HVAC Services in Maricopa, AZ
Maricopa, AZ, a town located in Pinal County, not Maricopa County. It is the largest incorporated area in Pinal County, and a significant part of the greater Phoenix metropolitan area. Residents of Maricopa have been using the services of Worlock Air Conditioning for over three decades. Worlock Air Conditioning was established in 1987 and is a locally owned and operated company. Since that time, we have earned a reputation as one of the best HVAC companies in the area. We have built that reputation by providing the finest in customer service. We treat our customers like we would want someone to treat our families. That means we show up on time, treat you honestly, respect your budget, and strive to make repairs affordable.
Full-Service HVAC Company
Worlock Air Conditioning is a full-service HVAC company, handling installation, repair, service, and maintenance. Our highly trained HVAC technicians work on all aspects of home heating and cooling, including:
- Air Conditioners
- Split AC Units
- Heat Pumps
- Swamp Cooler
- Pool Heaters
- Hot Water Heaters
One of the things we stress to our customers is how important it is to get regular service on your air conditioners. Yearly maintenance can extend the life of your AC system, help prevent unexpected breakdowns, and even improve the efficiency of your system. You should have your AC serviced at least once a year. We suggest scheduling service at the beginning of each spring/summer season, but you can schedule your yearly service any time.
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During a routine service call, we take care of cleaning your system, make sure fluid levels are correct, check coolant levels, look at your ducts, and look for worm or damaged parts. You can expect the technician to:
- Test the thermometer
- Clean the evaporator coils
- Clean the condenser coils
- Inspect and comb the fins if airflow is blocked
- Inspect and oil the motor and other moving parts
- Replace worn, damaged, or old belts
- Replace air filters
- Check the ducts for leaks and sealing leaks
- Test for coolant leaks, fixing leaks, and recharging coolants
- Test and clean electrical connections
- Inspect and clean the condensate drain
- Make note of worn or damaged parts, and recommend replacement or repair as needed