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Rialto HVAC

Rialto Heating and Air Conditioning Repair


Need your air conditioning or heater fixed right away?

We have technicians available for standard and emergency services 24-hours a day every day of the year. Whether the problem you are having is in a residential or commercial building, we can quickly diagnose the problem and make the necessary repairs.

Honest & Professional Rialto HVAC Services

We have been in business for 36-years and are family-owned and operated. The readers of the San Bernardino Sun voted us “Favorite Heating & Air Conditioning Company” numerous times now. Give us a call and find out why we are rated A+ with the Better Business Bureau.

Common AC Problems

Refrigerant Leaks – A refrigerant leak means there isn’t enough refrigerant in your air conditioner. Eventually, your air conditioner won’t be able to draw in enough warm air. When this happens, the coils can freeze.

AC Coils Frozen – Frozen coils prevent your air conditioner from cooling air. As a result, you may notice warm air coming from the registers in your home. Turn off your air conditioner as soon as you notice the coils are frozen. Allowing the unit to run can lead to severe damage.

Fan Blades Damaged – The fan blades on your outdoor unit can get damaged when branches or other debris get stuck. As the blades hit the debris, they can crack, bend, or break. This prevents proper air movement.

Broken Fan Motor – The fan motor is what spins the fan. It is also one of the most common components of the air conditioner to face problems. Issues with the motor prevent the unit from working correctly. Sometimes, the capacitor is actually to blame. When there’s a problem with the capacitor, the motor can’t work correctly.

Electric Odor – Your air conditioner shouldn’t smell. An electrical odor coming from the condenser unit can point toward overheating parts, seized bearings, or loose electrical connections. They can also be caused as a result of restricted air flow.

Leaking Water – Water leaks can happen if the drain pan is rusted or broken, the condensate drain is clogged or cracked, or the condensate pump is broken. These issues are relatively common and occur as the unit ages. They are also fairly cheap to fix. Leaks can also be the result of frozen coils, which is a more significant problem.

Circuit Breaker Problems – Frequent tripping can point to a faulty circuit breaker. This issue needs to be addressed as soon as possible. Otherwise, you risk serious damage to your air conditioner. One of our Rialto AC repair technicians can diagnose and fix your problem.

Broken Thermostat – When the thermostat doesn’t work correctly, your air conditioner can’t work properly either. Sometimes, it’s as simple as cleaning the thermostat. If your thermostat is older, it may be time to upgrade to a programmable one.

Common Furnace Problems

Frequent Cycling – Cycling on and off periodically is normal. The furnace turns on to heat your home and turns off when the desired temperature is reached. Regular cycling, however, can point to a problem that shouldn’t be ignored.

Blower Won’t Stop – Often, the blower runs constantly because you have the thermostat fan setting to ON instead of AUTO. Changing the setting should fix the problem. If the fan continues to run, it may be time to call in the professionals.

No Heat – If your heater turns on, but there’s no heat, that’s a big problem. It may occur because of an issue with the thermostat or because the air filter is dirty. For those with a gas furnace, a blown-out pilot light prevents the unit from producing heat. For those with an electric unit, an issue with the electric ignition can prevent heat.

Furnace Making Noises – Any noises coming from your heating system other than hearing it start up or hearing the warm air being blown through the registers can be problematic. Strange noises may be the result of restricted air flow or because there’s a mechanical problem.

Clogged Air Filter – Air filters should be changed approximately once every three months. In certain situations, they should be replaced more frequently. If you don’t change the filter regularly, it will fill up with dust, dirt, and other debris that will eventually restrict airflow.

If you notice any issues with your furnace or air conditioner, don’t ignore them. Call us your Rialto, California heating and AC experts to schedule an appointment today.


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