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Loma Linda HVAC

Loma Linda Heating and Air Conditioning Repair

 

Is your air conditioner or heater not working correctly?

Nothing is more frustrating than when your air conditioner goes out on you on a hot summer day expect when your heater goes out in the middle of winter. When you have issues with your HVAC system, you want it to be fixed the first time correctly by experts you can trust. Call us, and we will send out one of our certified HVAC technicians to quickly diagnose your issues and make the necessary repairs.

Trustworthy Loma Linda HVAC Services

We install and repair HVAC systems for residential and commercial customers and have been in business for more than 36-years. You will be happy to know we have been voted “Favorite Heating & Air Conditioning Company” by the readers of the San Bernardino Sun.

Whether you need emergency AC repair in Loma Linda or an air conditioning tune-up we are there for you. You can give us a call day or night 365-days a year. If your heating or air conditioner breaks down, we will quickly dispatch one of our technicians to get you back up in the running fast.

Common AC Problems

Refrigerant Leaks – Refrigerant is the liquid in your air conditioner that absorbs warm air so that it can be cooled. A leak, even a small one, results in too little refrigerant in your system, which can result in frozen coils.

Frozen Coils – When the coils freeze, your air conditioner can’t adequately cool the air. You might notice that your home isn’t as cool as it’s supposed to be. Frozen coils can cause serious problems that could damage your air conditioner.

Damaged Fan Blades – Fan blades can become damaged when debris gets into the system. When damaged, the blades can’t correctly move air, which can prevent your air conditioner from properly cooling your home.

Failing Fan Motor – A fan motor can suffer electrical or mechanical issues. Dirt and debris can cause excessive wear and tear. Excess stress can cause the motor to burn out. Broken relays and loose wires can also impact the motor.  

Broken Capacitor – The capacitor is what makes the fan motor work. Too much stress or age can take its toll on the capacitor, which can result in significant issues. If the capacitor breaks, the fan motor won’t work at all, which means the fan won’t work.

Faulty Circuit Breaker -Air conditioners run on electricity. Your air conditioner is connected to the circuit breaker, which helps to prevent power surges from damaging it. If the circuit breaker is faulty, however, it can’t do its job properly. You might notice that the breaker trips frequently. The defective breaker can affect the performance of your air conditioner. Faulty breakers are also a fire hazard and should be addressed as soon as possible to protect your unit and your home.

Broken Thermostat – Sometimes the issue isn’t with the air conditioner, but with the thermostat. Problems with your thermostat can prevent the air conditioner from working properly. Some issues are easy to fix. Some require professional maintenance. If you have a particularly old thermostat, we may recommend replacing it with a newer, programmable model. Our Loma Linda HVAC technicians can go over your available options with you.

Neglecting Annual Check-Up – Neglecting annual maintenance can let issues go undetected, which can lead to more severe issues when you need your air conditioner most.

Common Issues with Furnaces

No Heat from Furnace – When your furnace doesn’t produce heat, your home can become cold reasonably quickly. Several issues can lead to this problem. Some are simple, while others require professional repairs.

Strange Noises – It’s not unusual to hear your furnace start-up or to hear the unit blowing warm air. When it’s making unusual noises, however, that’s a sign of a problem that should be addressed as soon as possible before the cold Loma Linda, California nights.

Blower Won’t Stop – The blower should only run when the furnace is on. If it’s continuously running, you might have the thermostat on the wrong setting. Check to make sure the fan is set to AUTO, not ON. If the fan is correct, you should call in the professionals.

Air Filter is Dirty – When the air filter is dirty, the furnace can’t draw in the air properly. It has to work much harder, which can wear it out faster. Air filters should be changed regularly to avoid this issue.

Electric Ignition – The pilot light or electronic ignition allows your furnace to heat air. When there’s an issue with either of these, your heater won’t work correctly.

When your furnace or air conditioner can’t heat or cool your Loma Linda home as it should, it’s time to call in the professionals. Give us a call to schedule your service appointment today at (909) 883-8827.

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