Having problems with your air conditioning or heating unit?
Our certified trained technicians can quickly diagnose and repair your HVAC system and get you back up and running fast. Call us at (909) 883-8827 so we can dispatch one of our technicians to your location.
Fast Professional Yucaipa HVAC Services
Our family-owned and operated company works with residential and commercial customers throughout the Inland Empire. We have been voted “Favorite Air Conditioning & Heating Company” by the readers of the Redlands Daily Facts several years in a row. With more than 36-years in business, you will see why people of Yucaipa trust us.
Issues Affecting Your AC Unit
Forgoing Annual Maintenance – Forgoing annual maintenance puts your AC at risk. While it might start the warm months fine, you might have an underlying issue that you won’t know about until it becomes a more significant problem that can cause your AC to stop working. When that happens, it can be a more serious issue, and you will want a Yucaipa AC repair specialist to take a look.
Fan Motor is Failing – Dirt and other debris can build up in the outside unit, causing the fan motor to start to fail. You might notice that the fan doesn’t start or stop properly, or that the fan moves very slowly. If the fan doesn’t move at all, however, it could mean that the capacitor is actually to blame.
Broken Fan Blades – The fan blades in the outdoor unit can get damaged by debris getting stuck in it. Should this happen, the blades can’t blow air properly. Damaged blades should be replaced. You can also help to prevent the issue by keeping the area around your outdoor unit clean.
Home Not Staying Cool – If you’re not getting cold air, you could be dealing with one of many different issues. Common causes of warm air include a failed compressor and frozen coils. Our air conditioning repair technicians in Yucaipa can quickly fix these issues.
Circuit Breaker – A circuit breaker issue can cause serious problems. For one, the breaker may trip frequently. A faulty circuit breaker could harm your air conditioner. There is also a risk of an electrical fire if the issue isn’t dealt with.
Broken Thermostat – A bad thermostat prevents you from being able to control your AC unit. There could be dust inside or the wiring might be bad. You might have a blown a fuse or the thermostat might not be adequately powered. For newer thermostats, the batteries may have died.
Refrigerant is Leaking – If your air conditioner is leaking coolant, eventually the refrigerant level will get too low. This means your air conditioner won’t be able to cool the air, resulting in warm air being blown into your home.
Frozen Coils – Low refrigerant, dirty evaporator coils, and reduced airflow can all cause the coils to freeze over. Frozen coils can cause compressor failure, so shut your unit off and schedule an appointment for repair right away.
Clogged/Dirty Air Filter – Air filters are designed to remove dirt, dust, allergens, and other debris from the air before it goes into your furnace. If the filter is dirty, air can’t get through it, which can stress your furnace. Make sure to check and change your filter regularly.
Thermostat Issues – A furnace that isn’t producing heat may be the result of a wrong setting on your thermostat. If you have a gas furnace, the pilot light may have gotten blown out, meaning that it can’t produce heat. If you have an electric heater, the ignition may be faulty.
No Heat – All rooms should reach the same temperature. If they aren’t, you may have a leak in your ductwork that causing the ducts to lose heat before that heat reaches the affected rooms.
Odd Sounds from Furnace – Any strange sounds coming from your furnace shouldn’t be ignored. Things like rattling or banging could mean you have loose parts. There could also be a more severe issue, such a broken heat exchanger.
Broken Fan – The fan should only be running when the furnace is. If it is continuously running, there may be an issue with your thermostat. The fan running constantly can also increase your monthly bills.
Furnace Nonstop Cycling – Your furnace should only turn on when the home needs to be heated and shut off when the set temperature is reached. If it’s cycling more often than it should, you run the risk of the furnace wearing down more quickly. You might have the wrong sized heater, the thermostat may be set in a bad area, or you could have a dirty air filter.
When there’s something wrong with your AC or furnace, you don’t want to let the issue go ignored. Doing so will only lead to significant problems and potentially expensive repairs. If you need help dealing with an AC or furnace issue call us at (909) 883-8827 your Yucaipa, California heating and AC specialists today to schedule your appointment.
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