Can Your Car AC Withstand The Heat?
Summertime is hot in Hutto, Texas. Do you know if the Air Conditioning System in your vehicle can withstand the heat?
With summer comes lots of wonderful moments - grilling out with the family, laying out by the pool, Fourth of July fireworks and maybe even some unforgettable memories as you and your family take a road trip to the beach. While the summer season can be fun, it can also be unpleasant if your vehicle’s air conditioning system is not working properly. If you have lived in Hutto, Texas for any length of time, then you know that none of us can escape the Central Texas heat; we can only try to make it enjoyable (or at least endure it) by cooling off.
Signs that your vehicle needs an A/C performance check:
If your vehicle’s A/C stops achieving desirable cool temperatures, or takes an unusual length of time to get cold, then it’s time to have your system inspected.
At Christian Brothers Automotive in Hutto, our ASE-certified technicians would love to make sure all the components of your A/C are in top working condition. We do not want you or any of your loved ones caught in rush hour traffic on Highway 35 in the blistering heat with no cooling-off relief. With our A/C performance check, we test your system for leaks, check refrigerant levels, and inspect all A/C components including - pressure switches, compressor, electrical components, the belt and more.
This Summer - Get 50% OFF Your A/C Performance Check:
Whether your air conditioning system is not working at all or just not blowing as cold as it has in the past, our Hutto auto repair shop can help. To help take the edge off the scorching heat even more, we want to give you 50% off of your A/C Performance Check. To take advantage of this discount- just let the guys at the front counter know you heard about this special offer from this blog.
For all of your vehicle’s maintenance and repairs, we invite you to visit our full-service auto repair shop on Highway 79 in Hutto for an honest and comfortable auto repair experience. Just look for the big orange hippo!