Heating

The standard way of centrally heating homes for many decades was forced-air heaters that connect to a ventilation network. The heated air travels through ducts hidden behind the walls and ceilings, then exits through vents into the rooms. Furnaces and heat pumps are examples of heaters that use this method of distributing comfort. But not all forced-air heaters require ducts; more homes today have adopted ductless heating systems known as...

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Your furnace is the main source of heat in your home. As such, it’s critical to make sure that all your heating needs—installation, replacement, repair and maintenance—are handled only by trained and certified heating experts. We are these kinds of experts at Express HVAC Service, and you’ll see evidence of this in our work and in our 100% satisfaction guarantee.

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Heat pumps are comfort systems well-suited to the annual climate in Round Rock, TX. A heat pump combines heating and cooling into one energy-efficient unit, and if properly installed in a home, it will work effectively during the hot summers and the mild winters. You can have your comfort needs taken care of in one installation.

Express HVAC Service works with all makes and models of heat pumps, and we are happy to assist you with a new...

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People often underestimate the thermostats in their homes. A thermostat is a small device, usually placed where it isn’t noticeable, so it makes sense that homeowners sometimes overlook them. But the thermostat is a powerful part of an HVAC system, and if it’s old and outdated, or starting to malfunction, it will have adverse consequences both for comfort levels in a house and for utility bills. If a thermostat stops working entirely, a home...

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Central heating and cooling is a great modern convenience, especially in larger homes. But the standard central HVAC system comes with a significant drawback: whenever it comes on, it sends heated or cooled air to every room in the house that has a vent, regardless of whether the room needs it or not. This adds up to significant energy waste over time. With a zone control system, you can change the temperatures in different areas of the house...

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