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Air Conditioner Install, Service and Repair

An air conditioning system is an essential component of a comfortable and healthy living environment. Whether you need a new installation, repair, servicing, or maintenance of your existing air conditioning system, a licensed professional at Onsite can help. We discuss each of these services in detail.

Installation

Installing a new air conditioning system requires careful consideration of several factors, including the size of the area to be cooled, the type of system, and the energy efficiency rating. A licensed professional at Onsite can help you choose the right system for your needs and install it correctly.

During installation, the Onsite professional will:

  • Measure the area to be cooled to determine the appropriate system size.
  • Recommend the most suitable air conditioning system based on your needs and budget.
  • Install the air conditioning system according to manufacturer specifications.
  • Test the system to ensure it is functioning correctly.

Repair

Like all mechanical systems, air conditioning systems may require repair from time to time. Common problems include:

  • Refrigerant leaks
  • Electrical issues
  • Dirty or clogged filters
  • Frozen coils
  • Broken thermostats
  • Malfunctioning fan or blower motor

A licensed Onsite professional can diagnose and repair these and other problems quickly and efficiently.

During the repair process, the Onsite professional will:

  • Inspect the air conditioning system to identify the problem.
  • Recommend the necessary repair or replacement of components.
  • Perform the repair according to manufacturer specifications.
  • Test the system to ensure it is functioning correctly.
Servicing

Regular servicing of your air conditioning system can prevent breakdowns, extend its lifespan, and save you money on energy bills. A licensed Onsite professional can provide a range of servicing options to keep your system running smoothly, including:

  • Cleaning or replacing air filters to improve air quality and system efficiency.
  • Inspecting and cleaning the condenser and evaporator coils to improve efficiency and prevent damage.
  • Lubricating moving parts to reduce wear and tear.
  • Inspecting and testing the electrical connections to prevent damage or fires.
  • Testing and calibrating the thermostat to ensure it is functioning correctly.
  • Testing and monitoring the refrigerant levels to prevent leaks and maintain optimal efficiency.

Maintenance

Regular maintenance of your air conditioning system can help you avoid costly repairs and extend the lifespan of the system. A licensed Onsite professional can perform routine maintenance tasks, such as:

  • Checking and replacing air filters regularly to maintain optimal air quality and system efficiency.
  • Testing and calibrating the thermostat to ensure it is functioning correctly and efficiently.
  • Checking and tightening electrical connections to prevent damage or fires.
  • Testing and monitoring the refrigerant levels to prevent leaks and maintain optimal efficiency.
  • Cleaning and inspecting the condenser and evaporator coils to improve efficiency and prevent damage.
  • Testing and monitoring the system’s performance to detect any potential issues and address them proactively.
  • Providing recommendations for upgrades or replacements to keep your system up-to-date and functioning efficiently.
Conclusion

An air conditioning system is an essential component of a comfortable and healthy living environment. Whether you need a new installation, repair, servicing, or maintenance of your existing air conditioning system, our licensed professional can help ensure that your system is running efficiently and effectively. Regular maintenance and servicing of your system can help extend its lifespan and save you money on energy bills in the long run.

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