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AC Repair and Installation

Cooling is an integral part of home comfort during a North Texas summer. A properly maintained air conditioning system will not only provide conditioned air but also works to remove humidity and warm air from within the home. All three functions are necessary for a comfortable environment within your living space.

Is your system down in the middle of a North Texas summer? Not to worry, Texas Energy and Comfort Solutions will service all major brands and all types of air conditioning systems, including standard split-system (typical on most North Texas homes), mini-split systems, and ductless systems. It does not matter who installed it or repaired it last, we are confident that our TECS service team can identify the problem and provide a solution.

  • System diagnostics

  • Refrigerant leak repair and recharge

  • Fan belt replacement

  • Fan blade repair or replacement

  • Electrical repair

  • Blower motor replacement

  • And more!



AC Tune-Up – A residential air conditioning system can run for over 2700 hours during the late spring, summer, and early fall cooling seasons.  We would not expect to operate a vehicle for 2700 hours without preventative maintenance.  A pre-cooling season tune-up will ensure your home remains comfortable and your system operates reliably all summer long.  At Texas Energy and Comfort Solutions, our comprehensive AC tune-up will inspect each AC system using our unique multi-point inspection procedure, including: 


  • Reviewing system for any operating abnormalities


  • Inspecting primary and secondary drains


  • Flushing the drain line


  • Inspecting the condenser coil and clean as required


  • Verifying static pressure for proper airflow


  • Inspecting all filters (will replace at per filter price)


  • Inspecting blower components


  • Testing voltage and amperage draw on all motors


  • Testing of all electrical components, including capacitors and contactors


  • Testing of pressures to ensure proper refrigeration levels

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