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Reasons Your AC May Not Be Working

This is not an easy question to answer and can be caused by a long list of possible problems. With the hot weather we face in Austin, Texas, you need to be able to count on your air conditioner. If your AC is not working, you can narrow the list of possibilities by answering a […]

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Meet Arthur, HVAC Technician

Where are you from originally? Port Arthur, Texas What part of Austin do you live in? Just bought a house in Manor In what year did you start working in the HVAC industry? 2014 What motivated you to pursue a career in HVAC? It was an opportunity become more financially stable. What got you into […]

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How UV Lights Can Improve Your Air Quality

What is a UV light?Ultraviolet (UV) lights can be used to kill microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria, mold and fungi. They first found commercial popularity for use in water treatment facilities to remove mold, mildew and other biological contaminants from water and surrounding equipment. The technology was then introduced into the HVAC market in order […]

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COVID-19 Update

At Efficient AC, Electric & Plumbing, the health and safety of our team and our customers is always our highest priority. We are all spending more time at home than ever, and we want to continue to be able to make spaces as comfortable, functional and safe for people as possible. In order to do […]

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AC Repair FAQ: Why is My AC Not Cooling?

When an air conditioner is blowing warm air, it may run longer and fail to adequately cool your home in the Austin, Texas heat. There may be poor airflow and/or poor heat transfer resulting from one or more of the following AC repair issues. 5 Reasons Your Air Conditioner is Blowing Warm Air or Not […]

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AC Repair FAQ: Why Won’t My AC Turn Off?

When temperatures are high here in Austin, a properly sized AC system may run for very long periods of time in order to reach the desired indoor temperature (setpoint). The AC system gradually reduces humidity and latent heat (heat that has built up in the walls, ceiling and surrounding surfaces) inside the home. It can […]

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