HVAC Troubleshooting Tips

May 20, 2020

In this article, we are going to outline three HVAC troubleshooting tips for common problems you may experience. These are also issues that you may be able to fix yourself. 1. HVAC Wear and Tear This is one of the most common HVAC problems you can face. If you’re noticing that your unit has not been performing as well as it used to be, it may be due to wear and tear. This can occur even if you have your unit regularly serviced. What we can

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Things To Know About Carbon Monoxide in Your Home

May 10, 2020

Carbon monoxide is a colorless, tasteless, and odorless gas. It can affect any home in San Antonio, TX, and its surrounding areas. It results from the combustion of fuels, such as charcoal, propane, gasoline, diesel, and natural gas. Exposure to carbon monoxide gas at low levels can make you feel sick, and at higher levels, it can lead to death. Here is what you need to know about carbon monoxide in your San Antonio-area home. What Carbon Monoxide Is Carbon monoxide is a gas consisting of one carbon molecule and one oxygen molecule. It is a

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How HVAC Has Changed Our Lives: HVAC Benefits

May 1, 2020

Due to modern technology, running an HVAC unit is easier, more efficient and safer than in the past. Everyone at Beyer Air Conditioning & Heating in San Antonio believes these advances are instrumental in saving you money and ensuring a comfortable, relaxing home. Read on to learn more about how modern HVAC systems have changed our lives for the better. Smart Sensors Ensure an Improvement in Efficiency One of the biggest technological breakthroughs in HVAC technology is smart sensors. By activating your unit, these sensors ensure more efficiency. You’ve most likely seen many different types of smart sensors. A

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8 Air Conditioner Maintenance Tips

April 20, 2020

Keeping your air conditioner well maintained brings many benefits. For example, you’ll be able to ward off costly repairs. Furthermore, a properly maintained air conditioner will save you money on energy and work better for more years. You’ll be able to go much longer before you have to purchase a replacement. However, most homeowners neglect periodic AC maintenance services and only call a technician when the system is not working. If you want to make sure that your HVAC is operating at optimum efficiency, especially during the hot seasons in Texas, you need to follow a scheduled

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How Often Should I Have My Indoor Air Quality Tested?

April 11, 2020

The quality of your indoor air plays a significant role in your health and overall well-being. The presence of strange odors, aggravated allergies and various pollutants are some of the common signs indicating that your indoor air quality has deteriorated. Here at Beyer Air Conditioning & Heating, we offer professional indoor air quality services. So, how often should you test the quality of your indoor air? This will depend on a few factors and any signs of bad IAQ you notice. Strange Odors in the Home If you’ve lived in your home for some years, you’re

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Benefits of Ductless AC Systems

April 1, 2020

You may have heard of ductless air systems or units that can be used in your home, but you may not know much more than that. Ductless air systems are HVAC units that heat or cool rooms without using ductwork to relay the air. People often use them to cool rooms that need additional cooling or heating and in houses that may not be conducive to having ductwork installed. Beyer Air Conditioning & Heating has been installing these ductless systems for homeowners in San Antonio and the surrounding areas for many years, and our experienced technicians can have your system up and running quickly.

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Outdoor Air Pollution’s Effect On Indoor Air

March 19, 2020

We work hard to keep our homes clean and free of pollutants, but the reality is that we don’t live inside of a bubble. Pollutants from the outside world can easily enter your home and move into your ductwork in addition to the heating and cooling system. Once that happens, the pollution is trapped in a closed loop where it will circulate throughout your home at higher and higher concentrations. When outdoor pollutants build up inside your home, it can seriously reduce the quality of the air you and your family breathe day in and

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Should I Repair or Replace my Furnace?

March 10, 2020

There’s nothing homeowners would love more than having a furnace that runs smoothly and efficiently for the rest of time, but, unfortunately, that’s just not realistic. Heaters don’t last forever, and even the most robust units will eventually succumb to old age or wear and tear. However, that doesn’t make it any easier to know when it’s time to repair your furnace or replace it. While no two heaters are made alike, this article will help to shed some light on what kind of service your unit needs. Whether you need to repair your furnace or

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Ways to Extend the Life of an HVAC System

March 1, 2020

The cost of a new HVAC system could run thousands of dollars. That’s why the average homeowner won’t jump at the chance to replace a heating and cooling unit. However, the day will come when doing so will be unavoidable. How close or how far off that day remains depends on several factors. You don’t have to perform any special magic to extend the life of a heating and cooling system. Following several simple tips could do the job. Here are a few helpful steps to consider. Prepping for Catastrophic Events If a

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Home Comfort Resolutions for 2020

December 26, 2019

Looking for more efficient airflow and energy use from your indoor air system? We’ve got four ways to help you step up your game in 2020. Use one or more to see a reduction in home energy costs and repairs. 1. Update or Become Obsolete Systems that were installed more than 10 to 15 years ago can’t compete with the equipment being built today. Manufacturers have made sweeping changes that help improve overall system efficiency no matter the season. Older units that still use R-22 refrigerant will become more costly to maintain and eventually

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