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817-685-0042 10728 S. Pipeline Rd. Suite G
Hurst, TX 76053

If AC Repairmen Made Predictions

We’re used to the weather folks giving us a heads-up about what’s going to happen during the day – you know, something along the lines of, “Most parts of Tarrant County will see a few showers this morning, but sunshine returns in the afternoon as highs in the upper 90s.”
 
But if you’re holding your breath that your air conditioning system will hold out for another summer, you’d probably do well with a report along these lines: “The morning will start off calm but strange noises coming from your air conditioning system will indicate that you’re going to have some real problems staying cool in the afternoon as highs head into the high 90s.”
 
Obviously, our service technicians don’t make predictions like that, but even so, we do know a lot about how air conditioning systems work and how the effects of time impact their performance and leave them vulnerable to poorly timed repairs.
 
If you’d like to know how well your air conditioning system is going to perform this summer, we’ve got some guidance that could be very helpful. How to Predict Your Next Air Conditioning Breakdown.
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