Nothing beats a broken air conditioner on a summer day. When this occurs, it is critical to locate a reliable Kennett Square air conditioning repair service as soon as possible. That is where PJ MAC HVAC enters the image. Our NATE-certified technicians will treat you like family and will repair your ac unit correctly and quickly.
For years, PJ MAC HVAC has been serving the Kennett Square Valley. We've been repairing broken air conditioners from all over town.
Do I call or attempt to repair it myself?
If you're handy and know what you're doing, by all means, do what you need to do to make your home more comfortable.
Any homeowners could be able to fix the problem and prevent a service call with some simple troubleshooting. We'd be happy to walk you through any over the internet.
But if you're not so handy or just want another take on what's going on, don't be afraid to call. Call immediately if you notice, smell, or hear any of the following most common problems:
A quote or estimate for ac repairs is based on a variety of variables. We try to do as much as we can over the phone in order to avoid having to make a housecall or a service call.
The service call costs a minimum of $60.00. If our professional technicians come to your home and diagnose your problem.
If the cost of the repairs is less than $60.00, that is what you will be paying.
If the cost of the repair exceeds $60.00, we will inform you of the exact amount of your extra repair costs before we begin any repairs. The price will be determined by a simple pricing list.
There are many possible answers to the issue, but don't worry. Just because it isn't working right now doesn't mean it will be a costly ac fix. Most of the time, we will get you patched the same day.
There are several moving parts in a traditional split-system air conditioner. Your cooling system is more than just the condenser unit (the air conditioner or heat pump) outside your building.
Most may include, but are not limited to:
An Air Handler for Indoors (furnace or fan coil)
An Evaporator Coil Air Filter Thermostat, as well as Copper Tubing (refrigerant lines) connecting the indoor and outdoor units