Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Kerr County AC & Heating Services
6 followers -
A/C and heater repair in Kerrville TX and surrounding areas.
A/C and heater repair in Kerrville TX and surrounding areas.

6 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
What would you do to stay cool in Kerrville? We can help 830-238-3848 #hvac #summer #ac #acrepair #acprobs
Photo

Post has attachment
We work here AND live here, so when you need us - we're here! Follow us to be one-click away from A/C and heater repair when you need it! 830-238-3848 #hunttexas #kerrville #ingram #kerr #hvac #airconditioning #summeriscoming
Photo

Post has attachment
We are so grateful to live in the beautiful Texas hill country and strive every day to provide the very best HVAC service to our amazing friends and neighbors. We sincerely thank you for your business and referrals!  - JR & Melissa #kerrville   #hvac   #ingramtx   #hunttx   #hillcountry    #airconditioningrepair  
Photo

Post has attachment
We work here AND live here, so if you need us - we're here! Like our page for regular HVAC DIY tips and to be one-click away from AC and heating service when you need it! #hvac Air conditioner and heater repair in Kerrville, Ingram, Hunt TX and surrounding Kerr County areas.
Photo
Photo
2016-02-01
2 Photos - View album

Post has attachment
Very short, but informative video with simple DIY tips to help troubleshoot your HVAC system! One minute could help save money! ‪#‎hvactips‬ ‪#‎diy‬  Heater repair in Kerrville, TX.

Post has attachment
Looking for an ac company in Kerrville? Kerr County A/C and Heating Services offers air conditioner and heater repair in Kerrville, Ingram, Hunt and surrounding Kerr County communities. We understand you have a choice when selecting a local HVAC company and encourage you to visit our Facebook page to see customer reviews: https://www.facebook.com/KerrCountyACandHeating/reviews/ 
#hvaccontractor   #heatingandairconditioning   #heatingandair  

Post has attachment
HVAC Tip:  Does your HVAC system have a safety float switch installed to prevent water damage to your home?  If so, when was the last time it was inspected to ensure it is operating properly?

Benefits of a safety float switch

Your air conditioner was designed to remove heat from within your home. While removing heat, your a/c unit also removes moisture.  As moisture is removed from the air, water collects as condensation.
To collect and dispose of this moisture, a primary drain pan is located inside of your equipment (evaporator coil).  If installed correctly, your system will also have an emergency drain pan located under your evaporator coil.  This is the last line of defense to protect your home from water damage. 
If the primary drain line becomes clogged with debris (insulation, dirt, dust, etc.), the drain pan will overflow into your emergency drain pan.
An emergency drain can also become clogged with debris, which would cause the emergency (or overflow pan) to spill over causing water damage inside the home.  The job of a safety float switch is to detect the water level in the emergency pan and automatically shut the system off if water reaches a dangerous level.  Your HVAC technician can clean the drain lines, so your system will resume proper operation.


If you have a safety float switch installed, it’s important to note regular inspection is recommended to ensure its operating properly.  Hard water deposits can collect around the moving components (shaft & flotation device) causing the float switch to become ‘stuck’ and potentially fail to detect high water levels.  These are just some of the important check-points your HVAC technician should cover when performing a routine system maintenance check.

Kerr County A/C & Heating Services includes this check-point in our regular preventative maintenance check-ups.
Photo

Post has attachment
Having your heating equipment checked BEFORE you use it is more than just a 'maintenance' nuisance - it's actually really important to ensure your family is safe AND to make sure your system is operating efficiently, which can save you $ on utilities!  Looking for heater repair in Kerrville, TX?  We can help! #hvaccontractor   #hvac   #heatingandcooling
Photo

Post has attachment
Hi KC friends! Wanted to pass along a few DIY tips to help keep your HVAC investment in tip-top shape for maximum comfort, energy efficiency, and long operating life. As always, please give us a call with any questions if you're in need of A/C service in the Kerrville, Ingram and Hunt area.  830-238-3848

1: Change the blower filter at least twice a year – once before the heating season and once before the cooling season. More often if you live in a more dusty area. Definitely more for Kerr County residents! We recommend once monthly during the... summer months.
2. Keep components clean, especially the outdoor condenser/compressor unit. Remove dirt & debris, and cut back vegetation at least two feet on all sides.
3. Have your HVAC system serviced by a trained technician once a year. While there are cleaning tasks that most homeowners can accomplish, other tasks, like checking combustion in gas or oil furnaces or ensuring there are no leaks in a refrigerant line, are best left to experts.
4. Insulate and air-seal your home properly – HVAC equipment is much more efficient if the home’s shell is efficient.
Photo

Post has attachment
Air conditioner repair/service company serving Kerrville, Ingram, Hunt and surrounding areas with over 20 years HVAC experience! Call JR @ Kerr County A/C at 830-238-3848.
Photo
Wait while more posts are being loaded