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Refrigerant is a fluid mixture that is used in HVAC systems, one that has a heat pump and refrigerant cycle. It is common throughout cycles for it to transition from liquid to a gas and back to liquid. Working with refrigerant can make some people, if they are not a certified HVAC technician, uncomfortable. In fact, each state has different laws regarding what unlicensed homeowners can do with refrigerant. The U.S Environmental Protection Administration has laws in place regarding licenses. However, there are no federal laws instructing what a private citizen can do with their own AC.

It is normal practice for a refrigeration supply company to not sell refrigerants or other regulated supplies to unlicensed people. If you find an online source to buy refrigerant, be careful, as it may be an illegal source. Remember to not mix together different type of refrigerant, and some refrigerants must be transported and managed as hazardous waste. There are rules and regulations on how to dispose of refrigerant properly.

If you decide you want to recharge the refrigerant in your air conditioner, here are some steps to follow. Be sure to shut down your AC unit. There will be hoses coming from the gauge manifold, attach them to the AC’s pressure ports. Normally, the high pressure hose is red and connected to the liquid line. The blue hose is the low pressure hose and connects to the suction line which is the larger pipe. Switch your AC back on and allow it to run for fifteen minutes so the system can charge up.

If you AC is still experiencing problems and not running cool, it is probably time to call in a certified AC tech to do a once over and perform maintenance on the system.

Introducing the Texas Made Mobile App

Texas Made Heating and Air has a brand new app that brings clients many convenient features.  The app was designed to be user friendly and mimic the website with its colors and wording. The goal of the app is to make life easier for Texas Made customers, allowing them to utilize services after hours for added convenience. The app can be downloaded for free from the App store or Android store.  The interactive app allows customers to schedule services directly, specify if they need a tune up/routine maintenance or service call and choose an available date and time. Users can fill out a registration form, get the directions to the company’s physical location, or with one touch of an icon call Texas made, email them and get to their website. News can be read on the app and twitter updates from the company accessed. On the drop down box to the right, customers can locate coupons Texas Made will accept, read their informative bio and description about the company, and scan over reviews. Customers can message Texas Made, share the app, enroll in a loyalty program, share photos and log onto social media platforms used by Texas Made. Texas Made encourages their customers and potential customers to access their app and learn more about the company. If you still have any questions, or are finding it hard to navigate through the app, please call Texas Made and a representative will assist you.