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Air Handlers Fort Worth, TX

Brown Service Company Repairs & Installs Air Handlers

Air handlers are an essential part of your home or office’s air conditioning system. Usually located in a garage, attic, or closet, an air handler connects to the ductwork, helping to exchange and distribute air throughout the system. It is also possible for an air handler to do this without ductwork. Air handlers typically look like a metal box and contain several working parts.

    Parts of an Air Handler

  • Controls – These handle the functionality of all components
  • Filters – These keep your home or office free of dust & other contaminants
  • Blower/Fan – This is driven by a motor in order to move the air around and typically has several speeds
  • Mixing Chamber – This ensures the proper amount of return, outside, and exhaust air
  • Vibration Isolators – Blowers cause a lot of vibration, so these isolate it to prevent damage of the air handler
  • Humidifier – This makes the air more comfortable when the heat dries air out
  • Heating/AC Elements – This changes the temperature of the air

WHY CHOOSE US

Brown Service Company is a family owned and operated business that has been proudly serving the Fort Worth area since 1952. Therefore, you can expect the very best in customer service backed by over 60 years of experience. It is our goal to employ only the very best Fort Worth HVAC service company and technicians with quality résumés; therefore you can rest comfortably knowing that each technician must pass a detailed background check prior to employment at Brown Service Company.

POPULAR HVAC QUESTIONS

  • How Do I Clean My Air Ducts?

    First, locate all of your home’s vents and clear any furniture, rugs, or other objects out of the area so they don’t get dust on them. After you remove the vent cover, get a vacuum and suck all the dust, dirt, and debris out of the duct. (If the vent is high up or otherwise in an awkward spot, you may want to get someone to help hold the vacuum.) Next, wipe down the inside of the vent with a rag and soapy water. You should also check for mold; if you find any spray with vinegar or mold killing solution and then scrub it away. After you let the duct dry out, replace the cover and put everything back.

  • What Should I Look For When I Am Inspecting My AC Unit?

    As a homeowner, you should routinely perform basic home air conditioner maintenance to ensure that your unit is functioning safely and efficiently. Before you inspect your AC, isolate the power by switching off the breaker.Examine the mechanical and electrical components for potential problems, and take note of any loose wires, corroded contacts, signs of vermin or other red flags. Clean up any noticeable dust and change dirty or clogged filters. Next, listen to your AC unit run.A properly working unit will hum with a consistent tone. If you hear unusual mechanical noises, you’ll probably need to repair or replace your AC.Finally,test your thermostat and check the temperature of the air coming out of your vents.

  • What Thermostat Should I Use For My HVAC System?

    To optimize your home’s heating and cooling system and save on monthly energy bills, find a thermostat that works efficiently with your HVAC system. When used properly, a digital thermostat with programmable controls can help lower your heating and cooling expenses. For maximum benefits and efficiency,look for a thermostat with a precise, well-designed sensor that provides accurate estimates of interior temperatures. Use the controls to program your system to run or shut off at different times of day. With a properly programmed thermostat, you can tailor your HVAC system to minimize energy waste.For example, you can set your system to run in a way that ensures your home is cool when you get home without running the air conditioning constantly when you are out of the house.Ask a professional for an expert opinion on HVAC thermostats available for your system.

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