Air Conditioning Repair Services in Dallas, TX
Prescreened Air Conditioning Repair Companies in Dallas, TX
2616 Manor Way
Dallas, TX 75235
126 W Illionis Ave
Dallas, TX 75224
2701 Fondren Drive
Dallas, TX 75206
7002 Lanyon Drive
Dallas, TX 75227
1013 Clear Springs Drive
Desoto, TX 75115
Serving Dallas, TX
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Reviews of Dallas A/C Repair Services
Good experience. Didn't try to over sell additional work.
Wonderful. They installed our unit a couple years ago and we continue using them for check ups.
AirClinic worked me in and was 30 minutes early and willing to complete the job over the weekend. I was concerned when Don R told me it would cost more than the initial quote. It wasn't bad just some ice for his tea. Good sense of humor goes a long way when it's hot. I will call AirClinic for all future AC needs.
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Unscreened HVAC & Air Conditioning Contractors in Dallas, Texas
4743 N. Galloway, Suite 401
Mesquite, TX 75150
2011 Crest Ridge Dr.
Dallas, TX 75228
2300 Valley View Lane, Suite 234
Irving, TX 75062
11312 Lbj Frwy. 600-1165
Dallas, TX 75238
402 E. Highway 121 # 575
Lewisville, TX 75057
Things to Consider Before You Hire an HVAC Contractor To Fix Your A/C:
- Is this an emergency?
- What best describes the nature of the problem?
Unit not running
No air conditioning in one location
No air conditioning in all locations
Not enough cooling in one location
Not enough cooling anywhere
- How old is your current air conditioning system? (in years)
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Dallas A/C Repair
Almost every area of your home requires maintenance. Resealing your deck, re-grouting your tile, and a whole slew of lawn maintenance can take its toll on your daily and seasonal schedule. Some home maintenance, however, though seemingly unimportant, can save you a bunch of headaches and money. When something goes wrong with your air conditioning, it can make your home essentially unlivable in the sweltering heat of an early Dallas summer. Though you may be tempted to take your air conditioning for granted, checking your system is about as simple as home maintenance gets. Throw it on for an hour before summer hits, and you can do you and your home a huge favor.
The Importance of Checking Your Air Conditioning
Naturally, if you catch a problem before you need your air conditioning, you'll avoid enduring an unbearably hot home. While this is no small benefit, you'll also avoid the annual logjam that occurs when hundreds of Dallas homeowners realize their air conditioning has suffered more than dust buildup over the winter. Hit the tail-end of this logjam, and it may be several days before a contractor can get to your home. Plus, you won't have your pick of the many Dallas air conditioning repair professionals, and worse yet, you won't find any deals or discounts that contractors may offer for service in the off-season.
If you do notice something's wrong with your air conditioning, you may be able to troubleshoot some of the simple, common problems. First, you should go outside and check your air condensing unit. Something may have been swept up and blocked the unit's ability to intake air. If you haven't already done so, you should also check and possibly replace or clean your air conditioning filter. More in-depth troubleshooting should probably only be done in accordance to your understanding of your air conditioning system. You may be reluctant to call in a professional, but you can also make the problem worse by overstepping your expertise.
Naturally, the cost of your AC repair will depend on the nature of the problem. Simple repairs that require no replacement parts may cost as little as $50 to $100. Major repairs that include replacing a major component of your system may run a thousand dollars or more. If you run into this situation, you may want to discuss the general condition of your air conditioning unit. It may be wise to completely replace older units. You probably don't want to drop a grand just to have something else to go wrong in the next summer or two. Plus, newer air conditioning models are substantially more energy efficient than the models of the last decade. You'll be doing the environment and your utility bills a favor by replacing your unit.
If at all possible, you should take the time to talk to several contractors before you hire you contractor. While you don't want to hire just anyone, the majority of problems with contractors arise not from shoddy repair work, but communication between the two parties. The $50 to $100 repairs tend to involve little more than the initial fee that contractors charge for coming out to your home. Ask about this fee before a company sends a contractor out to your home. This fee may be unavoidable, particularly if you need someone during peak times, but you should avoid any misunderstandings so things go as smoothly as possible.