1. 5 Tips to Keep Air Conditioner Repair Costs Low

    Do you start sweating every time your air conditioner breaks down? It might have less to do with the rising temperature and more to do with the thought of what the repair bill might be. Some people end up delaying repairs to their HVAC system because they are concerned that the bill will be enough to drain their bank accounts. Unfortunately, delaying repairs could actually be costing you more. If …Read More

  2. The Causes Behind Common Air Conditioner Issues

    Air conditioners are great until they stop working. Almost without fail this will happen on the hottest day of the year, leaving you and your family hot and miserable and desperate for some ice-cold relief. Fortunately, our air conditioning repair team in New Braunfels can help get your unit back up and running again in no time. We've seen it all when it comes to air conditioning problems, but her…Read More

  3. Why Does Your Air Filter Get Dirty So Quickly?

    Hello, readers, and welcome back to our blog. If you’re wondering why your air filter gets dirty so quickly, in today’s blog we’ll be exploring some of the potential causes that may be contributing to your dirty or clogged air filter. As air filters become clogged, it impacts the regular air flow and efficiency of your HVAC system. At Legacy Air Conditioning & Heating here in New Braunf…Read More

  4. Signs Your Air Conditioner Needs Repair

    In our last few blogs, we explained the importance of becoming familiar with your air conditioner’s key components and functions, as well as the steps you can take to prepare your air conditioner for the blazing hot summer months. Today, we’ll be discussing the warning signs telling you it might be time for a repair. Here in New Braunfels, the last thing you want is for your air conditioner to…Read More

  5. Prep Your Air Conditioner for Summer

    As the temperatures here in New Braunfels heat up now that summer’s here, we at Legacy Heating and Air Conditioning want to help you stay cool and comfortable all summer long. The best way to stay cool is by ensuring that your central air conditioning system is prepped and ready for summer. We have compiled a few tips to help you prepare your air conditioning system to make sure that it’s able…Read More

  6. Know Your Air Conditioning System

    It’s a good idea to have a basic understanding of your central air conditioning unit. Having a general understanding of an air conditioning system’s main components can not only help you understand its function, but can also help you identify when your air conditioning unit needs attention this summer. That’s why we at Legacy Heating and Air Conditioning composed an outline of the basic feat…Read More

  7. SEER Score & New Braunfels Utilities® Rebates

    If you’re considering an air conditioning or heat pump upgrade for your home or business, now is the time. In addition to the quoted price, promotions, and affordable rates available at Legacy Heating and Air Conditioning, you can take advantage of rebates on certain air conditioner and heat pump installations through New Braunfels Utilities®. Understanding SEER Scores on AC and Heat Pumps The …Read More

  8. Relocating Your AC Compressor

    Our last couple of blogs have been all about efficiencies regarding your home’s external AC component: The AC compressor. If you read our previous blog, you saw that the best way to get cost-saving shade to your compressor is to keep it on the northern side of your home, but what if it isn’t there right now? If you’re thinking of moving your compressor, here are a few things you should know!…Read More

  9. Can Shading Your AC Compressor Save Money?

    If you read our previous blog, you may have picked up on the subtle hint we left that indicated how a bit of shade could make for a less energy-consuming transfer of heat from your home to the outdoors, which naturally means that shade could save you some money as you run your air conditioner this summer. Today, we’ll tackle this oft-asked question and its complicated set of answers! On Shading …Read More

  10. How Do AC Compressors Last Outside?

    In New Braunfels, basically every building, including homes and businesses, has an AC compressor of some sort sitting outside. Whether the compressor is on the roof for a large building or next to the side of the home, many people find it intriguing that these appliances are able (and indeed, expected) to last for 10, 20, or more years sitting outside in the elements. When the Elements Lead to Air…Read More