AC Replacement Service in Tucson, AZ
Replacing Your AC
If it turns out that you do need air conditioner replacement in Tucson, Marana, Oro Valley, AZ and the surrounding areas. AIR4U can handle that too!
We will schedule an appointment with you, show up on time, and install your replacement system quickly and efficiently. We also offer replacement parts that we can install if you don’t need an entirely new system. Just call us with your needs and we will let you know what we can do to help!
Nowadays, air conditioners are the most important appliances in your home. During the summer, when it is unbearably hot, a cool comfortable environment awaits you in the air-conditioned room.
Whenever your air conditioner fails, you will certainly panic and feel the dread coming on! Still, if you contact us, we can rush out and perform AC Service in Tucson, AZ to get you back up and running.
Our HVAC experts can handle everything from the installation of an air conditioner to routine maintenance. Tucson, AZ residents can rely on us for a high-quality replacement service of air conditioners that will get you comfortable again!
When it's Time For an AC Replacement
The AC system in your home or office, is just like any other appliance. Sooner or later there will be a replacement. And since replacing an old worn-out AC system is far from cheap, it would pay to do a bit of research.
AC systems have come a long way in the past few years. Now you can install a ductless AC system just about anywhere without the added costs of ductwork. Or perhaps you prefer the tried and trusted window unit AC. Whichever style you choose for your AC replacement will be a rather large investment into your home or office. Let’s look at some key issues to consider when faced with an AC replacement.
Why Did The Old AC Fail?
If your old system that is being replaced suddenly stopped working, it would be worth the time to find out why. AC systems fail for various reasons and pinpointing the root cause of the problem will prevent it from happening again.
The last thing you would want to do is install the new AC only to realize that the real problem has yet to be solved.
Properly Sizing the New AC
Perhaps the reason your old AC went out is it was sized too small for the area it was meant to cool. Many AC units have given up on long hot summer days because they were just too small for the intended job. Make sure your AC replacement is properly sized so you will get many years of efficient operation.
Dirty Condenser Coils
Sometimes, dust and debris build up on the condenser coils. This forces your HVAC system to work extra hard to fulfill its job – keeping you and your family cool. With so much pressure going on for a long time, your machine will overheat and eventually stop working. So, it’s important to maintain clean coils by performing a regular tune-up one to two times per year for optimum performance and to avoid potential AC breakdowns.
Your AC unit has two kinds of fans. One blows cool air indoors, and one blows the heat out of your house. Many things can cause your AC fan to stop working, such as lack of lubricant and dirt buildup. This problem usually shows early signs such as poor airflow or not-cool-enough air. If you keep ignoring this problem, it may lead to more serious problems like a damaged compressor and lead to an air conditioning system breakdown.
The ductwork that runs through your walls and ceilings carries the cooled air from the air conditioner throughout your space. However, if there are holes or breaks in the ducts (which can be caused by rodents or careless workers), that expensive cooled air winds up inside your walls where it’s not doing anybody any good. And, of course, this scenario causes your air conditioner to work harder and drive up your energy bills.
Faulty Circuit Breaker or Fuse
In the case of air conditioner failure, the first things you should check are your circuit breaker and fuse. If you need to replace the fuse or reset the breaker, give your system 15 minutes to cool down first. If this doesn’t fix the problem, you may have tripped a high-pressure limit switch. At this point, we suggest you call a licensed technician.
If your refrigerant is not at the proper level your air conditioner may not operate correctly. Because refrigerant is harmful to the environment, any leak will need to be repaired and recharged by a licensed technician.
Regularly cleaning or replacing your air filter and keeping your ductwork clean are two good rules to follow to prevent a frozen coil. Dirty air filters or blocked ductwork can cause air flow problems in your system causing a frozen coil You can check by visibly inspecting your unit for frost on or around the coil.
Damaged Fan Blades, Compressor, Electrical Connections and Contacts
If your air conditioner is over five years old, and cycles on and off frequently your air conditioning system is at risk for premature failure. Annual maintenance will often catch worn and damaged parts before you need emergency repairs.
Neglecting Annual Maintenance
Annual maintenance is essential to your air conditioner’s performance. A licensed technician can identify potential problems before they occur. You need to have your air conditioning coils cleaned, and your system inspected at least once a year. Neglecting to maintain your system may also void your manufacturer’s warranty if you do encounter a covered problem. It’s a good idea to get on a maintenance plan now!
If your thermostat is not working correctly, your air conditioner may cycle on and off frequently or fail to work. Consider all the digital and technologically savvy thermostats on the market today. Many models today can be set to adjust temperatures at set times or even controlled remotely.
Was There Any Warranty on the Old Unit?
Nowadays, it is quite popular to have some, or all your home’s appliances covered under aftermarket warranties. While the old unit being replaced might have not been under any such warranty agreement, you might save yourself this headache years from now by having one to cover the new AC.
Call Today To Talk To Our Friendly Team
If you’d like to talk to us about air conditioning replacement in Tucson, Marana, Oro Valley, AZ and the surrounding areas, reach out today. We are excited to help you with your installation from start to finish. We will be there for you at the very beginning until the end, supporting you the entire time. Call us at (888) 702-4748 or text us at (520) 277-7747!