Air Conditioning Repair
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In Greenville, SC, if you've ever come home to a house that's hotter than it is outside, you know the value of air conditioning repair.
Precision Heating & Cooling won't leave you out in the heat. When your AC is broken, we understand it's an emergency that can't wait a week for a repairman. Our 24/7 emergency services ensure you'll stay cool day and night, all year long.
Four Signs Your AC Needs Repair
If you feel like you're living on the surface of the sun while the AC is on, you don't need our help to figure out it's not working. The good news is that there are other signs of coming repair needs that you might notice before your machine goes kaput, allowing you to plan a repair or replacement when you're not already dying of the heat.
Call Precision Today
If you notice warm air, reduced air, odors or moisture, call 864-876-2034 immediately. Remember, we have 24/7 Emergency Service and we're committed to your complete satisfaction. There's no reason to be uncomfortable when a quality repair is around the corner!
Your air conditioner should be replaced every 10 to 15 years. If your air conditioner is 10 years old or older, it may not be worth the money to repair it unless the problem is minor, such as a worn fan belt or a clogged condenser unit. Even so, you should have your AC unit and the ducts that distribute your cold air inspected each year by a professional HVAC specialist.
Depending on the size of the unit, a new AC condenser might cost anywhere from $850 to $2,700. The average cost of expert labor to install it is $1,750. The job will take most professionals roughly four hours to finish.
First and foremost, make sure your air filter is clean. If your filter is dirty or blocked with dust and dander, replace it. Your air conditioner is "suffocated" by a filthy filter. The amount of air your air conditioner can breathe is limited by the dirt.
Check your thermostat's settings next. Many service visits to fix an air conditioner that "isn't running" result in a discovery that the homeowner forgot to change the thermostat from HEAT to COOL. It happens frequently, especially as the seasons change from heating to cooling.
You should also examine your outside unit. If there is a coating of dirt on the outside of the device, clean it with a hose on a soft setting. Even leaves or branches lodged in the condenser coils may wreak havoc on your air conditioner. Keep the area clear around your condenser.