Air Conditioner Maintenance in Coral Springs, FL

Local AC Maintenance Services Near You

Do you want your air conditioner working in peak performance all year round? Aire Serv of Coral Springs is the key to keeping your air conditioner running at optimal levels. Our maintenance and repair services keep it efficient, cost effective, and comfortable for you. Whether it's pre-season testing or emergency repairs, we can help!

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Why choose the air conditioner maintenance experts at Aire Serv of Coral Springs?

With regular tune-ups from our certified technicians, you'll save money on energy bills by ensuring your system performs as efficiently as possible. You’ll also enjoy a longer AC lifespan with less risk of breakdowns and expensive repairs – meaning more peace of mind for you!

Call us or schedule an appointment online for any questions on our air conditioner maintenance services.

Frequently asked questions about air conditioner maintenance

How Can I Tell if My Air Conditioner Is Broken?

If you think your air conditioner may not be working correctly, it’s important to check for any strange noises or odors coming from the unit. If you hear loud grinding or banging sounds, or if there are any strange smells coming from it, then it’s likely that something is wrong and you should call a professional to take a look at it. Additionally, if there seems to be an issue with the airflow or cooling power of your unit, then this could also be indicative of an underlying problem.

When Should I Replace My Air Conditioner?

It’s important to keep an eye on how old your air conditioner is as they typically last between 10 and 15 years depending on how often they are used and how well they have been maintained over the years. If yours is nearing this age range then it may be time to start shopping around for a new one as older units tend to become less efficient over time and require more frequent repairs.

Why Is My Air Conditioner Freezing Up?

An air conditioner can freeze up due to a few different reasons such as low refrigerant levels, blocked filters and/or dirty evaporator coils. If you notice that your unit has started to ice up then it’s best to call in a professional as soon as possible so they can diagnose and fix the problem before it worsens.

Call us orschedule an appointment online to fix your air conditioner today!

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