It seems electric heaters fail more often toward mid to late winter in the gulf coast area and while I don’t have the exact reason why, I suspect it’s due to the colder weather causing longer run times which in turn could cause the components that may be on the edge of failure, to finally … Continue reading Heating System Repairs
Choosing the right A/C system for your individual needs is not a “this or that” decision. Many factors should be considered before focusing in on the best solutions to what may seem like a complicated matter. At AirVantage we understand how important it is to have a brief chat about each individual homeowners needs before … Continue reading Would you like a vanilla or a chocolate cooling system?
League City, TX homeowners with an a/c system needing repair should consider replacing their old a/c and electric heating system with the NEW American Standard Platinum Series heat pump system for energy savings that really add up.Over the average life of the heat pump system this energy saving can be double the initial investment meaning it … Continue reading The Heat Pump – Cooling and Heating That Pays For Itself!
When you have a heating system failure, the last thing you want to hear is “We’ll have to order that part for you” when all you want to be is warm again. While no one can anticipate every part needed, AirVantage carries a wide variety of parts right there on our service trucks so chances are we … Continue reading AirVantage Gets The Job Done The 1st Time With Fully Stocked Trucks…
Servicing your a/c every preseason is an important step to helping your air conditioning system last as long as possible. Servicing regularly, will almost certainly help head off problems before they become bigger troubles. Simple things such as rinsing out the outdoor units cooling coil and testing the refrigerant level are part of our normal … Continue reading Simple Tips To Help Your A/C Last Longer Than Your Neighbor’s.
When the temperature reaches 70 degrees or more this Thursday turn on your cooling system to a low enough setting to run it for about 5 minutes. That ought to be long enough to see if it’s going to work or if you’re going to need service this coming season. While we always recommend a … Continue reading This Thursday is Regional “Turn on your A/C day”