If your air conditioner is blowing warm air, it could be due to issues like refrigerant leaks, a malfunctioning compressor, or a faulty thermostat. Our experienced technicians can diagnose the problem and provide the necessary repairs to restore cool air to your home.
Unusual noises such as rattling, squealing, or banging can indicate worn-out parts, loose components, or debris within the system. Ignoring these noises may lead to further damage, so it’s best to have a professional diagnose and fix the issue.
Water leaks can stem from clogged drain lines, frozen evaporator coils, or refrigerant leaks. These issues can impact the efficiency and performance of your air conditioner. Our technicians can pinpoint the source of the leak and provide effective solutions.
First, check the thermostat settings and make sure it’s set to “cool” and the desired temperature. If that doesn’t solve the issue, there might be electrical problems, thermostat malfunctions, or other issues requiring professional attention.
While some minor tasks like changing air filters can be done by homeowners, most air conditioning repairs require professional expertise. Attempting DIY repairs can lead to further damage or even personal injury. It’s best to leave repairs to trained technicians.
A frozen air conditioner usually indicates restricted airflow, low refrigerant levels, or issues with the evaporator coil. Continuing to operate your AC in this state can lead to compressor damage. It’s best to turn it off and call for professional assistance.
Look out for signs like poor airflow, inconsistent cooling, strange odors, high humidity indoors, and unusual noises. If you notice any of these symptoms, it’s advisable to contact our HVAC experts to diagnose and address the problem promptly.