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The ductwork in your home moves heated or cooled air from one room to another. With all that time in transit, it's key to make sure you have the right number of returns to keep air moving. Systems with too few returns often have lower pressure, leaving hot air to sit in cool ducts or cool air to sit in warm ducts.
Adding air returns optimizes pressure and moves air swiftly from room to room. This will lower your energy bill, keep your system running longer, and keep your house at the right temperature. Save money and stay comfortable with added returns.
Air conditioners also dehumidify the air to create a comfortable environment. And that water has to go somewhere. Up to code systems should be fitted with a kill switch to turn off the unit, if there's any overflow. Unfortunately, not all units are up to code. And even if they are up to code, unexpected accidents happen.
We recommend a ceiling saver kit for any unit not located on the ground floor.
Ceiling saver kits include:
Condensate pumps remove used water from HVAC systems. This water is often infused with chemicals, dust, microbes, and other contaminants. This is not water you want recirculating. A condensate pump:
Looking for a way to extend the life of your heating and cooling system with our blistering summers and freezing winters? Compressors nearing the end of their working life drain more power when they kick on. This costs you money and adds wear and tear to your compressor. The less expensive fix: an easy start kit. Easy start kits help your overworked compressor.
Our expert technicians can assess your current system and see if an easy start kit may give your aging HVAC system extra life or improve energy efficiency.
Texas ranked #2 in the country for lighting strike-related insurance claims in 2019. The Insurance Information Institute (III) also shared that Texas was tied for most lightning-related deaths in 2019. What does this mean for you? If you live in our service area, you should consider a surge protector and lightning arrestor to protect your home.
A lighting strike won't just damage the laptop, tablet, or TV you have plugged in. A major lightning strike near your or on your home can ruin appliances, start electrical fires, and ruin your home wiring. The III's average claim amount in Texas for lightning-related damage is over $15,000. Save yourself the time and stress by protecting your home or business with a surge protector and lightning arrestor!
I have been a customer for years and am so pleased with every aspect of the way Kevin Hart runs his business. The customer service is exceptional, their work has always been quality work, and he gives me different options to solve my heating and air conditioning problems to fit my budget. I highly recommend this company!
Hart installed two HVAC systems in my home and seven HVAC systems in my business. Their knowledge of HVAC systems gave me confidence. I recommend them with the utmost confidence.
Hart's logo states, "We specialize in service." I can verify the accuracy of the statement. Their service is always prompt, friendly, dependable and fair priced. Hart is an excellent service company.
Wondering about basic cost or how appointments work?
Hart Heating and AC will travel to any surrounding Lubbock community. In fact, much of our business comes from small-town people like you.
Hart heating and AC offers comprehensive diagnostics and full repair service 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with most calls attended to the same day. Call us now at (806) 795-1207. We'll be on your doorstep in no time.
We work with Enerbank, our trusted business financial partner. Through Enerbank, you can apply for a loan to pay for any repairs. To get started, contact us for a free estimate.
Our fees are simple, upfront costs lined out by a technician or sales representative. With no strings attached, you can receive a free estimate by calling 806-795-1207.