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Serving central Texas for over 70 years, Dean’s Shop offers the best customer service for your electrical, air conditioning and heating needs. Whether you need a new air conditioner, a repair or remodel of your electrical system or a tune up to your heat pump, Dean’s Shop can help. Our skilled technicians can quickly and expertly diagnose your air conditioning, heating or electrical problems. We can set up a scheduled maintenance plan to keep your air conditioning, heating and electrical systems in top operating form. We are also the only shop in San Marcos certified in carbon monoxide testing and remediation.
We believe the air in your home or business should be clean and comfortable, and we have the skills to keep it that way. We partner with Westinghouse to provide our customers with the most efficient air conditioning systems, air cleaners, thermostats and accessories for their budget. Your air conditioning, heating and electrical systems are in good hands with Dean’s Shop. 10 yr parts and labor warranty available.
Our skilled technicians have the know-how to diagnose all of your air conditioning and electrical problems.
Dean’s Shop provides air conditioning and electrical services in San Marcos, Kyle, New Braunfels, Wimberley, Martindale, Seguin, Buda and the surrounding communities.
Air filters are used to keep the air in your home or office clean and to keep your furnace or air conditioner clean. Dirt from the air can clog your air filter and cause your appliances to work double time to get air through your home. This extra effort can cause some...read more
When it comes to your air conditioner (A/C), a common term used in the HVAC business that you’re likely to see everywhere is your air conditioner’s SEER. But what exactly is SEER? SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. It’s a rating system of the air...read more
When an air conditioner (AC) starts and stops in quick cycles, and doesn’t run for long periods, this is known as short cycling. While this is a relatively common issue, it should not go unchecked. It is indicative of something being wrong with your air conditioner....read more