Alltek Services Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Belton’

3 Ways to Boost Your IAQ This Season

Monday, January 25th, 2021
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With extra days ahead still to be spent in our homes, it is important that we do our best to ensure our comfort. Or rather, it is a good idea to work with us to make sure that your home comfort is as optimal as possible.

One factor that is going to play a large role in your comfort is going to be the quality of the air in your house. You wouldn’t want to spend an extended period of time somewhere that held too much dusty air and triggers your allergies. It makes sense that you’d want to prevent your home from becoming this kind of dusty, irritating environment.

As we said, we are here to help with this. We have some great systems that can clean up the air in your home so you can breathe easier no matter how much or how little your spend time indoors.

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Tips To Ensure Your Comfort Through The Rest of Winter

Monday, January 11th, 2021
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The holiday season may be over but wintertime is far from done. We still have a while before the cool temperatures give way to the warmth of spring and summer. And that means that we still need to ensure that our heaters are in working order.

There are a few different ways that you can help your heater accomplish this goal. We’ve listed several tips here for you to consider so that you can get the most out of your heater until the weather starts to warm back up.

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Is Something Wrong With Your Ductwork?

Monday, July 13th, 2020
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There are so many parts involved in keeping your home cool during summer that it can be hard to keep track of them all. That’s what we are here for though–keeping tabs on your AC system’s internal workings and keeping them on track.

One of those many parts involved in keeping your AC running and your home cooling intact is maintaining your ductwork. While we know that your ductwork might be out of sight, it shouldn’t be out of mind at all. After all, without your ducts, there is no way to deliver the cool air that your system produces.

Here’s how to tell if something is up with your ductwork so you know when you contact us for assistance with your HVAC services in Belton, TX.

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Yes, Short-Cycling is a BIG Deal

Monday, May 4th, 2020
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Is your AC turning on, then off, then on again? Is it doing so every few minutes? If so, then you’ve definitely got a problem on your hands! This is called “short-cycling” and it’s a big deal!

Below, we have explained exactly what short-cycling is and listed some of the issues that can cause it. All you need to do is keep reading to find out more, and, of course, remember to call us when you need AC repair in Belton, TX.

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Get Those Ducts in a Row with a Good Cleaning

Monday, April 20th, 2020
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Your ductwork is incredibly important to the overall operation of your HVAC system, so of course, you don’t want to take it for granted! That means scheduling the services that your ducts need to work as efficiently and effectively as possible!

One of the services that we think are essential to the overall performance of your ductwork, as well as your HVAC system, is duct cleaning. In fact, we have listed the benefits of this service for you down below! All you have to do is keep reading to find out more, and of course, remember to call us for your AC services in Belton, TX.

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Is it Time to Breakup with Your AC?

Monday, June 17th, 2019

We get it: breakups are hard, especially when you think about all the good times you’ve had. However, letting go of your air conditioner is sometimes the best way to go — don’t worry though, we are here for you!

Replacing an older, outdated air conditioner with a new, high-efficiency model is beneficial for a number of reasons. Fortunately, there are plenty of signs that suggest it’s time for a replacement, and below, we have listed some of them for you. All you have to do is keep reading to find out more. And remember, it’s not you, it’s your AC.

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