We know that in Texas, good air conditioning is more than just a luxury – It’s a critical support system. That’s exactly why Texas Pride should be the first call you make when your AC needs repair. We serve the entire Dallas-Fort Worth area and can get your cooling system up and running again fast. With over 30 years combined experience, our company can keep you cool and comfortable during the hottest months of summer.
When you hire Texas Pride Heating and Air to repair your AC, we’ll make sure to have a conversation with you so you understand what we are repairing. After we diagnose your air conditioning problem, we will educate you and offer at least three options for the repair. We will also communicate with you any other potential issues with your system and options for properly maintaining it so that it works efficiently longer. We take our time, and never use shortcuts when it comes to taking care of your heating and cooling equipment. That’s why we always inspect the entire system, every time.
When inviting techs into your home or business, you want to make sure they are people you can trust. We’re proud to have techs that are loved by our customers online, check out our Google reviews! This is a result of always using high ethics, being thorough, and providing value to our customers on every single call.
It takes just picking up the phone and dialing our number to experience how the best heating company in the Dallas-Fort Worth area operates. Thanks for Choosing Texas Pride Heating and Air.
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Repairs always include inspecting the follow components of your air conditioning system:
Refrigerant is the fluid that keeps the air in your home or business cool. It serves as a vehicle to remove heat from the inside and transfer it outside.
A compressor is essential to keeping the refrigerant pressurized and operable.
Placed in the outdoor unit, the condenser coil takes the hot, pressurized refrigerant and contains it to prevent the heat from remaining in your home or business.
The opposite of the condenser coil, the evaporator coil helps the refrigerant take the hot air from inside your home or business and contains the cold air inside.
The expansion valve moves the refrigerant from its hot, pressurized state to the cooling effect we all love. This also acts as a means to control how much refrigerant is being used.