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What can an AC contractor help you with?

AC contractors (also known as AC repairmen or AC technicians) are professionals who are experts in installing, repairing, and performing maintenance on any hardware related to cooling systems found in either homes or commercial properties. When it comes to installation, AC contractors tackle the process of surveying and inspecting setup for a cooling system installation which includes taking measurements, ensuring dwelling capacity needs and de-installing any existing systems. During a repair call from an AC contractor, you can expect a fairly simple find and replace for any faulty parts. Remember: regular maintenance is an important part of keeping your AC system working.

Consider having your system regularly checked by a professional.

When it comes to issues with your cooling system, it’s not a DIY situation. AC contractors are professionals for a reason and it takes a fair amount of training and experience to get to the point where you can reliably perform maintenance and repairs for AC systems. Generally speaking, if you think you need an AC contractor then you probably do. Even if it’s just a routine inspection, it doesn’t hurt to give them a call and have things looked at. But if you hear strange noises, notice unusually high energy bills, feel like the system isn’t cooling properly, have noticed unexplained leaks, or any other odd behavior from your AC system, it’s time to call in an expert.

Luckily, we’ve made that easy for you.

The good news is, most AC problems are common amongst units and systems. Even the most alarming seeming issue has often been tackled before

  • AC not turning on
  • AC not blowing cold air
  • AC freeze ups
  • Refrigerant leaks
  • Odd noises
  • Frozen evaporator coil
  • Drainage problems
  • Water leaks
  • Sensor issues

There are some important things you want to learn from any potential AC contractor before you agree to terms on a job. First and foremost, ask for credentials. Make sure your AC contractor is certified and insured and ask them to provide proof of any claims they make. Next, ask them about their experience and how much experience they have dealing with issues similar to yours. AC contractors sometimes have specialties so if you’ve got a unique problem, make sure your contractor is experienced in it. Ask about costs and exactly what goes into a bill--flat rates, traveling fees, parts and labor. When you can expect to be billed and by what method the invoice will come in. What is their billing protocol for a project that takes longer than the initial quote? And when the project is finished, ask them how to stay in contact and what their policy is for doing any touch-up work or repairs related to the project if something should arise.