Air Conditioning Repair in Terre Haute
Your air conditioner plays a vital role in keeping your home or business comfortable, so it makes sense to pay close attention to how well it’s running. Suppose you’ve noticed problems with the way your AC functions, such as not blowing as cold, ignoring your thermostat, turning on and off constantly, unusually high energy bills. In that case, it’s important to take action and get it repaired early, even if it’s still more or less working.
When that time comes, trust the experienced HVAC technicians at Northern Comfort Systems to get it done. We’re available any time, day or night, to repair your AC — whether it’s a mild annoyance or a true emergency in the middle of the night in the height of summer.
Air Conditioning Repair
Your air conditioner uses several components inside and outside of your home to move heat around. By moving heat away from the air inside of your air handler, it provides the cool, refreshing air it then blows through your vents to chill things out. Of course, this means your air conditioner can end up with a number of different problems, and it’s not always readily apparent what’s gone wrong or what needs to be repaired.
Problems affecting an air conditioner can include:
- Heat exchanger problems
- Refrigerant leaks
- Blower problems
- Drainage issues
- Thermostat problems
- Duct blockages or design problems
- Improper sizing
- And more
If you suspect a problem with your air conditioner, don’t hesitate to call Northern Comfort Systems for air conditioning repair in the Terre Haute area. Reach us at 812-235-0710 or online.
Why Repair Quickly?
When it comes to any complex device, early repairs are always going to be cheaper repairs. A small problem almost inevitably grows into a bigger problem when unattended because of further wear on the damaged component, increased stress from working inefficiently, moisture draining where it shouldn’t, etc. Take care of your repairs as soon as possible, and avoid the risk of major repairs — or a total replacement.
Along the same lines of thought as early repairs, we should discuss the importance of preventative maintenance. Every year, you should have a professional come by to tune your air conditioner and identify any budding issues, so they can be corrected while they’re still as small as possible. This significantly reduces the risk of needing major repairs or needing to replace your AC early — it also helps control costs by keeping your unit efficient. You should also keep up with user maintenance, such as replacing or cleaning filters monthly and checking your unit and ducts for dust, moisture, etc.
To learn more about AC maintenance, reach out to Northern Comfort Systems today. Dial (812) 235-0710 to get started.
Why Choose Us for AC Repair in Terre Haute, IN?
By choosing Northern Comfort Systems for your AC repair needs, you can rest easy in the knowledge that your problem will be resolved quickly, thoroughly, and professionally. We understand the importance of being able to trust your HVAC team, which is why we go the extra mile to leave our customers satisfied on every job. By choosing us, you’ll benefit from:
- Affordable services
- 24/7 emergency services available at no extra charge
- Free estimates
- Well-trained, trustworthy technicians
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I avoid needing repairs?
Keeping up with regular maintenance by replacing filters and having a professional tune your system can go a very long way.
Should I replace my unit instead of repairing it?
Replacing your unit makes sense if the repair is massive, your unit is reaching the end of its life span or has required frequent repairs, or if you want the features or efficiency of a new unit. Otherwise, repairs are an acceptable way to keep your system going for years to come.
Can I fix it myself?
Most air conditioner problems aren’t the sort of thing you can easily DIY without specialist knowledge, tools, or components. Check the make sure a breaker didn’t flip if your system isn’t working at all, check your filter to make sure it isn’t blocking your air intake, and make sure your evaporator coils haven’t frozen over due to a drainage issue.