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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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Be Cost-Effective Through Energy Savings

Be Cost-Effective Through Energy Savings

If you’re looking for a way to shave costs at home, look no further than energy savings you might be able to achieve with your air conditioning system. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, cooling and heating your home account for about half of your energy use each year. Everyone knows it’s easy to…

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The Importance of Evaporator Coil Maintenance

The Importance of Evaporator Coil Maintenance

The evaporator coil of your air conditioning system is the part that actually cools your home’s air. Located near or inside the air handler that also houses the blower fan, the coils contain a very cold refrigerant that absorbs heat from the warm air passing over them. The resulting cold air is blown directly to…

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Beyer Boys Valentine’s Day Flower Drive

The Beyer Boys Closes Office for a Love-Filled Tradition Every year on February 13th, we close our office and dedicate the day to spreading love and joy by making beautiful flower arrangements in celebration of Valentine’s Day for employees, family, friends and a handful of customers. This annual tradition has been going on for the…

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HVAC Considerations for Home Remodels

HVAC Considerations for Home Remodels

As you plan to move forward with your home renovations, it’s a good idea to bring your HVAC professional into the process with you. The comfort of your home and your energy bills will likely be affected by the plans you have in mind for the project. Overall Considerations Exploring your options for the HVAC…

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Proper Kitchen Ventilation for Thanksgiving Cooking

Proper Kitchen Ventilation for Thanksgiving Cooking

Hosting Thanksgiving dinner at your San Antonio home means that your stove and oven will be working hard. This can make your kitchen and the rest of your home feel stuffy and uncomfortably warm for you and all of your guests. Knowing more about proper kitchen ventilation can help ensure that your home stays comfortable…

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Fixing Uneven Cooling in Two-Story Homes

Fixing Uneven Cooling in Two-Story Homes

Is your two-story home suffering from uneven cooling? You’re not alone. It’s not uncommon in the summer to have a ground floor that’s cool and comfortable while your upstairs is sweltering. Read on to learn more about these noticeable temperature differences. Why Is Your Second Floor Too Hot? Your air conditioning system should cool your…

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Reasons Your A/C Freezes in the Summer

An A/C freeze during hot summer weather is never a good sign. A “freezing” central air conditioner refers to excessive ice formation in the evaporator coil. Sealed within the system air handler, the evaporator coil circulates refrigerant that extracts heat from household air passing through the coil passageways. Normal coil operating temperature is around 40…

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HVAC Needs: What Goes Into Your Load 

HVAC Needs: What Goes Into Your Load 

Many homeowners spend time online searching for the right HVAC system for their homes, but it takes a local HVAC pro to address the HVAC needs unique to your home and family. Doing research ahead of time helps you make a more educated decision. However, nothing can replace the insight and tools a professional offers,…

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Fall Air Quality Concerns and Considerations in San Antonio

Fall Air Quality Concerns and Considerations in San Antonio

Although San Antonio appears to have been spared flooding from Hurricane Harvey’s widespread rain bands, we were watchful as we usually are during these events, since our city is no stranger to floods. Heavy precipitation brings problems in many forms besides water damage, however. Air quality concerns such as mold are among them. As late…

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