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Get Your AC Running Cool Again! AC Recharge & Repair Services

Does your air conditioner have a refrigerant or freon leak? Is your air conditioner struggling to keep you cool? Don't sweat it – our expert technicians are here to provide you with a quick repairs and AC freon recharge services. Say goodbye to the sweltering heat and hello to refreshing cool air in no time!

AC Recharge Charlotte NC

Why Customers Choose us For AC Repair & Recharge Servies

  • Fast and Reliable Services:We understand the urgency of getting your AC back up and running. Our team works swiftly to recharge your freon and restore your comfort.
  • Experienced Technicians: Our certified technicians have years of experience in handling AC systems. You can trust us to get the job done right the first time.
  • Convenient Scheduling: We offer flexible appointment times to accommodate your busy schedule. Just let us know when works best for you, and we'll be there.
  • Affordable & Transparent Pricing: No hidden fees or surprises. We believe in upfront pricing, so you'll know exactly what to expect before we begin any work.
  • Free Service Calls with Repairs:If your system requires repairs and you select us for the job, we will waive the diagnostic service call fee ($69).

Signs Your AC Needs a Recharge or has a leak

    At the heart of every air conditioner lies refrigerant – a special fluid that circulates through the system, absorbing heat from the indoor air and releasing it outside. Maintaining the correct level of refrigerant is crucial for an AC system's efficiency and longevity. When an air conditioner has a leak and loses refigerant it can cause the following issues:

  • AC Blowing Warm Air : The most obvious sign is when your AC system starts blowing warm air instead of cold. This indicates that the refrigerant levels are probably low.
  • Longer Cooling Times: If you notice that your AC takes longer than usual to cool the space, this might be due to insufficient refrigerant in the system.
  • Hearing Noises: If you hear unusual noises when your AC is running, such as hissing or bubbling, it could suggest a leak in the system, which has caused the refrigerant level to drop.
  • Frozen or Ice on AC System: Seeing ice build-up on the compressor (outside unit) can indicate low refrigerant levels. The low pressure and temperature can cause moisture on the coils to freeze.
  • High Energy Bills: If there are no obvious reasons for an increase in your energy bills, a malfunctioning AC unit working harder to cool might be the culprit. Low refrigerant levels can cause this inefficiency.

If you encounter any of these signs, it's advisable to have a professional inspect your AC system. Our technicians have the tools to check for leaks, measure the severity of the leak, repair any damage, and recharge the system with the correct type and amount of refrigerant according to the manufacturer's specifications.

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Common AC Cooling Issues:

  • Thermostat Issues : Incorrect settings, dead batteries, or a malfunctioning thermostat can prevent the AC from turning on.
  • Tripped Circuit Breaker : A tripped breaker or blown fuse can cut power to the AC unit.
  • Dirty Air Filter : Clogged filters restrict airflow, causing the unit to freeze up or function poorly.
  • Refrigerant Leak : Low refrigerant levels due to leaks can lead to inadequate cooling and can prevent the AC from turning on.
  • Dirty Condenser Coils : The outdoor unit’s coils can become dirty, reducing the system's ability to expel heat and causing it to shut down.
  • Faulty Capacitor or Contactor : These electrical components help start the compressor and fan. If they're malfunctioning, the AC won’t operate.
  • Clogged Drain Line : A full or clogged condensate drain line can trigger a safety switch that turns off the AC.
  • Frozen Evaporator Coils : Insufficient airflow or low refrigerant can cause the coils to freeze, hindering the AC’s ability to cool.
  • Worn Out Compressor : The compressor is the heart of the AC system; if it's failing or dead, the entire system won’t work.
  • Faulty Control Board or Motor : Electrical issues, such as a faulty control board or a burned-out blower motor, can prevent the AC from starting.
  • Thermostatic Expansion Valve (TXV) Issues: A malfunctioning TXV can restrict refrigerant flow, affecting the AC's performance.
  • Improper Installation : Incorrect sizing or installation can lead to inefficiencies and operational problems.
  • Age and Wear : Over time, wear and tear on AC components can lead to decreased efficiency and eventual failure.

AC Repair & Recharging Service Experts

If you suspect your AC system is low on refrigerant, it's important to address the issue promptly by consulting with a professional HVAC technician. Our technicains are highly trained to diagnose the problem, repair any leaks, and recharge the system with the appropriate amount and type of refrigerant. If your system needs repairs or recharging, we will waive the $69 diagnostic fee.