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Chuck Best

U.S.
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I can answer most fundamental questions about Air Conditioning and how it works. I can give advice on different services in the DFW area, as well as lend some advice as to pricing systems along with solid opinions as to quality equipment versus sub-standard equipment. I can help educate consumers with regards as to what to look for in a service company, as well as steps they can & should take when considering repairing vs replacing their A/C equipment.

Jim S.

U.S.
Available
I can answer questions on gas or electric furnaces, ac units and heat pumps. I don't work on boilers,chillers,or home appliances.

Joe

U.S.
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40+ years diversified experience.An HVAC/Refrigeration Self Employed Contractor since 1986. NATE Certifield. Answer questions pertaining to Residential and Commercial Air Conditioning , Warm Air Heating, Heat Pump systems.Mechanical and Electrical troubleshooting of these systems.Be as detailed as possible when describing problem.Packaged unit or split systems.No appliance questions.

Jim Barnhart

U.S.
Available
Fifty + years conditioning the air.

rench4u

U.S.
Available
questions pertaining to refrigeration(low to high temp) and HVAC. Specialties include restaurant equipment of all types.

Craig HVAC Expert

U.S.
Available
I have been in the HVAC field for the past 18 years. I can help with most HVAC questions. I work on commerical buildings for the most part, and have yet to find anything I could not troubleshoot and repair, when repairable. I work on small 1 ton units to a 2500 ton chiller. Troubleshoot air flow, elect, and control problems. I attend regular classes to keep up with the latest and greatest.

Mike Reavis

U.S.
Available
Questions related to "Wet Heat". This is heating your home, office etc. with radiators, panels, and convector apparatus. Steam and water heat. I can answer questions about boilers, piping,and associated parts of these systems. Please do not ask for specific information about how I feel about one boiler, etc. over another--These questions should be directed to a licensed contractor that you know of, or that your neighbors and colleagues look to to provide solutions.

Fred Weldin

U.S.
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I can't help you if your whatsis won't work, people (Especially if it's a refrigerator); I have no experience with appliances, and I haven't been involved with H&AC service and repair since March 08, 1996 (Thank the Lord); I always send a "standard" reply to appliance questions and H&AC "Service and Repair" questions (about 20 a month), so if you want to know why your whatsis isn't working like it used to, ask someone else. A lot of my answers arenít read by the questioners; in that event, I always send reminders to read the answers for a month or more (the word "idiots" comes to mind - actually there's another more appropriate word, but discretion prevents its use here). If you have questions about how big a unit you need, if one room's warmer than the others, if you want an opinion oas to scope of work on bids received, etc. just ask. Do visit www.askweldin.com, there's a lot of good information on sizing, ductwork, efficiency, as well as some techniques accomplished DIY-ers can use to troubleshoot and improve their H&AC. Finally, I want to thank all of the kind, serious people whom I meet here: I .....

Eric Campion

U.S.
Available
We have been repairing appliances for over 36 years and have owned our own business for the same. We can help in any or almost all complaints or at least give you some intelligent input to help you make rational decisions. If maxed-out... You may visit our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com for quicker service.

Recent Answers

2016-09-23 Moving return from wall to floor?:

Hello Steve!    I have no problem with a floor return. The only "trick" to putting one in is construct a metal box beneath the grille and then connect a new duct to the SIDE of the box, so the box acts

2016-09-22 Your thoughts, please....:

Hi Christina,    Yours is a great question. You're right, I don't have a crystal ball--but I do know one thing.... your old Trane system has been well worth whatever you paid for it, and while it has been

2016-09-22 Your opinion, please...:

Hi Christina, Good question, average life of an AC is about 15 years. I would say the compressor is living on borrowed time.  That being said I would replace it. The three units you mentioned are all good

2016-09-21 bills:

That fact that you do not live in the same state as I do,  am not really sure.  My state requires mech. contractors to be licensed by the state.  There is a means to which to file a complaint because of

2016-09-13 Return vents:

The answer really depends on how the system was installed. Every system needs a filter in it somewhere.  Sometimes the filter is in or near the unit, while other times the filter is located in the return

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