Air Conditioner Repair and Maintenance in Omaha
There is nothing worse than not having your air conditioner work when you need it most. Over time, the elements can wreak havoc on your cooling system and air conditioning units. If you suspect something is wrong with your system, do not hesitate to reach out to the professionals for air conditioner repair. Whether your AC unit is overheating or has a frozen coil from overuse, Caniglia Heating & Cooling has the technology and know-how to repair your air conditioner and keep your home cool. Let our expert technicians provide the air conditioner repair you need in order to be comfortable in your home.
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Air Conditioning Repair for a Broken AC
A broken AC unit in Omaha can mean more than being a little warm while indoors. Omaha summers are swelteringly hot and humid, and much like a car left in the sun, heat gets trapped in your home without proper ventilation and a working AC. Plus, the motors from fans just add to the stifling heat. If your home needs AC repair, do not wait until the hottest days of the year! Calling as soon as you need a repair means we can keep you cool long before the dog days set in.
Why do air conditioners break?
Generally people end up with a broken AC when they neglect proper regular maintenance. Something as simple as a dirty air filter can have a waterfall effect on the function of your air conditioner. A dirty air filter in your AC unit can clog the airflow through the unit, making cold air sit inside the unit for longer than it is designed to. This lowers the internal temperature to a point that ice can build up on the coils. In addition, the lack of air movement causes your AC to work harder to try and make up the difference, leading to it wearing out much faster.
The Importance of Regular AC Maintenance
Proper AC maintenance can save you from costly repairs later on or having to replace your unit. One of our expert technicians can evaluate the efficiency of your unit and ensure it is functioning properly. From checking and changing your filters, to cleaning out debris from your yard and animals, to checking the airflow in your home, we provide expert AC maintenance to keep your unit running for your home and business.
What does AC Maintenance Involve?
AC maintenance isn’t just for units that need repair. Maintaining a regular tune-up schedule helps your unit continue to perform at peak energy efficiency by cleaning build-up and ensuring all parts are functioning properly. During AC maintenance, filters, coils, condensate drains, oil, thermostat, electric control, and more are checked for efficiency and accuracy. These regular inspections will eventually pay for themselves, as they can improve efficiency, meaning lower energy bills. Not only that, but they will also extend the life of your air conditioning unit and prevent more expensive repairs.
Air conditioning units typically last around 10 years, depending on maintenance and weather conditions. Regular maintenance and tune-ups can add up to 5 years to the life of your AC unit, meaning you could get 15 years out of a well-maintained air conditioner. However, no AC unit lasts forever, and when it’s time to get a new one, you should always call a professional for your AC installation needs. Improper installation can be dangerous and shorten the life of your new unit. At Caniglia Heating & Cooling, our HVAC contractors can provide a quote, guide you through the installation process, and ensure your new AC unit is installed correctly.
Beat the Heat
Heat-related injury, like heat stroke and heat cramps, can happen indoors even in the northernmost states. Caniglia Heating & Cooling provides expert AC repair services and AC maintenance for commercial and residential properties in Omaha, Nebraska and surrounding areas. Caniglia offers 24-hour emergency service for AC repair and furnace repair.
For more information, contact us at 402-204-0813.