Tips for Your AC in the Late Summer Heat

September 6th, 2021

September may be the month when summer officially ends, but in Texas it can often have the most brutally hot temperatures. Home air conditioning systems face a tough challenge this time of year: they’ve already put in long hours through the season cooling down homes, and the wear and tear can catch up to them during these last heatwaves. Maintenance for ACs in spring gives them a higher chance of making it through the end of summer without problems. 

But even if you remembered to have AC maintenance done before summer, you may still face cooling problems at the tail end of the season.

In this post, we have some tips for how you can ease the workload on your AC so you’ll have a worry-free close to summer.

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Is Your AC Ready for Retirement? Let’s Take a Look

August 23rd, 2021

You can get a good long service life from a central air conditioning system if you keep up with regular annual maintenance and call for repairs whenever it shows signs of malfunctioning. But the most attentive care for an air conditioner won’t make it last forever. If your AC is more than 10 years old, it’s approaching the point you’ll need an air conditioning replacement in Dallas, TX.

The big question you face is when to replace the AC. We do not recommend you simply let the air conditioner run until it finally breaks down permanently. That not only puts you in an emergency replacement situation, it also means a long stretch where the aging AC will waste power and work poorly. It’s not worth it: you want to replace the air conditioner before the serious decline. In this post, we’ll look at ways to tell that time has come.

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How Your AC Calls Out for Help (Our Help!)

August 9th, 2021

One day, the technology of air conditioning systems will advance to the point where ACs will self-diagnose malfunctions, alert their owners, and even call the local professional HVAC technicians to come solve the problem. We haven’t reached this point yet, so you’ll have to play detective when it comes to noticing your AC’s signals that it needs professional repairs. Of course, you could wait until the AC breaks down entirely—but you don’t really want that. What you want is to catch AC problems early, before they leave you roasting in the summer heat. 

We know air conditioners inside and out, and we’ve put together some common warning signs your AC may send that it needs our help for air conditioning repair in Plano, TX.

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Sign Up for Our Maintenance Plan If You Didn’t Have an AC Tune-Up in Spring

July 26th, 2021

You need to have regular air conditioning maintenance in Dallas, TX done once a year. The summer heat puts immense pressure on an AC system to keep a house cooled down, and without the cleaning, adjustments, and inspections that come with professional maintenance, an air conditioner can give out years too early. And it will have other problems along the way. 

The good news is that maintenance isn’t difficult to have done. It’s one of the basic services we offer at Boone’s Heating and Air Conditioning, and it’s one of the most important because it delivers for our customers in savings, convenience, and all-around peace of mind. All it takes is to join our Energy Savings Agreement and we’ll take care of maintenance for your air conditioning system and your heating system each year.

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Check Out Our Blog for Advice on All Things HVAC

June 1st, 2021

Be sure to bookmark the Boone’s Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. blog to start learning the ins and outs of HVAC.

We’ll regularly post energy saving tips, how-to’s on troubleshooting your systems, and breakdowns on even the most complex industry related terms and concepts.

Need help now? Send us a message or get in touch today.

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Welcome to Our New Website

June 1st, 2021

iMarket Solutions has launched Boone’s Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. new custom website. To learn more about how iMarket Solutions can expand your presence on the web visit:

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