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FACING PROBLEMS WITH YOUR AIR CONDITIONING?
WE HANDLE EVERYTHING FROM MINOR ISSUES TO MAJOR REPLACEMENTS
Our professional team can service everything from minor issues to major replacements so that you can get your cooling system back to running at its best efficiency.
It can be difficult to figure out what is wrong with your cooling systems when it breaks down and can be extremely frustrating, especially once summer weather hits. Our team has the expertise to properly diagnose and solve any air conditioning problem and will be able to get your cooling system up and running so that your day can go on, uninterrupted. One way to prevent air conditioning repair is through routine maintenance, which we also offer. However, in times where you do encounter a need for repair, these are some common reasons for air conditioning repairs:
Refrigerant allows your cooling system to run efficiently by releasing heat from the air in your residence or business in order to cool it. Upon installation, the refrigerant is charged into your cooling system to ensure it’s working properly. However, if the cooling system experiences a leak, this can cause your system to not have enough refrigerant. In this case, it’s extremely important to have our team come out to repair your cooling unit, as releasing too much refrigerant into your residence or business can be dangerous if anyone is exposed to it.
In a normal air conditioning unit, some condensation is produced when cooling your residence or business. This condensation usually flows away from equipment and does not cause any harm. However, if there is an issue with the drain lines or drip pan, this condensation can back up into your cooling system and damage the parts in your unit. We can inspect all drain lines and drip pans, clear any clogs and prevent future clogs in your cooling unit so that you can go back to a normally functioning air conditioning system in your residence or business.
Broken compressor fan
Your outdoor air conditioning unit is exposed to many more elements than your indoor cooling system is. When your outdoor fan stops working properly, it doesn’t transfer the heat out of your residence or business like it should, preventing your cooling system from working properly. This can also trigger your cooling system’s compressor to overheat and cause additional damage to your unit.
No matter the issue your current cooling unit is facing, you can rest assured that our team of professionals will get the job done to diagnose and solve any air conditioning problem. Give us a call today and let’s get started by discussing what we can do to help you.