Your central air conditioner is composed of three essential elements: the condenser, which is located outside of your home, the outdoor coil, which is part of the condenser, and the indoor coil, which is located with the furnace. While annual tune-ups can keep your air conditioning functioning, sometimes a system needs more extensive repairs in one or more of these areas. Let the experts at Holliday Heating Heating and Air Conditioning show why we have been Spokanes trusted HVAC company for over 30 years.
How Do I Know My Central Air Conditioner Needs to be Repaired?
- Your central air conditioner is connected to your home’s forced-air distribution system. This means that the same motor, blower and ductwork your home uses for heating are also distributing cool air.
- As with any mechanical system, minor issues can build into bigger problems if left unchecked. When a major event occurs, we strongly encourage you to contact Holliday Heating and Air Conditioning.
- Considering the many parts involved in your air conditioning unit, both inside and outside the home, the first challenge involves isolating and determining what exactly is causing the malfunction.
- If the system is blowing unevenly, isn’t providing enough cooling, or if creaking noises are coming from the returns, the problem could be with the unit, the furnace, or the ductwork.
- What occurs during a repair?
- When you call Holliday Heating and Air Conditioning between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., 7 days a week to schedule a repair, you can expect a courteous voice to answer the phone and schedule your appointment at a time that works best for you.
- Once at your home, our technician will perform a complete diagnostic, as well as a visual check of your system, inside and outside, to identify what part of your unit is preventing it from operating. During this check, we will determine whether the problem is with the unit, the ductwork, or the furnace.
- We will then communicate with you, invite you to have a look, and provide you with the exact price before starting any work. We will also discuss our process and explain how we will repair your system and bring comfort back to your home.