Air Conditioning Repair Services in Livonia
In Michigan, we may not be in the hottest area of the U.S., but we can still experience high temperatures and humidity that can leave us sweating in minutes. When the weather warms, it is vital that your air conditioning system is up to the task. AC provides a level of comfort that is much appreciated throughout the warmer months. AC also helps to keep those inside a home or building safe, providing a break from the high heat outdoors that could endanger health.
The professionals at Birmingham Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling make sure that your AC system is providing peak performance. You’ll have a reliable cooling source that can keep building occupants and home residents happy. And, when your system is operating efficiently, it can save you money on cooling costs.
Typical Air Conditioning Problems We Can Fix
Our technicians are trained and certified to provide AC repair for residential and commercial properties. We understand how intricate and complex these systems can be. Issues we often repair include:
- Inability to turn on or off. There is nothing worse than going to turn on your AC on for the first time of the season only to find it refuses to do so. The inability to turn it on can be caused by several factors, such as improper or fried wiring, malfunctioning thermostat, or misplacement of the system. On the opposite end, your AC running constantly is also a sign that you need to call in a professional. Your air conditioning system works by providing cool air until a specific temperature is achieved. Even if your system hits this temperature, malfunctioning parts can trick the system into thinking it has to continue running. Continual operation can mean a dramatic increase in your monthly utility bill.
- Any type of leak could mean a serious issue for your system. Leaks can damage the system, as well as the surrounding area, especially if they’re undetected for quite some time. Leaks can be caused by clogs, improper air circulation, or a malfunction of a component within the system.
- Clogged condensation line. Your drain line helps to prevent any build-ups of debris and cooling elements. If this line is clogged, water can start to flow into your drip pan. If the pan becomes too full, excess water can leak out, causing damage to the ceiling or walls.
- As of January 2020, freon is no longer allowed to be used in the U.S. If you have an older system that relies on freon, you may need to consider replacing it with a newer model.
It is important to contact us if you notice any obvious leaks, too. This can mean that your AC system is experiencing significant problems. You should also contact us if you notice a lack of cool air or temperature irregularities as you move from room to room. If there is a spike in your monthly utility bill, this is a clear sign your system is lacking efficiency somewhere.
Contact Us to Learn More
You need reliable cool air, especially in peak summer months. Whether you are looking to cool your home or business, we can help. We provide quality repair work for any type of AC system. We can target problem areas, providing the repairs you need to ensure the long life of your cooling unit. Contact us to schedule any necessary repairs, or if you’d like a detailed maintenance inspection.