When it gets hot in Indiana, it gets HOT. Being without air conditioning is no laughing matter, and we offer a variety of air conditioning services to help keep you cool. You need to stay comfortable not only for your sanity but also for your health. We promise that we’ll get to you fast whenever you have need of an air conditioning repair. We’ll assess the situation, then let you know what the plan is to get your A/C running again.
When Do I Need Air Conditioning Repair?
If your air conditioner stops working, you can always call us at that point for A/C repair. However, many units will show signs of needing repair before they stop working. If you notice any of these symptoms, call us for A/C repair even if the unit is still blowing cold air. We’ll fix it so you’re never without the climate control you need.
- The air coming out of your vents is lukewarm. Even if it’s still colder than outside, lukewarm air isn’t cold enough to effectively cool your home. When your A/C is blowing cold air, it has to work a lot harder and longer than it should. Call us and we’ll get it blowing cold so it can be more efficient again.
- Your A/C makes unusual sounds. These often mean that something is unbalanced or broken in your unit. We’ll get it all fixed so you can have a quiet, efficient air conditioner once again.
- Your air conditioner doesn’t turn off. Sure, your house is cool, but your A/C needs a break now and then. Otherwise, you risk burning out the motor. We’ll fix things so it works the way it was designed to.
- Your unit turns off and on rapidly. This usually indicates some sort of miscue between the thermostat and the A/C. However, it can burn out your A/C fast. We’ll come to you and figure out what’s gone wrong so your A/C and keep working for years to come.
We never want you to roast! Call us at the first sign of a problem and we’ll get your air conditioning repair completed quickly. We won’t leave until you are in Total Comfort again!
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