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It's the middle of summer and your air conditioning unit is on the fritz. You've checked the thermostat. You've looked at your AC unit for any signs of debris. But there's nothing – and yet it’s making strange noises or perhaps not working at all. Is it time to call someone for an air conditioning repair, or is this a task you can take on yourself? Here are three times you definitely need to call an AC repairman.
Before calling, your first instinct is probably to check the AC unit for any signs of debris or ice buildup. If you're lucky, you'll be able to find some, remove it, and the problem will be solved. However, if you can't physically see the problem, it could be something deeper – like a refrigerant leak – which you shouldn't handle yourself.
You've turned on the AC unit but the condenser fan won't operate. While you can deal with a problem like this yourself if you're mechanically inclined, the truth is that the motor might need to be replaced, and in that case, you'll want a certified AC technician. You should call to avoid further damage to the unit.
This is the catch all – if you don't know what is wrong with your AC unit, you should call someone for an air conditioning repair. Don't take a risk – get a pro to look for you.
So, if you've decided you need to schedule service for an air conditioning repair or other form of maintenance, contact All City Heat and Air.
All City Heat and Air came out and installed a new system for me 2 years ago. We have had maintenance contracts on the system since then. Their professionalism is what stands out to me about them. It's under a service contract so it's covered by the contract. They come out every 6 months and the price covers the life of the contract.