Beets Energy Services is a Texas (TX) AC, electrical, and heating repair, replacement, and maintenance company located in Longview. Beets Energy Services employs only the best electricians for your home inspections, rewiring, electrical panel upgrades, generator installations, circuit repairs, childproof or GFCI outlet upgrades, electrical repairs, or surge protection installations. We also have HVAC technicians on staff who can handle your air conditioner, furnace, ductless mini-split or heat pump repair. We proudly service Longview, White Oak, Judson, Gladewater, Kilgore, Gilmer, Laird Hill, Diana, Hallsville, Winona, Big Sandy, Overton, Easton, Henderson, New London, Ore City, Tatum, Tyler, Arp, Harleton, Joinerville, Marshall, Sabine, Liberty City, Union Grove, East Mountain, and the surrounding areas. So, when you ask to find "A good HVAC company or electrician near me," you've come to the right place. To get an estimate on your furnace repair or replacement, call (903) 445-6560
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How Much Does AC Service Cost?
The cost of your AC repair or installation depends on the layout of your home and the circumstances involved. For that reason, we cannot provide quotes over the phone. But giving us a call is enough will get you scheduled for HVAC service in the Kilgore and Longview area.
How Long Will My AC Unit Last?
While the lifespan of a new AC unit varies based on make and model, most will last between 10 and 15 years. Some systems, however, can last over 20 years if properly maintained. A lot of this, however, depends on how much you use your air conditioner. That doesn’t mean, however, that you should wait for it to break. Old units are often inefficient and expensive to repair. Being proactive about AC replacement is a great way to save money on your utility bills.
What's the Difference Between an Air Conditioner and a Heat Pump?
There's one main difference between these two pieces of cooling equipment. Unlike AC units, which need a furnace to provide year-round customer, heat pumps can both heat and cool a home. Note, however, that they sometimes need to be paired with an electric heater in areas that see temperatures below freezing.
My Air Conditioning Bills Are High. Is There Something I Can Do?
Aside from replacing your air conditioner with a more efficient one, you can try installing blackout curtains, replacing old insulation, and sealing windows. Installing a whole-house or ceiling fan can also help reduce sticker shock. If you live in the Hallsville area, we’re happy to provide a home performance evaluation.
Should I Cover My AC Unit in the Winter?
If you want to avoid leaves and debris inside your AC unit, you can purchase a cover through your brand’s dealer. This is not necessary for heat pumps, however.
Why Can’t You Just Refill My Freon?
Though your AC unit might work after a coolant refill, that’s a band-aid fix for a much larger problem. Because air conditioners are closed systems, any loss in refrigerant means there’s a leak somewhere. With many older systems using environmentally hazardous substances like R-410—which is now banned in new units and only available via reclamation—getting these refills can end up being more expensive than buying a new air conditioner that uses safer, lower-cost refrigerants.