We offer emergency and routine AC repairs to residential and commercials areas. Fast, efficient, and always with the highest quality service, depend on us to fix your air conditioner any time of the day, any time of the year.
Emergency Air Conditioning Repair
We understand issues happen, especially when the temperature starts to rise. But don’t worry because we’re here to help. Call us anytime you’re in need of quick, responsive service on your AC unit.
Routine Air Conditioner Repair
An AC unit is similar to any other machine – it needs to be serviced regularly to run like it should. We’re here to help! Call us for routine inspections and service on your air conditioning to keep in running smoothly through the hot summer months.
Air Conditioner 16-Point Standard Tune-Up (SPRING)
- Check thermostat operation
- Clean filters or replace as needed
- Check system temperature split
- Inspect disconnect
- Inspect fuses
- Inspect wiring
- Tighten electrical connections
- Inspect contractors, relays and pressure controls
- Inspect electrical safety circuits
- Check voltage and amperage to all motors
- Inspect indoor blower and motor for dirt buildup
- Inspect bearings and lubricate all moving parts (if needed)
- Inspect condensate drain
- Inspect outdoor coil
- Inspect duct seal at unit and secure panels
- Run and test system
Common Air Conditioning Problems
Although there could be many reasons why your air conditioning unit may need to be looked at by a licensed contractor, here are just a few common reasons to help you identify when it’s time to call.
A/C wiring that is improperly installed can be risky leading to possible fire hazard. Bad wiring can prevent the system from getting power or can trip the circuit breaker.
A frozen coil typically indicates an issue with airflow, such as restrictions caused by a dirty air filter or a return air ductwork filled with debris. Having low refrigerant may also lead to frozen indoor coils.
Outside Fan Not Working
The outside fan is responsible for conveying the heat from the home to the outside . When the outside fan is not performing correctly, proper heat transfer cannot take place causing the compressor to possibly overheat and trip the safety overload. In addition, it may cause internal damage to the compressor.