Residential AC Repair & Maintenance
Residential AC repair and maintenance typically includes cleaning and changing out parts of your AC to ensure that it’s ready and prepared to function before the summer rolls around. We offer great rates for residential AC repairs and maintenance, so that you’re not stuck trying to figure out how to cool your home when the summer is peaking at its highest temperature. If you have an immediate problem, such as a leak or your AC unit is making strange noises, you can give us a call and we’ll address your problem as urgently as possible.
Replacing a Filter
Replacing a filter in your AC unit can easily be done by removing the existing filter and adding a newer one. Often times, the filters in your AC unit become clogged and can eventually lead to leaks, if not cleaned regularly. Since the material that the filter is made from can also naturally wear over time, investing in a new one ever so often ensures that your filter works at all times and can continually trap and remove debris regularly, and without the constant need for cleaning or maintenance. Replacing a filter can also help prolong the lifespan of your AC unit for many more years.
AC Making Noises
If you turn your AC unit on and it is suddenly making noises, this could mean that there are internal parts of the system that are loose, disconnected, or certain tubes and pipes are congested with debris and need to be cleaned. We’ll have to go into the unit to find the problem exactly, but most of the time the fix is quite simple and straightforward. It doesn’t usually result in massive repairs, only patching and reconnecting or installing new parts for added functionality and security.
Water leaks can happen on virtually any type of unit, but usually units that are outside and prone to exterior damage from severe weather, animals, or more. Should your AC unit start to leak, we recommend getting in touch with a professional as soon as possible to address the problem and ensure the leak doesn’t worsen or spread beyond the damaged point. Most water leaks in air conditioning units can be patched or replaced with a new pipe without issue, but avoiding water damage – in any capacity – will be the challenge. Therefore, water leaks in your AC unit are all about timing!
If you turn on your AC unit and you find that you’re setting it to a certain temperature but the temperature just doesn’t seem to be fitting to the air that’s being dispensed, you could be in need of a thermostat reconfiguration. All this means is that we’ll need to reset the thermostat so that when you adjust the temperature, it registers correctly with the AC unit and produces air of the right cooling temperature. This ensures that you’re not lowering your AC down further or using more energy to produce colder air because your thermostat is not reading the right temperature from the central control unit.