Central Air Repair
Central Air Conditioning Repair
Utah summers are notoriously hot & dry. While July is the hottest standalone month in Utah - temperatures from the months of June through August can reach well over 100 degrees.
During these hot summer months, your home's air conditioning system is putting in overtime.
This also means that while it's the most inopportune time for an a/c issue to arise, it's also the most likely time for issues to occur.
The last thing you want to deal with or find after coming home from a long day of work during the hot summer months is that your home's air conditioning system isn't cooling your house properly.
How do we prevent HVAC system issues and what should you do when an issue does arise?
The best (and most economical) way to address A/C issues is to prevent them from happening in the first place.
While there's no way to 100% guarantee that your system won't experience any issues, the best way to circumvent issues with your HVAC system is to keep it running in optimal condition.
To ensure your system is in optimal running condition, we recommend an a/c tune up before entering the hot summer months.
An HVAC system tune up and inspection not only ensures that each component of your system is functioning properly, but also that it is running as efficiently as possible. This not only helps to save from expensive repair bills, but also high energy bills associated with a system that isn't in optimal running condition.
HVAC System Repairs
While swamp cooler issues are fairly simple to troubleshoot and repair, Central Air systems are much more complicated pieces of machinery.
When HVAC and Central Air issues do arise, we recommend contacting a professional HVAC specialist to inspect and diagnose the issue in order to determine the best course of action for your a/c repair.
When working with the team at Utah HVAC, we will ensure that you are informed throughout the process so that you can make the most informed decision possible.
Repair or Replace?
A properly maintained Central Air system that is properly matched to the cooling needs of the home, can last from 12-15 years, although your mileage can vary greatly depending on a few factors.
Air conditioners are a lot like cars.
Central air repair is an excellent choice in many circumstances. However, there are occasions when investing in a new system is going to save you more cash over the long term.
The good news is our technician will help you through the process of deciding which options is best.
If the system is no longer under warranty and is no longer efficient, it might be time to search for a new, upgraded system which may fit your house far better.
Obviously, there are numerous facts to consider in this decision-making process.
The best way to take advantage of a licensed contractor
When hiring a HVAC repair professional, it is important to realize that there is more to it than cracking open the classifieds and choosing the first one on the list, or perhaps the one using the largest ad.
When you are on a search for an air conditioning contractor, you need to seek opinion of people that have had similar work done.
Here at Utah HVAC we understand what it takes to do the job. Our track record proves it.
When you call for all of your central air needs you will get service you can trust at a price you can afford!