Have you been relying on your AC system without regular maintenance and minor repairs because you haven’t found the right air conditioning service company? You’re not getting the best efficiency, performance, or reliability without regular air conditioning service from us at One Hour Air Conditioning & Heating of Dallas for your Dallas, TX climate system. You’ll find that our air conditioning service meets and exceeds your expectations, and our experience helps when you have questions about your air conditioning service such as repairing or replacing your older system, adding air quality components to improve your home’s comfort and air breathability, and making repairs to resolve developing issues during your annual maintenance, instead of at less convenient times during the summer. After over three decades of service, we know how to get the most out of your AC system with wise system care.
We’re Well-known and Trusted in Dallas
Since 1988, we’ve been providing expert air conditioning service in Dallas and the surrounding area, keeping our customers’ systems purring and cooling their homes, even in the heat of a North Texas summer. You’ve probably seen our air conditioning service vehicles traveling to homes for repair, maintenance, and installation visits, maybe arriving at your neighbor’s! With decades of customer loyalty and dedicated service in appreciation of those we serve, our air conditioning service team handles aging AC systems to keep them on track, and installs new, carefully designed systems in new construction and as replacement AC systems for homeowners who want to invest in new, highly efficient AC technology.
Our Punctuality Shows Our Commitment
We spend a lot of time and effort developing our services, planning our service strategies, training our team of carefully selected technicians, and delivering our skilled diagnosis and repair services. We’ve been refining our company’s operation since 1988, and we’ve stayed focused on one value over the years in particular: punctuality. It’s our way of showing the way that we operate, with much of it happening behind the scenes as we stock our vehicles and prepare for your call, and the delivery begins with our timely arrival at your Dallas, TX home for an air conditioning service call.
Emergency Repairs Keep You Cool and Relaxed
When your air conditioning system shows signs of trouble, either because it’s not cooling or the air’s not circulating, or signs of developing trouble such as squealing fan belts and noisy compressors that need urgent care, our emergency air conditioning service is the right call. Ice on your evaporator coils inside, creatures building nests outside and disrupting operation, and other curious issues also cause homeowners to give us an emergency call for quick diagnosis and correction. The outcome is simple: you get cool.
Air Conditioning Service from Certified, Highly Experienced Dallas, TX Technicians
Whether maintaining your AC system, providing routine repairs, tune-ups, and noisy fan motor replacement, or responding quickly for emergency AC repairs, our Dallas, TX air conditioning service team provides the benefit of their years of experience, advanced training, and ongoing company classes in diagnosis, repair methodologies, and emerging AC technologies. They’re the people who have been giving our company such as good name for so long, and we’re proud to send them to your home for professional AC care. With great skills, clear diagnostic vision, and a vehicle well-stocked with the equipment and parts they need for most routine and emergency repairs, when our customer service team responds to your call, they send the best.
AC Installation Customized and Planned for Your Specific Needs
Our air conditioning service team can design an AC system that’s perfect for your new construction or existing home, sized to meet your home’s needs. We can divide up your air distribution using zoned duct systems, use add-on features to manage indoor air quality, and include intelligent thermostats for each zone or smart home compatible thermostats. For homes with in-law apartments, home offices, sunrooms, and other spaces that could benefit from AC that’s independent of your central air, we have ductless mini-split systems that combine an outdoor unit with small, unobtrusive cooling through a wall-mounted or floor-mounted device or one that fits in a drop ceiling, directly fed, typically available for up to four independent spaces from one outdoor cooling unit that works much like a heat pump. We can also provide energy-saving enhancements like duct insulation, especially for ducts passing through attics and other hot spaces.
Indoor Air Quality Care for More Breathable Air
We have a large selection of indoor air quality add-ons and other comfort enhancements that can give you a new experience with air conditioning, more like you experience in carefully engineered commercial buildings with humidity control, HEPA air filtering, air purification, even germicidal UV lamp treatment to neutralize pathogens so they don’t proliferate in your ducts and your home’s air. These devices attach to your duct system, and humidity management, which consists of humidifier and dehumidifier features, can be operated by a thermostat that includes hygrometer-based humidity control. If members of your household are sensitive to dry air, humid air, allergens, or air pollution which can be even worse indoors where air typically just circulates, these features can be especially helpful.
Humidity Control Is About Comfort and More
Humidity control helps breathing, skin condition, and comfort, but it’s also important for items in your home from valuable books to elegant wood furniture, even your floors, trim, plants, and other things that are moisture-sensitive. High humidity presents a risk of mold growth, especially in enclosed, cool areas where condensation may form and can damage paper and cause wood to warp. Dry air also causes warping in wood and can keep moisture-sensitive plants from thriving. If you find that you’ve been moisturizing more at home when the AC is in use, this might also provide a more natural alternative by adjusting your air to the EPA recommended 30-50 percent relative humidity.
Specialized Thermostats Add Convenience, Energy Savings, and Adaptable Control
Beyond simple temperature setting thermostats, many homes now use setback thermostats that automatically change the desired temperature based on a daily clock cycle. Intelligent thermostats and smart thermostats take the automatic adjustment even further, with more complex settings and even features that learn what your favorite settings are, and adjust accordingly without anyone having to get the manual out each time you want to make a change. Of course, there are many options for smart home-based thermostat control, and our air conditioning service professionals can provide the appropriate installation for these sometimes confusing devices that specify wiring that can go wrong, and even possibly damage the AC system control unit that supplies power to the thermostat. Don’t forget humidity control, and multiple thermostats in appropriate locations to manage individually ducted zones.
Duct System Care and Cleaning
If you look inside your duct system after a few years, you’ll be surprised at the accumulation of dust, dirt, allergens, pet dander, and other materials. In some homes, this can add up to a felt-like layer that significantly reduces that available space for air to circulate through the ducts, and also releases material back into the airflow from time to time. Other materials that add to the mess include airborne chemicals, even cooking grease, and pathogens such as bacteria that thrive and multiply on the organic material. That last issue is one reason why UV lamp treatment is so helpful, as it blocks pathogen multiplication. Our air conditioning service offers whole-house duct cleaning, typically scheduled every few years, which also allows us to inspect your duct system for leaks and damage that can affect airflow and proper air pressure, and also lets us identify any damper door flow control points that aren’t functioning correctly. If you look at your vents and air intakes or check your air filter during monthly replacement, you’ll see signs of what is gathering in your ducts every day.
Zoned Duct Systems
Most older AC installations provided a single duct system that supplies the whole house with air conditioning, with each room receiving its share of cool based on balanced airflow. Problems such as blocked vents can unbalance your cooling, resulting in strange effects such as not enough cooling in the room where the thermostat is located, and an AC system that pushes to get that room cooler while dropping other rooms to arctic temperatures. Zones use separate air handling systems to distribute cool to individual areas of your home, such as the living room area, basement, and bedrooms, with separate thermostats and ducting for each one. This not only gives you more control over your comfort and less chance of unbalanced airflow affecting the whole house, but it also saves energy by allowing you to only cool where you need it, rather than the whole house. That in turn gives the central AC system a break, which can result in longer life and fewer emergency repair visits from our air conditioning service. A great time to switch to a zoned duct system is when you’re having a replacement AC system installed by our air conditioning service.
New AC Technology Experts
Have you heard about two-stage compressors and their benefits? What about hybrid heat pumps, geothermal heating and cooling, and other home heating and cooling technologies? We can provide information on which of these our air conditioning service provides to our customers, how they work, and the benefits they offer. For example, two-stage compressors provide a more flexible way to cool your home. Instead of always using the full resources of your AC system to quickly cool your home and also to provide additional bursts of cooling to sustain the temperature, these units can quickly cool, then switch to a lighter-duty mode for temperature maintenance, offering energy savings, less wear on the compressor, and fewer blasts of cold air that can sometimes be uncomfortable.
Maintenance for Renewed Efficiency and Anticipating Repair Needs
One important way to avoid emergency AC repairs is to start with an annual maintenance visit before the cooling system begins. Over the winter your AC system may have accumulated dust, dirt, and blown-in material that tends to reduce the efficiency of the heat transfer coils and even disrupt the mechanical functions of the unit. Small animals also sometimes make nests in idle AC systems, damaging materials inside the unit and causing disruptions to the unit’s operation. After a proper cleanout, we’ll also check the status of motors, cooling fans, electric control systems, your compressor and refrigerant, and connections to your home, looking for any damage, making sure the refrigerant line to your house is insulated, and securing the enclosure if needed. Inside, there’s more cleaning to do starting with the evaporator coils, the condensate drain, and of course a fresh air filter along with a quick training session if you like so that you can perform monthly filter replacement that makes a big difference and can prevent many emergency AC repair calls for problems as diverse as air circulation issues and coil icing. If we find any components that are marginal and likely to need service in the summer, upon your approval we can make the repairs at a more convenient time, and we usually have the right parts in our vehicle for quick service. After AC system maintenance, you’ll feel great about turning your thermostat to cool for the summer, knowing your system has received a thorough maintenance update.
Our Expert Air Conditioning Service Keeps You Reliably Cool in Dallas, TX
One Hour Air Conditioning & Heating of Dallas provides reliable, responsive air conditioning service so you can count on your AC throughout the Dallas, TX summer. We invite you to schedule annual maintenance to ensure that your system is in top shape, with any identified repair needs proactively completed to avoid emergency service later. Keep our number handy for repairs, and call us when you want to discuss new AC system installation for your new construction or as a replacement system. We look forward to your call and the chance to serve.