Air Conditioning Repair
Queen Creek Arizona
Air Conditioning Repair Queen Creek Arizona - We also service the cities of mesa, tempe, gilbert, gold canyon, scottsdale, chandler, peoria, glendale, phoenix, florence, and apache junction.
At last, experience professional Air Conditioning Services in Queen Creek at LOW prices!
* No Travel Time Charges.
* No Extra Charge Evenings and weekends.
* Service Call: Just $59.95
* Licensed, Bonded, and Insured For Your Protection!
* Parts Available For Do-It-Yourselfers.
* One Year Warranty on ALL Work.
A/C Tip: Was your air conditioning compressor recently diagnosed as being bad? If so, it might pay to get a second opinion. The
air conditioning compressor
is often mis-diagnosed, and it's a very costly repair. Many times it's just a loose wire, a faulty capacitor, or a compressor that is stuck and needs to be freed. Unfortunately for the customer, there are many inexperienced technicians that don't thoroughly inspect or troubleshoot the compressor. Most of the time these technicians will recommend replacing your unit which can fatten the technicians wallet through bonuses that his ac company pays out for a new installation lead. Visit our air conditioning compressor link above to learn more.
Air Conditioning Repair Queen Creek Arizona
10,000 + Delighted Customers Served!
1334 W. Pepper Pl
Mesa, Arizona 85201
Service Technician Calls
Service Call: Customer said we were recommended by a friend of his and would like an ac inspection.
Air Conditioning Inspection: This was a York unit. Everything operated normally. No problems found.
Location: San Tan Valley, AZ.
Service Call: Customer states he would like an A/C Inspection.
Air conditioning Inspection: It was found that the compressor wasn't starting and running due to a faulty run cap. Quoted customer for repair and upon authorization, replaced part. Unit operates normally.
Service Call: Customer states that his unit is not cooling.
A/C Repair: System had low pressures due to a lack of refrigerant. Unit was topped off with freon R22 and added a leak seal as per customer request. Unit operates and cools.
Service Call: Customer states that his unit is cooling, but not down to the desired temperature at thermostat.
A/C Repair: System had lower than normal pressures at the indoor coil due to a constriction in the metering device. This wouldn't allow the proper flow of refrigerant to enter the evaporator coil. Part was replaced and unit operates normally.
Location: Air Conditioning Repair Queen Creek Arizona
Service Call: Customer is selling her rental home and wants an inspection on her air conditioning system.
A/C Service: This split system Airflow unit is in good working order. Recommended replacing the missing Arma-flex (insulation) on the suction line near the condensing unit, as home inspectors will ALWAYS write this up if it's corroded or missing. This small portion of piping insulation at the condensing unit has very little to do with the operational functionality or efficiency of the unit. However, if your selling your home, a home inspector will undoubtedly make you replace it.
A good tip: If you are considering buying a new home, call a licensed air conditioning contractor to inspect the home's A/C Unit prior to your purchasing decision. This could potentially save you thousands of dollars, as their are plenty of folks out their that sell their homes due to major and expensive air conditioning problems, and unfortunately, home inspectors do not always catch all the problems, as this is not their field of expertise.
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