Bryant Heating and Cooling

Common AC Problems

3 Tips for Getting a New AC System

Posted on August 24th, 2017

If the cooling system in your Hereford, Texas, home isn’t keeping up with the warm temperatures and high humidity levels, it may be time to think about upgrading to a new, more efficient unit. These tips can help you determine the next steps for replacing your central air conditioner, and..
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How a 2 Stage Compressor and Variable Speed Motor Improves Your Indoor Comfort

Posted on July 28th, 2017

Modern HVAC systems provide a variety of useful features, but homeowners looking for the ultimate in indoor comfort often choose a central air conditioner with a two-stage compressor and variable speed motor. How Adjusting AC System Speed Improves Comfort Single-stage air conditioners run at 100 percent capacity until the temperature..
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You Need An Air Purifier

Do You Need An Air Purifier In Your Texas Home?

Posted on June 19th, 2017

Considering how much time your family spends in your Canyon, Texas, home, you want to make sure the air inside is clean. Although air purifiers are big investments, they are usually worth it if you’re at risk for poor indoor air quality. Whole-Home Air Purifiers Whole home purifiers are part..
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Heat Pump

How Does a Heat Pump Work?

Posted on May 24th, 2017

Heat pumps are very popular in homes across the country. While you may think of them as a heat source such as a furnace, a heat pump is much more versatile. By moving heat from one area to another, they can both heat and cool your Canyon, Texas, home. If..
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Think About Ventilation

Which Bryant Ventilation System Is Right for You?

Posted on April 25th, 2017

In an effort to boost HVAC efficiency, many homeowners in Amarillo, Texas, are taking steps to improve insulation, seal air leaks, and weatherize windows and doors. However, while a tight thermal envelope does save energy, it can create another problem: stale air. Fortunately, you can bring fresh air into your..
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Is Your HVAC System Underperforming?

Posted on March 22nd, 2017

You probably haven’t given a lot of thought to how your Panhandle, TX HVAC system stacks up to other models. Heating and cooling are things we take for granted; as long as our homes stay a comfortable temperature and our electric bill doesn’t climb too high, we’re happy. That complacency..
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Smart Thermostat Profiles

4 Smart Thermostat Features You Didn’t Know About

Posted on February 22nd, 2017

Having a smart thermostat can help you save money on heating and cooling in your Wildorado, Texas home. The more you know about your thermostat, the more you can save. Maximize your thermostat’s energy-efficient potential by taking advantage of these three features you didn’t know about. Local Weather Forecast If..
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My Old Air Conditioner Uses Freon, Will I Be Able to Switch to Puron?

Posted on January 24th, 2017

Until 2010, Freon, or R-22, was the most frequently used refrigerant in air conditioners and heat pumps. Because R-22 causes ozone depletion, the Environmental Protection Agency required manufacturers to phase out its use. In 2015, R-410A, also known as Puron, became the standard refrigerant used. If you’re like many Amarillo..
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Save Energy and Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

Posted on December 12th, 2016

Poor indoor air quality in your Canyon, Texas, home can cause headaches, nosebleeds, fatigue, nausea, trouble concentrating, asthma attacks, allergies, and more. It can also shorten your HVAC system’s life. You can save energy and improve your indoor air quality by controlling your home’s humidity, finding leaks, and maintaining your..
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Watch Your Ventilation

What Is Sick Building Syndrome?

Posted on November 15th, 2016

If you own or operate in a commercial property in Bushland, Texas, the term “sick building syndrome” may already be on your radar. However, a lot of business professionals have never heard the term or aren’t sure what it means. Employers and building managers alike need to know what sick..
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