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All Comfort Services is your most comprehensive resource for home air conditioning repair in Madison, WI. We are available 365 days a year to repair your air conditioner, including nights and weekends. With over 47 years of experience serving Madison and Dane County, our AC repair professionals can accurately assess how long your project will take and what materials it will require. This allows us to give you a firm price rather than billing you by the hour—no matter how long it ultimately takes us. This ensures you there will be no hidden costs or surprise expenses.
When you choose us for your Madison AC repair needs, you can expect:
Throughout our decades of experience, we’ve seen and repaired virtually every type of air conditioning issue. Unfortunately, many AC problems tend to start small and go unnoticed until they escalate into major problems. For this reason, it is important to pay close attention to your air conditioner and schedule a repair service as soon as you notice anything out of the ordinary.
Call us for Madison, WI air conditioning repairs if you notice any of the following:
Scheduling annual preventive maintenance services for your air conditioner is one of the most important things you can do to prolong its life and maintain its operational efficiency. Ongoing maintenance of your air conditioning unit can help to keep it operating like new and keep your energy bills consistent over time. Our skilled air conditioning maintenance professionals at All Comfort Services can keep your unit’s internal parts clean and operational, as well as help extend the life of the equipment by replacing worn or failing parts.
Our AC maintenance and tune-up checklist include the following 21-points:
Inside Unit Inspection
1. Check thermostat for proper operation
2. Check high and low returns
3. Check for air leaks and noise in the ductwork
4. Replace air filter if requested
5. Inspect indoor blower wheel
6. Check AMP reading of the indoor blower
7. Check circuit breaker box
8. Clean condensate drain
9. Check return air temperature
10. Check supply air temperature
11. Check drop in temperature
Outside Unit Inspection
12. Check suction pressure
13. Check discharge pressure
14. Inspect outside coil
15. Inspect fan blades and lubricate motor bearings
16. Inspect electrical wires and connections
17. Check capacitors
18. Check the contactor
19. Check the AMP draw
20. Check for noise and vibrations
21. The final point of inspection includes identifying whether the unit is OK at this time, may require future attention, and whether it’s unsafe and requires attention.
Many of the same things you can do to improve the efficiency of your heating system will also increase the efficiency of your air conditioning. Among them are these 5 tips:
However, if your central air conditioning unit is more than ten years old, you can probably realize significant annual savings by replacing it with a newer, more energy-efficient model. Among central air conditioners, we recommend and install Lennox air conditioners.
Don’t go without cool air – call our Madison air conditioner repair professionals today at 608-838-7300 to schedule a convenient appointment.
If you’re seeing that your AC is running, but not cooling your home, then you may need to have it repaired. This is often due to low refrigerant, a poorly sized unit, or a clogged filter. A qualified HVAC technician can find the problem and fix it for you.
This is a problem known as short-cycling, and often a clogged filter or a faulty thermostat is the source of the problem. If too much air flows towards the thermostat’s sensor, it can also cause the compressor to shut off too early. If you’re noticing a short cycle, check your filter first. If it’s in good shape, you may need to have a technician take a look.
Your air conditioner should run for about 20 minutes until your home’s indoor air reaches the right temperature, then it will shut off until the temperature increases again. However, if you have temperatures in the 90s or higher, you may notice that your air conditioner runs more frequently to keep up. If it’s truly running 24 hours a day, you may have an efficiency problem that should be addressed by a professional.
Matt C. performed detailed service call on our A/C today. He was very thorough and helpful and understanding of our concerns. He represented All Comfort in a professional and polite way. We were left with a thorough understanding following the service call.