Just dial Philadelphia air conditioner repair’s toll free number for any assistance required for servicing or repairing your air conditioner. Your calls are attended round the clock. Same day quick service is assured for all calls from Philadelphia and the adjoining areas. Depending on the severe nature of the work, we shall provide you with immediate emergency service or set up an appointment with you at your own convenient time.
As our valuable customer, you are covered under our low price guarantee policy protection. So, what are you waiting for? Just pick up the phone and call us right now without any hesitation or fear. You can call us round the clock on our toll free number to set up an appointment with us for today or tomorrow. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with a briefing on the repair issue of your air conditioner. Please remember to include in your email, a short account on the repair issue so that we can immediately let you know the proceeds, understanding on your needs and your convenience. Also, include your phone number and name.
The products we fix include: air conditioning and heating repair, replacement, installation. We service all Philadelphia check the list of areas we service.
We work on the following brands: Ducane, Trane, American Standard, Goodman, Carrier, Bryant, Payne, GE, Janitrol, Aprilaire, Fedders, Lennox, Luxaire, Comfortmaker, Tempstar, Amana York, Rheem, Ruud, Armstrong, Heil, and many other brands of air conditioning and heating systems.
We represent all over Philadelphia area; you can refer to the area listings to know about our services. There is also some useful information for you about the AC for learning on maintenance and healthy upkeep of the AC for an enhanced life expectancy. That information can also help you to reduce your utility bills in the way of simple and easy energy conservation methods for efficient day to day handling; you will benefit from the tips and by adopting them, you can save substantial amount of money also. Those are some simple guidance for effective and efficient usage of the AC; however, we are not suggesting you to repair your AC on your own. It is very dangerous to try and repair on your own unless you are familiar and trained to handle electric and gas AC with proper safety and have necessary tools for execution of repairs.
Air conditioners are fairly complex appliances, and require extra care to ensure proper life. For one thing, take care to never run an ac unit when it is less than sixty degrees fahrenheit outside, since the unit may frost up and the motor will burn out. If the unit is running then suddenly quits, wait around five minutes before restarting it back up. This will ensure the unit will not overwork itself and break, which is a common occurrence among AC units. When using a central air conditioner, give it enough time to warm up, typically 24 hours. By doing this, you allow the unit to separate the oil from the refrigerant before cool air is sent out.
As a safety precaution, keep all drapes and curtains away from the window units. An air intake that is blocked by a drape or thick material could overheat and start a fire. It is always a good idea to remove window units in winter, and if you are unable to do that, try and cover them up from the cold, since they can become damaged from ice and snow. Clean the ac filters in a mild detergent and make sure you rinse them well enough when you are done. Doing this reduces the strain on the unit, and provides cleaner air to your home. Additionally it keeps the coils clean so the unit does not overheat or become inefficient. When it is that time of season for air conditioning, make an effort to lubricate the compressor fan at least twice. To find the compressor fan, slide the chassis of the unit out and look for caps or screws. The fan should be located near there. Squeeze five drops of SAE 20 non detergent motor oil for a window unit and 10 drops for a central unit.
Some particular models will need to be removed completely in order for this process to be done, and some models will not even require this extra maintenance, since they are completely sealed and impervious to dust and grime. It is important that while you perform the installation the unit is not connected to any electrical outlets, as taking these units apart while they are plugged in will likely cause a shock. Examine the heating coils on a yearly basis, and if they seem dirty or grimy, take the whole unit apart and clean it all out, since it is highly likely that the entire unit is contaminated as well. Use a damp rag to clean the inside of the unit, and find a mild detergent or a dish soap to clean the extra difficult spots. By using a mild cleanser, you are ensuring that the metal won’t be corroded after it is cleaned. By taking a few extra steps, you can ensure that your appliances will not only run smoothly, they will last longer.
Dennis Hawkins Air conditioning Repair 215 525-6897