During the summertime, it is normal for your air conditioner to be running for the majority of the day. As the weather starts to get warmer, it’s time to get your HVAC systems fixed. We offer dependable air conditioning repair services to prepare your home for the hot months of summer with nice cool air inside.
What Types of Air Conditioning Repair Services Are Available?
Ideally, you should get your air conditioner inspected, cleaned, and repaired twice a year. To make it easy to remember, get your air conditioning inspection done every spring before the temperature really starts to jump. While in the fall, have an HVAC technician inspect your heating system as things cool down.
Fenwick Home Services helps with a variety of air conditioning repair issues. We replace compressors, evaporator fans, or condenser fans. If there is a refrigerant leak, we can fix it for you.
Fan problems usually happen because the condenser fan or evaporator fan has a problem with their belts, motor, or blades. You need both of these fans to work if you want to bring the heat out of your home and push cool air into your ductwork.
Compressors are the heart of any air conditioner, they pump refrigerant through the entire system. Because they consist of a lot of electrical wiring and a motor, they can break even if only one component is faulty. Meanwhile, refrigerant leaks are extremely common but are also extremely tricky to find. At Fenwick Services, our team provides air conditioning repair services that cover all of these needs and more.
The Top Five Signs Your Air Conditioner Should Be Repaired
Ideally, you should get regular maintenance and repair from air conditioning contractors each year. With consistent air conditioning repairs, you can keep your current HVAC system working as effectively as possible. If you do notice any of the following five signs, you may need to consider scheduling a repair or maintenance appointment with our team:
- If you turn down the temperature and the climate in your home stays the same, the thermostat on your air conditioner may be broken.
- When the unit runs continuously without stopping, it is because something is keeping it from maintaining the temperature properly.
- Your air conditioner may be broken if you turn down the temperature, but nothing happens.
- The unit is making funny noises or looks rusted.
- If you have noticed your house seems more humid than normal, your air conditioning system may not be removing moisture correctly and may require a repair.
Air Conditioning Repair & Maintenance Services in Florida
Through Fenwick Services air conditioning repair, you can get the annual maintenance and repair options you need. Like any piece of machinery, air conditioners will last longer if you take care of them correctly. Our team of licensed HVAC contractors also provides dependable air conditioning tune-up and installation services to residents in Florida.
From cleaning evaporator coils to detecting hard-to-find leaks, our team of air conditioning technicians can help you repair your air conditioner in Jacksonville and other areas of Florida.
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