We want you to know that in this difficult time, Kirk A/C remains open to take care of your HVAC needs. We also want to emphasize that we are following health guidelines to protect the well-being of our customers and employees.We want to share how we address the current situation. We have been proactively implementing a number of measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and safely get through this peril.Despite this existing predicament, our heating and cooling services are still operational despite the situation. Our crew will remain active in responding to service calls while carefully following our safety guidelines updated... Read More

  • Common HVAC Fire Hazards to Watch Out For

    It may surprise you to know that your HVAC can pose safety risks to you and your family. It is the second leading cause of home fires according to the National Fire Protection Association.    So, what are those common HVAC fire hazards to watch out for? Let’s find out!Leaking Fuel LinesIt seems like an obvious fire hazard, but many homeowners don’t easily notice a leaking fuel line. When a highly flammable substance comes in contact with heat, it may result in a terrifying incident. As soon as you smell oil or gas near your system, contact an HVAC professional.Electrical IssuesBad electrical ... Read More

  • Top 5 HVAC Mistakes Most Homeowners Make

    Your HVAC system in your Dallas, TX home helps you relax regardless of the temperature outside. But did you know that some mistakes you make can reduce its performance and efficiency?Don’t worry! Kirk Air Conditioning & Heating will uncover these top five (5) HVAC mistakes most homeowners make. Keep reading!Keeping Air Vents ClosedEven though closing the vents may sound logical, it’s a big mistake! It will put too much strain on the unit, which causes damage to its components and increases energy usage. To help your unit operate effectively, be sure that the vents are open and free from any obstructions.Forgetti... Read More

  • Why Is Your Heating System Not Blowing Hot Air?

    Have you ever had this problem? You turn on your heating system to find only cold air blowing. Well, there could be several reasons why your unit is not working properly.Here are some potential causes and quick fixes you should know:Thermostat IssuesThe problem may be hiding in your thermostat. It could be caused by dirt buildup, incorrect settings, or dead batteries. Here are some things to troubleshoot:This may sound simple but make sure it is set to “heat.” You wouldn’t believe it but this is among most of the service calls. Check the batteries and replace them if needed. Open the thermostat panel and clean your... Read More