When it gets hot, air conditioning helps us keep a cool head. A broken air conditioner, on the other hand, can quickly leave you feeling hot and bothered. And – just like your car – you can overheat if you aren’t careful.
Common air conditioning problems include:
Weak airflow in you’re A/C system can be caused by a loose hose, broken ventilation fan, busted seals, or a buildup of mold or mildew.
Schedule a performance inspection or air conditioning service.
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If your A/C feels a little too warm, it could be that you have a clog, leak, or other damage that could lead to larger, more expensive repairs. The sooner we catch some of these problems, the lower the cost of the repair.
We recommend bringing your car by the shop for an inspection as soon as you can. Or, you can call or schedule ahead.
Have you noticed an odor coming from your air conditioner vents? We’ll quickly look at the common causes, find the source of the smell, and get you back on the road feeling fresh.
Schedule time for your AC repair, or – if the smell is just too much to bear – you can stop by during business hours and we’ll try to squeeze you in as soon as possible.
Whether you’re returning to your car after a long day or your work keeps you in your vehicle for hours in the heat, there’s no replacement for air conditioning that actually works.