October 8th, 2018
Now is the time of year when it’s a good idea to start thinking about preparing your home heating system for the onset of the heating season. For most homeowners, that will simply mean scheduling professional maintenance services. For some people, though, it’s going to mean replacing their heating system altogether. If you’re not sure whether or not your heating system can survive another season, you should call a technician and have them evaluate your heater in-person. In the meantime, the following are some pretty clear indications that it’s time to have your current system replaced.
September 24th, 2018
Well, we’re finally starting to get some cooler days interspersed between the scorching hot ones. You know what that means: it’s time to get ready for the heating season! Before too long, you’ll be turning your air conditioner off in-favor of revving up your heating system for the next few months. Before we get to that point, though, you should make sure that your home is ready for the heating season. Follow the tips below, and your home will be in top condition by the time heating season gets into full swing.
September 10th, 2018
We’re lucky here in the Greater Denton Area to experience relatively mild temperatures year-round. It’s very rare that we experience drops below freezing temperatures in the winter and although our summers occasionally peak in the triple digits, they typically stay in a middle range. Because of this, residents in our area can meet all their heating and cooling needs without a furnace or standard air conditioning.
If you’re looking for an alternative to standard AC, a ductless mini-split system is a great option. Our team here at PRK Services, Inc. is full of trained professionals that have experience installing, repairing, and maintaining ductless mini split systems. You can rest assured knowing that your Trophy Club, TX air conditioning will operate flawlessly with our help.
August 27th, 2018
Your air conditioning system is an important part of your home, especially during the summer season. No one wants to go through a Texan summer without a way to keep their home cool. Your air conditioner does more than just control the temperature in your home, though. It also affects your indoor air quality in substantial ways. Unfortunately, few homeowners actually know how their air conditioning system is linked with their indoor air quality. If you’re one of those homeowners that want to know more about that link, read on.
August 13th, 2018
Central air conditioners have been around for a long time. They’re affordable, fairly efficient, the ultimate middle-of-the-road system for a wide range of home situations. While central air conditioning is a good option for many different kinds of home situations, though, they are not the best option in every case.
If you’re not sure what air conditioner to install in your home, we recommend that you consult with a professional technician before making any decisions. In the meantime, have a look below at some of the reasons why you might want to look for a different solution for your cooling needs.
July 30th, 2018
Air conditioning problems are much more likely to occur during the summer, due to the added wear and tear the system suffers from being used many more hours of the day. Preventive maintenance helps to keep the odds of a serious issue developing low, but it’s still not a guarantee that the system will go the entire summer without having some sort of problem. While you are using your air conditioner this summer, we highly recommend that you keep an eye out for the following signs that it is in some sort of trouble.
July 16th, 2018
Okay, so if you’re interested in keeping your air conditioner as healthy as possible you really shouldn’t ignore any problems that come up. Still, some are definitely more dangerous to the health of your system than others. For this blog, we’re going to focus on those issues that can cripple or completely break down your air conditioner in short order. If you notice signs of any of these issues affecting your air conditioner, you should have a technician look at it as soon as possible.
July 2nd, 2018
Air conditioners can get into quite a bit of trouble during the summer, when they’re used for many hours a day to keep homes cool. All of that added usage puts a lot of extra wear and tear on the system, which increases the chances for problems of various kinds to develop. Hopefully, you’ve already had the system professionally checked out to ensure that it remains in good shape.
Even if you have, though, there is still a small chance that something could malfunction over the next several months. One of the most common signs that your air conditioner is not functioning correctly is falling output. Read on for some common causes of low air conditioner output, and how you can deal with them.
June 18th, 2018
The temperature of the air in your home isn’t the only thing you should be worried about during the summer season (although it’s obviously a high priority). Indoor air quality tends to suffer during the summer, as people close all of their doors and windows to facilitate climate control. While this does make it easier to keep the home cool, it cuts off the flow of air into the home.
Without fresh air moving into the home, contaminants tend to build and lower the indoor air quality. Humidity issues also impact indoor air quality, when chronic and allowed to persist unchecked. If you want to improve your indoor air quality, raising your health and comfort levels at the same time, then consider installing one of the systems below.
June 4th, 2018
Summer is here, and if your air conditioner isn’t up to the task you should take steps now to replace it with a new one. You don’t want your current system breaking down on you in the middle of a heat wave, after all. Especially not if it’s uncertain whether or not you’ll ever be able to get the system functioning again. If you’re not sure whether or not now is a good time to replace your air conditioner, have a look at the symptoms below to help you decide.