Expert Air Conditioner Repair
Air Conditioner Repair
Repairing your air conditioner does not have to be a DIY nightmare or an expensive bill where it’s a mystery as to what was actually fixed. Choosing the right air conditioner repair company will give you comfort and peace of mind.
Choosing the right AC repair company
We know it’s never convenient to have your AC breakdown. By choosing Fox Family Heating and air you are guaranteed fast, honest and friendly service. We will get out to your home to diagnose the problem as soon as we possibly can. We are careful and protective of your home by putting on shoe covers and cleaning up after ourselves. Our technicians will always greet you with a smile and clearly communicate what the problem is to you. Before we begin the repair you will be presented with an honest, fair estimate to perform the work.
Types of Air Conditioners we repair
We can work on just about anything. No matter what make or model AC you have in your home we have probably worked on it. With over a decade of combined experience our staff specializes in residential HVAC repair on the following brands:
Trane, Ruud, Rheem, American Standart, Coleman, Amana, York, Carrier, Bryant, Lennox, and Goodman.
Our Repair Diagnosis Process
frequently asked questions
This is a question that has a multitude of answers but in order to troubleshoot the problem, we encourage you to double check a few basics first. Check the batteries in your thermostat. If the AC is not turning on at the thermostat you may have a bad compressor.
Is your AC blowing warm air? If so, you could likely have an impacted air filter or disconnected or damaged duct work. We recommend taking a look at the registers and checking your air filters.
This can happen when you have a clogged filter or a dirty evaporator coil. Another reason could be that your HVAC system is having refrigerant line issues.
That depends on the type of repair. A broken AC can cost anywhere from $100 – $2,000. If the part is easy to replace and inexpensive then it will be on the low end. Othertimes replacing a motor that may be a special order part can be on the higher end.