Nothing is more frustrating for a homeowner than coming home on a hot summer day to find their air conditioning system isn’t working. The trusted team of technicians at HomeServe of Staten Island is here to help you with all your air conditioning repairs. We provide all types of AC repair services, including emergency repair.
Our team of technicians have been trained to handle all types air conditioning repairs We even keep the most common parts on our trucks to get your unit cooling faster. Some repairs we offer include:
Our team can also help you with air conditioning maintenance and replacement should the need arise.
When you call one of our techs to your home for a repair service, you may want to know what to expect. Our technicians have been trained to do the work needed on your system and some preventative maintenance so you will not have to call them back again.
When they are looking at your air, the first step is to see if there is water dripping. A tech can identify the leakage from tubes of pipes inside the unit. While checking for leaks, techs can also drain and remove all the dirt and debris and clean the AC unit for better performance.
Your AC unit collects a considerable amount of dust and debris when it operates. During a repair call, all the dirt and dust can be removed and cleaned to prevent future problems. The fin needs to be cleaned and washed from any dust and mold buildup. This is done to avoid ice from forming and to keep your AC running cool.
Cleaning mold and dust from the evaporator fan is also done on a repair call. Your tech will do this to ensure your unit is clean and will run properly.
If you do not have the right amount of coolant in your unit, it will not cool your home. When your coolant level is low, your AC will stop working because the cooling coil's temperature drops below the average level. The tech will check your coolant levels and add some if needed to keep that air cool for your family.
As we mentioned above, dirt and dust can cause your AC unit not to work correctly, it can cause your unit to overheat. During a repair service call, the condenser and the coil are cleaned to prevent dust and dirt buildup. Other vital components of the AC unit can also be cleaned if the tech thinks it needs to be done. This can prevent future damage to your unit.
During a service call, the tech will do an overall inspection of your unit to determine your exact problem. They can check significant components such as the fan, motor, coil, compressor, thermostat and inspect them for faults. If any are found, the tech can fix them for you promptly.
HomeServe of Staten Island has years of experience providing quality air conditioning services in Staten Island. If your AC unit is not cooling, give us a call today.