Get the right Air Conditioning Repair in Phoenix!
You depend on your HVAC system to keep you comfortable. When it comes to air conditioning repair, Phoenix demands reliability, efficiency, and craftsmanship. With summer heat frequently exceeding 100 degrees you need HVAC repair you can trust from a local company like Sunrise Mechanical Inc.
We’re your full-service Phoenix HVAC repair solution. No matter what your system type, or what appears to be the problem, we provide a full and thorough diagnosis and timely repairs. It all starts with our experienced technicians. Ongoing training and a deep-rooted desire for excellence keep us at the cutting edge of HVAC system repair. Our local technicians frequently diagnose and repair problems that include:
HVAC and Air Conditioning System Problems
- Incorrectly functioning thermostats
- Poor airflow
- System leaks
- Inadequate cooling
- HVAC cycles too frequently
- Rooms cooling or heating unequally
- HVAC system won’t turn on
- HVAC system suddenly turned off
- Strange noises or smells
- Inconsistent performance
Full-Service AC Repairs
For HVAC and AC repair, Phoenix is home to a wide variety of systems and we know them all. Whether you’ve got a split system, hybrid split system, duct-free, centralized air or other system types we provide the experienced diagnosis and repair you’re looking for. Repair requires our technicians to understand these multifaceted systems both inside and out. Since many HVAC systems have indoor and outdoor components, there are a variety of weather-related issues that can occur as well. We’re prepared for everything and frequently provide:
- Blown fuse changes
- Contactor replacements
- Capacitor replacement
- Gas valve replacement
- Filter replacement
- Thermostat troubleshooting
- Drain line cleaning
- Refrigerant charges
- Condenser cleaning
- Evaporator coil repair
What to expect from your HVAC technician
- AC Diagnosis – Every call begins with a thorough diagnosis. For HVAC repair, Phoenix can present a variety of problems. Pinpointing what’s wrong based on your description of the problem, testing, and investigative analysis allows us to perform targeted repairs. The diagnosis also provides our technicians with the chance to look at your system, identifying any other areas that may lead to problems or contribute to existing ones. We’ll report to you when finished before beginning any repairs.
- Air Conditioning Repair – After you give the go ahead we’ll begin repair work. Our technicians are highly trained, have access to the most efficient equipment, and only use highly rated replacement parts. These provide the longest warranties and can be relied on to maintain our high standards. After repairs are completed we’ll fully test your system to ensure full functionality and discuss maintenance options.
- Air Conditioning System Maintenance – We offer a number of ways to keep your HVAC system working optimally. The best way to handle air conditioning repair in Phoenix is to ensure you don’t need it. We can perform visits as the need arises but offer a comprehensive HVAC service plan to all our Phoenix HVAC repair customers. This provides regular inspections before major seasonal shifts, air filter replacement, discounts, priority scheduling, dryer vent cleaning, and much more.
Refrigerant repairs: What you need to know
Starting in January of 2020, the ozone-depleting substance, freon (R-22) will no longer be manufactured or imported into the US. In fact, it’s being phased out worldwide due to its harmful effects on the environment.
What does this mean for Sunrise Mechanical customers and AC owners in general? It simply means that if your current air conditioning system relies on R-22, you will either need to replace it now or wait until it breaks down to have it replaced.
At this point (2018), we are still servicing freon-reliant AC systems, but we strongly recommend you start budgeting and shopping around for a new unit.
New units now rely on a substance called R-410A, which is both safer and meets the new EPA regulations. Homeowners do have the option of retrofitting their current AC system, however, it may be more expensive than purchasing and installing a new one.