ABOUT AIR CONDTIONING & HEATING REPAIRS
With temperatures varying so rapidly, it is imperative to ensure your vehicles heating and air conditioning are working when you need them to!
Our technicians can service all your heating and cooling needs, bring your vehicle in for an inspection if you notice, your air is not blowing the way it used to, the air coming from your vehicle is smelly, or you notice it’s not functioning the way it used to.
We offer the most up to date air conditioning refrigerant for newer vehicles that require R1234YF, we also carry R134A which is the most common used refrigerant.
Top Warning Sign
Your car is blowing hot air when AC is on and cold air when heating is on.
AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM
These are the most common reasons why your vehicle AC is not working. Most of these failures cannot be seen without an inspection.
- Low refrigerant
- Refrigerant leak
- Damaged compressor
- Damaged compressor clutch
- Damaged expansion valve
- Damaged evaporator
- Worn or stretched belts
These are the most common reasons why your vehicle heating is not working. Most of these failures cannot be seen without an inspection.
- Low coolant
- Air in the coolant system
- Malfunctioning heater core
- Failed (or failing) thermostat
6 SIGNS YOUR HVAC SYSTEM NEEDS REPAIR
Your heating and air conditoning are two seperate systems that use some common components. There are diffierent reasons for either of the systems to break. Here are some warning signs that you need us.
Your car air conditioner uses a compressor, high and low pressure lines and refrigerant to produce cold air.
Your Car is leaking Refigerant
There are many locations a leak can occur and it is sometimes difficult to spot. We use special equipment to diagnose leaks.
The condenser is broken
Your AC condenser could be blocked by road debris or there may be a puncture. If there is a puncture, the condenser must be replaced.
Electrical issues are a worst case scenario as they are difficult to diagnose. Our technicians can fix issues like this reliably.
Although connected to the AC to some extent, the car heater uses heated engine coolant to blow hot air.
Low or Contaminated Coolant
If your coolant level is low or the coolant is contaminated it may stop the heating core producing heated air.
The Fan stops working
The fan blows the air into your vehicle. You should be able to hear the fan working. If the cause is not a worn fuse, you may need a replacement
Thermostats that stay closed can't product heat while if stuck open can cause your vehicle to overheat. Get this checked before it escalates.