The Signs Your AC Needs a Repair
Over the years, we've serviced countless AC unit malfunctions. You can count on us to quickly troubleshoot, diagnose, and solve the issue.
Reach out today if your AC unit:
- Won’t turn on or off
- Makes loud noises or vibrates erratically
- Releases hot or warm air when on cooling mode
- Leaks refrigerant or water
Our team will get to the bottom of the problem. We have the techniques and technologies to determine if the issue is with the fan, compressor, evaporator coils, or something else.
Don’t hesitate the next time you have an AC emergency. Get the professional assistance you need.
Get in touch with an air conditioner repair specialist today! Call us or request an appointment online!
Dependable AC Repair for Any Issue
Anyone with an air conditioner knows that spontaneous breakdowns can be quite unnerving. It is sometimes tempting to ignore the problem and hope it goes away. That’s almost always an ill-advised approach. Instead, let our AC repair technicians utilize top-of-the-line tools and training to fix the problem correctly and safely.
Most air conditioning systems are composed of two parts: an indoor unit, which consists of an evaporator coil and fan, and an outdoor unit, which contains a compressor and condenser coils. The evaporator coil absorbs heat from the air, sending it to the outdoor unit. Unfortunately, issues can emerge at any part of this complex process.
If your AC unit is acting up, don’t panic! We can repair:
- Defective fan motors
- Faulty compressors releasing warm air from the supply registers
- Overheating or squealing units
- A condensate drain clogged with algae, dirt, insect nests, or other debris
- Worn-out fan belts
- Shoddy electrical wiring, blown fuses, or tripped circuit breakers
- Leaking refrigerant
- And much more.
While air conditioning systems are designed to work for many years in most conditions, there are times when they may need repair. One of the most common causes of AC malfunction is a dirty air filter preventing proper airflow through your system, leading to higher energy bills and premature breakdown. Whatever the case may be, we are here to help.
The Upsides of Repairs vs. The Upsides of Replacements
It is common to debate repairing a faulty air conditioner vs. replacing the ac altogether. The answer to this question will depend on several factors – from the extent of the damage to the age of your AC unit.
We can help you determine how to proceed by laying out the pros and cons of each decision. If necessary, our technicians can install a replacement AC quickly and affordably.
Whatever you choose, we understand you want a working air conditioner as quickly as possible. Our top priority is to satisfy this need by providing fast and efficient service to restore cool, comfortable air.
Ready to schedule air conditioning repair in Jackson? Call us or schedule an appointment online now!
Air Conditioner Repair | FAQs
How many years does a typical AC unit last?
A typical air conditioning unit can last anywhere from 10 to 15 years, depending on the type of unit and how well it is maintained. If a unit is used frequently and not regularly maintained, its lifespan may be shorter.
On the other hand, if an AC unit is serviced regularly with filter changes and other maintenance checks, its lifespan could exceed 15 years.
It's important to keep in mind that some features of an AC unit will start becoming less efficient even before the entire system needs to be replaced. Things like compressor performance or refrigerant levels can begin to decline after about 8-10 years.
Ultimately, the longevity of your AC unit will depend on the quality of care it receives over time.
How often should my AC be serviced?
AC professionals recommend having your AC serviced once a year, usually sometime in early spring. This will give us an opportunity to check refrigerant levels, air flow, check for refrigerant leaks, and other issues. Essentially, we're getting your AC ready for summer performance.
If we uncover anything that needs to be repaired, you'll have an opportunity to fix it before the heat of the summer.