Air Conditioning Service and Repairs

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Feeling uncomfortable at home? Whether it’s sweltering heat in the summer or bone-chilling cold in the winter, New England weather extremes can make your AC system work overtime. But don’t worry! Sinclaire Home Services specializes in professional air conditioning repair services to ensure your home stays cool and comfortable year-round.

Our expert team is available 24/7 to address any AC issues so you and your family can enjoy optimal comfort regardless of the weather. Don’t let AC troubles disrupt your peace – call us today to schedule your repair service!

Top Signs Your AC Needs Repair

As with anything mechanical, air conditioning systems can falter over time due to regular wear and tear, lack of maintenance, or other factors. Our expert AC repair technicians are trained to spot the most common AC issues, including:

1. Not Cooling 

If your AC is blowing warm air instead of cool, it’s a clear sign that something is amiss. This problem might be due to incorrect thermostat settings or a faulty thermostat. Take a moment to check that your thermostat is set to “Cooling” and the fan is set to “Auto.” If you have a digital thermostat, check whether the batteries need to be replaced.

If these measures are in check and your AC is still not cooling properly, the problem might be due to a clogged air filter. This can seriously damage your AC system and must be dealt with immediately. 

2. Insufficient Cooling 

Is your AC struggling to maintain a comfortable temperature despite running it at maximum settings? This could indicate underlying issues such as clogged air filters or low refrigerant (R22 or R410a) levels. Our HVAC technicians can determine the specific cause by conducting a thorough AC system maintenance check. This involves testing the pressures in your system and adding refrigerant as needed. 

Sometimes repetitive low refrigerant levels may be an indicator that there is a leak in your system. If this is the case, our team can perform an AC leak test to determine the location and severity of the leak and advise accordingly.

3. Water Leaks 

Water leaks can also be a cause for concern, as they can lead to property damage if left unchecked. There are two main types of AC leaks:

  • Condensation leak – When the air conditioner is running, it takes heat and humidity out of the air. This process results in condensation, which AC systems deal with in a number of ways. Some have condensate pumps that move the condensation away to a desired location. But if the pump fails, the water has nowhere to go and eventually spills out into the basement or attic. 

In other systems, the condensation gets deposited into a drain pan and then drained by gravity through tubes, usually to the outside. If the pan or condensate tube gets clogged, the condensation will overflow.

  • Refrigerant Leak – If your AC system is low on refrigerant or running with a clogged air filter, this may cause the coil to freeze up, literally become covered with ice, and stop working. 

If you notice water pooling around your AC unit or dripping from your ceiling, shut it down right away and call us for emergency AC repair. Our team can quickly locate the source of the leak and repair it to prevent further damage. 

Expert AC Technicians

Sinclaire Home Services takes pride in our team of highly skilled AC technicians who are dedicated to delivering top-notch HVAC repair services. All of our technicians are trained in Quality Installation Verification (QIV) through the MA Coolsmart program. This program allows us to check the proper charge and airflow of the AC system and confirm that it is running at peak efficiency.

Whether it’s a minor AC repair or a major overhaul, you can trust our technicians to get the job done right the first time.

Call Us for Professional AC Repair

Don’t let a faulty AC system disrupt your comfort any longer – call Sinclaire Home Services today for prompt air conditioning repair and maintenance!