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Cool Facts with Hal Watson AC: A Tale of Two AC Units

Summers in Texas are no joke. The heat comes rushing in and along with it high levels of humidity. It’s vital during the hot months that air conditioning units are running properly. John has a relatively new unit, only four years old. He makes sure to change the air filters in his home regularly and [...]

Cool Facts with Hal Watson AC: A Tale of Two AC Units2020-12-21T11:19:29+00:00

Cool Facts with Hal Watson AC: The Good, The Bad and The Comfortable

Your house is cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Your air filters are clean (and you’ve set a reminder to change them out every 4-8 weeks depending on the type of filter). You don’t hear any strange noises and your energy bills are what they typically are this time of year. When [...]

Cool Facts with Hal Watson AC: The Good, The Bad and The Comfortable2020-12-21T11:09:01+00:00

Cool Facts with Hal Watson AC: The Secret Life of SEER Ratings

There’s an important term in the world of air conditioning and it’s SEER. What does it mean and how does it pertain to you? We’re here to tell you. SEER stands for “Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio” and according to the TRANE website, it “measures air conditioning and heat pump cooling efficiency, which is calculated by [...]

Cool Facts with Hal Watson AC: The Secret Life of SEER Ratings2020-12-21T11:01:07+00:00

Cool Facts with Hal Watson AC: Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff

“It’s just a small problem, I’m sure it won’t matter much if I don’t fix it now.” If you’ve ever thought this about your HVAC system, then you’re not alone. If you “don’t sweat the small stuff” when it comes to regular maintenance and checkups on your system, there’s a good chance you’ll literally be [...]

Cool Facts with Hal Watson AC: Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff2020-12-21T11:22:07+00:00

Cold and flu season peaks in February: Is your home ready?

According to the Texas Department of State Health Services, influenza activity is currently on the rise across the state. Lab testing has shown an increase in the percentage of specimens testing positive on a weekly basis. We all know that washing your hands frequently and taking precautions such as staying home if you're sick can [...]

Cold and flu season peaks in February: Is your home ready?2019-05-24T15:04:41+00:00