Air Conditioning Repair After a Hurricane
Hurricane season in Houston is one of the most stressful and frightening things we have to deal with in our part of the world. In addition to harming your home, windows, and property, a hurricane can wreak havoc on your air conditioning.
Not having a functioning air conditioner makes life uncomfortable really fast. Damage to your air conditioner by a hurricane can be subtle, so it’s essential to have it looked at by an air conditioning repair specialist as soon as possible. A professional inspection can save you a lot of money and frustration in the long run.
What a Hurricane Can Do to Your Air Conditioning
After the storm passes, your air conditioner might not work at all. That’s the most obvious sign that it’s suffered damage. Other damage can be harder to notice.
Air Conditioner Not Cooling as Well
Air Conditioner Makes Strange Noises
Electrical Problems When Running the Air Conditioner
Air Conditioning Service and Repair
Your air conditioner is a complex system with several essential components. Expert HVAC services in Houston include a thorough inspection of your air conditioner. The experienced professionals at John Moore Services have seen it all. From coolant leaks to compressor issues, we look at each element of your air conditioner and diagnose any problems.
Expert AC service in Houston includes:
- Examining the condenser
- Checking for refrigerant leaks
- Inspecting the compressor
- Checking the condenser coil
- Inspecting the capacitor, electromagnet, fan, and relay switches
- Looking for water leaks
- Checking the air ducts
We ensure each element of your AC is operating correctly. We also check the entire system so that each part of your home is cooled effectively.
What to Do if Your Air Conditioner is Beyond Repair
Sometimes an air conditioner has sustained so much damage that it needs to be replaced. This is especially the case for units over 10 years old. An air conditioner has many parts, and damage to multiple areas becomes costly to repair. If the rest of the system has over 10 years of wear and tear, you’ll need more repairs soon.
Some older air conditioners use R-22 refrigerant, which is being phased out. If your unit has been damaged and still uses R-22, then replacing your AC system now makes the most sense.
Whether your AC has suffered damage to a single component or you have an older unit with significant issues, your expert technician will work with you to find the right solution. We’ll present all your options to make the right choice for your system and your budget. If repairs are in order, you just need a tune-up, or if you need to replace your AC, we’ll communicate it clearly.
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