In Brevard County, our summers are long and hot. Your home AC isn’t a luxury in Florida, it’s a necessity. If your air conditioning unit isn’t up to par, you’ll certainly feel it.
As a local company, we know exactly how it feels to go without AC in Florida. If you need your AC system repaired quickly and effectively, let us help. We’re here to get your AC back up and running as quickly as possible so you and your family can be comfortable at home again.
AC Repair Services
Air conditioning units vary widely in their construction, function, and in the intricate details of their mechanics. For some homeowners, that can make it even more difficult to get a proper repair.
With years of industry expertise, our team has gained the knowledge and experience to repair any kind of air conditioning system. No matter what kind of repairs you need or what unit you have, we’ll be able to get your AC back in shape, and your home back to a comfortable place again.
Before we start any work on a residential AC service, we’ll ask you about some of the problems your AC is having so we have a better idea of the sort of repairs you need, or if you need a new AC installation. Once you set up your appointment, we’ll send a licensed technician to your home to fix the issue. We’re available 24/7 for emergency repairs, upon availability and at no extra charge.
We know the key to a successful repair is accurately diagnosing and understanding the problem. During the repair, we’ll look at the ins and outs of your AC unit and determine the cause of the problem. We also take the time to check for any symptoms of issues that could occur down the road and offer guidance on what you can do to extend the life of your unit.
We will never try to sell you something you don’t need. Many AC problems can occur from issues as simple as a clogged drain. With that being said, if you need new parts,or even a new unit altogether, you can trust our experts to repair or replace your machine quickly and affordably.
We’re Your Local, Reliable Repair Team
We can’t stress how important it is to have a trusted local company to rely on for all of your air conditioning needs. As a team serving Brevard County, we understand exactly how much of an issue a non functioning AC system is. We also know which local conditions are more likely to cause repeat issues in your cooling.
Whenever you need a repair, we’re nearby to get repairs done as quickly as possible. We stand behind our work, and our community.
Common Problems with Air Conditioning
Over time, it is normal for air conditioners to experience lessened efficiency or wear and tear. Sometimes parts simply wear out, and those can easily be replaced. However, some issues that cause problems with your air conditioning can be more tricky, while others can be avoided altogether with proper air conditioner maintenance. We’re always happy to help guide our customers on the best practices, and ways to keep your AC working its best.
No matter what kind of repair you need, our expert technicians can take care of it. We also advise regular maintenance so our experts can perform any tune ups you may need to keep your AC working properly and at peak efficiency.
Can You Prevent Some AC issues?
It’s always better to prevent a problem before you need a repair. Even if you still need to repair your AC, here are some tips for the future to keep your cooling system at its best.
Keep your unit clean
In Brevard County, plenty of people have outdoor condenser units. If you also have one, make sure you regularly look at it, and clean the area around it. Any material around it can easily clog the coil and restrict air flow.
Replace your filter
Air filters need to be maintained and regularly replaced. An old, clogged filter isn’t just bad for your air, it’s also bad for your AC, and can ultimately freeze coils.
Look at ducts for airflow issues
Often, when your AC isn’t providing enough cool air, it’s because of the ducts. Look at your ducts for leaks or cracks, and get them replaced if needed.
This is the top preventative measure for any AC issues. Simply schedule an inspection and tune up at least once a year (although we recommend every 6 months), and you’ll save yourself problems in the long run.