Nobody likes the hot and icky feeling of non-climate controlled air during the summer. When your air conditioner breaks down, it’s more than just a minor hassle — it’s time for an air conditioning repair. A sudden spike in humidity or temperature can make things absolutely miserable. We wouldn’t want to be left without air conditioning either. That’s why we offer 24/7 emergency AC repair services.
When your AC is out, our techs will be on the way as soon as you call us.
The type of cooling system you use won’t stop us either. We have experience and training working with traditional HVAC systems, geothermal cooling, reversible heat pumps, and mini-split air conditioners for zoned air conditioning.
Sometimes you need a repair even when your air conditioner hasn’t completely stopped working. Fortunately, cooling systems give off many warning signs of future problems. So be on the lookout for water leaks, odd smells, and strange noises. Other things such as limited airflow or an incorrect thermostat can be a strong sign of further problems.
It’s not all bad news because some of these can be minor fixes.
A repair job should be completed quickly, so we prioritize your time as much as we can. From the moment you call in for service, we do our best to work around your schedule, getting a tech to your home as quickly as possible. Each technician travels with a fully equipped vehicle to ensure that they have all the tools they need to finish the repair with them already.
As a courtesy to you and your home, we start by covering our shoes and the work area to keep things clean during the service. We study the problem first, delivering you a complete estimate of how much a repair will cost. By giving you the price up front we can avoid hidden fees and you’ll know exactly what needs to be done before we start the job. Once we start, we guarantee the quality of service all the way through. Our 100% satisfaction guarantee on our work requires us to make sure we do the highest quality job possible, or we’ll reimburse you the cost.