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The Falcon Air Conditioning Promise
An honest ac repair quote every time. We will let you know of the repair before it is made.
AC repair services and parts are always at a fair price.
Expert technicians backed by decades of experience in the field.
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We’d be happy to get your air conditioner back up and running.
AC system access: A significant portion of the repair cost is determined by the time it takes to complete. While we do our best to repair units in a timely manner, if your unit is difficult to access, it could increase your repair time and cost. Our technicians will always communicate any perceived access difficulties ahead of time.
Warranty status: We will always work with you to determine which parts and services on your AC unit are covered by your warranty. If a repair is not covered by your warranty or your warranty has expired, we will make sure you know of every additional cost you may incur before we start working on your unit.
AC Unit Size: Remember that larger units will cost more to repair because replacement parts are bigger and more costly.
Brand name parts vs. generic: Both brand name parts and generic parts are top quality and will get your repair done right. When possible, we use generic parts to help you get the best value on your AC repair. But it’s important to check that your warranty won’t be voided if you use generic parts versus brand-name parts.
Common AC Repairs & Issues
You Don’t Have Cold Air
Luckily, this is usually a pretty simple fix! One of these four issues could be causing the trouble:
- You don’t have enough refrigerant fluid in the unit
- Your thermostat is out of calibration
- Your AC filters are clogged and need replacing
- There is a problem with the AC belts.
If you notice no cool air flowing from your AC unit, call one of our technicians to get a diagnosis.
The AC Unit is Leaking Water
- The AC drain line is loose or has come apart
- Low refrigerant levels cause freezing and thawing cycles
- The ductwork is improperly sealed
- The condenser unit is not working properly
Once you see excess water around your unit, it’s best to call one of our technicians so they can check refrigerant levels and run other diagnostics to determine the cause of the leak and get it repaired before it causes additional problems.
Unusual Loud Noises
Falcon Air is great at getting to your home quickly to address noise issues and attempt a repair before any damage is significant enough to require AC replacement.
Your AC is Blowing Warm Air
- A dirty air filter
- A thermostat on the wrong setting
- A dirty outdoor condenser
If none of those issues fix the problem, it’s best to call one of our expert technicians who can look inside your unit to find the source of the problem.
The Thermostat is Malfunctioning
- AC won’t turn on
- AC runs constantly
- AC doesn’t reach the set temperature before turning off
- Your room seems warmer than your thermostat setting
Before calling a technician, try some simple troubleshooting. First, ensure your AC unit is turned on, set to the right setting, turned on auto, and no batteries are dead. If that doesn’t fix the problem, it’s time to call our technicians who can look into deeper problems like faulty wiring or debris issues.
Your AC Fan Won’t Rotate
- A worn-out fan that needs replacing
- Extra moisture around the fan that isn’t draining
- Broken mechanics
To determine the exact cause of a fan rotation problem, it’s best to hire one of our expert technicians to come and inspect your fan and run diagnostics.
Electric Bills Skyrocket
- A faulty thermostat switch
- Improperly installed or leaky ductwork
- Your unit is near the end of its lifespan
Since an increase in utility bills doesn’t usually have an obvious cause, our technicians can run in-depth diagnostics and help you determine if a repair is possible or if replacement is the better option.
- Regularly remove debris that may collect on the outside of your unit or that gets stuck in your fan.
- Periodically clean the fins on the outside of your unit to prevent extra dust and grime from accumulating inside your unit.
- Keep the area around your unit free from clutter, including gardening tools, sports equipment, fallen leaves, or trash.
- Change the air filter twice a year to keep gunk in the air from getting into your home or clogging up your unit.