Does Your Air Conditioner Need Repairs?

There is nothing worse than a faulty air conditioner during the hot summer months. Is your home’s air conditioner showing the following signs of needing repair?

  • Is the air being pumped out warm instead of cool?
  • Does your air conditioner fail to cool all the rooms in your home?
  • Have you noticed water leaks building up around your air conditioner?
  • Is your air conditioner noisy, or does it emit any odors?
  • Does your air conditioner not work the way it should?
  • Does the air flowing from the vents seem to be dull or compromised?

 

Any of the above are a sign your air conditioner is not functioning at an optimal capacity.

 

Hiring the right technician

Once you have decided that it may be time to have your air conditioning unit serviced, finding an honest and reliable HVAC contractor is important. One Hour Heating and Cooling has a been providing reputable and trusted services to residents of Conklin since 2002.

 

Our technician can be out within one hour to start the process of getting you taken care of. Our certified technician will identify the problem with a thorough inspection of your system. Once they have found the problem they will consult with you on the work that needs to be done. Once agreed upon, our technician will carry out any air conditioning repairs needed to get you up and running again.

 

We’re There When You Need Us

When your air conditioner breaks down, you and your family won’t want to wait for service. And you shouldn’t have to. At One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning, we make every effort to arrive at your home within one hour. We also provide 24/7 emergency services, as well as preventative services that will keep your air conditioner running smoothly for years.

 

We provide you with free estimates before we begin any repair or installation job, so there are never any unhappy surprises.

 

You don’t want your family to suffer through the summer heat. At the first sign of trouble from your HVAC unit, call us at (607) 213-3031.