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Wyldwood, TX is found in Bastrop County and is home to around 2,505 people. It is 7 miles west of Bastrop and is served by the town's independent school district. Many people choose to move here because of the proximity to big cities, including Austin, Round Rock, and San Marcos. There are ample job opportunities in this region, and there are also many other amenities that make it an attractive place to live, work, play, and raise a family. As such, homeowners here need to know how to properly care for all aspects of their home, including HVAC systems.
While the heater isn't going to get used very often here, the AC surely is. Late spring and summer in Wyldwood can be extremely hot and uncomfortable. The beaming sun raises temps to the mid to upper 90s each day, and this can be unbearable in a home without a working air conditioner. If you have noticed that your unit isn't keeping all rooms and levels of your home as cool as they should be, then you need to get in touch with a trusted ac repair contractor immediately. When you contact us, we can show up fast and diagnose/repair the problem. We have many years of experience working in your community, and we are looking forward to working with you next. We are licensed, bonded, and insured in the state of Texas.
Most homes in Texas have an air conditioner installed in them, and for good reason. A summer here would be nearly impossible to get through without one. As a homeowner, you should have a good understanding of how your cooling system works so that you can more easily determine when there may be a problem.
HowStuffWorks has put together a guide for homeowners to better understand their central air conditioner, how it works, and what types of mechanisms are inside of it that keep it going. An air conditioner works by using refrigerant (Freon) to cool the indoor air in your home. Refrigerants have properties that enable them to change from a liquid to a gas at relatively low temperatures. ACs also have fans that move warm interior air over the cold refrigerant-filled coils. When hot air moves over the cold evaporator coils, the Freon inside changes from a liquid to a gaseous state. To keep the air cooling efficiently, the system has to then be able to convert the gas back into a liquid state, and this is done with the compressor. The compressor puts the gas under a high amount of pressure, and this creates unwanted heat. The extra heat that is created is sent outside with condenser coils. As the gas cools, it's changed back to a liquid and the process starts all over again.
So, basically, refrigerant keeps indoor air in your home cool, it changes from a liquid to a gas, and from a gas back to a liquid, and the cycle continues again and again. There are many important parts to your cooling system, including the: evaporator, condenser, expansion valve, and the compressor. All of these parts work together to send cool air into your home and warm air out where it belongs.
To learn more about how your cooling system works, or to make an appointment for repair work, please feel free to give us a call today or fill out our online contact form. We are here and ready to help you get a cool and comfortable home once again.
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