Air Conditioning Repair in Arkansas River Valley, Fort Smith, Van Buren, AR, and the Surrounding Areas
Tom’s Heating and Air Conditioning can help homeowners with any problem regarding their air conditioners. Our technicians can get to a site quickly for AC repair at any time of the day. We provide 24-hour service so just give us a call whenever you need help. That’s why you should trust Tom’s Heating & Air Conditioning with your air conditioning repair service. Below are three of the most common issues we encounter on the field.
Clients often complain about noise coming from their AC unit. It is fairly normal for these machines to generate some sound because of moving parts like the fan and motors. However, these are usually quite low and disappear in the background. Excessive noise is a different matter as this could indicate that something is going wrong inside the system. Perhaps the motor or condenser is having problems starting. Technicians will have to investigate and apply the appropriate solution.
There are cases wherein the air conditioner is turned on but it doesn’t provide any cooling at all. Sometimes cold air blows through the air handler but not at the level that users want. Changing the settings doesn’t help at all. This could be an issue with the thermostat with the sensors getting inaccurate readings or simply not getting the right data. It may also be caused by a blockage in the system that’s preventing cold air from getting to the room. Whatever it might be, our technicians will get to the bottom of it.
Soaring Energy Bills
Another troubling issue is the sudden rise in energy bills. Since the cooling system is typically the biggest energy consumer inside a house, it is the prime suspect when this happens. This can happen in old machines as they are on their last legs. For newer systems, there may be other culprits such as a leak in the refrigerant and other issues that affect efficiency. The technicians from Tom’s Heating and Air Conditioning will pinpoint the cause and promptly perform AC repair.