ASAP AIR Air Conditioning and Heating is a reputable AC and Heating contractor in Houston Heights. We are a family owned and operated heating and air conditioning company offering top-grade customer service in the Greater Houston, TX area. Get in touch with us for our competitively priced services.
Call our experts if your air conditioning or heating system requires service. Our technicians will make the necessary adjustments, repairs or replacement. Whether it’s a residential or a light commercial system, we provide services for both.
We strive to deliver award winning AC and Heating services in Houston. All our technicians are factory-trained and certified. ASAP AIR Air Conditioning and Heating conducts a thorough (DPS) background check on each employee.
No. If an air conditioning system is installed properly, the refrigerant should not leak out. But, if you are are having your system ‘topped off’ every year, there are chances of having a bad solder connection in the refrigerant piping or a problem in the condensing unit or evaporator coil.
It’s a good thought to cover the top portion of the condensing unit. It will help keep out the leaves and other debris. However, it’s best if you only cover the top half of the unit. It will leave some room for your unit to ‘breathe’ and also prevent condensation.
No, it does not matter if the unit is not level, the operation of the air conditioning system will not be affected. However, if the refrigerant piping or electrical wiring is supporting the unit, this is definitely a problem and changes should be made immediately.
Set the thermostat to a temperature that makes you feel comfortable. Find a comfortable setting and don’t adjust it. It takes a long time to rid your home of heat. If you have a programmable thermostat, use the “Hold” mode during the summer.
We recommend that you get your AC serviced every year before summer arrives. Regular maintenance helps your system to function effectively and efficiently.
YES! If your furnace comprises a standard 1″ filter, change it once a month, especially when it’s a high performance filter like the 3M Filtrete® type. If you have a media air filter (i.e. Spaceguard or Honeywell), change the filter once in every six months or at the least once a year. For an electronic air cleaner, wash the cells and screens once in every three months.