Home Air Repair in Anthem
Many customers will contact us when they notice warm air blowing from their vents. Two common causes for this are dirty evaporator coils and low refrigerant. Thermostat settings and sensors can sometimes be an issue, too, as can power interruptions to exterior units.
Another indication that you need repairs is higher indoor humidity. A buildup of dirt and debris might restrict airflow, leading to exchange problems with components like the evaporator coils. In some cases, the unit is cooling air too quickly. Calling in a trained technician can help identify and resolve the problem.
Additionally, you’ll want to contact our HVAC technicians when you hear unusual noises from your AC system. While sounds when the AC starts and stops are normal, banging, grinding, and whistling are not.
Noises can signal issues within the system, including:
- Damaged housing or isolation foot
- Loose components
- A frozen compressor
- Component malfunction
- Condenser fan motor issues
While each system is different, trained technicians follow similar steps to ensure a proper AC repair every time. Troubleshooting air and circulation issues start by inspecting filters and vents on systems that use them. If we suspect temperature controls, repairs start by cleaning sensors, checking batteries on wireless thermostats, and verifying calibration on everything. With power problems, technicians check breakers and wire connections before moving onto sensors and switches.
Even if you keep your HVAC system well-maintained, components will wear out over time, especially in Anthem’s warm climate. Many of our home air repair jobs involve older systems with parts past their expected lifespan. Contactors and capacitors see lots of action with each start-up cycle, making them a commonly-replaced component. Compressors, blower or fan motors, and evaporator coils will also need repairs over time.
No matter what AC repair technicians perform, proper service goes beyond repairing or replacing parts. Once the issue gets addressed, cycling the system one or more times verifies the AC is working optimally. The technician will look for other problems interfering with the cooling cycle. They will also inform you about things to monitor to prevent future issues.