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Stuck in a hot house? Got a broken air conditioner? Don't sit at home a sweat this summer. Get your home cool again. We offer emergency air conditioning repair service in the Greater Pittsburgh, PA region.
Call today for fast and friendly repair service. Our repair technicians are trusted professionals in getting your air conditioner working again. They work on all types of cooling equipment, central air conditioners and ductless AC systems. Cool down in your home again with our Air Conditioning Repairs.
In addition to emergency services, we also handle regular repairs, tune-ups, service and installations.
We handle all types of air conditioning problems like:
- Central Air Conditioning Repair
- Ductless AC Repairs
- Zoned Cooling
- Heat Pump Repairs
- Condenser Freeze Ups
- Air Conditioners Blowing Hot Air
- Duct Repair & Installations
- 2nd Opinion On HVAC Price Quotes
- and more
We handle all types of heating problems like:
- Gas Boiler Repair
- Gas Furnace Repairs
- Oil Boiler Repairs
- Oil Furnace Repairs
- Hydronic Heating Systems
- Ductless Heating Repairs
- Radiant Floor Heating
- Heat Pump Repairs
- Central Heating Systems
Signs That You Need An Air Conditioner Repair
Having a broken AC in hot, humid weather is the last thing that you desire. In this situation you might be tempted to trying to repair the air conditioning system yourself. Keep in mind that a professional company will have the experience to make your repair in a prompt manner. Additionally, hiring a pro will save time and the repair will be done correctly. The following tips outline some of the most common central air conditioning repair we see.
Is There Electrical Power To The House?
Believe it or not, we get many calls from homeowners yearly where we arrive only to learn that the house and maybe even the entire neighborhood has no electrical power. In these scenarios, homeowners are embarrassed. Also, they are not pleased when they get charged for a service call. Make certain that you have electrical power to your air conditioning system prior to phoning for a repair.
Increasing Electrical Bills
Does it seem like your electricity costs are constantly increasing? Does each summer season bring outrageous cooling bills? It is normal to have utility bills increase because of inflation, nonetheless these increases should not be severe. If your energy bills seem out of control, the odds are high that your air conditioning system is at least partially responsible.
Do you tend to prefer staying in one particular room or section of the home because it seems to stay a lot cooler? Are there rooms in your home that don't seem to get cool whatsoever? Irregular cooling is a clear sign of inefficient air conditioner operation. Areas of the house that are exposed to direct sunlight or that on upper floors may get warmer than other areas. However, an efficient A/C system should still be able to make them comfortable.
Frequent Cycling On And Off
A cooling system that frequently cycles on and off is not normal. In fact, this can trigger damage to your air conditioner. It is recommended that the system be switched off while waiting on a repair. This is to prevent more components from being damaged. Usually this issue is caused by a faulty control board or relay problem.
Your AC Doesn't Sound Right
Of the different unusual sounds an AC can make, rattling is one of the most common. We have often make repair calls for rattling air conditioning. If you start hearing your air conditioner rattle, call us, and we will get right out to you to uncover what the trouble is and fix it before it grows into bigger trouble.
Other sources of sound problems are loose panels. This is the simplest explanation for a rattling sound. From time to time the panels on the cabinet housing the condenser or the evaporator will become dislodged due to screws that have loosened or weren't screwed tight enough after the panel was opened. Before looking at other issues, make sure the panels are secure.
Debris also causes unusual noises. The air conditioner cabinet should be as well-kept as possible. Leaves, sticks, gravel and dirt can enter the a/c system if the area around it is not kept clean. This calls for quick attention. Dirt and loose debris may possibly be very damaging. The best plan is to clean the debris and to prevent future issues by cleaning up the outside space.
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