Here at Howard Air Conditioning, we’ve been one of the most trusted A/C companies in Arizona since 1977. All of our experience serving our neighbors has made the community extremely confident in our work, as it should be. People usually contact us first when they need air conditioning repair because we stand behind our work so completely. In the highly unlikely event that there’s an issue with any of the work completed by Howard Air technicians, we’ll return for free to fix the problem.
Since we started providing air conditioning services here in the Phoenix area over 40 years ago, we’ve pretty much seen it all. We’ll be able to diagnose and repair almost any kind of problem you’re having with your air conditioner. Still, there are a few different types of issues that seem much more common than others.
If you notice that your air conditioning just can’t keep up with its job on a hot summer’s day, that may mean that it doesn’t have quite as much refrigerant as it once did. Refrigerant leaks are common problems in air conditioners, but finding them can often be challenging because there are so many different places in which they might occur. It will be almost impossible to find or repair a refrigerant leak by yourself, which is why it’s important to contact a professional. Refrigerant leaks lead to a shortage throughout your entire system and will eventually make it impossible for your air conditioning system to function correctly.
The compressor in your air conditioning system is every bit as important as the refrigerant itself, since this is what’s responsible for pressurizing the refrigerant as it captures and releases heat, cooling your home. The compressor relies on many different electrical wires, its own motor, and some other components. Since these components are so complex and integral to your air conditioner’s activities, they may eventually wear out from extended use. Like refrigerant leaks, these problems may be so complicated and potentially dangerous that you won’t be able to address them unless you’re a highly trained HVAC contractor.
In addition to the condenser fan in your outdoor unit, there’s also an evaporator fan in the indoor unit. The evaporator fan is also known as the blower. These fans push heat out of your home and blow cool air into your ductwork. If either one of them stops working, your air conditioning system won’t be able to function.
The number one way you’ll know your air conditioning system needs service is that your home is too hot and won’t cool down. Ideally, though, you’d be able to address air conditioning problems before it gets to that point. Be mindful of anything unusual when it comes to your HVAC system. For example, any strange smells or noises are signs that something is going on with your system and time for A/C repair.
No matter what’s wrong with your air conditioner, our experienced technicians from Howard Air will get your home comfortable again as soon as possible. We’ve received service awards such as the Angie’s List Super Service Award, the BBB Torch Award for Ethics, and recognition as an APS Top 5 Contractor. Schedule service today to see why!