Air Conditioning Repair & Installation in Tyler, TX
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A/C Problem? How Can We Service You?
Residential and/or commercial A/C repair, installation, and maintenance at prices we tell you upfront.
The Walker Experience.
Step 1: Give Us A Call
A friendly team member will listen to you describe the problem with your air conditioning system.
Step 2: Schedule Your A/C Service
We will work with your schedule to find a time that is most convenient for you.
Step 3: Receive Confirmation
On the day of your service, you will receive a picture of the A/C technician who is to arrive at your home or office along with a confirmation – hours/mins before.
Step 4: Get Top-Rate Service
Our air conditioning technicians arrive with the supplies they need to handle almost any A/C repair. They are professional and courteous and aim for your satisfaction.
"Fantastic Customer Service! They are always trying to figure out the best options for my budget, both financially and time wise."
"Company is highly recommended!! Both technicians that came out were very nice and knowledgeable. Trisha is also very nice."
"Great Experience from start to finish. Would highly recommend for any job. Have used them for repairs, and HVAC replacement, and have no intention of..."
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Air Conditioning FAQs
Is My A/C Unit Under Warranty?
It’s certainly possible. Most A/C unit warranties last at least 5 years. If you don’t remember how old you unit is, then locate the label on your unit and check the manufacture date. If you don’t know where your A/C unit is (or if you can’t find the manufacture date), we can find out for you once we get to your home or office. Who knows? Your A/C repair may be covered by your manufacturer!
How Much Is A Service Call?
What Causes A/C Units to Freeze Up?
- Low refrigerant—sometimes a leak in the refrigerant lines can result in low refrigerant level.
- Dirty evaporator coil—As your evaporator coil accumulates dirt over time, it can restrict airflow and cause your unit to freeze.
- Broken blower motor (or relay)—a blower motor that isn’t running (or is running at an improper speed) can cause your A/C unit to freeze and/or work sporadically.
- A dirty air filter—if your air filter is too dirty, then airflow can become so restricted that the unit freezes up. If you suspect this may be the case, turn off your A/C until to let the ice melt. Then, replace your air filter and turn it back on. If that gets you back in action, then you just saved yourself a service call!
What Can I Do to Reduce Allergens?
- Buy a HEPA filter with a MERV rating of at least 10.
- Change your air filter (at least) every other month—and possibly more often during the summer
- Get on one of our A/C maintenance plans to reduce the build-up on your blower fans and coils
- Have us clean your air ducts
- Depending upon your situation, you may also benefit from a whole-home air cleaner, UV air treatment system, central humidifier, central dehumidifier, and/or an ERV/HRV ventilation system.
Have questions? Get in touch! We’re happy to help.
My House Isn't Cooling Well—Do I Need a Bigger A/C?
Most people don’t know it, but most newer thermostats show the relative humidity in your home or office. The optimum indoor range is 35%-50%, but 40%-50% is ideal.
Need help figuring out if your home has the right size A/C? Give us a call. We’re happy to help!
Before Calling for A/C Repair, Try These Quick Fixes…
Check Your Thermostat
Before you call us for A/C repair, make sure your indoor thermostat and is set to “cool”. If it isn’t, the A/C is not running and you may merely be running the fan. We know you already know that, but sometimes in life, it’s the things we “know” that go easily overlooked!
Check Your Air Filter
FYI: There’s no standard size for air conditioning filters. You can find the size of yours printed on the side of your old filter. If you frequently forget to replace your A/C filter, then you can have air filters shipped to you automatically from Amazon at a time interval of your choosing (typically every 2-3 months is good).