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Is It Time to Upgrade to a New Air Conditioner?

With the hot weather in the San Antonio area, a good air conditioner is a necessity for a comfortable home. At Beyer Heating & Air Conditioning, we specialize in making sure that the AC units of our customers keep running. However, even the best air conditioner will need to be replaced over time. There are…

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What Should I Do About My Rusty Air Conditioner?

rusty air conditioner

Rust isn’t a common HVAC problem, but it does happen, particularly in humid areas. Salt and moisture in the air can corrode the condenser coil on your outdoor unit, causing it to break and ultimately need replacement. It’s a serious problem if left unchecked. However, if you catch it early, there are steps you can…

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What to Know About Balanced Ventilation

Balanced ventilation

Balanced ventilation remedies indoor air quality issues without the drawbacks of standard one-way ventilation methods. Fresh outdoor air is often in short supply in today’s tightly air-sealed, energy-efficient homes. Often, the indoor environment stagnates as fumes and airborne particulates accumulate. Exhaust-only approaches that merely pull air out of the house depressurize the premises, sucking unhealthy,…

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Ways to Fix Poor Airflow

Poor HVAC airflow

Poor HVAC airflow is the culprit behind a variety of system shortfalls and unexplained malfunctions. Adequate airflow from the A/C or furnace all the way through the entire span of household ductwork is among the most important parameters that ensure efficient, effective cooling and heating. It’s also a prime suspect when this doesn’t happen. If…

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Signs Your A/C Drain Line is Clogged

clogged A/C drain line

Your air conditioner pulls moisture from the indoor air as it cools your home. The moisture cools and drips into a condensate pan. It then travels through the drain line, which is a pipe that runs from the indoor evaporator coil to the outside of your home. Without proper maintenance, the drain line can clog…

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Summer HVAC Hints to Beat the Heat

summer HVAC hints

July in San Antonio. Those words can fill even the mightiest with dread. How do you stay cool in the blazing heat? Is your A/C ready to take on the load? Here are some summer HVAC hints to make sure your system is prepared to keep your home comfortable this season. Fans Running ceiling fans…

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What’s the Best HVAC System for a Multifamily Home?

What's the Best HVAC System for a Multifamily Home?

Multifamily housing developers have to make countless critical initial decisions, one of them being the types of HVAC systems to install. Peak energy demand, system sizing, efficiency, and cost are some of the obstacles they’ll have to overcome when weighing the available options. Let’s make your life a whole lot easier by giving you some…

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Your Home Energy Efficiency Guide

Your Home Energy Efficiency Guide

It’s probably not news to you that increasing home energy efficiency will result in increased savings on your energy costs. But did you know that even if you seal those noticeable drafts around windows or doors, you’ll still not realize the considerable cost savings that a truly energy-efficient home provides? Your home also loses energy…

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Your Guide for Fixing Cold Spots

Your Guide for Fixing Cold Spots

When the summer months kick in and you’re desperately trying to cool off your home, do you discover cold spots in certain areas? This is a problem many homeowners deal with due to uneven air flow, so we thought it’d be a good idea to show you how easy fixing cold spots can really be.…

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Why is Your Thermostat Reading the Wrong Temperature?

Why is Your Thermostat Reading the Wrong Temperature?

Does your home feel significantly hotter or colder than what the thermostat actually says? The display says the house is your ideal temperature, but it clearly isn’t. You’ve checked the settings and the batteries, and everything seem fine – except your thermostat is reading the wrong temperature. Here are a few possible reasons why, and…

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