Residential AC Repair in Wilmington, OH

Residential Air Conditioner Repair Services in Wilmington, OH

Are you having problems with a residential air conditioning system? If so, don’t wait for your AC problem to become an expensive, sweaty mess. Home comfort and tremendous relief are always a fast and easy phone call away when you choose Wilmington Heating & Cooling. When you reach out to us, we take your A/C repair call seriously. We can send a trained expert to your home to get to the bottom of your problem right away.

Regardless of whether your AC is short cycling, blowing warm air, making funny noises, or something else — you should call us right away. We can come out and perform expert A/C diagnostics that are obligation-free and, if you’d like, repair your home cooling system on the spot without leaving. We repair AC fan motors, AC evaporator coils, AC condensers, AC compressors, and electrical problems. We check A/C refrigerant levels, fix leaks, and recharge the refrigerant. In addition, we can replace your air filters. We are your one-stop HVAC shop in Wilmington and surrounding Southwest Ohio communities.

We Repair All Cooling Systems in Wilmington, OH Area

To figure out the exact problem with your home cooling unit, the best thing you can do is have us perform a Service Call right away!  We carefully check all your seals, lines, belts, and hoses in addition to any other related equipment. We use the latest technology to assess your AC compressor, condenser, fan motor, refrigerant levels, and more to figure out exactly what isn’t working properly. After we correctly identify the problem, we explain your options for resolving it. Ultimately, you won’t be in any way obligated to have us repair the problem.

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Top 4 Signs Your A/C Needs Repaired

If your A/C is underperforming or having problems, you need to figure out exactly what’s going on, so you make the proper repairs. Here are the top 4 reasons why homeowners schedule repair services:

Blowing Warm Air

If your home cooling system is blowing warm air, it might indicate you have a busted AC compressor. It could also be from an A/C refrigerant leak. Neither of these issues is impossible to repair and might be less than you’d expect. However, you will have to address the problem before you can use your system at total capacity.

Moisture Around Equipment

If you see any moisture or observe leaks around your AC unit, you have a problem. However, it could be a minor problem like a block in the drain tube that drains condensation from the unit. This isn’t an emergency. However, you will want to fix it to prevent mold growth. On the other hand, sometimes moisture build-up can indicate a refrigerant leak, which is something serious. In either case, homeowners should address moisture issues quickly to prevent further problems.

Strange Sounds or Smells

Your home cooling system should run fairly quietly and without any strange smells emanating from it. While you should notice a sound from the motor, you should not hear grinding, grating, squealing, or other loud unusual noises. Moreover, smells of burning are serious and musty smells could indicate mold issues, both of which are serious. If you have issues with strange sounds or unusual smells, you should call us right away.

High Levels of Humidity

One of your home cooling system’s tasks is to pull humidity from the air in your home. If you are noticing water pooling around your windows or you notice a sticky feeling to the air in your home, it’s a good sign that your air conditioner isn’t functioning properly. If your humidity is high, call us today to figure out if you have a problem.

24/7 Emergency Air Conditioner Repair in Wilmington, OH

Why lose your cool over an A/C problem when affordable help is a fast and simple phone call away? If your home cooling system isn’t working properly and you’re beginning to sweat the heat — call us today. You can call us anytime for any sort of HVAC emergency, whether it’s a problem with your coils, condenser, fan motor, compressor, drainage, refrigerant, sensors or an electrical issue. We are open 365 days a year with extended hours of customer service.

With temperatures averaging in the 90s during the summer, we understand how air conditioning problems can become emergencies that require immediate attention. At Wilmington Heating & Cooling, we take your home comfort to heart and keep you cool when it’s hot outside.

General AC Repair FAQ

When should I replace my A/C?

Knowing when to replace a home cooling system is essential. If your A/C is more than ten years old, it’s time to begin to plan for replacement. Typically, home cooling systems don’t last longer than 15 to 20 years. One of the symptoms your air conditioner might be due for replacement is increased home cooling or energy costs.

Additionally, if repairs have become more frequent or expensive, you might want to go ahead and install a new system rather than continuing to put money in one that’s going to need to be replaced sooner or later.

How can I tell if my A/C is broken?

If your air conditioner isn’t working, check your unit’s power source first. You also need to check your thermostat. If all these are fine, keep in mind you also need to be checking and replacing your air filters often to maintain airflow. You also need to keep the condensate drain clear to allow condensation to drain from the unit. If this doesn’t resolve the problem and your air conditioner still has issues, give us a call right away so we can help you out.

Why is My A/C Freezing up?

The majority of A/C freeze-ups are usually caused by a lack of airflow to the evaporator coils or low refrigerant levels. If your A/C is freezing up, you should turn off the unit right away to prevent damage to your compressor. You can troubleshoot the thermostat, air filter, and vents but if it’s anything else, you probably want to use a professional to help you resolve it. We can recharge refrigerant and check your fan and evaporator coils or run diagnostics to figure out if it’s something else.

Get the Comfort You Want With HVAC Financing

Installing a new air conditioning unit or heating system is a major purchase. Because home heating and cooling units are made strong and designed to last a long time and provide you comfort throughout your home around the clock, they can be expensive. Wilmington Heating & Cooling offers simple, straightforward HVAC finance options so you can finance your new HVAC unit and pay over time.

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