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HVAC Maintenance | Air Conditioning Service

Daniel Reichert - Monday, September 26, 2016

As the leaves begin to fall and the days get shorter, it will soon be time to prepare your furnace or other heating system for cold weather. With autumn HVAC maintenance, you can be assured it is ready for cold weather. Contact Garland Heating and Air Conditioning today to schedule professional heating and air conditioning service for your system.


Heating and Air Conditioning Service

Contact Garland Heating and Air Conditioning professionals to schedule a system inspection and tune-up before winter arrives. Heating equipment is a leading cause of home fires, and taking the time to schedule annual heating and air conditioning service of your HVAC system can identify problems early, and assist in preventing fires, while ensuring its best performance.

Remember to stock up on filters and change them every month for the best efficiency. In addition, if you are considering ways to save energy, consider installing a programmable thermostat.  Our NATE certified technicians provide a comprehensive maintenance service. Our technicians’ attention to detail during routine maintenance ensures the optimal performance, highest efficiency, and the longest possible life span for your heating and air conditioning system.

The furnace is designed to last a long time, but eventually time and wear will take its toll on even the best maintained systems. When this occurs, it is time for furnace replacement. If the existing furnace is using excessive energy, making unusual noises and requiring furnace repair every season, it is time to consider replacement. Our certified technicians can provide the furnace installation that you need.

In addition, during heating and air conditioning service, applicable components will be lubricated, worn parts are changed, electrical components and connections inspected, adjustments are made and more. Best of all, once our comprehensive service is complete, the system will provide the highest performance possible and increased reliability. Schedule your home’s HVAC system for expert heating and air conditioning service now from Garland Heating and Air Conditioning professionals.

Since home heating costs are a major part of your energy bill, it simply makes sense to maintain the furnace to the highest efficiency possible. The advantages of a well maintained system can also provide a long lasting system requiring fewer repairs. You will find Garland Heating and Air Conditioning places you, your comfort and your safety and satisfaction as our top priority, and that is why you can rely on our services to be the best available. We take pride in our work, and want your system to run better than it ever has, whenever possible. We can assist in ensuring better performance when we provide a complete inspection, tune-up and repair if required during annual heating and air conditioning service.

Garland Heating and Air Conditioning NATE certified technicians adhere to the highest industry standards for the best possible heating and air conditioning service available. Furthermore, the expertise of our technicians’ includes the training, knowledge and experience with most major brands for reliability you can trust. Contact us today to schedule autumn HVAC maintenance. We serve Dallas, Plano and the surrounding areas, and are a member of the BBB with an A+ rating.    

Thermostats| Heating and Air Conditioning

Daniel Reichert - Friday, September 23, 2016

Digital vs. Programmable Thermostats

Thermostats control the home’s heating and air conditioning system, and by extension the climate within the home. When considering a new thermostat, specifically non-programmable digital or a programmable thermostat the following facts and features can assist you to decide:


Programmable Thermostats

Programmable thermostats can assist you in the goal to conserve energy and save on energy costs. As the name implies, they can be programmed to fit your schedule, eliminating wasteful energy loss when no one is home. As a result, the thermostat can be set to save energy while you are away at, on vacation or away for a weekend. The programmable thermostat can save the average home 20% on the cost of energy.

Available features include information screens that provide detailed information about the status of the system. In addition to basic information such as indoor temperature, programmable thermostats can provide reminders to change the air filters, alert you when there’s a problem with your heating and air conditioning system that needs attention, provide energy reports, and other features depending on the model and brand.

WIFI enabled programmable thermostats are the next generation in home control, offering remote access, integration with security, lights, notification of thermostat adjustments and other features.

Recommended Temperatures

During the waking hours, the recommended temperature is 68 degrees in the winter and 78 degrees in the summer. These temperatures will assist you in remaining comfortable, while saving energy dollars. During the winter, when family members are away, setting the thermostat to 65 degrees will save even more money. Furthermore, for every degree you adjust the thermostat, you will save an additional 1%. However, during the winter when you are away, don’t adjust the thermostat below 55 degrees to ensure that the pipes won’t freeze.

Digital Thermostats

Non-programmable thermostats or digital thermostats control the temperature in the home. They can be used to conserve energy, although all the adjustments to temperature will have to be provided for manually. 

Whether you choose a programmable or digital thermostat, always talk to your HVAC technician before purchasing. Your heating and air conditioning system may require a specific type of thermostat for maximum efficiency and performance.

Thermostat Repair and Installation

As with any other device, the thermostat will eventually require replacement.  When a problem occurs with the system, the thermostat is one component that may be the cause. Garland Heating and Air Conditioning can provide the thermostat repair, replacement or other heating and air conditioning repair in Plano, TX that you require. Our expert technicians offer emergency HVAC service 24 hours a day, and 7 days a week.

Deciding on a non-programmable digital thermostat versus a programmable thermostat isn't a difficult decision once you have set your goals. However, modern thermostats of either kind may be beyond the average homeowner for a self-installation. A poor installation can affect your heating and air conditioning system and its performance. Contact Garland Heating and Air Conditioning for a professional installation and the industry expertise you can rely on.  Our NATE certified technicians serve Dallas, Plano and the surrounding areas. We are a member of the BBB with an A+ rating. 

Furnace Replacement | Air Conditioning Installation

Daniel Reichert - Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Warning Signs it’s Time for a New Furnace

When winter arrives, you count on the furnace for a comfortable home. Being aware of the potential warning signs of a failing furnace ensures a new one can be installed before winter arrives. With cooler weather soon to be arriving, homeowner’s will be testing their furnace and scheduling maintenance with their HVAC technician. When firing the furnace up this fall, the following are primary indicators that it is time for furnace replacement. Garland Heating and Air Conditioning can provide the professional heating and air conditioning installation that you require.


Increased Energy Bills

An elevated energy bill is one of the primary signs that the furnace may be failing. As furnaces age, they lose efficiency, especially if they have not received professional maintenance. If energy bills were higher last winter than in previous years, contact a Garland Heating and Air Conditioning technician for an inspection, evaluation and potential repair or furnace replacement.

Increasing Repairs

When the furnace has required repair more than once during the last two years, it is a typical sign that wear and tear has taken its toll, and reliability is lost. Professional furnace repairs can assist to extend its lifespan, although considering the lost efficiency and declining reliability of a worn and aged furnace, furnace replacement is often the best choice. Garland Heating and Air Conditioning professionals can provide the heating and air conditioning installation that you require.

Unusual Noise

It is not uncommon for the furnace to make unusual noises near the end of its lifespan. Unusual sounds include popping, banging, squealing, and rattling. A worn out furnace may also run excessively as it struggles to provide the demand, increasing energy costs. These are signs that the furnace should be replaced soon.

Your comfort is our top priority, and is why annual maintenance is encouraged. A well maintained furnace provides a higher efficiency and reliability. However, even furnace maintenance can only go so far when it is time to replace a worn, inefficient furnace, whether alone or with complete heating and air conditioning installation.

Homeowner’s and businesses alike can rely on the unbiased opinion of our certified professionals. After inspecting and testing the furnace, our technician will provide an honest opinion regarding the condition of the furnace, and what you can expect from it, if not replaced.

Our HVAC technicians are NATE certified, meaning their knowledge and experience extends beyond the level required. NATE certification means the technicians are tested to ensure the best professional quality HVAC services available, with a higher level of training and expertise. In addition, our technicians adhere to the highest standards of the industry in all our heating and air conditioning services.

Garland Heating and Air Conditioning guarantee your satisfaction, and offers the highest quality equipment available for your home or business heating and air conditioning installation needs. Give us a call for a free estimate on furnace replacement. Our dedicated technicians serve Dallas, Plano and the surrounding areas. Garland Heating and Air Conditioning is a member of the BBB with an A+ rating.