Best A/C and Heating Services in Arlington
When you need reliable service on your heating or cooling system, you can count on the experts at Comfort Masters. Our company offers prompt repairs and quality installation services for residential and commercial customers in the Arlington area. Our team consists of skilled technicians with years of experience in repairing, maintaining, and installing HVAC systems. No matter what kind of service your system needs, we’ll make sure it’s done right and on schedule.
From emergency repairs to installation of energy-efficient HVAC units, we do it all. Our technicians at Comfort Masters have experience working with a wide range of HVAC system models and parts, including heat pumps, central air conditioning systems, electric furnaces, and gas furnaces. We also offer ductwork repairs, replacements, and installations as part of our HVAC services, which helps ensure that your home or business maintains a comfortable temperature all year long.
A/C and Heating Unit Installation and Repair in Arlington
Having your air conditioner or furnace stop working is a frustrating experience, but Comfort Masters is here to fix it for you quickly. Whenever you need repairs at your home or business in Arlington, call us up, and we’ll be there as soon as possible. Our technicians can also install a brand new HVAC unit for you to improve your energy efficiency and lower your bills. From central air conditioners to heat pumps, air handlers, and furnaces, we have the knowledge and skills to do a proper installation or provide prompt repairs.
At Comfort Masters, we also offer replacement services when you have HVAC equipment that just can’t do its job anymore due to wear and tear or sudden damage. In addition, we can replace or repair your ducts as needed to ensure that you can maintain a clean and steady flow of heated or cooled air throughout your home or business.
Comfort Masters’ Commitment to Great Customer Service
Comfort Masters Heating & Air Conditioning has been providing outstanding HVAC services for residential and commercial customers in the Arlington area since 2003. Throughout the years, managers Stephen P. Moore and Jesse I. Roberts and our team of highly skilled technicians have worked hard to ensure that each and every customer is satisfied with the service we provide.
Our commitment to providing superior service shows in the online reviews that we have received. Our technicians have been thanked for how quickly and expertly they have handled all kinds of HVAC problems, including air conditioning breakdowns in the middle of July. Other reviews mention how much more comfortable their home is with a new HVAC system installed. The Better Business Bureau has given Comfort Masters an A+ rating and accreditation, and we are also proud to have received the 2017 Superior Service Award from Angie’s List.
Living in Arlington
Arlington has a population of close to 400,000 people. The city’s proximity to major cities in the area makes it a convenient place to live, especially for those who need to commute. Dallas is just 21 miles away via I-30 E, and Fort Worth is even closer at 15 miles away via I-30 W.
Residents of Arlington can enjoy plenty of attractions without ever having to leave the city’s borders. Families can enjoy thrill rides at Six Flags Over Texas or cool off on giant water slides at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor. Flight Deck Trampoline Park also offers excitement, while Texas Rangers Golf Club provides a great course for practicing golf swings. Residents who love arts and culture can attend performances at Arlington Music Hall, view paintings and sculptures at Arlington Museum of Art, and explore the past while spending time in nature at Village Creek Historical Area.
For those who want to help keep Arlington in excellent shape, there are plenty of volunteer opportunities to consider. Some of these include Parks and Recreation, Animal Services, and Public Library. Residents can also join local Boards and Commissions, such as the Landmark Preservation Commission, the Community Relations Commission, or the Citizens’ Environmental Committee.
If your home or business needs service for air conditioning or heating problems or if you need a new HVAC system, contact Comfort Masters Heating & Air Conditioning. We offer dependable installation, repairs, and other HVAC services for homeowners and business owners throughout the Arlington area.
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Don N. - Arlington, TX
This is a long review...sorry about that.We've always had issues keeping our house cool through the summers, even though our house is smaller in square footage. 9 years ago we replaced our entire system. For the last 9 years we have continued to struggled to keep our house cool through the summers. We've tried adding insulation, a radiant barrier on 2 main walls in the attic, energy company to seal up doors etc. We've done everything. We got back from a staycation and found it was even warmer than normal in our house (79 degrees and 99 outside). We called Comfort Masters based on their reviews, hoping for the same results the reviewers got.I cannot tell you how glad we are for calling this company. The tech, Bobby, came out to look at our system. We've had probably 5 other companies come out throughout the last 9 years, and none of them made any improvement. Bobby hooked up his equipment and thought it was one of 2 things. The second option was a compressor. Before going that route, he felt it may be an issue with the inside unit, and wanted to be sure before going the expensive route, and thank goodness he did. He found a problem that had not been caught in 9 years, by at least 5 other companies. A part was installed incorrectly, by the initial installers, that was inside the unit in the attic. Bobby was thorough, checking inside and outside units and took the time to explain to me details on what he was seeing and why he was doing what he was. In the end, it was a little more than I was hoping to pay, HOWEVER....After 9 years of struggle, finally solved the mystery with our AC system, and it was worth EVERY PENNY. When you want and get quality, it's worth it. Our house now cools during the Summer. I was so happy that we made progress that we even got a service plan THAT DAY. That's what happens when you know how to actually fix equipment and treat your customers right; we end up doing more business right back. 🙂Thanks for sticking with it, being knowledgeable, and resolving something we've suffered with for so long. Comfort Masters is lucky to have talent like this on their team. I will recommend them to anyone I know needing help in their service area.
Donna - Arlington, TX
He was amazing and he was very polite. He fixed our condensation drain & fixed it where I can do it next time. Saving me future service calls! Thank you for the integrity, rarely seen these days.
RDB - Arlington, TX
I'll call Bobby again if I need AC service.
Nancy - Arlington, TX
Very efficient. Explained everything
Tricia - Arlington, TX
Fast Friendly Service
Amber - Arlington, TX
Awesome service and price!
Tim - Arlington, TX
Technician Bobby fixed the problem, explained the options very well. I learned a lot watching him work. We had a blown capacitor and low Freon. He didn’t try to sell me a new system. He worked fast and kept everything clean and tidy. I will ask for Bobby the next time I need service! Honest, affordable, fast and friendly.5 star
Great service, no feeling of being “upsold”
Connor - Arlington, TX
Geno was knowledgable and happy to spend time explaining the issues and solutions.
Dave - Arlington, TX
Great service, awesome technician, great customer service from the tech and the office.
Richard - Arlington, TX
Replaced motor quickly - now we're ready for summer
Recall/ came out due to system not cooling again, client believes it is the float switch. Upon arrival turn the thermostat on into the cooling mode, and found that nothing happened. Checked float switch, float switch was empty. Checked low voltage and found that the thermostat was receiving 24vac but was not sending it. Pulled thermostat off the wall then bypassed thermostat and system started right up and began cooling. Spoke with client about different options of thermostats and client has decided to go with the Trane 824 thermostat. Installed thermostat, set up thermostat to the system, registered thermostat with Nexia, showed client features of thermostat and how to get to the different features. System is operating per manufacturer specifications.
Came out to perform Quality Check on clients brand new Amana system, performed QC by checking motors, voltages, amperages, refrigerant charge, wiring, staging, settings, overall seal of system, overall cleanliness of install, filter, etc., etc.. while performing QC found that the filter access has a little bit of mastic sealant on it that would not allow it to open, was able to get it open and made sure that it was able to open and close, also found that the filter was covered in dust and paint, so I pulled filter out and explained the dangers of running system while renovating floors and painting the walls with sprayer, left old filter for client so that they could size filter, also explained that where the filter is labeled a 20x20x4, that the actual with is 3 3/4” and that they need to pay attention to that when purchasing a filter. Also spoke with client about the air scrubber air purification system about the perks that it provides for in home living, as well as the recommended ma
Came out to perform prepaid AC maintenance, performed maintenance by checking motors, voltages, amperages, filter, drain line, float switch, delta t, capacitor, contactor, refrigerant charge, wash out outdoor unit with water hose, etc., etc.. system is operating well within manufacturer specifications please see checklist for details. Also brought client 2 filters 20x20x4 and then replaced existing filter.
Came out due to upstairs was not cooling well, upon arrival performed service checklist by checking motors, voltages, amperages, drain line, filter, delta t, capacitors, contactor, refrigerant charge, etc., etc.. while performing checklist found that the insulation in cabinet was falling down onto evap coil and blower motor housing, used sure stick and metal strap to secure insulation to cabinet. System is now operating per manufacturer specifications. Please see checklist and pictures for details.
Came out due to main living area not cooling, upon arrival performed service checklist by checking motors, voltages, amperages, filter, drain line, float switch, capacitors, contactor, refrigerant charge, etc., etc.. while performing checklist found that compressor was not running, after further investigation found that the capacitor was reading 0 of 30, replaced 30mfd compressor cap and 5 mfd fan motor cap with 1 30/5 dual capacitor. Started up system in the cool mode system started right up and began cooling, please see checklist for details. System is operating per manufacturer specifications.
Came out due to system not cooling well, upon arrival performed service checklist by checking motors, voltages, amperages, filter, drain line, delta t, capacitors, contactor, refrigerant charge etc., etc.. while performing checklist found that system had a delta t of 10 degrees and the liquid line was cool, upon arrival to outdoor unit system was operating at 2° Superheat and 1° sub cooling and the evaporator coal saturation temperature was at 60°, went to head and perform pump down test and system pump right down into condensing unit, wall system was pumped down went to head and checked piston and found that it was the right size for the size of the unit but that it was installed backwards, turned piston around and installed it correctly, replaced o ring, released charge into system and started system up, added 2 lbs 410a refrigerant, system is now operating at 13.2° superheat and 6.4° sub cooling with evaporator coil temperature of 48.5°. Also found that capacitor was reading 30 of 4
8-07-2020, Upon arrival I was asked to look at the thermostat to verify if it works properly or not in heat mode. Put thermostat off the wall and tested it. Tested OK. Pull wires from behind thermostat and jump those wires out to verify heating works properly. Put wires back in place and thermostat back on the wall and tested in heating four times to verify system is not with intermittent issues. Ran system long enough to get the new smell out of the heat exchanger. Continued with my quality inspection on the cooling side. upon arrival I was asked to look at the thermostat to verify if it works properly or not in heat mode. Pool thermostat off the wall and tested it. Tested OK. Pull wires from behind thermostat and jump those wires out to verify heating works perfect properly. Put wires back in place and thermostat back on the wall and tested in heating four times to verify system is not with intermittent issues. Brandt System long enough to get the new smell out of the heat exchanger.
Came out due to water leaking from unit, upon arrival found that primary drain line was clogged in p trap,reformed drain line clean out by pulling drain line off the unit and then using water spicket to flush drain line, also due to the way Trane made this primary drain line, went ahead and repiped float switch to make it lower than the primary drain pan to make sure that next time the primary drain line clogs it will trigger float switch.
6-29-2020, diagnose system had failed and set an appointment to discuss replacement. 6-30-2020, Don discussed replacement of equipment And system was installed. 7-07-2020, Performed quality check on new system installed. Verified 18° temperature split across the coil, 10° superheat, 8.3° sub cooling, 123 psi on the low side, 326 psi on the high side, system looks nice and clean. Great job guys! Return system back to normal use. Thank you
Came out to check out unit due to it not be able able to keep up when it’s 100° outside, upon arrival performed service checklist by checking motors, voltages, amperage, capacitors, drain line, float switches, filter, contactor, delta t, refrigerant charge, etc., etc.. while performing the checklist found that just a couple of seconds in the attic that it was excruciating heat, went ahead with checklist and found that system is operating per manufacturer specifications. spoke with client about proper ventilation in the attic and just so happen to notice that his next door neighbor has already had that battle, and has already had vents cut in the soffit and a motorized vent on roof. Also let client know that we could upsize the tonnage but if we did that it would have to be at least a staging unit so that we would not whined up with humidity issues.
Came out to perform prepaid AC maintenance on clients 1yr Trane XV20 system, upon performed maintenance by checking motors, voltages, amperages, drain lines, float switch, surge protectors, Reme Halo air purification system, drive, refrigerant charge, washed out outdoor unit with water hose, etc., etc.. While performing maintenance checklist found that the drain line seemed to have a small clog in it due to water on vent side was a little high then water after p trap, went ahead and performed drain line clear out and then flushed with bleach to help break down any left over debri. Please see maintenance checklist for details, system is operating per manufacturer specifications.
Came out to perform maintenance on clients 1yr old system, upon arrival performed maintenance by checking motors, voltages, amperages, drain line, float switch, filter, clear sky air purification, delta t, capacitor, contactor, refrigerant charge, surge protectors, washed out outdoor unit with water hose, etc., etc.. Please see maintenance checklist for details, system is operating per manufacturer specifications. Spoke with client about our maintenance membership program and client has
Came out for warranty blank thermostat, upon arrival found that thermostat was blank due to float switch was triggered due to clogged primary drain line, performed primary drain line clean out, felt and heard clog give way and then the water drain thru line, informed client that I order to make sure there is not a lot of residue contaminates in drain line that for the next few days to pour 1 cup of bleach in the drain line everyday.
Came out for downstairs not cooling, upon started to perform service checklist by checking motors, voltages, amperages, capacitor, contactor, refrigerant charge, etc., etc. while performing check list found that dual capacitor (45/5) for outdoor unit had failed, replaced it with client approval. Once capacitor was replaced reapplied high voltage and found that compressor was out in thermal overload, went ahead and washed down compressor with water hose until it came out of thermal overload (10 once I was able to get compressor out of thermal overload reapplied high voltage and system started right up and began cooling, the checked the charge of system and found it to be low of 410a refrigerant. Gave client options and client has chosen to just add refrigerant at this time, with the understanding that just adding refrigerant does not come with a warranty, Weighed in 5 lbs of 410a refrigerant and system is now operating at 4° sub cooling and 10° superheat. System operating per manufact
6-10-2020, arrived on site and was asked to look at the upstairs unit. When I put the thermostat in the fan on position I heard the fan motor humming. I then shut off the unit and verified the capacitor had failed. After approval I replaced the capacitor and tested system operation. Found system was slightly low on Freon. Added 1 pound of 410 a Freon to achieve a 20° temperature split across the coil. 12° superheat with 10° sub cool. Checked and verified all capacitor functioning properly compressor is slightly worn showing signs. Blower motor is OK condenser fan motor is OK. System is now functioning normal. Thank you