Should you find yourself in the unenviable position of owning a malfunctioning air conditioner – especially in the midst of a Georgia summer – you will want the problem solved right away.
That said, residential AC repair is not always a simple fix. Certainly, there are some easy checks to be made, but there are also problems that require intensive knowledge of residential HVAC technology.
When your home’s HVAC stops kicking out cold air there is a quick checklist to be mindful of:
If none of the options listed above cure your residential air conditioning (AC) repair needs, it’s probably a good idea to call a professional.
There are more steps you could undertake, such as checking for refrigerant leaks, a malfunctioning AC circuit board, capacitor, thermostat or fan motor, but those fixes require more than a cursory knowledge of an air conditioning unit.
If you do find yourself in this situation rest easy in knowing that Conditioned Air Systems offers a knowledgeable and friendly staff of NATE-certified technicians that are always available thanks to our 24-hour, 7-day-a-week staffing. CAS’s state-licensed and insured technicians can repair all HVAC makes and models and will also arrive on time, repair it right, and make sure there are no surprise or hidden costs. They will also be professional and courteous and provide the immediate residential AC repair you require.
“Conditioned Air Systems has done the maintenance work on my home for the past 10 years. They have always done an excellent job and completed the work in a timely manner. They have even come out late at night to fix a frozen line. They’re very timely, courteous and professional.”