When your air conditioner stops working at your NJ home or in the office it affects your comfort level, employee production and your customers. That’s why you can trust that “WHEN YOUR AIR NEEDS CARE ONE CALL AND WE’LL BE THERE”. Most service calls can be handled with a same day response. Our technicians will repair your unit with Factory Certified Parts and get you back up and running in no time. East Coast Mechanical Contractors, Inc. also realizes that Air Conditioning units don’t only break down from 9-5 Monday-Friday. That’s why we offer 24-hour Emergency Service 7 Days a week.
Air Conditioner Repairs
There are many components and moving parts in your air conditioner, which leaves quite a bit of latitude for problems. However, there are some key areas that our technicians see problems with more often than other parts. This doesn’t mean these parts are faulty; rather, it indicates that these parts are sometimes put to more use than others, and as such, they can develop more wear and tear.
Blocked vents and ducts, dirty filters, or a faulty fan can cause insufficient airflow in the system. A clean air filter is important to maximize airflow and indoor air quality. Here are some of the more common repairs our East Coast Mechanical specialists see on repair calls:
The compressor is your system tasked with pressurizing the refrigerant so that heat can be released. It has its own motor and a fair amount of electrical wiring. It is a component that works very hard, so different problems can develop, such as motor issues and electrical issues. The compressor is a complex device, and because refrigerant runs through it, only a certified technician can handle it.
Our air conditioner has two fans: the evaporator fan, known as the blower, and the condenser fan, which resides in the outdoor unit. The condenser fan helps remove the heat from your system while the indoor blower pushes the cool air into your ductwork. Common problems that can develop with fans are issues with the belts, motor problems and loose or bent blades.
Refrigerant leaks are common in air conditioners, but finding them is a challenge, which is why you need a professional to handle a refrigerant leak. Leaky refrigerant lowers the level of refrigerant in your entire system, which can lead to numerous problems.
If you have an upcoming VFD Drive project, join hands with a licensed and insured contractor at East Coast Mechanical. Email: email@example.com Address: 5133 W Hurley Pond Rd Suite A, Wall Township, NJ 07727 Hours: Monday to Friday 8 AM to 5 PM and Closed Saturday and Sunday.
Phone: 800-300-ECMC or 732-751-8877