Air Conditioner Repair

Summers in Texas can get terribly uncomfortable if you don’t have a good air conditioner installed in your home. All air conditioners are susceptible to developing problems every now and again, though, especially during the summer when demand is highest. The faster an air conditioner gets repaired after it develops a problem, the more damage can be prevented and the better off the system will be. That’s why we offer a full range of air conditioning repair services in Austin.

Austin Air Conditioning Inc. provides comprehensive air conditioning repair services throughout Austin, TX. If you need air conditioning repair services of any kind, contact us today to schedule an appointment with one of our experts. We’ll make sure that your air conditioner is in top shape for keeping you cool and comfortable throughout the summer.

Signs Your Air Conditioner Needs Repairs

We can take care of any issues that your air conditioner develops. However, it’s up to you to know when to call for air conditioning repair services. With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the common signs that your air conditioner is in need of repairs:

  • Odd Noises: You should be familiar with the sounds your air conditioner makes during operation, assuming you’ve used it before. If your system starts making any unusual noises during operation, you should call for repairs right away. What type of problem the system is experiencing depends on the kind of noise.
  • Unusually High Monthly Bills: You should take notice if your monthly air conditioner operating costs start to rise unexpectedly. This indicates that your system is working harder than it should be.
  • Fluid Leaking: There are two kinds of fluid that your air conditioner deals with. The first is condensate, which is the result of the system cooling the air past the dew point. The second is refrigerant, which is required for the system to cool the home. If you notice fluid of any kind leaking from your air conditioner, you should call a professional as soon as possible.
  • Dropping Output: If your air conditioner isn’t blowing enough cool air, it could mean the system is experiencing one of a number of different problems. It might be that you have a refrigerant leak, or that your system’s air handler isn’t functioning properly. Regardless of what’s causing the problem, you should have a professional technician examine the system to resolve it.

"I'm sure glad my HVAC unit went out now!" - said no one

Truth is, there's never a good time for your HVAC to go out.

Time and temperature are your HVAC worst enemies. Left on its own, your unit can have a significantly shorter lifespan resulting in costly and ill-timed repairs.

Trust Us with Your Air Conditioning Repair Needs

Time is of the essence when it comes to protecting your air conditioner from damage. Once you’ve identified that your air conditioner is having issues, don’t wait! Call Austin Air Conditioning Inc. right away, and we’ll take care of all of your air conditioning repair needs. The faster we can get to your air conditioner, the better we can protect it from whatever is causing problems. With our help, your air conditioner can last for many more summers to come. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with one of our expert air conditioning technicians. We’ll make sure that your air conditioner is restored to proper operating condition.

Serving Greater Austin since 1990

(512) 252-7711

Hours: Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 5pm

13620 Immanuel Rd., Pflugerville, TX 78660
License TACLB23145E

Our goal is to ensure the safety of our customers and our employees and are taking all proper precautions to keep everyone’s family safe in this difficult time.

All our employees, including technicians, have been provided proper safety equipment and are practicing social distancing when it comes to any customer interaction.

We are actively performing screening tests and advise any employee to stay home if they have been exposed to any confirmed cases or if they feel sick.

We thank you for your loyalty and are committed to the health and safety of your family.