Air conditioning repair: a topic no one enjoys talking about but one that will eventually come up in conversation. Most people don’t like talking about it because they’ve had bad experiences with service companies and others hate thinking about their hard-earned money wasting away. While we can’t promise how cheap our services will be, we can guarantee that you’ll know the cost upfront, before any work begins. We also promise that you will LOVE our customer service–from the time we answer your call to the time we leave your home.

At ProSolutions Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, we understand that air conditioning systems aren’t cheap, but we want to make your experience as easy and as enjoyable as possible!

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Air Conditioning Tune-Ups

Before summer begins, it is important for you to schedule an AC tune-up with one of our technicians. Think of it like taking your car to the mechanic before a long road trip–you want to make sure everything is functioning properly so it doesn’t leave you on the side of the road. The same premise can be applied to your AC, but instead of it leaving you on the side of the road, it will leave you in the hot summer sun. Our tune-up process covers every aspect of your air conditioner and will spot potential problems before they cause a major issue.

Repairing a potential problem may seem silly, but taking care of it beforehand will ensure that it doesn’t become worse and cause more damage.

Our inspections and tune-ups cover a wide range of issues including the evaporator coils, refrigerant lines, condenser, compressor, the blower motor, thermostat calibration, and ensuring there are no blocked air ducts.

When to Call for Repairs

Most homeowners will know if something isn’t right with their air conditioning system. Unfortunately, many of them will ignore that feeling in hopes that the issue will go away on its own. AC problems generally won’t resolve themselves and need the help of a professional. Here are a few of the signs that are indicative of needing an AC repairman:

  • Rising energy bills – ever-increasing energy bills means that your AC is not running efficiently. This could relate back to the filter, air ducts, or could have something to do with an electrical component.
  • Not blowing cool – the point of an air conditioning system is to blow cold air and if it’s not doing that, something is definitely wrong. There could be too little refrigerant, dirty evaporator coils, or an issue with your blower motor.
  • Loud noises – banging or rattling shouldn’t be a sound that is heard from your AC. If it is, a piece could be loose. This loose piece could do further damage to your system.
  • Puddles of water – leaks are never a good thing, but a puddle of water could be the melting ice from an evaporator coil–this means the coil needs to be cleaned or serviced.

Call ProSolutions for all AC Repair Needs

When you’re preparing for the summer months, take a minute to consider the last time your AC was serviced. If you can’t remember when that was, you might consider taking the time to have it done. Remember, air conditioning tune-ups can catch a potential problem early to help prevent major (and costly) repairs!

At ProSoltuions Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning we are your reliable AC specialists. With over 30 years of experience, we guarantee a quality solution to all your cooling needs.

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AC Repairs FAQs

  • AC parts – Which parts break down if it’s not maintained?

    AC parts break down over time. However, an improperly maintained central air conditioning system will put pressure on every part of that system. A dirty filter that hasn’t been replaced, fans that are not cleaned, leaking refrigerant, exposed wires in the electrical box, ice build up on coils. These put pressure on the capacitors, sensors that track heat levels and thermostat readings and generally weaken the unit so it does not run efficiently and any part can break down.

  • Furnace blower is not working! What should I do?

    If your furnace blower is not working, there could be a couple of issues here, one more serious than the other. Firstly, it is important to understand how a furnace works. You can begin to understand this through a very simple principle. A furnace uses some type of fuel (i.e. electrical, oil, gas, etc) to heat a series of coils.  What type of fuel your furnace uses for this combustion.  This series of heated coils (called a heat exchanger) has a fan (called a blower motor) which blows your houses' air over them and into your air ducts where it is dispersed throughout your house.  This simple process, regardless of what type of fuel you use, is how your furnace is able to blow warm air into your home.

    If you're having any issues with your furnace blower not working. It can come down to the blower motor in the furnace may need replacing and that’s usually a job for the experts. A capacitor. If the capacitor is defective, the fan motor might be noisy, overheat, or not run at all. If the control board is defective, it might not send voltage to the blower motor. If the furnace is not getting power, check the furnace circuit breaker or fuse as this might also be an issue.

    On the other hand, the unit may be clogged with dirt and dust and you may be able to fix that yourself but may likely need special attention to unclog the debris and dirt from the components.

    In the end, there are several things that can lead to a furnace not blowing air.  If you decide to try and repair an older unit and it requires more effort and costs incurred. It may just be more advantageous to replace it.

    If you need help with your furnace issues, give us a call today!

  • Why is it my AC Unit won’t run at all?

    Reasons your AC unit won't run at all, sounds like an electrical problem. A fuse may have blown or circuit breaker tripped. If resetting those doesn’t solve the problem there may be an issue with the unit’s circuit board. In which case check with ProSolutions Inc. to give you a diagnosis.

  • AC condenser coil is frozen. What should I do?

    If the coil hasn’t been cleaned for a long time or the refrigerant has sprung a leak, here’s what to try:  

    Set your thermostat to high and Fan Only, and leave it on for a couple of hours. That may resolve the issue. If it does not work, you could have more than just a frozen line causing issues. Call in the experts and let them help you out. Click here to learn more about AC Repairs.

  • Blown fuses from AC unit when turned on. Why?

    If you are experiencing blown fuses from your AC unit. It’s often an electrical issue with the breaker or the house wiring. Likely a short circuit or some type of a fault to ground issue. It could also be that a dirty filter is the culprit. One not uncommon answer is to check the electrical box in the condensing unit. It’s not surprising in a place like Edmonton, that mice have built a nest in this box and have also nibbled at some of the electrical wires. If you’re like many of us, you’d want an expert like ProSolutions Inc. to fix it.

  • Cool air is not getting throughout the house

    There are several possible reasons. The usual ones relate to a frozen evaporator coil, dirty filter, dirty condenser coils, a leak somewhere in the refrigeration system or possibly in the ductwork system. It could also be that your unit is older and simply not able to keep up with the extra heavy cooling demands with our weather changes these days. ProSolutions Inc. can check this for you, identify the issue, and advise you on the best actions to take.

  • The AC unit’s power is on, but nothing is happening?

    If your AC unit's power is on, but nothing is happening. You may have blown a fuse or tripped a circuit breaker. There may be a problem with the motor. Other factors could include a refrigerant leak, a filter that needs changing and dirty condenser coils. A capacitor could be weak. If you are unable to diagnose and fix it yourself, call in ProSolutions Inc. to help. Our trained AC technicians will be able to quickly diagnose the issue.

  • Why is my AC compressor so noisy?

    Compressors can make banging or rattling sounds, hissing or clinking noises, humming and screeching. Your first action is to shut down the unit. Causes include loose parts, the motor coming loose, a refrigerant leak, faulty controls, low on oil, and pressure build-ups.

    For all these problems you’re best to bring in ProSolutions Inc. to diagnose and fix the problem, including possible compressor replacement.  

  • What is the difference between a boiler and a furnace?

    In Edmonton, both boilers and furnaces are used to provide homes with heat. The difference between a boiler and a furnace is the way in which they heat a home.

    A boiler takes water and heats it then circulates this hot water (or steam, in some cases) throughout the house in order to heat it. The hot water is circulated using pipes, radiators and/or radiant floor systems. Once the water has cooled, it is returned to the boiler to be heated and reused in a closed-loop system.

    A furnace, on the other hand, heats and distributes air in order to heat a home. This hot air is distributed via ductwork and vents.

  • AC Leaking – I found leaking water under the furnace

    The most likely answer is that the drain line is clogged due to dirt, dust and fungus growth. If you have a wet dry vac you can probably unplug this yourself. On the other hand it can be awkward and is better left to the experts at ProSolutions Inc. Learn more about AC Repairs.


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