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Our air conditioning service in Peoria and surrounding areas offer you the ability to ensure that your HVAC system is ready for summer. We recommend that you seek our services in spring, so that when the hot weather hits, your AC unit will perform as expected. As part of our service, we ensure that all components are working, such as the compressor, and change filters so that you can avoid the need for air conditioning repair.
We highly recommend that you get an air conditioning service at least once every year. Given the fact that you will not be using your AC during winter, the last thing that you want to experience is switching on your AC during a heatwave and nothing happening. Scheduling your tune-up and service before the hot weather hits is the perfect way to stay comfortable in your home.
Your typical AC system can last you up to 20 years, but that’s only if it is regularly maintained by professionals. If you don’t get your AC serviced and repaired when needed, it can lead to the system breaking down far sooner than expected, especially in the Phoenix and Peoria area where temperatures can reach over 100℉. Our units have to work overtime and it is important to make sure you take the necessary steps for them to last longer.
You can significantly extend the lifespan of your system by ensuring that you schedule your annual tune-up, and even switching the AC unit on every now and then during winter can assist you in preventing problems that could lead to costly AC repair.

AC Service

That is a great question. Determining the correct air conditioner for your home depends on a number of factors including the size of your home, whether your home has existing ductwork, your energy usage, and the SEER rating of the unit. Buying a unit that is too small or too large will keep you from operating efficiently and can keep your home warmer than you want it to be. For traditional air conditioner installations, the top five brands are: Trane, Amana, Carrier, Lennox, and Rheem. Each brand has its own fans and its own strongpoints.
There could be a few reasons that your AC is leaking.
While a number of things can cause your AC unit to ice up, there are three very common causes for a frozen AC unit.
There are a bunch of reasons that your AC is blowing warm air, even though the thermostat is set to cool. Some are easy problems that have a quick DIY fix, like replacing dirty air filters. Others can be major problems that require repair or even replacement. If none of those seem to be the culprit, then you may have a refrigerant leak. Things to check include:
There are a number of reasons that one room could be warmer than the rest of the house. Many of them have simple solutions. If your air ducts seem fine and none of the below solutions helps fix your temperature issues, you may have a problem with your air balancing. An HVAC company can help determine what issue is causing the balance problems and help correct that issue. Check and correct the following things to see if it fixes the temperature issue:
That depends on the size and type of your air conditioner. Costs range from around $2,000 to $10,000, with the average prices being just under $6,000.
We suggest that you service your HVAC system twice a year. We recommend servicing your AC in the late winter/ early spring before you begin to use it for the spring and summer seasons. We recommend servicing your heater in the late summer/ early fall before you use it for the late fall and winter season.
That depends on the type of filter you have, whether you have pets in your home, how much dust you have, and other factors. Generally, we recommend changing filters at least every 90 days and sometimes as often as every 30 days.
Bigger is not always better. If you buy an AC unit that is too big for your home, it will be inefficient and may not eliminate humidity. While it will cool the air quickly, it may not cool it completely. It also causes more wear and tear, which can shorten its lifespan. If you buy an AC unit that is too small, it will not be able to keep up with your cooling demands. It is important to buy a system that is the right size for your home.
HVAC systems usually last from 10 to 15 years, with declines in efficiency and performance as they age. However, some components of your system may last longer. For example, furnaces can last 20 years or more.
Maybe. It is becoming increasingly difficult to find Freon-22 to replace leaks in systems. Freon-22 has been replaced by Freon R-410A. When you can get Freon-22, its costs can be prohibitive. For many people, it may be less expensive to replace a system than to fix a leak and recharge it.
It depends. If you are replacing an older system that uses Freon F-22 or have a SEER of 10 or less, you will not be able to find matching parts. The Freon type and SEER rating of your indoor and outdoor units need to match.
Yes, you can install filtration and air purification systems in your air conditioner system.
Not necessarily. Debris should not build up in a properly maintained, properly closed system. However, if you have not maintained the system or if there was any problem with the duct work, registers, grilles, or diffusers, then you may need duct cleaning.

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