Best A/C and Heating Services in Burleson
Comfort Masters offers the most reliable A/C and heating services in the Burleson area. Keep that in mind the next time you need emergency repairs or when you’re thinking about replacing your old HVAC system with a newer one. Anytime you need us, our team can come out to your home or business to install a new system, make repairs, or perform routine maintenance.
We strive to provide customers with affordable heating and cooling services in the Burleson area. No matter what type of HVAC system you have, our technicians can get it fixed, maintained, or replaced at a price that’s within your budget. Heating and cooling services aren’t all we offer; since the air ducts in your home or business are also an important part of your HVAC system overall, we also can also do ductwork installations and repairs to help keep you comfortable all year long.
A/C and Heating Unit Installation and Repair in Burleson
When you live or own a business in the Burleson area, you shouldn’t have to go without heat or air conditioning when temperatures outside are extreme. Fortunately, you can depend on our HVAC technicians to come to your home or business promptly and complete repairs as quickly as possible. When it’s time for you to invest in a new heating and cooling system, we can also take care of installation.
If you have outdated equipment that isn’t able to function right, the experts at Comfort Masters can replace it for you. Our technicians will make sure that you have the updated HVAC equipment you need to help your home or business in Burleson feel comfortable.
Comfort Masters’ Commitment to Great Customer Service
Getting HVAC service from Comfort Masters means that you can expect to receive exceptional care, no matter what problem you’re having. Our company has taken great pride in providing residential and commercial customers in Burleson with dependable heating and cooling services for years. Managers Stephen P. Moore and Jesse I. Roberts started Comfort Masters in 2003 to help homes and businesses in the area stay cool or warm as needed.
Thanks to the exceptional care we provide, we have been accredited and given an A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau. Angie’s List also awarded us with the Superior Service Award in 2017 for the quality of care we offer. In addition, our customers have let others know how they felt about our services through online reviews. These reviews contain a lot of praise for our hardworking and dedicated technicians who always arrive on time and use their expert skills to install, repair, and maintain HVAC systems.
Living in Burleson
Around 46,145 people live in Burleson, and that number is expected to keep growing. Residents here can easily reach Fort Worth, which is just 15 miles away via I-35W N. Dallas is about 45 miles away via I-35W N and I-30 E, while Arlington is about 25 miles away via I-35W N and I-20 E.
Burleson has plenty to offer residents, including outdoor recreation and great local dining establishments. Those who make their home here can head to Hidden Creek Golf Course for a round or two of golf. Residents can dine on Southern home cooking while listening to live music at The Porch, or go to Grumps for burgers and fried pickles.
Residents who are looking for ways to volunteer can find opportunities with Animal Services and Burleson Recreation Center. Local Boards and Commissions – such as the Charter Review Committee, Park Board, and Animal Shelter Advisory Committee – also look for members from time to time.
Looking for a reliable heating and air conditioning company to service your home or business in the Burleson area? Contact Comfort Masters Heating & Air Conditioning. We’ll take care of all your HVAC needs, including A/C installation, furnace repairs, and ductwork replacement.
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Honest and knowledgeable!
Pepper - Burleson, TX
From the beginning of the service call Matt was very professional and thorough. He is very knowledgeable and did a great job of explaining my options and the issue with my system. It was a very good experience overall and I would recommend him and Comfort Masters if you need HVAC repairs and maintenance.
Stacy - Burleson, TX
Michael - Burleson, TX
Bobby Aderholt & Tricia were GREAT!
Sylvia - Burleson, TX
Tricia is always so friendly and helpful, she is a pleasure to talk to.Bobby Aderholt was very knowledgeable, thorough, and friendly too. Would request AND recommend him again.
Lee Ann Moore - Burleson, TX
Bobby is so respectful, informative, knowledgeable and efficient! Thank you for sending him our way!!!
Fast and Professional Service!
Michelle - Burleson, TX
Kasie - Burleson, TX
Superior Customer Service
LeeAnn - Burleson, TX
Comfort Masters is the only company for heating and A/C we would trust! Period! We just had our winter service completed by “Bobby” who was very professional, informative and not rushed! I loved that he made us feel as if he had no other pressing work but ours in that he took the time to explain in detail what he had done to service both the inside and outside units and he made great suggestions on ways we could get the best performance from our system. We found Bobby to be knowledgeable and respectful. Thank you Comfort Masters and Bobby!
Ashtyn - Burleson, TX
Helped discover the problem very quickly and came up with a solution.
Chris - Burleson, TX
Evaporator coil leak on Lennox
11-18-2020, arrived on site today to perform a quality check on system that we installed last week. This is an Amana system, 16 seer heat pump. Made some adjustments to verify heat kit was functioning properly with 36 A, 1.65 A for the blower motor, temperature split and temperature rise good. Adjusted indoor TXV for proper charge, verified system functioning properly and cooling and in heat pump mode. Returned thermostat back to normal Settings. Thank you For giving us the opportunity to serve you.
11-18-2020, arrived on site today to perform a quality check on system that we installed last week. This is an Amana system, 16 seer heat pump. Made some adjustments to verify heat kit was functioning properly with 36 A, 1.65 A for the blower motor, temperature split and temperature rise good. Adjusted indoor TXV for proper charge, verified system functioning properly and cooling and in heat pump mode. Returned thermostat back to normal Settings. Thank you
11-18-2020, Arrived on site to verify why unit was calling for heat while in cooling mode. Found defective thermostat under parts warranty only. Replace the XR 624 thermostat for an XR 724 thermostat. Went through the Settings and programmed it for heat pump two stage. Signed customer on with our standard club maintenance. Contacted next year tech-support to try and set up Wi-Fi settings. We found out that there might be issues with their AT&T set up. Verified Thermostat does control regular heat pump, electric heat, and cooling. Performed first of two maintenance on the system. Performed the fall maintenance. Verified system does have a 48° temperature rise. No other issues with the system. Return t-stat back to normal use. Discussed search protectors with Wes and Mary. They are not interested at this time. Discussed search protectors with Wes and Mary. They are not interested at this time.Thank you
Came out due to blower motor will not shut off, upon arrival performed service checklist by checking motors, voltages, amperages, filter, delta t, drain line, capacitor, contactor, refrigerant charge, etc., etc.. While performing checklist found that the condenser coil was pretty dirty, spoke with client about bumping system up to a maintenance and client agreed. Washed out out door unit with water hose. Cycled system on and off three times and was not able to get blower motor to rein act issue and issue never presented itself. Educated client on our maintenance membership programs and client has chosen to go with our silver maintenance membership. System is operating per manufacturer specifications.
Came out due to new condenser fan motor (installed by someone else) is getting hot and then shutting down, which then whined up tripping breaker, upon arrival performed service checklist by checking motors, voltages, amperages, filter, delta t, drain line, capacitors, contactor, refrigerant charge, etc., etc.. while performing checklist found that according to data plate on condenser fan motor it needed a 15uf capacitor, and that the capacitor that was installed was a 20uf capacitor. Replaced capacitor with a 15uf and started up system, system I was operating with an 18° delta T with 76° coming into the system and 58° leaving system. Also found that compressor was pulling 18.2A of 18.3RLA, recovered just a little bit of refrigerant and was able to get compressor Amps down to 17.2, but that suction saturation temperature was reading 37° with the temperature in the house being at 76°, this indicates that the evaporator coil is clogged, so client does need to pay attention to suction line
Warranty/ came out due to fan not spinning, upon arrival performed service checklist by checking motors, voltages, amperages, drain line, delta t, capacitor, contactor, refrigerant charge etc., etc.. while performing checklist found that all breakers for system were in the off position, turned them to the on position, the turned system on and to the cooling mode, system is operating per manufacturer specifications. Please see check list for details.
Came out to meet with manufacturer of brand new system to diagnose why the system refused to start up on start up, after further investigation replaced both control boards for the indoor and the outdoor unit to allow them to communicate with each other, than performed the QC by checking wiring, motors, voltages, amperages, overall seal of system, overall cleanliness of install, drain lines, float switch, surge protectors, air scrubber, refrigerant charge, etc. etc.. while performing QC found that I did need to adjust TXV, adjusted TXV to allow for more superheat and subcooling. System is now operating per manufacturer specifications, please see pictures in history to see refrigerant charge for today in 1st stage.
Came out due two rooms are warmer then the others, upon arrival performed service checklist by checking motors, voltages, amperages, capacitor, filter, delta t, drain lines, duct work, refrigerant charge, etc., etc.. while performing the check list found that the trouble areas are on the low static side of the plenum which is not allowing for enough pressure to send air to these areas, solution would be to add manual dampers to living area, kitchen area, and small dining area, close them down a little bit to force more air to problem areas. Price to remove duct work, add manual dampers, reattach and seal duct work, including all materials and labor looking at a price of 630.00. 7/21/2020 Came out to add manual dampers to living area, kitchen, hallway and laundry room duct work, to allow for more air to media room and bedroom, as well as clear drain line for master suite unit. Upon arrival added manual dampers to duct work and then closed dampers added at about 33-50% to allow for more
Came out due to down stairs thermostat went blank, upon arrival found that thermostat was blank, upon arrival to the indoor unit found that float switch had triggered due to water being in the safety switch, also notice that condensate lines for both units teed together, spoke with client about adding Jones valve to drain lines to allow shutting off of drain line to one or the other systems so that drain line can be clear properly, client agreed, installed Jones valves and then performed drain line clean out. While performing drain line clean out notice that it didn’t seem to have a tough restriction, went ahead and checked primary drain pan to check and see if the was something blocking primary condensate, primary drain pan looks clear, since we just replaced the evaporator coil went ahead and checked delta t and refrigerant charge, Delta T is at 20° with 78° coming into the unit and 58° coming out of the unit, refrigerant charge is at 5.5° so cool and 17.8° call mom this is an indica
7-10-2020, Upon arrival the thermostat was off in customer explained that the system was not cooling properly. Call the system for cooling and check the outdoor unit and found the dual capacitor had failed. Replaced dual capacitor and inspected the rest of the system. Verified compressor and outdoor fan is functioning properly. System now has a 20° split across the coil system is functioning properly and ready for summer. Thank you
Came out to perform prepaid AC maintenance on clients 2 Trane systems, upon arrival performed maintenance by checking motors, voltages, amperages, drain lines, float switch, delta t, capacitors, contactor, refrigerant charge, washed outdoor units out with water hose, etc., etc.. both system are operating per manufacturer specifications, please see checklists for details.
Came out to perform pre-paid AC maintenance on clients six-year-old Trane system, upon arrival perform maintenance by checking filters, motors, voltages, amperage, capacitors, contactors, hard start kit, delta T, refrigerant charge, etc. etc. System is operating well within manufacture specs please see maintenance Report for details. Also replaced clients 20 x 20 x 4 3/8 filter and left two more for client.
Came out because both clients systems stopped working after power outage, upon arrival found that client has Trane 624 thermostats on both systems went thru settings and reset thermostats to units, started up systems I the cool mode and took delta t’s on upstairs unit Delta T was 20° and on the downstairs unit delta T was 19°. Systems are operating per manufacturer specifications.
Came out to drop off 8- 20x20x4 filters as well as perform platinum maintenance on Clients 1yr, upon arrival gave client their filters, and then performed maintenance, performed very through maintenance because client state that she had a very high energy bill last month. Did have a few questions for tech support that they were able to help me with. Also registered clients 1050 thermostat with nexia, system is operating per manufacturer spec.