Your air conditioners can do several things––keep your home’s indoor air cooler than outdoor temperatures, help to keep indoor airborne allergens at bay, and help keep your home’s humidity low. But what about mold?
If the noise your air conditioner is making is unusual or is different from its regular hum there are a few things to consider. How would you describe the unusual noise that your unit is making?
At Montgomery HVAC, we believe that knowledge is power: The more you know about the appliances you are using, the more effectively you can operate them.
What is the difference between an air conditioner and a heat pump? Read more from Montgomery HVAC to find out.
Ductless air conditioning systems can be the perfect answer for that room that’s never quite cool enough: Read more to find out why.
There are many different names of heat pumps, but they can all be categorized as one of three different types: air source, water source or geothermal. So what is the difference between them?
Keeping up with the recommended annual maintenance saves you money long term by spotting potential needed repairs. Read more to learn what to expect when your technician completes a maintenance appointment.
AC systems are like cars – the more you know, the better you can take care of them. Let’s look at a few things about your air conditioner that you may not know.
A well maintained AC unit, with yearly inspections and monthly filter changes, can last up to 10 or 15 years. So how do you know if you need repairs for your unit or if you need a replacement?
Spring is the perfect time to get your commercial HVAC system tuned up. As your heating systems winds down, this in between time provides a well deserved break in the action for your heating and cooling systems. Neither is overworked in the milder in-between weather....
Montgomery HVAC Service Company services Allen, Fairview, Frisco, Lavon, McKinney, Murphy, North Dallas, North Garland, Plano, Richardson, Rockwall, Rowlett, Sachse, Wylie, and the surrounding Texas communities with their heating and cooling needs. Visit our service area page for more coverage details, call us at 972-442-5171, or request service online today.