AC Services Elkhart, IN
We offer the best AIR CONDITIONING Service in Elkhart and the entire Michiana Area
Air CONDITIONING repair can be costly when parts need replacing and one good way to avoid it and catch problems ahead of time is to have regular maintenance done. With AC tune-up, problems are discovered before costly repairs or replacement is needed by evaluation and inspection of the AC units.
Sometimes, AC units need to be replaced and AC installation should be done properly to avoid issues with a new AC unit. Once you determine which Air Conditioning units fit your needs, you can call Elkhart Heating and AC to preform the AC installation, and allow us to look after AC tune-up and Air Conditioning repair to ensure the AC units we install last you and your family for many years.
Our technicians here at Elkhart Heating and AC in Elkhart, Indiana provide a wide range of services, including AC tune-ups, repair, and installation, along with new unit options. Regular maintenance on your unit can prevent costly repairs and the need for replacement, it ensures your unit will run efficiently and extend the lifespan of it. Thorough tune-ups include cleaning condenser coils, evaluation of coolant levels, full thermostat calibration,
inspection of duct work, tightening of electrical connections, evaluation of the blower motor and belt. These inspections and evaluations identify possible problems before costly repairs or replacements are needed, and if needed repairs are noticed, they can fix those issues quickly. Our technicians provide these tune-ups to help you save money with regular maintenance on your AC units.
When Air Conditioners do need repairs, it is best to call a trustworthy HVAC expert such as those here at Elkhart Heating and Air Conditioning. While simple cleaning might fix the problem, parts which need replacing are better handled by our repairmen. Our experts will inspect the system, diagnose the problem, and explain the options to you to repair the unit. Expert diagnostic repair includes visual inspection, full system performance test, leak test with an approved leak detector, and dye detection test for slow leaks. Improper care causes more problems and it is best to call an expert to perform the repairs. Signs that you need to call us are no cool air, poor air flow, thermostat problems, moisture where it shouldn’t be, strange sounds and smells.
When your AC does need to be replaced, our technicians can provide the unit option which is best for your house and needs. While central air is the best choice for cooling your entire home, room units are better if you need to cool just certain rooms. Split systems separate the outdoor compressor and condenser from indoor components and work best in houses with duct work. However, you can get the ductless mini-split systems if your house does not have duct work already.
Evaporative coolers use evaporated water to cool the air and are best for houses in arid climates. Another option is heat pumps which pump hot air out of the house in the warm weather and pump heat into the house in the colder weather.
Depending on the unit type, ACs are installed differently. Split systems have an evaporator coil installed inside the house hidden in a cabinet and a metal case outside containing the condenser coil with them connected through ducts. Ductless mini-split systems have air handling units installed high on walls which are connected to outdoor component through covered wires. Central air combines the evaporator, condenser, and compressor in a single unit installed either on the roof or a concrete slab with ducts running through the roof or exterior walls to circulate air. Room units are installed in windows and simply plugged into an electrical outlet in the room. Evaporator coolers are installed outside the house consisting of a fan and water wetted pad and air is pumped through ductwork into the house.