Air Conditioning

Air Conditioning service.
Air Conditioning service.

Burris Mechanical Group has a team of licensed professionals ready to install or service your next air conditioning (AC) unit in Grapevine, TX, and all the surrounding areas.

We are a proud York and Coleman dealer, two of the finest names in the heating and cooling industry. Do you have a different model? No problem! Burris Mechanical Group services and repairs all AC and furnace brands, offering up-front pricing, convenient financing, and 100 percent customer satisfaction.

Check out our Google reviews to see what our customers say about us! So much of our work comes through word-of-mouth referrals—we want to build lasting relationships with every customer. Call us today for a free consultation about your next HVAC project.

Air Conditioning Basics

You probably already know this, but your AC doesn’t actually create cold air.

Instead, it removes the heat from your Grapevine home.

Air conditioners use a chemical called refrigerant to remove heat and transfer it outdoors. The warm air runs through the lines and coils in your unit, converting from liquid to gas and back again.

During this process, the refrigerant removes the heat and transfers it elsewhere so that when the air comes out the other side, it is cool. Your AC repeats this process until your home reaches the target temperature set on your thermostat.

The four main components of your air conditioner are:

  • Condenser: The condenser is the outside metal unit. It releases the heat outdoors in a safe manner.
  • Compressor: The compressor is inside the condenser. It circulates the pressurized refrigerant, to concentrate the heat, and changes the gas from low pressure to high pressure.
  • Evaporator Coil: The evaporator coil extracts heat from your home.
  • Expansion Valve: The expansion valve controls the amount of refrigerant in your system.

Why is my air conditioner freezing up?

Inadequate airflow is one of the more common reasons why you might find ice buildup on your AC equipment. Check the air filter, evaporator coil, and air ducts to ensure they are clean and unobstructed—and then try to run your system. Give us a call if the problem persists.

Why is my air conditioner blowing warm air?

Several possibilities include a dirty air filter, faulty thermostat, low refrigerant, condenser problems, or even leaky air ducts. After checking your air filter and thermostat settings, give us a call if you still have no cold air.

Air Conditioning Installation and Replacement

Nobody ever wants to replace their HVAC equipment unless absolutely necessary. We always want to get the most value from our investment.

That does not mean waiting until your system breaks down, however.

Your system might turn on and off, but only a professional with the right tools can determine how efficiently your equipment operates. A short-cycling system, for example, will cost you more in utilities and cause your parts to wear down quickly.

Here are a few signs it is time to replace your AC:

  • Your system is over 15 years old and no longer protected by a warranty.
  • Your system cycles frequently
  • You have high energy bills
  • Your system breaks down frequently
  • You have uneven cooling throughout your home

What is a good SEER rating?

The term SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. It measures how much energy your air conditioning system uses to operate. The higher the SEER number, the more efficiently your air conditioner will run. An ENERGY STAR® qualified AC must have a 14 SEER rating or better.

How Much Money Can You Save With a New Air Conditioner?

Our SEER2 (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio 2) energy savings calculator can help determine how much you could save on your utility bills. Simply enter your current unit’s SEER value and compare it to a newer, more efficient SEER2 unit. You can even customize it to better match your home’s system for a more accurate calculation.

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Air Conditioning Repair

Burris Mechanical Group specializes in air conditioning repair for homes and businesses in Grapevine, Grapevine, and all the surrounding communities. We offer 24/7 emergency repair services, and we put everything in writing! 

Here are some indicators your AC system needs repair:

  • You hear odd noises when it runs
  • Warm air is blowing out the vents
  • Your energy bills have gone up significantly
  • Your system does not turn on right away
  • The airflow coming through the grilles is weak

Ignoring a small issue—such as an odd smell or noise—can easily turn into a costly repair or complete replacement. Call Burris Mechanical Group right away if you suspect a problem with your system. Our licensed technicians can quickly diagnose and address the issue, saving you money in the long run.

Air Conditioning Maintenance

Your AC unit needs an annual tune-up in the spring or early summer to deliver the best performance. A thorough inspection and professional cleaning help reduce the risk of a costly repair or inconvenient breakdown.

Join our maintenance plan to take advantage of discounts, priority service, friendly service reminders, and other perks. Let our team worry about maintaining your HVAC system so that you can spend time enjoying the better things in life! 

Here are a few of the jobs a technician needs to perform on your AC:

  • Inspect for and replace broken parts
  • Measure refrigerant levels for leakage
  • Clean evaporator coils, fins, and condensate drain
  • Check all the electrical connections
  • Lubricate the motor and other components
  • Check the blower components
  • Inspect all visible ductwork

Enjoy peace of mind knowing a trusted professional is watching over your HVAC equipment. Call Burris Mechanical Group today to learn more about our maintenance agreements and how we design them to fit your budget and needs.

Call Your AC Professionals Today

Burris Mechanical Group takes all the worry out of caring for the air conditioning system in your Grapevine, TX, home. Schedule a free consultation today. Call us at 214-310-0361 or request service online.

Need Air Conditioner Service?

Contact the experts at Burris Mechanical Group.

Call us at 214-310-0361!