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We offer emergency and routine air conditioning repair to both residential and commercial areas. Fast, efficient, and always with the highest quality of service. Depend on us to fix your air conditioner any time of the day, any time of the year.
We at Shepherd Heating and Cooling want to exceed customer expectations, that is why we offer 24 hour emergency service and routine preventative care for your heating and cooling system. This way we can keep your system running efficiently and reliably.
Routine Air Conditioner Repair
Routine repair on your air conditioning is important to maintain energy efficiency and prevent your system from breaking, which saves you money. Maintaining your air conditioning system is more than changing a filter. Our experts do a full component check to make sure your system is operating safely, reliably, and efficiently. It is recommended to have your AC system checked in early spring before it is going to be used heavily in the summer.
Common Air Conditioning Problems
Without proper preventative care and regular checkups, your air conditioning system can run into problems that stop your system from working correctly and are costly to repair.
Refrigerant is the chemical that is used to cool the air in your air conditioning system. With low levels of refrigerant it could mean that there is a leak or problem with the air conditioner. It is important to locate and repair any refrigerant leaks.
Outside Fan Doesn't Work
The outside fan takes the hot air from your house to the outside. If this fan is not working correctly, heat cannot be properly transferred and the air compressor runs the risk of overheating and tripping the safety overload.
The Coil Is Frozen
If the coil is frozen it often means that there is a issue with the airflow. This can be caused by dirty air filters restricting airflow, or other obstructions in the air ducts. Occasionally a frozen coil is caused by a lack of refrigerant.
Air conditioners feature a thermostat sensor behind the control panel that measures the temperature of air coming into the evaporated coil. If the sensor were to be knocked out of place, the air conditioner could constantly cycle.