating and air conditioning contractor is hiring based solely on price. Hiring a heating and air conditioning company based solely on price can not only be dangerous, but it is typically the bait to get inside your home, where unnecessary repairs will be found to increase the price.
Over the years, a high number of consumer complaints prompted a popular investigative TV show to conduct several undercover investigations into ripoff A/C companies, exposing their competency and honesty. So, how do you determine whether a heating & cooling contractor is the right contractor since, you won’t find any contractors claiming that they are not legit or qualified for the job? Relying solely on customers’ reviews is a dodgy affair as they can be made up or even purchased. So now that you know not to hire a contractor based solely on price, what should you look for in a contractor?
1. Look up a company's webpage and make sure they have a place of business. Here's ours: www.fillmorehvac.com or www.heatingservicedallas.com
2. Call and ask for their State License number. For Texas residents you can go to: http://www.tdlr.texas.gov/LicenseSearch/Here is a link directly to our license: http://www.tdlr.texas.gov/LicenseSearch/SearchResultDetail.asp?1=AIRREF00053841&2=BE
3. Ask for referrals. Companies will happily give you 2-3 references to verify their work.
For more information regarding what questions you should ask when hiring an HVAC contractor or need more information, please feel free to contact us anytime at 214-431-5789 or E-mail: [email protected]
Fillmore Heating and Air Conditioning, LLC
|Posted on March 28, 2014 at 9:39 AM||comments (192)|
Beyond changing the air filter on a regular basis, one of the best ways to ensure your home's #HVAC system is operating at peak efficiency is to have a qualified professional like Fillmore HVAC tune up the system on a bi-annual basis.
1. Clean air conditioner coils, inside and out, before cooling season begins. Dirty coils make the A/C system run longer, decreasing efficiency and increasing cooling costs.
2. Check and refill the refrigerant charge if necessary
Not having the right amount of cooling refrigerant can lead to a damaged air compressor.
3. Clean and calibrate blower system components for optimal airflow. The AC system produces cool air for the entire home by blowing warm air over the cooled coil. Ensuring that air is moving over the coil as efficiently as possible can mean increased durability and efficiency of the system.
|Posted on May 29, 2013 at 11:06 AM||comments (204)|
Admit it: You probably don’t think about your indoor comfort system until it stops working and you become either too cold or too hot. It’s human nature to put something in the back of your mind as long as it doesn’t cause a problem and stays in the background.
Don’t ignore your heating and cooling system. Your HVAC system is a great big mechanical system, just like your car.You know that you need to keep your car tuned up and get your oil changed regularly. Your comfort system also requires regular maintenance from qualified specialists like Fillmore Heating and Air Conditioning.
Ignoring your comfort system means it will break down more, need replacement sooner, cost you more money throughout its shortened lifespan, and it might impact your health. Check out this public notice from our friends at ACCA http://youtu.be/T8HQdQIwQq0
@fillmorehvac #StayCool my friends! $48 service call 972-365-8356
|Posted on May 28, 2013 at 11:51 AM||comments (101)|
HVAC Installation – The system is only as good as its installer.
Proper HVAC installation procedures are essential to the health and lifespan of your HVAC system. A HVAC system that is installed correctly can last upwards of 20 years, while a poorly installed system will only last five years.
Taking the time to choose the right HVAC company is a small price to pay to extend to life of one of the biggest financial investments in your home.
Our Contractors are knowledgeable and have years of experience in HVAC installations and use only the best materials and the industries best practices.
We stand behind our services and our products.
Call Fillmore HVAC today 972-365-8356.
#StayCool my friends!
|Posted on May 18, 2013 at 1:02 PM||comments (344)|
Nothing in your house affects your comfort more than your heating and cooling systems. Yet unless the heater conks out during a blizzard or the air-conditioning goes on the fritz in the middle of a heat wave, most of us pretty much ignore our heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) equipment. We shouldn't. When it's not kept in shape, even the best system can cost you. How much? Depending on how you heat and cool your home and the climate of the area you live in, clogged filters, dirty thermostats, sooty flues, leaky ductwork and unlubricated fan motors can reduce heating and cooling efficiency by up to 25 percent. Some of these maintenance tasks are simple, while others require a trained pro. You'll also need an HVAC contractor if your system is at the end of its useful life. Here are some tips for dealing with HVAC equipment and the pros that service it.
DFW is gearing up for the heat. Air-conditioning units must be maintenanced before it's to late. At the beginning and end of each cooling season, you should have a technician clean or replace the filters, vacuum out the unit and lubricate the motor. If the unit is not cooling properly, call Fillmore Heating and Air Conditioning to check the pressure level of the refrigerant. Arrange for service calls before the start of heating or cooling season. You'll get better attention and have more flexibility when scheduling the appointment.
|Posted on May 13, 2013 at 9:51 AM||comments (265)|
With a brutal heat waves on the horizon in the US, those who aren't clinging to their A.C. units are probably looking for new ways to beat the heat. With temperatures reaching up to 100 in some places, those without air conditioning need to get creative, fast.But don't worry! We found 15 funny, DIY ways to beat the heat by creating your own cooling system. Some of the ideas are pretty brilliant life-hacks (like a fan mounted on the driver's side of a car) and some are just plain dangerous and dumb (like taping a fan to the ceiling), but regardless, the spirit of creative problem solving is what counts. Vote for the funniest solution below.
Check out more here posted by Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/06/21/heat-wave-2012-funniest-ways-to-beat-the-heat_n_1615664.html
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