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AC Condensing Units

Condensing Units Fort Worth, TX

Condensing Unit Repair & Installation

Condensing units, also known as condensers, provide a home or office building with cool air as part of an air conditioning system. They are also often used for water basins and refrigerators. As the main component of your central heat and air system, it is crucial that your condenser be running at its highest efficiency. That’s where our Fort Worth company comes in.

Our AC technicians are highly skilled and able to assist in condenser installation, repairs and maintenance. We offer maintenance programs and AC inspections annually to be sure your unit is working properly for the cooling season. There is no need to remain uncomfortable in your own home. If your unit is over 10 years old, let our friendly contractors help you choose a new condensing unit that fits your needs.

For condenser installation, call 817-284-9204.

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

  • 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.

  • Home Air Conditioning System Installation, Repair or Service

    As a home owner in Texas, your air conditioning system is your biggest ally when it comes to your comfort during the summer months. Basically, your home is your retreat as temperatures rise and the well-known hot days of summer arive. And a good reason to make sure you enjoy the summer for all its other benefits is to ensure your home air conditioning system is running at optimal levels, has been checked or serviced and determined whether it’s time to replace it and increase your energy savings before summer hits.

    Your reliable air conditioning service company, Brown Service is always on the job to make sure you stay cool and comfortable while saving on energy costs as much as possible. That’s why Brown Service Company provides quick, efficient service on regular A/C system checks, regular maintenance and even emergency service. Our Fort Worth based company has been in business since 1952 providing homeowners and businesses in Fort Worth with a trusted source for certified air conditioning service, repair and installation.

  • Why is My Air Conditioning Unit Freezing Up?

    A frozen AC unit indicates a problem. There are some common reasons for air conditioners to freeze up, but the best way to identify the issue is through a troubleshooting procedure. Freezing often occurs on older units that have been improperly maintained. Restricted airflow over the internal components, caused by dust buildup and clogged filters, can prevent an AC unit from absorbing heat efficiently. Condensation trapped along the internal components can freeze to the unit. Leaking refrigerant lines or internal damage to the working mechanical components can create pressure zones that lead to freezing conditions. While it may be possible to simply flush or clean the system to restore functionality, you should always call a qualified HVAC expert for a professional air conditioning diagnostic service before you attempt to diagnose or solve the problem on your own.

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