Professional Air Conditioner Services in Trenton

and all surrounding areas

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The Trenton summers are sticky, hot and humid. Don't settle for a hot house with a broken air conditioner! Don't settle for expensive repairs by other HVAC contractors. Don't settle for slow repair service.

We offer emergency air conditioning repair service in the Greater Trenton, Mercer County area at affordable prices. Call today for fast and friendly repair service to get your home cool again.

Our repair techs are experts in getting your air conditioner working again. They work with 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:

  • Air Conditioner Repairs
  • AC Condenser Freeze Ups
  • Air Conditioning That Blow Hot Air
  • Zoned Cooling Problems
  • Heat Pump Repairs
  • Ductless AC Repairs
  • Duct Repair & Installations
  • 2nd Opinion Price Quotes
  • and more

We handle all types of heating problems like:

  • Oil Boiler Repairs
  • Oil Furnace Repairs
  • Propane Heater Repairs
  • Ductless Heating Repairs
  • Gas Furnace Repairs
  • Gas Boiler Repair
  • Central Heating Systems
  • Heat Pump Repairs
  • Hydronic Heating Systems
  • Radiant Floor Heating

Signs Your Air Conditioner Needs to Be Repaired

Nobody ever wants to deal with a scorching home with a broken air conditioner. In this situation you might be tempted to trying to fix the AC yourself. However, keep in mind that a HVAC repairman will have all the experience needed to make the fix. Additionally, hiring a professional will save time and your repair will be done correctly. Knowing what needs to be handled by a trained technician can help you save your sanity and your time. The following tips discuss some of common air conditioning repair we see.

Does Your Home Or Air Conditioner Have Electricity?

Often times, our service technicians are called to a house that has no power. This is embarrassing and it results in some tensions when the repairman needs to collect payment for a service call just to say, "Call us back when the power comes on." See to it that you have power to your air conditioning system prior to calling for a repair.

Increasing Electrical Bills

Does it seem like your energy bills are constantly on the rise? Does each summer season bring outrageous cooling bills? While electricity rates tend to go up in lieu of down, the increases should not be terribly dramatic. Heating and cooling bills are a major component of most household's budget. However if these bills grow excessively, it may be indicator that your HVAC system ought to be replaced.

Unequal Cooling

Do hot spots in your house encourage you to remain in different parts of the home due to the fact that they are more comfy? Are there rooms at home that don't seem to get cool whatsoever? Uneven cooling is a clear sign of inefficient ac system operation. It is true that direct sunlight and second-story areas tend to be hotter than other areas of the home. However, an efficient A/C system should be able to make them comfortable.

Frequent Cycling On And Off

A cooling system that continuously cycles on and off is not typical. In fact, this can trigger damage to your air conditioner. To prevent further issues, we recommend that the air conditioner be turned off. In most cases this problem is caused by a faulty control board or relay problem.

Strange Sounds Come From Your Air Conditioner

Of the different unusual sounds an AC can make, rattling is among the most common. We have often make service calls for rattling air conditioning. If you start hearing your air conditioner rattle, get in touch with 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. Rattles typically come from panels like this. In certain cases the panels on the cabinet housing the condenser or the evaporator will become dislodged as a result of screws that have loosened or weren't screwed tight enough after the panel was opened. Before taking into consideration other issues, make sure the panels are secure.

Loose dirt and debris in the unit can make strange sounds. The inside of the air conditioner should be kept as clean. Leaves, sticks, gravel and dirt can enter the cooling system if the area around it is not kept clean. This requires immediate attention. Debris can damage air conditioning parts. Therefore, it is a good idea to find out how the debris got inside to stop it from happening again.

We service the following nearby areas: Bordentown, Crosswicks, Florence, Pennington, Princeton, Princeton Junction, Roebling, Titusville, Trenton, Windsor and all surrounding neighborhoods and towns

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(609) 948-3071