Do you enjoy being hot and sticky in your house all summer? We didn’t think so. If your air conditioner is malfunctioning, leaving you uncomfortable in your own home, it’s crucial to have it repaired immediately to restore comfort to your house. Call our technicians at Crowe’s Comfort Solutions for appointments in Richmond Hill, GA. We will send a uniformed professional to your house so you know it’s our trustworthy tech entering your home!
Read our testimonials to see why you should call us for AC services.
We provide complete cooling services to Richmond Hill and the surrounding area, including:
- Commercial HVAC services
- Air conditioning repair
- Air conditioning installations
- Air handler services
- Ductless mini split AC services
- Evaporator coil services
- AC refrigerant leak repairs
- Filter replacements
What Impacts the Lifespan of Your Air Conditioner?
How long your air conditioner lasts can depend on a lot of different factors. Some common ones our technicians often look for include:
- The installation. If your unit was not properly installed, it can shorten the lifespan of the system.
- The amount of wear-and-tear. If your unit is working too hard throughout the season, it can lessen its lifespan.
- The climate. If you are enduring extremely hot temperatures, it can take a toll on your unit.
- The air quality. Poor air quality can cause your unit to fail sooner than expected.
AC Issues: Why Isn’t My House Cooling Off?
Is your air conditioner running but your house is still hot? This is a problem our technicians at Crowe’s Comfort Solutions see a lot.
Fortunately, it can be a simple repair. One of the most common reasons for this issue is not having enough refrigerant. If this is the case, our technicians will inspect your unit and recharge your coolant if it’s too low.
If this is not the cause of the issue, then our experts will perform a full inspection and determine the cause.
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Should I Cover My AC Unit in the Winter?
When you prep your house and yard for winter, you might be tempted to put a cover on your air conditioner. While you might be thinking this will prevent debris from getting into your system over the winter months, it can actually put your unit at risk. If you accidentally turn on the system while the cover is still in place it can cause serious damage to your unit.
When spring weather arrives, call our technicians to schedule maintenance services and they will help you remove any debris and other items from your system.