Your air conditioner is one of those appliance repairs that you never think about until it stops working, which can be a huge problem since many air conditioning units in Tempe will continue working at half or lower capacity before they fully fail. That means you could be paying twice as much as you need to for cool air in your home. This is exactly why you need to have your air conditioner tuned up and inspected in every few years.
The number one major problem with air conditioners in Tempe, AZ is low refrigerant. This happens either when there wasn’t enough refrigerant initially installed or there has been a compromise in one of the components leading to a refrigerant leak. We make sure that all leaks are repaired before recharging your system to its manufacturer specifications. In doing so we are the best AC repair team in Tempe.
Another major issue is electrical control failure. As a unit ages the compressor and fan controls can wear out. Exposed wires can corrode and wire terminals can become disconnected. Any of these issues could prevent your air conditioner from firing up and cooling your home. We inspect and repair all electrical problems that we find as part of our comprehensive repair service.
Our team offers air conditioning repair in Scottsdale, Mesa, and throughout the greater Phoenix area. See our service area or speak with a team member today to learn more.
Our Tempe AC repair team can diagnose and repair small problems that are zapping your system’s efficiency long before they turn into the large problems that result in needing a whole new air conditioner installed in Tempe.
Sensor problems can cause your air conditioner to run at inappropriate times or not run for a long enough period of time to cool your rooms. The thermostat controller could need to be replaced if this is the case. If you are having any issues please call us today for am inspection. We offer fast and honest service and we are the leading air conditioner provider in Tempe.
Replacing your air conditioner’s filter on a regular basis is the best way to keep your unit running longer. A dirty air filter will cause your air handler to work harder to pull clean air into the system. Dirt and debris may also find its way around the filter and into your blower motor. This can lead to excessive wear and tear on the interior of your system and premature blower motor failure.
We suggest changing your air filter once every three months to avoid costly air conditioner repairs. During times of heavy usage you may want to change it even more often to assure efficient quality cooling.
If you haven’t had an air conditioner tune up service in the past two years, it’s time. We can almost assure you that you are wasting money with an inefficient air conditioner. Our maintenance plan will tune it up and keep it running in top form for this summer and the next. Call today to learn more about our air conditioner tune ups, to see if we have any current specials, or to speak with one of Tempe’s most experienced air conditioning specialists.