Best A/C and Heating Services in Fort Worth
Fort Worth summers can be unbearable when you don’t have reliable air conditioning at your home or business. Even in winter, not having dependable heat can make your place feel much colder than it should. Whether you need repairs done on your heating system or air conditioning system, Comfort Masters can help. We also don’t want you to have to deal with an HVAC system that is on its last leg, so we offer high-quality installation services, which include helping you choose the most suitable and efficient system for your property.
At Comfort Masters Heating & Air Conditioning, we’re committed to providing residential and commercial customers in Fort Worth with prompt service that they can depend on. Whether you want to set up regular maintenance, have repairs done, or get a new HVAC system, you can turn to us for help. Keep in mind that we also offer air duct maintenance, installations, and repairs to help you maintain clean air and a comfortable temperature at your home or business.
A/C and Heating Unit Installation and Repair in Fort Worth
When your furnace breaks down or you need a brand new A/C unit, our team of licensed HVAC professionals will be there for you. Comfort Masters offers A/C and heating unit installation and repair in the Fort Worth area. We have technicians available who can work with electric furnaces, heat pumps, gas furnaces, and other types of HVAC equipment to ensure that it’s repaired or installed correctly.
Running your air conditioning in summer and your heat in winter take a toll on your HVAC equipment. When the time comes for you to replace old or worn out HVAC equipment, you can count on us to handle it for you.
Comfort Masters’ Commitment to Great Customer Service
When you hire an HVAC company, you don’t always know what quality of service you’ll end up getting. You don’t have to worry about that when you rely on Comfort Masters for your HVAC service. Since 2003, we have built a solid reputation for providing excellent service to our customers in Fort Worth. Company managers Stephen P. Moore and Jesse I. Roberts, as well as our team of highly trained and knowledgeable technicians, have remained dedicated to providing every customer with the highest quality service.
You don’t have to look far to find evidence of our customer service quality. Customers who have hired us in the past have posted online reviews that praise on our technicians for being able to show up on time or even a bit earlier than expected. Our customers also appreciate being able to depend on having HVAC work done with expert care. Our company has been awarded for Superior Service by Angie’s List, and the Better Business Bureau has also given us an A+ rating.
Living in Fort Worth
Fort Worth is a thriving city that offers housing that is lower than average compared to the rest of the state and the U.S. overall. Home prices in Fort Worth are around $131,100 on average, while average home prices in Texas are around $142,700 and around $184,700 in the U.S. The median household income in Fort Worth is $54,876, which is on par with the state average of $54,727 and the national average of $55,322.
There are around 874,168 people who make their home in Fort Worth thanks to great employment opportunities, good schools, and a wide range of amenities and activities. The city is also close to other towns and cities in the greater DFW area. Dallas is about 32 miles away via I-30 E, while Arlington is around 15 miles away via I-30 E. Irving is about 26 miles away via TX-121 N and TX-183 E.
Residents in Fort Worth have plenty of local attractions and amenities to enjoy, no matter what their interests are. Take the whole family to the Fort Worth Zoo to see more than 7,000 animals, or spend the day at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. Other notable attractions include the Fort Worth Japanese Garden, Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge, and the Stockyards National Historic District.
Fort Worth residents who are interested in volunteering their time and skills can help out in a number of ways. Some of these opportunities include Animal Care and Control, Keep Fort Worth Beautiful, Fort Worth Park and Recreation Department, and Citizens Police Academy. The city also has several Boards and Commissions available to join, such as the Art Commission, Aviation Advisory Board, Downtown Design Review Board, and Library Advisory Board.
If you’re a homeowner or business owner in Fort Worth and you need high-quality HVAC services for your property, contact Comfort Masters Heating & Air Conditioning. Our HVAC experts can install, repair, or maintain your HVAC system to help your home or business feel comfortable throughout the year.
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Lauren - Fort Worth, TX
Did a great job and was very polite!
Glenn - Fort Worth, TX
Bobby was knowledgeable, patient to explain & answer question. Builds comfort & trust.
Fast and efficient!
Aaron - Fort Worth, TX
Good service and trustworthy business
Jeff - Fort Worth, TX
As usual good service and customer service from comfort masters and their technicians. Highly recommend
Margaret - Fort Worth, TX
Kevin explained everything he was doing. He reviewed again before he left. He was courteous and respectful. I will continue doing business because of Keven!
Adrian - Fort Worth, TX
Great professional work, timelines on arrival, explanation of the issue and solution, and just great overall service provided.
Bobby offered great service, very personable. Great price too.
LB - Fort Worth, TX
Bobby explained everything in great detail and made sure my HVAC is in great working order.
Great service.Explained details of everything.Very helpful.
Margaret - Fort Worth, TX
Jann - Fort Worth, TX
Bobby was great and helped us resolve our questions. Prior to Bobby coming out to our house, we had had another vendor come to service our HVAC heat pump. FYI: There was nothing wrong with our units, we just wanted to have a winter" tune-up" on the units. After the "maintenance" on our units, the technician recommended we get a $1400 switch to ensure that our units work properly - of course we declined. But the next day after their technician left, all of a sudden our aux heat light started coming on and staying on with the outside temp 65 degrees. So we called the original provider to tell them about this, and they stated that there may be a further $199 charge if they were to come out again. Naturally, we were suspicious that the vendor had done something to our units to ensure getting new business. We declined a further qppointment with the vendor and called Comfort Masters for a second opinion. Fortunately, for us, the original vendor's technician had not harmed our units - ( Note: we found numerous online complaints about this vendor regarding this issue of overcharging on parts and creating situations where extra repairs were necessary. Because we felt that Bobby from Comfort explained the issue about the aux heat light coming on well and because he was not trying to sell us a part we did not need, we chose to sign up with the maintenance program Comfort has available to maintain our units.
Linda - Fort Worth, TX
Bobby was really friendly and very helpful in understanding the heating units in the house. He was very approachable and I felt very comfortable with him. I hope that he can be the guy that comes out every time we need AC/heating service.
Came out to perform ac maintenance on clients 2 systems, upon arrival performed maintenance by checking motors, electrical connections, wiring, capacitors, drain lines, filters, voltages, amperages, washed out the out door units, etc., etc.. systems are operating per manufacturer specifications at this time.
3/11/2020 Came out for no heat and no cool, upon arrival found that the breakers at handler were in the off position, turn them on and found that the blower motor was barely moving, after further investigation found that blower motor was wired to a dual capacitor and was wired wrong (had a common wire to transformer, this is okay, but the other to wires went to fan and then to herm, which was giving one leg 60 mfd.) I believe this is what took out the motor. Need to replace blower motor and capacitor to get system up and running before I can check the rest of the system. 3/13/2020 came out to replace blower motor and capacitor, upon arrival replaced blower motor and cap. The. Tested operation in both the heating and cooling modes, system is operating with a 18° Delta t in the cool mode, and a 28° temperature rise in the heat mode. Due to heavy rain was not able to check out the outdoor unit, turned as off right now everything looks good.
Came out out for a no cool call, upon arrival put the system is the cool mode, indoor unit came right on. Upon arrival to the outdoor unit found that there was no high voltage, tested windings to ground and found 0 windings to ground, turned the disconnect into the off position, found breaker in the off position at breaker box, returned to unit, tested amp draw for compressor when I turned on high voltage at unit, found that the unit came directly on and only had started up amps of 17A. Tested all capacitors, amperages, and voltages. Was not able to check charge due to the rain, but the delta t is at 19°. Spoke with client over the phone about our Club savings programs, client is interested would like to look at them, had Tricia email client a copy.
Came out to perform maintenances on clients 2-18yr old systems, performed maintenance by checking motors, wiring, electrical connections, capacitors, evaporator coils, delta t, refrigerant charges, washed out condensers with water hose, voltages, amperage, etc., etc..
Came out to perform maintenance on clients 21 yr old ac system, upon arrival performed maintenance on clients system by checking motors, wiring, capacitors, electrical connections, filter, refrigerant charge, delta t, washed out the outdoor unit with water hose, etc., etc.. found that the system had a low delta t and then on checking the charge found the system to be low of r22 refrigerant, added 4 lbs r-22 to system which brought super heat to 16 and brought delta t up to 18. System is operating at this time.
Came out to perform maintenance on clients 14yr old system, performed maintenance by checking motors, capacitors, voltages, amperages, electrical connections, drain line, delta t, duct work, filter, etc., etc... Found that blower motor capacitor was reading 7.6 of 10 mfd which is below manufacturer spec and not within range, replaced it per client, also noticed that there was rust in emergency drain pan, which right now is not that bad, but if not addressed could cause future problems with water. Added SS-1 float switch to the secondary of the primary drain pan on coil, this will allow unit to shut down in case of primary drain line clog or access water in primary drain pan. System is now operating with an 18° delta T, however the numbers look a little low on charge, this may be due to low ambient temperature as well as low in home temperature, educated client on things to look and pay attention for, and then to give us a call if he sees these things. System is operating per manufactur
Came out to perform prepaid platinum ac maintenance, performed maintenance by checking motors, amp draws, electrical connections, voltages, delta t, drain lines, etc., etc.. added pan tabs to sealed coiled by pulling primary line and then using screw driver to push pan tabs back into primary drain pan. System is operating per manufacturer spec at this time. Also dropped of case of 20x25x1 filters.
Came out due to air feels cold when ever the heater is on, upon arrival found that thermostat on clients 17yr old gas furnace thought the system was a heat pump even though settings were on gas heat. Replaced thermostat with Trane 824 thermostat, set thermostat up, tested operation of system, connected thermostat to internet, and then registered thermostat with Nexia. System is operating per manufacturer spec. Also spoke with client about our maintenance membership programs, client has decided to go with the silver maintenance membership.
Came out because when client had heat on she smelt a burning smell and then it would not come back on, upon arrival found that blower motor had seized up and the capacitor had started leaking, replaced both, and then found that the control board was not responding, replaced control board with client approval, tested operation of system, system is operating per manufacturer spec.
Came out because heat pump system had blank thermostat, upon arrival found high voltage to unit and a blown fuse on low voltage, provided further diagnostic by running down short all the way back to contactor at electric heat strips. Replaced warranty contactor and then tested operation of system and then found that I needed to reprogram thermostat for heat pump system. Reprogrammed Trane 624 thermostat for heat pump system, system is operating per manufacturer spec at this time, please see inspection sheet for details. Spoke with client about maintenance membership programs, client has declined at this time.
Came out for a no heat call on down stairs system, there will be no diagnostic charge on this trip due to we were just out at the beginning of February, upon arrival found system in a hard lock out, checked roll outs, high limits, flame sensor, igniter, pressure switch, inducer draft motor electrical connections, etc., etc.. went ahead and cleaned flame sensor, then reset high voltage, and turn system on. System came on directly and started heating allowed system to run for at least 30 minutes, and found that it was not giving any alert codes. Turned system off at thermostat and then back on and system is operating per manufacturer spec at this time.
Came out to perform one time heat maintenance as well as go ahead and perform inspection on system to make sure it is up to local codes and ready for selling home. Upon arrival performed heat maintenance on clients 1yr old system by checking motors, capacitors, amperages, voltages, temperature rise, electrical heat strips, heat pump heat, filter, wiring, electrical connections, zoning system operation, etc., etc.. perform inspection by checking disconnect, whip, low voltage wiring, insulation on line set, duct work seal, etc., etc.. system is operating per manufacturer spec and exceeds local codes.
Came out for a no heat call on clients downstairs system, upon arrival turned on unit to watch sequence of operation and found that everything is coming on when it is suppose to come on except for the first time which then the blower motor didn’t come on, opened up cabinet to check blower motor bearing, capacitor, and blower wheel, and all of them looked okay. Turned back on the system and everything came on and system began heating, allowed system to run for 45 min and it never got hot and turned off. Went ahead and went over check list and all amperages, voltages , spark igniter, flame sensor, temperature rise all look good. 20x25x1 filter looks good. Performed carbon monoxide test throughout space and came back good. Turned off system and restarted and system came on directly and began heating. I do recommend replacing blower motor,
Came out to perform maintenance after another company due to client felt misled, upon arrival performed heat maintenance on clients heat pump unit, performed maintenance by checking motors, electrical connections, voltages, amperages, capacitors, contactor, temperature rise, etc, etc.. system is operating per manufacturer spec at this time. Educated client on our maintenance programs and client has decided to go with silver.
Came out to perform heat maintenance on clients to carrier furnaces, upon arrival perform heat maintenance by checking motors, capacitors, electrical connections, voltages, amperages, igniters, flame sensors, flame temperature rises, etc. etc..replaced client provided filters, found that bedrooms unit capacitor was reading 3.9 of 5 mfd , which is below 10% and needed to be replaced, replaced it with client approval.