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Dallas Area AC Repair – SUMMER is HERE!

Make sure your home stays cool in the summer heat with an AC tuneup from Integrity Air Conditioning.


Integrity A/C – Since 1999: We Work on All A/C Makes and Models.

Best Dallas Area Residential A/C Repair and Service.

Integrity Air Conditioning proudly serves Dallas and the Dallas Area. Our A/C Service area includes Irving, Plano, Frisco, Garland, Richardson, Mesquite, Rockwall, Rowlett, Wylie, Sachse, Forney, Sunnyvale, Waxahachie and Surrounding Areas.

At Integrity Air Conditioning, we are experienced at installing and maintaining all makes and models of air conditioning equipment.

Contact us today to schedule air conditioning repair or air conditioning maintenance for your home.

Air Conditioning Repair – We work on all brands, Residential and Commercial.

24/7 Emergency Service Available – Residential and Commercial.

Air Conditioning Maintenance – Reduce your energy bills by scheduling maintenance service for your A/C system.

Central Air Conditioning and Mini-Splits – We install central units and mini-split air conditioners, all brands.

Air Conditioning Repair – Done Right.

We not only diagnose HVAC problems, we fix them – once and for all.

Proper maintenance will prolong the life of your air conditioner.

“Cooling” and “air conditioning” are often used interchangeably when referring to the systems that keep interior temperatures more comfortable in hot weather. Technically, “air conditioning” is the more accurate term because as air is cooled, it also loses some of its moisture.

Cooling + Dehumidification = Air Conditioning.

And here is Dallas – that’s a good thing! Humidity levels are surprisingly high in North Texas – along with 95+ degree temperatures.

No matter what term you use – it takes energy and proper operating specifications to maintain comfortable interior temperatures during hot weather. It’s helpful to learn a few basics about how air conditioning systems work.

Keep Your A/C Maintained for Long Service Life with No Downtime Surprises.

Texas A/C Hazard: Sticky Cottonwood Seed Fluff

Be aware of the Sticky Cottonwood seed fluff to avoid it getting in your air conditioning to avoid any future issues.

Cottonwood seeds are not only bad for those with allergies. And they are very bad for air conditioner condenser coils.

In Texas in the late spring and early summer, cottonwood trees release sticky seeds that can actually get so thick – it looks like snow! The seeds are very light and travel on the wind; they can reach an area within several miles of the tree.

These seeds have amazing sticking power and must be carefully removed from air conditioner condenser coils. If you live in an area within range of cottonwood tree seeds – contact us for A/C maintenance.

Lawn Clippings and Leaves – Natural Enemies of Condenser Coils

Another common source of clogged and dirty a/c condenser coils is lawn maintenance. If enough grass clippings and leaves are directed at – or get into – the coils, it can form a thick blanket over time.

As more clippings are caught by the coils, a lattice forms that holds more clippings. The condenser coil surface area can become totally covered to several inches deep. At that point, the a/c unit will not cool at all.

Time to Upgrade? Want Lower Utility Bills?

Lower your electric costs by upgrading older A/C systems. Integrity Air Conditioning specializes in identifying the most energy efficient cooling solutions for your home.

Watch out for lawn clippings as they can affect your air conditioners performance.

Our A/C New System Estimates Are Unique to Each Customer – and Budget

Take action before you have pay for central a/c system repairs for a unit that is not cooling!

Contact Us to schedule air conditioner maintenance today. Our professional HVAC technicians will clean and service your central air system.

Call (972) 435-7593

24/7 Emergency Service in the DFW Area
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