HVAC & Air Conditioner Repair in Grand Saline, TX
HVAC Contractor Near You! Serving Grand Saline & Surrounding East Texas Areas.
At Walker Heating & Cooling, our specialty is heating and cooling systems.
We offer heater and air conditioning repairs, installation, and maintenance.
All of our technicians have their North Texas Technician Excellence certification, so you can trust that we’re equipped to answer all your questions about HVAC in Grand Saline, TX.
Will a new AC system make my home more energy efficient? +
It certainly can! The Department of Energy reports that replacing an old air conditioning system with a modern AC unit can lower your energy costs by as much as 40% on your electricity bill.
Beyond new air conditioning installation, there are a few steps you can take with your current system to achieve the greatest efficiency.
- Change your air filters regularly every 60-90 days.
- Use ceiling fans more and your AC less.
- Turn down your thermostat when you’re not home.
What’s the best way to extend the life of my air conditioning unit? +
- Change your air filters regularly.
This not only saves you energy costs, but it also improves your air quality and extends the life of your air systems.
- Adjust your thermostat when you leave the house.
By turning the air up in the summer and down in the winter, your unit can work less to regulate the temperature while you’re away.
- Invest in regular maintenance.
Our maintenance plans are $189 a year, and they can help extend the life of your HVAC in Grand Saline by decades. You won’t have to remember to call us to check in because we’ll reach out to schedule your appointment. If you ever need AC repair, we’ll give you 10% off your service.
Why do I need an indoor unit and an outdoor unit? +
Sometimes our customers are confused about what we call the Split System. When you talk about central air condition or a heat pump, it’s this Split System with two units.
To put it very simply, the indoor unit is pulling heat from your home, and it circulates outside to the condensing unit, which uses a fan to dispel the heat.
It’s recommended that you install and replace both central air conditioners at the same time, so they are both under warranty at the same time.
Why do I need an AC system instead of a window air conditioner? +
Room air conditioners are typically installed in the window and will cool down the room that they’re in, but they aren’t powerful enough to cool large spaces. They also cause uneven room temperatures, since it will be cold near the unit, and warmer as you move away.
Central air conditioning is more of an investment up front, but it will cool your whole house easily and last for many years, with only an affordable monthly energy bill to pay moving forward.
What does HVAC mean? +
HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. It’s an acronym that covers the full range of heating and AC services, including:
- And maintenance
Walker Heating & Cooling is the most trusted HVAC company in East Texas. Call us today to schedule your service call.
Why Choose Walker Heating & Cooling?
Technicians Trained In-House
All of our technicians perform ongoing training, and are NATE certified. They also have factory training to ensure that your job is completed correctly every time.
We arrive for our appointments when we say we will, and as an added bonus, you’ll get a text or call on the day of service to remind you we’re coming.
Your Safety is Our Priority
Because we value your security, you can expect to receive a photo of your technician before they arrive.
If your heating or AC fail after hours, don’t sweat it. We have 24 hour emergency services.
From the time you call, we can send a team member to your property in Grand Saline in 24 hours or sooner.
Fully Equipped Team Members
We only hire professional staff members who will be punctual, prepared, and courteous.
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AC Repair & HVAC FAQS
How much does HVAC service cost?
Our basic service calls start at $89.00 per hour. Most service calls require about 2 hours.
And if you’re considering purchasing a new system? Our technicians can replace your furnace, ac unit, or your entire heating and cooling system, usually within a day.
Prices for a new system start at $5,000.
Do I need a new unit?
Possibly. But let’s not jump to conclusions.
First, let one of our experienced technicians look at your system.
Often, we can add years to the life of your furnace, heat pump, or central air conditioner with a few repairs. That way you don’t have to pay for a new system.
However, we will also do our best to explain how much longer your unit might last. That way you can weigh the pros and cons between an AC or furnace replacement cost versus repairs.
If you need a new unit installed, our air conditioning and furnace installers will help you choose the most energy efficient option for your home.
Whether you need a new unit or a simple service call, our goal is to
- Improve your home’s air quality
- Decrease your utility costs
- Increase your system’s cooling power
- And make your unit last at least 15 to 20 years
Is a preventative maintenance plan worth it?
Absolutely! We stand by our HVAC maintenance plans.
Starting at just $185 per year for each unit, you get two system tune-ups annually. Not to mention, you get a 10% on all services from Walker Heating and Cooling.
With a maintenance plan, our technicians check on your system regularly. That means they are often able to identify small problems before they become much larger problems.
We’ve saved our customers tens of thousands of dollars in service by addressing small issues with their systems before it gets worse.
How do I know if my AC unit needs to be serviced?
Some of the top signs that your HVAC system may need to be repaired are:
- Your cool air keeps getting warmer over time
- Your system is leaking
- You’ve noticed bad smells coming from your system
- Your unit is making strange noises
If you experience any of these problems or any other issues that concern you, give us a call. We can be at your home by tomorrow.