Twin Falls Air Conditioning Repair
Though Twin Falls residents enjoy a mostly temperate climate, summer afternoons can get quite hot. During the hottest parts of the year, the last thing you want to deal with is a malfunctioning air conditioner! If your home’s HVAC system stops working and needs quick repairs, you can count on the team at Home Heating & Air Conditioning to get the job done.
Common HVAC Problems
At Home Heating & Air Conditioning, we’ve seen (and heard) it all. Most of our customers call us because of:
- Units that won’t turn on
- Odd noises or out-of-place vibrations that happen during startup or normal operation
- Warm air coming out of supply registers
- Units that hum without fan activation
- Fans that run without a working compressor
- Water accumulating around the unit
If your air conditioner requires routine or emergency service, we’re the company to call. Click here for more details or call to get started.
Why Is the Air Conditioner Not Working?
Though the symptoms listed above are easy to identify, underlying problems are much more difficult to pinpoint. Here, we’ve compiled some of the top reasons for air conditioner malfunctions. Read on to learn how a Home Heating & Air Conditioning technician can get your unit back up and running.
- The unit isn’t getting any power: This problem may be due to a tripped circuit breaker, faulty wiring, or a severely overheated unit that shuts itself off. Our technicians can fix wiring issues, reset circuit breakers, and ensure that the outside portion of the system is getting plenty of air.
- A worn fan belt: Squealing sounds are a great cause for concern, as they may indicate a worn fan belt. If the belt breaks before it’s replaced, it may cause expensive and far-ranging damage. Call us at the first sign of fan belt problems.
- Refrigerant leaks: Hissing sounds are a sure sign of a refrigerant leak. These leaks aren’t just bad for the ecosystem; they’re also an efficiency issue. One of our trained technicians will recharge your HVAC system and, if necessary, replace tubing to keep leaks from reoccurring.
- Frozen evaporator coils: Continual nighttime operation, poor air circulation, and low refrigerant levels are just some of the reasons evaporator coils freeze. When this happens, air supply registers may feel warm to the touch. Turn the unit off and give us a call so we can make the repairs necessary to prevent the problem from reappearing.
- A defective fan motor: This may prevent air from circulating throughout the home. Depending on the nature of the problem, one of our techs may repair or replace the fan motor.
- A faulty compressor: Even though the unit’s fan may be running, the air may feel warm if the compressor isn’t working. The compressor is one of the unit’s costliest components, but sometimes replacement is necessary.
- A clogged condensate drain: Dirt, algae, insects, and debris may gradually plug the condensate drain, leading to the potential for water damage. Our technicians can flush the entire system and use an algaecide to prevent future problems.
When the heat is rising and your home’s AC unit isn’t up to the task, call us for professional, fast, and friendly HVAC repair.
Is It Better to Repair or Replace the Unit?
When we recommend repair or replacement of a residential HVAC unit, we consider these factors.
- Age: If the system is over a decade old and is causing problems, replacement may be more cost-effective than repair.
- Investment: Is a new HVAC system a better long-term investment? A Home Heating & Air Conditioning technician will help you determine the ROI, which will tell you if repair or replacement makes more sense.
- Utility bills: Though some believe they can’t afford a new air conditioning system, it’s surprisingly cost-effective. A more efficient HVAC unit consumes less energy and may help you save on monthly utility bills.
Call us today to find cost-effective, efficient solutions for increased indoor comfort.
Once your new, efficient system has been installed, you’ll want to ensure its continued smooth operation. With our preventive maintenance services and our Comfort Club membership, it’s never been easier to give your HVAC system the preventive maintenance it needs.
Why Choose Us?
At Home Heating & Air Conditioning, we’re always ready to help. We’ll explain your options and make honest recommendations so you can decide what fits your needs and budget. Our technicians are insured and licensed, and we stand behind our materials and workmanship. Fill out our quick online contact form or call today to schedule service in Twin Falls.
Trusted and Highly Trained Technicians
Our highly professional staff is selected based on their commitment to exceptional customer service and personal integrity. All of our employees are required to pass drug tests and background checks. I make sure that I am comfortable with them in my home with my wife and kids before I let them in yours. And after all of this I train them. Each of our employees continuously undergoes extensive training. Our industry is rapidly evolving and service technicians these days are constantly on the cutting edge of science.