HVAC Referral Program
Enter Your Referral
Get $500 For Every Referral Turned Into A Customer!
As a professional, you spent many years developing strong relationships in your community. At Atlas AC Repair we developed a referral program for business professionals looking to make the most of the networks they worked so hard to develop.
How It Works
- If you are aware of a homeowner or business needing to replace their AC and heating system you can refer them our way by filling out the form above.
- Our team will contact you directly for a quick run down. We will then get in contact with your referral and our team will handle it from there.
- Our team will work closely with the client to provide the best solution for them and close the sale.
- Once the sale is closed we’re going to pay you $500 for your referral.
About Atlas AC Repair
- There is nothing worse than recommending a friend to use a company’s services and it ends up being a bad experience for your friend. As a professional, this sucks because your relationships are valuable and you don’t want to damage it. One of the best things about Atlas AC Repair is our reputation which we spent years developing through great customer service. If you look through our review, you will find hundreds of 5-star ratings throughout San Antonio, Austin, and Dallas and this is because we go above and beyond for our customers.
Our Close Rate
- You might be asking, if I refer someone, what are the chances that I’m going actually get paid? The answer is, fairly high. Our close ratio runs around 75%. So if someone is actually in the market looking to replace their AC, there is a very good chance we are going to be able to take care of the customer and get you paid.
Why Customers Love Us
- When Atlas AC Repair was founded, we set out to change the air conditioning industry by offering fair transparent pricing without pressing customers. This ended up being a winning combination that has created a huge following very quickly. So when you refer someone to us, we are not going to badger or pressure them into a sale, we are going to make sure they get the right solution at the right price making you look good.
How to know when an AC system is failing
The Average Life Expectancy Of An AC System
Most homeowners are unaware that the life expectancy of a central air conditioning system is only 15-20 years, and that is if they were properly maintained. If they were not properly maintained you might only get 10-15 years out of a system.
Rule Of Thumb On 15-Year-Old AC Systems
- Major repairs are not worth it.
- The system will be going down periodically and repairs will be needed.
- It might take days or weeks to find repair parts.
- It’s not ideal to inherit an old system on its way out.
- The electricity bill is going to be very high.
One of the most costly issues that can happen to an AC system is a freon leak. To recharge an older R22 system can cost as much as $1,592, just to have it leak back out unless the leak is fixed. Fixing a freon leak, which usually entails replacing the evaporator coil, costs $2,950 plus the $1,592 for freon, totaling $4,542.
Rule Of Thumb For An R22 Freon System
- If a leak is in the outdoor condenser coil or indoor evaporator coil, it’s not worth replacing the coil.
- If the evaporator coils are rusty, that could mean there is a freon leak or is about to start leaking.
- If you see something like oil in the coils of the evaporator or condenser, that indicates a leak.
There are a lot of components that make us an HVAC system, however, there are a few major components that can be tested to see if it’s in the process of going out. For example, if a compressor is about to fail the amp meter is going to show that it is pulling high amps, which means it’s about to lock up. A new compressor is going to cost around $3,250 to get it replaced.
Rule Of Thumb On Failing Components
- When major a component fails, plan for more to fail right after, due to components being design to fail around the same time.
- If there are high amp draws on the compressor, fan motor, or blower motor, that mean it’s on its way out.
When an AC system starts making strange noises, that could indicate there is something going on with the system. It could be something minor or something major. If the system is older it’s most likely something major.
Rule Of Thumb For A Strange Noise
- If the noise is coming from the indoor unit, it could be a blower motor going out, a dirty blower wheel that needs to be cleaned, or loose parts in the unit.
- If it’s coming from the outdoor unit, it could be a failing compressor, the fan motor going out, or other loose parts.