Should I Have My Ducts Serviced?

HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning ventilationedited and the ventilation portion is an integral part of the entire system functioning properly and efficiently. If you have never had a professional take a look at your home’s ductwork, it needs to be done. The following are the top 3 reasons to have your ducts serviced and maintained: Continue reading

The Value of Spring HVAC Maintenance

With every day of spring that passes, the weather is getting warmer, JW service vehicleand before we know it summer will be upon us. Is you’re air conditioner ready to take the heat? If you’ve noticed that your AC unit was doing less than a desirable job at keeping your home cool and comfortable by the end of last summer, you should call Jon Wayne Air today to schedule air conditioner service Bulverde TX residents deem the best in the business. Continue reading

Air Conditioner Tune-Up: Can You Afford Not to Schedule an Appointment?

air conditioner tune-up, San Antonio, TexasWhen the first real heat wave of summer hits, you’ll be glad you scheduled an air conditioner tune-up now. Air conditioning problems are mostly likely to show up at two times: the first time the A/C is started up for the season and during the time of highest cooling load later during the summer. Continue reading

Heat Pump Maintenance: You’ll Never Regret Investing in It

heat pump maintenance, San Antonio, TexasRegular heat pump maintenance is important because heat pumps operate on narrow performance margins. Even a slight decline in system performance caused by maintenance neglect can translate into efficiency losses of up to 25 percent. Continue reading

Air-Source Heat Pumps: The Connection Between Balance Point and Efficiency

air-source heat pump, San Antonio, TexasAn air-source heat pump moves heat from one place to another, depending on the season. During summer, it functions like a conventional A/C, extracting heat from the interior of the home and conveying it to an outdoor condenser coil where it’s dispersed into the air. In winter, a heat pump extracts heat from outdoor air, concentrates it in compressed refrigerant and transfers it inside to warm the home.  Continue reading