HVAC Philly AC Repair


Air Conditioning Repair

Having an air conditioning system that you can depend on is crucial when living in the Philadelphia area.  You would not want to arrive home on a humid summer day to a blazing home, rather, you would ideally walk in and feel refreshed.  Unfortunately AC systems do amass problems and can break. Fortunately when that does happen HVAC Philly is just a phone call away for all your air conditioning repair needs!

An air conditioning repair can fluctuate once diagnosed, some are easier to repair and others depend upon more attention or new parts.  It is challenging to know what the cost of a repair will be until a professional AC repair technician is able to check out the system and diagnose the problem.  Before a HVAC Philly technician can perform an air conditioning repair, they will explain in detail to the customer what needs to be done and the estimated cost of the repair. Sometimes the cost of repair can be costly, HVAC Philly has financing available in that case. The more proactive you are, and call for a repair, the better it is for your air conditioning system.  Waiting out the problem could cause more severe and costly issues.

Before Calling for an Air Conditioning Repair

There are a few things you can check for before calling HVAC Philly for an air conditioning repair. Just make sure you or someone you know feel comfortable doing so. We’ve listed below common problems and possible solutions. HVAC Philly would like to reiterate, if you don’t feel confident trying these tips just contact us and our professional service technicians will be happy to help.

If your air conditioner is not cooling, there are many aspects that can be adding to this problem.  Here are a few examples and their suggested solutions:

  • Your circuit breaker may have tripped- try to reset your breaker and see if that resolves the problem.
  • Your thermostat/control might set incorrectly or turned off- check to make sure your thermostat/control is on and set to cool, then reset it to your desired temperature.

Another problem is the air flow might be light, or not blowing at all.  Here are some issues that could cause this, and some favored actions.

  • Your filters might be dirty- You’ll need to check all the filters in each of your system’s components. It is very important to make sure that you are cleaning or replacing your filters as recommended. If the problem persists contact HVAC Philly.
  • Your system may be frozen – again, this could be from dirty filters.  Check your filters, and if they are not clogged contact HVAC Philly because there might be a leak somewhere.

Other problems that may cause you to need an air conditioning repair is if your system is constantly running, or your drain pan is clogged or overflowing.  If you do not feel comfortable doing any of these recommended solutions, give HVAC Philly a call right away and we’ll be happy to execute them for you.  Be sure to leave major air conditioning repairs to a licensed HVAC professional.  Doing a major repair yourself  may cause more damage to your system.

Call when you first notice something is wrong with your system, the sooner that you have your air conditioning repair done, the better for the system and your pocket.  The best way to avoid an air conditioning repair is to make sure that your system is checked annually!

HVAC Philly’s Commitment to You

We take great pride in providing only the highest level of service to our customers across the Philadelphia area. We want you to be completely satisfied with all of the work we do for you, and ensure that you always have a pleasant experience with our company.  Our technicians are trained to work on all types of equipment, so even if we did not install your system for you, we can fix it quickly and easily.

Call our office at (215) 725-6111 to schedule a technician to diagnose the problem, or schedule online.


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