I have a recurring problem of having to have freon added to my A/C system. I have even replaced both units inside and outside but seem to have the same problem. I believe that it must be in the lines between the outside and inside. Is there anything that can be put into the lines to seal any leaks if this is the problem? If not is it advised that the lines be replaced?
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1/27/2015 Melissa, we are committed to providing the highest level of service and would like to hear more… Melissa, we are committed to providing the highest level of service and would like to hear more about your personal situation. Please email steve, our Customer Relations Specialist at [email protected]nc.net... or give him a call at 925-318-4795. Hopefully, you will give us the opportunity to make this right. Read more
We are large enough to service you with prompt service and best prices, but small enough to provide you with that personalized service you deserve. Our offices serve all of Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Polk, Sarasota, Manatee, Charlotte, Hernando & Citrus counties. Serving Tampa, St Petersburg, Clearwater, Lakeland, Sarasota, Bradenton, Temple Terrace, Brandon, Apollo Beach, Riverview, Valrico, Lithia, Palm Harbor, Plant City, Lutz, Wesley Chapel, Land o Lakes, Port Richey, Spring Hill, and all surrounding areas.
They were quick to come out and diagnose the problem with my furnace, but I thought the estimate of $549 a bit high to replace the circuit board. So called around and found Leo's Appliance in Concord that sells appliance parts and the circuit board was only $90.49 - that is the retail cost to me, so I imagine the wholesale cost is a lot less. So BEWARE of this company since they wanted $500!!! to replace the circuit board which is located right in the front of the furnace - extremely easy to access. I hate it that you cannot trust repair companies. So if money is not a concern for you give them a call as they very prompt and professional and others have been happy with their service
I have a tankless water heater that began to leak. I called around and settled on Bill Howe. Jason came out on Monday and immediately pinpointed the issue. He called the manufacturer, explained what he saw, took a couple of pictures and said he will be back in a couple of days with replacement parts. A few days later Jason called to say he was on his way. He showed up and completed the work in about an hour.
Combined, our people can offer decades worth of HVAC service and installation experience in Tucker, which we bring to every single job we do. Our staff believes wholeheartedly that reliability, passion, and expertise are critical to providing our customers with good service, and we can do that for both residential and commercial clients. For commercial buildings, in which safety and maintenance are key values, we are the best provider for your needs. From weekly safety meetings to provided protective equipment and mandatory site risk assessments, our technicians can install, repair, and maintain all commercial HVAC products under the purview of the very highest safety standards. In addition, we can give you a one-year, 100% Satisfaction Guarantee* on commercial service. Most companies only guarantee their work for the first few months, but we believe that we can, and will, do an exemplary job for all our customers in Tucker.
Waited a week for technician who showed up for less than 15 minutes and told me that my air filters were dirty and I needed to experiment with thermostats to be comfortable. Thermostat shows temp at 75 when set on 71. Did what he instructed and still had problems when I realized unit was short cycling. When I called technician he told me I would have to place a new request for service. He gave me the office number and hung up on me. By the time I called office he had called in and said he refused to come back out. The operator would not give me business owners name and could not tell me why technician refused to return although they did say they would refund the fee for service call. Telephone rep yelled at me.
1/18/2014 Hi Jody M- First, as you pointed out, we were the "Only" company to answer your phone call on the… Hi Jody M- First, as you pointed out, we were the "Only" company to answer your phone call on the weekend & provide service for you on the same day. There is a premium for most any service company to come out afterhours or weekends, and being we are one of the very few companies to offer this service, a higher labor rate is understandable, after all, we have to pay our service persons an overtime rate for such calls.
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Our skilled technicians arrive prepared to handle the scope of even complex malfunctions, with all makes and models of heating and cooling equipment, most often resolving the problem on the spot. For all your HVAC service, repairs, and installations in Livermore, CA, Pleasanton, CA & Dublin, CA, call the team from Miller’s Air Conditioning & Heating!
Commercial HVAC equipment is complex, and necessary for running a commercial building. When you call Apex Energy, Inc. for commercial heating and cooling repairs, maintenance, and installations, you won’t be disappointed. We’re proud to serve residents of Willowbrook, IL. We employ knowledgeable, dependable, and qualified HVAC technicians, so you can feel confident in our services. Call today to learn more or to schedule your next appointment!
Are there watermarks on your ceiling? Visible leaks around your outdoor unit? Has your AC system completely stopped working? If you notice any of these signs, it’s in your best interest to call an AC technician to fix the issue before it causes more problems for you, your AC system, and your home. To learn more about potential AC malfunctions and how we fix AC issues, visit our AC Repair page.
The customer service person on the phone was very pleasant. About an hour later a technician arrived even though it was 9pm at night. The technician seemed very experienced and thorough. He found the problem right away, but spent additional time looking over the entire system to make sure nothing else was causing other problems. He then explained the repair and gave me the price to make the repair, and asked for approval before moving ahead with the repair. The price was very reasonable, and it was repaired within an hour. I highly recommend AND Services!
Some service providers may recommend repairs and maintenance tasks that are not needed. A savvy consumer who has researched how an HVAC system works and is familiar with most common maintenance tasks will quickly know the difference between necessary tasks and add-on services that drain the wallet. If a heating or cooling problem occurs, appliance service manuals typically contain troubleshooting tips and other information that may be helpful in identifying or even resolving the problem without calling a repairman. Online HVAC guides may also be helpful to a consumer who wishes to become more familiar with how an HVAC system works and potential signs of disrepair.
The contactor (relay) and start/run capacitor(s) (see illustration below) fail most often and are inexpensive. So it’s a safe bet to buy and install those parts right away, especially if your air conditioning service unit is older than five years. The condenser fan motor can also fail, but it runs about $150 — hold off buying that unless you’re sure that’s the culprit.