If you’re experiencing an AC unit malfunction, we’ll react promptly and will use the proper tools and equipment to get the job done. Our friendly crew is always punctual and strongly devoted to pleasing each client. From making simple adjustments to complete system overhauls, we deliver a blend of professionalism and honesty. You’ll value our detailed attention and competitive pricing.
Having a broken air cooling appliance can be highly disruptive and inconvenient. We’ll quickly troubleshoot the problem so that you can go back to having a comfortable environment. We service all makes of equipment and have convenient financing available. Please give us a call today for more information.
That is why our technicians are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in the Denver-Metro Area. Below are some of the most common problems we have encountered with furnaces.
Blocked Condensate Drain
Your AC system serves several purposes, like removing humidity. However, if the condensate drain were to become blocked, water damage could be the ultimate result. In other cases, blocked condensate drains could also trigger an overflow switch that will automatically power off the system. Our technicians will clear the condensate drain and recommend it as a part of regular service.
Burned-Out Compressor Motor
The compressor motor is located in the outdoor module of your system. If the motor sounds louder than usual or makes a different sounds when it’s operating, you will need to have service on this component. Regular Maintenance can protect motor life shortening from occurring.
The blower is located in the air handler and is responsible for retrieving and pushing reconditioned air through the supply ducts. The most common issues we have seen are: bad blower motors, unbalanced fans and defective drive belts.
Dirty coils can cause problems in your outdoor module and indoor system. After time, these coils can accumulate buildup that can cause reduced system efficiency by as much as 30%. Our technicians will deliver prompt coil cleaning to resolve the issue.
Refrigerant is an important part in your air conditioner. It is responsible for creating the cool air in your system. You do not want to handle a refrigerant leak yourself. If you suspect your air conditioner’s refrigerant is low, its better four our technician to find and seal the leak than to continue to add refrigerant without repair.
leaking Ducts will not warrant a system failure, but can reduce the overall efficiency of an air conditioning system by as much as 40%. Now Heating & Air will preform an inspection of your ductwork system to determine if duct sealing or insulation will be the best path for improved efficiency.