When your AC is struggling to keep you cool, call TemperaturePro.
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Is your air conditioner broken? No need to worry! TemperaturePro services and repairs all makes and models.
TemperaturePro provides friendly, reliable, and affordable air conditioning repair services to Ridgeville, South Carolina and the greater Charleston metro area. We’re open 24 hours a day, 7 days per week, so our HVAC technicians are ready to respond even in an emergency.
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Our goal is to make sure you’re comfortable in your home or business. When your AC system begins to malfunction, you can rely on the AC repair experts at TemperaturePro to bring your air conditioner back to healthy working condition.
Struggling AC systems are typically a result of one or two components failing, which means you need replacement parts. Give us a call as soon as you notice something wrong with your AC in order to prevent cascading problems that can escalate to expensive repairs.
Here are a few signs and indicators that your AC system requires repair from a certified HVAC professional:
When your AC system stops cooling and starts blowing warm air, this is a sign your condenser needs repair.
The condenser is the large metal cube that sits outside of your home. When it comes to air conditioning, the condenser is where most of the work cooling your home takes place. Components of a condenser include the refrigerant, compressor, condenser coil, electromagnet, fan, capacitor, relay switches, and more. Depending on the make and model of your system, the mechanics can vary.
If you notice a leak or your condenser makes strange noises when the fan turns on, this is when you should call an AC technician. You don’t want to wait because the issue can worsen beyond repair, at which point you would need to purchase an entirely new system.
Save yourself the time, money, and stress, call TemperaturePro today!
Most likely, your air conditioner will leak water because there is a problem with the condensate drain line.
The condensate drain line is a pipe that directs condensation that fell from the evaporator coil into the drain pan to a drain line in your home, often underneath a sink.
It could also be one of these other issues:
Our AC technicians will not be able to determine the cause of the leak without a visit to your home or business to inspect the unit.
Call TemperaturePro today and one of our HVAC experts will solve the problem with your leaky air conditioner!
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Check out the rest of TemperaturePro’s professional air conditioning services. You can count on our HVAC technicians to provide fast, honest service, no matter your needs.
We offer our air conditioning services to both residential and commercial customers. If you’re experiencing AC issues at your school, university, office, store, medical building, or elsewhere, our HVAC technicians can help.