According to a 2015 government survey, 87% of the homes in the United States use air conditioning and 65% of those homes have central air conditioning. Most of the homes with central air conditioning have programmable thermostats, but approximately two-thirds of the homes with central air do not use this feature to make their homes more energy efficient.
As your trusted HVAC service experts since 1960, Miller's Air Conditioning & Heating was established before Livermore became an official city. We have a long-term commitment to the local community and have built solid relationships across generations of families. Family owned and operated, we recognize the importance of an HVAC provider you can always depend on to serve your best interests. At Miller's Air Conditioning & Heating we uphold exacting standards of quality, from the products we recommend and install, to the integrity of workmanship. By refusing to settle, we provide a greater return from all of our services, including new system installation, replacement, seasonal maintenance, and repair of air conditioners, heat pumps, furnaces, ductless units, and attic fans. Whether you’re a first-time homeowner or dissatisfied with the contractors you’ve tried in the past, we’ll make sure Miller's Air Conditioning & Heating satisfies your every expectation.
MacDonald-Miller has developed a unique program to help the Service Department continually evaluate the satisfaction of customers and make ongoing improvements to the level of service provided. Our Customer Experience Commitment encompasses the following elements that help maintain and increase the quality of service delivered by the MacMiller team.
Some types of filters are reusable; others must be replaced. They are available in a variety of types and efficiencies. Clean or replace your air conditioning system's filter or filters every month or two during the cooling season. Filters may need more frequent attention if the air conditioner is in constant use, is subjected to dusty conditions, or you have fur-bearing pets in the house.
Although your AC may continue to work for a time, if you ignore warning signs of air conditioner repair troubles, it can be much more costly to repair in the long term. Diminished cooling capacity not only makes your home uncomfortably warm, but it also raises your utility bills significantly as your unit struggles to maintain the desired temperature ineffectively. A system put under strain is likely to overheat, resulting in major damage. Therefore, it is best to have your air conditioner repaired promptly when you discover signs of trouble.
We are a local, family-owned business that has been serving the Lancaster County area since 1945. For many homeowners, we are their trusted partner for home improvements and repairs, providing certified electrical and plumbing services, home remodeling, and major home appliance sales and service. Our large team of experienced installers, plumbers, electricians, and HVAC repair technicians means you can rely on Brubaker, Inc. to respond quickly for all your home repair needs.
At TML Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning, we understand heating and air conditioning, which is why we back up our work with our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee*. Not only does it show our confidence that you’ll be happy with the furnace repair we have done, it holds us to a higher standard, making certain that we continue to provide you with amazing service without fail. When it’s time to handle any heating and cooling question or concern you have, know that you can trust the team at TML Service Experts regardless of what the Boise weather brings.
“Air conditioners contain refrigerant, which allows the system to run efficiently, releasing heat from the air to cool it. Air conditioners are charged with refrigerant upon installation; a poor charge or a refrigerant leak can cause the system’s refrigerant level to fall below the proper amount. To remedy this, the home AC repair which is performed is a refrigerant recharge, accompanied by fixing the leak if that was the source causing low refrigerant levels.
If the condenser coils are clogged, the compressor can overheat and shut down. You’ll experience intermittent periods of minimal cooling, followed by no cooling. Even if you’re “sure” the condenser coils are clean, clean them again. Turn off the power. Flip the air conditioning service and furnace circuit breakers in your main electrical panel to the “Off” position. Next, turn off the power switch right at the furnace or air handler. Then yank the disconnect block (Photo 1) and clean the condenser coils (Photo 2). If the air conditioning service still doesn’t work properly after you’ve cleaned the condenser coils, installed a new filter and opened all the supply vents, proceed with the following repairs.