Frequently Asked Questions
How much does an air conditioner repair cost?
AC repair costs vary depending on the issue, labor time, the unit’s warranty status, and the complexity of the repair. We offer free estimates for any system and are available at any time of the day to help. Please call (912) 712-4800
How often should my air conditioner be serviced?
Your AC unit should be serviced every six months. Our Savannah AC technicians recommend paying particular attention to your AC unit in the fall in preparation for wintertime.
Can you fix a leaking air conditioner compressor?
A leaking AC compressor is one of the more complex repairs, requiring special attention and expertise. Consistently higher indoor temperatures can be a strong indicator of a failing compressor. Be wary of adding more refrigerant, which can exacerbate the problem.
Why does it smell when I run my air conditioner?
Strong and abnormal smells from your AC unit can indicate that the insulation on the wires has burned out. Musty odors can signal the presence of microbial growth either in the ductwork or on the unit itself.
Why is my air conditioner making noise?
If your AC unit makes unusual sounds, you may have loose parts. Loose parts, such as a belt slipping out of place, cannot fix themselves and should be attended to before a significant issue arises. Get the expert help you need by calling our local Savannah air conditioner repair team.
Why is my air conditioner airflow weak?
Weak air conditioner airflow could signify a dirty filter, blower wheel, failing motor, or damaged ductwork – all of which can cause your unit’s evaporator coils to freeze. When the coils are frozen, airflow can be restricted.
Is a leaking air-conditioner dangerous?
While a leak in your air conditioner isn’t dangerous, it can cause unwanted damage. Leaks are often an indicator of a refrigerant leak in your AC unit. We recommend calling our professional Savannah AC technicians to handle the repair. While Freon itself is not considered toxic, it becomes a gas at room temperature, and due to oxygen displacement, it could harm living things close to the ground like babies and animals.