Were you expecting to walk into a cool, comfortable house, and instead you were greeted by a hot and sticky home? When your air conditioner unexpectedly breaks down, you need an expert to repair the issue and restore comfort to your house as soon as possible. Call Befort Plumbing & Heating for AC repairs and maintenance in Aurora, CO. A family-owned and operated company, we offer upfront pricing!
Is there moisture pooling around your AC unit? It could be refrigerant. Contact us to let our experts inspect the issue and perform AC refrigerant leak repair services.
Signs Your Air Conditioner Needs Repairs
You want to make sure your air conditioner is working correctly when the heat of summer arrives. Watch for these symptoms that can signal your system needs repairs:
- Your home isn’t cooling to the desired temperature.
- Your unit is producing air that’s room temperature or even warm.
- There is water pooling near your unit, by the drain tube, or under the ducts.
- There are hot and cold spots in your home - meaning your unit is cooling your house unevenly.
- There’s an increase in your monthly utility bills.
- Your unit is aging and nearing the end of its lifespan.
Why AC Maintenance Is Important
Our experts recommend having your air conditioner serviced at least once a year to keep it running effectively. Having an annual tune-up can:
- Keep your unit running efficiently.
- Keep your system running more economically -- with less energy.
- Provide maximum climate control throughout your home.
- Increase your indoor air quality.
- Keep your property and household safe.
Is your air conditioner running but your house is not cooling to the setting on the thermostat? It could signal an issue with your evaporator coil. Contact us for evaporator coil services.
What To Expect During an AC Tune-Up
Scheduling routine maintenance on your air conditioner lets a technician look for issues that could become larger problems later, and ensures your unit is working correctly. During these services an expert will:
- Check the refrigerant level and recharge it as needed.
- Examine the unit for leaks.
- Inspect the air ducts for debris or leaks.
- Ensure the evaporator coil is working as expected.
- Check the electric control sequence and make sure the cooling and heating sequences are not operating at the same time.
- Inspect the electric terminals.
- Examine the motors and apply oil as needed.
- Check the belts.
- Ensure all components are functioning as expected. If there are signs of wear and tear, the technician may recommend replacing them now before they fail later.