Grove City Air Conditioner Repair
You need your air conditioner repaired, right? We have got you. Get ready to work with the best air conditioning contractor near you!
AC Repair & Maintenance
Air Conditioning Repair Service
Having issues with your air conditioner? Don’t worry though, Stringtown Heating & Cooling can help you out. We have a fleet of team members waiting to service you.
If your air conditioning unit is being extremely loud, stopped cooling, or has just shut off altogether, our technicians have handled every problem you can throw at them. We will come out to your property and diagnose your unit to find out what the real problem is before we do any work. After finding out what is actually wrong with your air conditioner, we will go over in detail the next steps to take.
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Grove City Heating & Air Services
What happens if I end up needing my air conditioning system replaced?
Not a problem. We offer full serviced installations and replacements of your air conditioning units. Sometimes things be repaired. Other times the price of repair could make replacing the air conditioner a better and smarter option to go with. Stringtown Heating & Cooling provides free estimates for new equipment installations.
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FAQ Air Conditioning Questions
Here are some of the most common questions asked about air conditioning repairs.
Your AC may be low on refrigerant or, you could have a refrigerant leak, which you’ll need a professional’s help to find and fix. These are two common issues but you would still need a professional to look over the unit to properly diagnose and make sure that is the reason.
Try setting the thermostat fan switch from the “auto” to the “on” position. Feel for air coming out of the vents. If it is in the air conditioning mode, check for ice around the evaporator coil and on the refrigerant lines at the indoor unit. If the fan isn’t working, that can cause the coil to freeze.
Yes, a dirty air filter restricts the flow of cold air, causing it to build up inside the air conditioner and lower the internal temperature. This may cause freezing which can turn into your ac to stop working. If this happens, turn off your system and give us a call. ** We recommend changing your filters every 3-4 months **
A forced air HVAC system simply refers to units that use air to carry warmth throughout a space. Central forced air HVAC systems move air about the house to promote circulation.
Short answer is yes you can. This is not good practice and definitely should not happen. Dirt is one of the biggest issue when it comes to a unit breaking down.