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Edmonton’s Air Conditioning Repair & Maintenance Experts

There are few things more distressing than suddenly losing your AC in the middle of a heat wave. Nobody wants to see their family uncomfortable during hot months, and having a stuffy, humid place of business can be stressful for your employees and even deter old and new customers.

Unfortunately, even the most well-cared-for and professionally installed units will break down or lose efficiency eventually.

Fortunately, Hydro-Flo Plumbing & Heating provides a variety of detailed AC repair services and diagnostics that will get you back on your feet in no time and enjoying a cool environment. We understand that AC installation and maintenance can be daunting for homeowners old and new, and Hydro-Flo Plumbing & Heating wants to make every aspect of owning these systems as smooth and transparent as possible.

Our extensive AC maintenance and inspection services will be carried out by a friendly, reliable HVAC professional that will get the job done painlessly and on time. Our clients are our top priority and we are dedicated to the highest possible level of professional service from inspection to full-service maintenance to unit installation.

Whatever the size and requirements of your project, enjoy our same-day quality service from our licensed professionals at your home or business, available seven days a week.

AC Repair and Maintenance FAQ

For anyone new to the world of HVAC services and maintenance, many parts of basic AC maintenance and inspection may be unknown or difficult. Below are some common questions on unit repair and when you should seek a professional. As always, our qualified team of experts are always available and will be more than happy to discuss any other questions you may have about your unit at 780-203-2230!

How do I know my AC is going bad?

Some telltale signs that your AC unit may not be working at full capacity is that your thermostat display is blank (may have lost communication with your unit), water is leaking from the unit, you feel weak airflow in your house, and the temperature in your building is generally inconsistent.

How often should I change my filter?

It is recommended to change your filter around every six months to ensure optimal performance. If you live in an area where the air quality is particularly poor or it’s allergy season, you may want to change it more often. Remember, an unchecked, clogged filter system can raise energy bills and cause your unit to work at less than 100%.

How often should I replace my unit?

A properly maintained AC unit can last for around seven years. Be sure to call us for a professional consultation to send a specialist out and assess if installing a new system is the best course of action for your home.

What are some common AC problems?

Weak airflow, refrigerant leaks, electrical failure, condensate drainage problems, and sensor problems are all common. We at Hydro-Flo Plumbing & Heating specialize in fixing all of these possible issues and more.

Besides regular maintenance, what’s another good way to save money and energy?

Get a programmable thermostat. It’s estimated that adjusting the temperature throughout the day can save between 15%–25% on energy costs.

What should I do if my AC keeps icing up? 

Before you do anything else, check your air filter. Restricted air flowing around the coil can cause ice to form. Be sure to contact one of our service technicians as soon as possible if this happens, as ice can cause stress to components of your unit.

What are some things my HVAC technician will check for when inspecting my unit?

An HVAC technician will typical inspect the following on an AC unit: various electrical components, filters (to be cleaned or replaced), evaporator and condenser coils, thermostat operation and calibration, refrigerant levels, vapor condenser, and oil the motors.

What might happen if I don’t repair my AC system?

There are many components to an AC system that, when in various states of disrepair, can cause more damage to your unit. For instance, ice from around your AC that melts can cause more expensive water damage.

Having an AC system that is fully functional and operational at 100% capacity can also save you hundreds in future energy bills.

For the highest quality HVAC repair services in Edmonton, trust in Hydro-Flo Plumbing & Heating. Contact us 24/7 here or call 780-203-2230 to receive a free estimate or schedule an appointment today.

Keep Cool and Go with the Flo! 780-203-2230