With the cold season winding down, homeowners everywhere are beginning to start up their air conditioners for the first time this year. As human beings, we require a comfortable environment to unwind and relax after the workday is over. We rely on our air conditioners to create a comfortable space to share with friends and family while evading the scorching summer sun.
At All American HVAC, we take AC repair seriously because we know your air conditioner is your last line of defense against the seasonal heat that can pose a health risk to young children and seniors living in your home. No other air conditioning service company in the Crown Point, IN, area delivers more thorough and reliable AC maintenance and repair services.
If you need top-notch AC maintenance service at a reasonable price, call All American HVAC today at (219) 690-8930.
When your air conditioner starts behaving strangely, it’s vital to have a reliable professional you can call to inspect and repair any issues that impact the system’s ability to function. People often hesitate to call an HVAC technician when their AC system starts acting up because they don’t have a new repair bill in their budget. However, ignoring problems with your air conditioner will only allow them to worsen and impact other components, which could lead to a complete shutdown of the system.
At All American HVAC, our AC repair specialists work diligently to reverse air conditioner malfunctions and prevent small repairs from becoming larger, more expensive issues. Once you call our office, we’ll send one of our certified technicians to diagnose and fix the problem quickly so you can get your home feeling cool and comfortable again. During the repair visit, they’ll also fix any minor issues they find that may cause problems later.
Some of the most common AC repair issues we handle include:
Many homeowners take their HVAC systems for granted, thinking they require no maintenance or upkeep after the installation is complete. However, the truth is that your HVAC system needs routine maintenance to keep running efficiently and prevent malfunctions. With routine AC servicing from a licensed, certified technician, your system can perform better and last up to ten years longer before it needs replacing.
At All American HVAC, our experienced technicians have the tools and training to inspect any HVAC system and make the necessary adjustments to keep it working dependably for years. When one of our AC experts does a maintenance tune-up on your air conditioner, you can rest assured that your system will work properly and no unexpected issues will prevent you from keeping your home at a comfortable temperature.
Our comprehensive AC maintenance checklist includes:
Air conditioning preventative maintenance ensures your system runs efficiently without wasting energy or causing damage to vital components while running. To keep your AC system running at peak performance, schedule a maintenance appointment with All American HVAC today.
When something goes wrong with the HVAC system, many homeowners’ first instinct is to call an air conditioning service company. Contacting a professional is the best way to ensure your system is operating correctly, but you can try some troubleshooting steps before hiring an HVAC contractor that can save you some time and money. Knowing how to troubleshoot minor problems with your air conditioner can make things much easier for you and your wallet.
Before scheduling an AC repair appointment, take the following steps to troubleshoot issues with your HVAC system:
The condenser coils release the heat absorbed by the refrigerant from the air in your house. If the condenser coils freeze over, they won’t be able to release the heat, and the system won’t function efficiently.
Like the evaporator coil in the indoor unit, condenser coils need consistent airflow to keep them from freezing over. Check your outdoor unit to make sure there’s no debris or plant life blocking its ventilation.
If there doesn’t appear to be a problem with the airflow, the system may be low on refrigerant. A licensed and certified HVAC technician can inspect your system, diagnose the problem, restore the refrigerant levels, and get your air conditioner working again.
We recommend scheduling a maintenance appointment for your air conditioner annually, about two weeks before the warm season, to ensure the system will work efficiently and reliably. You should also have an HVAC professional inspect your furnace every year at the end of the summer for the same reason.