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  • Certified technicians offer expert air conditioner repair, maintenance, and installation services.
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Air Conditioner Maintenance and Repair Solutions

Competitive Service charge

  • Schedule an air conditioner inspection starting at just $99. Our accredited professionals are fully equipped to handle the majority of AC repairs immediately.

What's included:

  • A professional Mr. Heat Technician will identify the problem
  • You will receive a written estimate for the cost of parts and installation

AC Tune-up

  • Secure a comprehensive safety inspection and tune-up for your air conditioner, beginning at only $179.

What's included:

  • Our professional service encompasses a detailed safety evaluation and thorough inspection of your air conditioner.
  • We’ll conduct a comprehensive assessment and testing of each part of your air conditioner to guarantee peak efficiency and safety.

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Air conditioner diagnostics services

For a starting fee of $99, a certified technician will come to your home, diagnose your air conditioner’s issue, and outline the required repair actions.

Our services include:

Common Air Conditioner Problems

Top AC Repair Service

  • Water Leakage: From the evaporator coil
  • Frozen Coil/Pipes: Evaporator coil or AC pipes freezing
  • Condenser Fan Motor: Failure of the condenser fan motor
  • Noisy Compressor: Indicating potential compressor issues
  • Improper Air Flow: Due to blockages or faulty vents
  • Thermostat Issues: Inaccurate temperature readings
  • Blower Motor: Failure leading to inadequate air circulation
  • Unbalanced Condenser: Affecting the AC’s efficiency
  • Constant Running: AC unable to reach the set temperature
  • AC Not Turning On: Possibly due to electrical issues
  • Warm Air Blowing: AC blowing warm instead of cool air
  • Frequent Cycling: On and off more often than usual
  • High Humidity: Inside despite AC running
  • Condenser fan motor repair and replacement
  • Compressor repair and replacement
  • Evaporator coil repair and installation
  • Refrigerant re-charge
  • Central air conditioner leak repair
  • Refrigeration analysis
  • Evaporator exit temperature test
  • Furnace and air handler blower motor repair and replacement
  • Fully licensed and factory trained technicians
  • Family owned and operated
  • Liability insurance
  • Friendly customer service
  • We accept all payment options

Most Common Air Conditioner Problems

  • No Cooling: AC blowing warm air instead of cold
  • Short Run Times: AC operates only briefly, then shuts off
  • Non-Stop Operation: AC runs continuously, ignoring thermostat
  • Water Leakage: Moisture issues around the AC system
  • Strange Noises: Rumbling or bubbling sounds from the AC
  • Weak Upstairs Airflow: Insufficient air reaching the second floor
  • Thermostat Inaccuracy: Incorrect temperature readings
  • Blocked Drainage: Clogged AC drain lines
  • Frequent Cycling: AC turns on and off more than usual
  • Loud/Grinding Noises: Uncommon sounds from the AC
  • Electrical Faults: AC fails to turn on, possibly electrical
  • Uneven Cooling: Inconsistent temperatures across rooms
  • Excessive Humidity: High moisture levels indoors with AC on

Find More Solutions to Ensure Your Home Stays Cool and Refreshing

How to Troubleshoot Your Air Conditioner?

If your air conditioner is not functioning properly, it’s recommended to seek the expertise of a professional. However, trying these simple troubleshooting steps initially may help you assess if professional help is needed. Please be aware; for continuous problems, reach out to us for assistance.

  • Check the Air Filter: Ensure it’s clean and replace if necessary.
  • Thermostat Settings: Verify it’s set to cool and the temperature is lower than the current room temperature.
  • Circuit Breakers: Inspect your electrical panel to make sure the AC circuit breaker hasn’t tripped.
  • Outdoor Unit: Remove any debris and check for visible damage.
  • Air Vents: Confirm all vents are open and unobstructed.
  • Power Supply: Make sure your AC unit is plugged in and receiving power.
  • System Resets: Try resetting your AC unit by turning it off and on again.
  • Condensate Overflow: Check for a full or clogged condensate drain.
  • Drain Lines: Check for clogs if your furnace has a condensate drain.
  • Capacitor and Contactor: These components in the compressor may need inspection by a professional.
  • Refrigerant Levels: Low levels can affect cooling; a technician may need to refill it.
  • Unusual Noises or Odors: These could indicate a need for professional maintenance.
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Most Common Questions About Air Conditioner Repair

Understand common AC issues with our quick tips for a cooler, more comfortable home.

How often should I service my air conditioner?

Regular maintenance is key to ensuring your air conditioner runs efficiently. It’s recommended to service your unit at least once a year, with periodic inspections possibly needed up to four times a year

Why does my air conditioner need more refrigerant each year?

f your system requires frequent recharging of refrigerant, it likely has a leak that needs to be repaired. Not only does this affect cooling performance, but it’s also harmful to the environment.

Can my air conditioner control humidity levels?

Absolutely. A well-designed and controlled air conditioning system should maintain indoor humidity levels between 40 and 60 percent. If you’re experiencing humidity issues, a technician can check your humidistat settings or perform necessary maintenance

What can I do to prolong the life of my air conditioning unit?

Regular professional servicing is the best way to extend your unit’s lifespan. Additionally, keeping the area around your outdoor unit clear of leaves and debris can prevent clogs and maintain clear airflow paths.

What are the signs of a refrigerant leak?

A refrigerant leak can cause fluctuating temperatures, a hissing noise from the unit, and ice formation on the coil or refrigerant line. If you notice these signs, contact a professional for repair

We provide expert service for all types and brands of air conditioning units

We repair all furnace and air conditioner brands and models, including Carrier, York, Goodman, Rheem, Trane, Bosch, American Standard, Ruud, York, Amana, Heil, Bryant, Daikin, Coleman, Payne, Luxaire, Armstrong Air, and Napoleon.

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