If something not right with your air conditioner try to

  • Take out the batteries frm the remote controll for 2 minutes and then put back and try start again.
  • Disconnect (or switch of the fuse) the ait conditioner from the electricity for 2-4 minutes and try start again.
  • if don´t help, call us!

There are several factors that affect what size and type of a/c unit is most suitable for your home. The only way to ensure you get the ideal solution is to have your home evaluated by a licensed profession

Because all systems and units are different, this depends on various factors including the age of the unit, noise levels, humidity levels, energy costs and how well the unit is functioning for your needs.

If your unit is it making strange noises, isn’t cooling all areas of your home sufficiently, taking longer to cool down, or if your utility bills have gone up for no apparent reason, then you may have a problem that needs service. In most cases, the longer you delay, the worse the problems will get.

If it’s not working, check to ensure that the a/c is turned on. If so, check that the breakers and the disconnects are turned on and be sure the thermostat is set correctly. Also make a note of any strange noises or smells coming from the unit.

Regularly cleaning or replacement of filters helps your a/c operate at peak levels and improves the overall air quality in your home. Therefore, it is important to clean/change filters regularly to ensure proper air flow and to keep your home free from dust, allergens, and germs.

One of the most misinformed air conditioning facts is that it is expensive to run. Although costs can vary drastically from installation to installation and are dependent upon a number of factors, including the running time of the unit and the heating and cooling loads, air conditioning is generally very economical. For additional information on running costs, please contact us today.

Modern units that include heat pumps provide heating in addition to cooling. This is often very economical to run when compared to other forms of heating systems.

The best thing you can do to prolong the life of your system is to have it regularly serviced by a professional. In addition, here are a few tips for easy things you can do to avoid costly air conditioning repair:

  • Keep leaves and debris from collecting around your outdoor air conditioning unit. This simple action prevents dirt from clogging up your system, and keeps airflow paths clear.
  • When arranging furniture layouts and carpeting installations, make sure air grills and ductwork are not blocked.
  • Use blinds and shades on west and south facing windows to keep out heat in the summer.
  • Use programmable thermostats to reduce air conditioning usage when it’s not needed.

An air conditioning system that needs recharging of refrigerant on a regular basis is leaking and needs repair. Leaking refrigerant not only causes your unit to lose cooling capacity and use more energy, it’s also very bad for the environment. Refrigerant gases released into the atmosphere are one of the worst culprits in depleting the ozone layer. Be sure to choose a service provider that uses the latest technology to find refrigerant leaks, since the old methods are very time consuming and will cost you more money.

Depending on your system, it should be serviced a minimum of once a year, with periodic inspections up to 4 times a year. Based on the age, size and usage of your system, our service provider can tailor a service plan to meet your budget requirements and keep your system running reliably.