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You probably clicked the link and visited this web page because you’re either planning to install some split systems or replace them. We can assure you that you’ve found the right electrician for the job. Blessed Electric & Air has been servicing several cities in Texas for several years now.

Our electricians have great market knowledge, and they know the most trusted brands of air conditioning units, and they also know how these brands stack up. In addition, we always enjoy loyalty discounts from many vendors and will cascade the discounts down to our clients. That’s why our charges are competitive.

Why you should replace your old systems

If your air conditioners are older than 15 years, you need to replace them even if they are still working fine. Manufacturers of electrical appliances keep improving on power consumption and output. In other words, modern appliances consume less power to give more output than older appliances.

So, if your air conditioners are older than 15 years, you’re probably throwing money away by paying more energy bills than you should. At Blessed Electric & Air, we know the brands of air conditioners that consume low power and give great output. If you’re ready to replace your old systems or install new ones, contact us today.

Installation mistakes to avoid

We believe that the installation of a split system isn’t an easy task for non-professionals. If you decide to install a new set of split systems yourself, there are several mistakes to avoid. And some of the mistakes are expensive to fix. In fact, we may charge you higher to fix certain mistakes than to install a system from scratch.

Here are some of the mistakes some of our clients made when they tried to install new air conditioners themselves.

1. Inadequate clearance for the condenser

Some clients made the mistake of not giving the condenser enough clearance, and as such, it struggled with air intake. This mistake will make your system work much harder than necessary. And its consequences are increased wear and tear and increased power consumption.

When installing air conditioning systems, our electricians usually leave a space of at least 2 feet on each side of the condenser. Unfortunately, to correct this mistake, we may have to pull out the installed system and re-install it, and this may cost you more.

2. Adding too much refrigerant

Some do-it-yourself proponents mistakenly added too much refrigerant after setting up their AC systems, and as we’d expected, the systems began to malfunction. They erroneously thought more refrigerant would always lead to better performance. In the end, they coughed out a substantial amount of money to fix the problem.

Every AC system requires a certain quantity of refrigerant for optimum performance. If you add more or less, there’ll be a problem. Our experienced electricians know the right quantity for every size of air conditioning unit.

3. Choosing the wrong size

Some clients had mistakenly installed an AC that was too big for their apartment, while some installed the one that was too small. And what happened? The former led to short cycling, while the latter led to overwork. In both cases, the system could not work properly.  Our electricians had to replace those AC units with the appropriate ones.

This is another reason why you should hire a professional from the get-go. One of the clients was a little lucky because his vendor agreed to change the system for free. Others were not so lucky. They had to purchase new systems and later sold the wrongly sized ones at fractions of what they paid for them( AC units).

To avoid any of the mistakes above, contact professionals whenever you need to install split systems. At Blessed Electric & Air, we install, repair, and service split systems in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. You can contact us right away.


Below is a list of the cities we offer service. We may still be available in your area if your city is not listed below. Our DFW electrician team of professional and licensed electricians travels most of Dallas and Fort Worth. If you are unsure if we service your area, please call  (214) 801-5755