Air Condition Repair

There’s only one name you need to know for quick, reliable Louisville air conditioning repair: D&M Service Company. Each summer in Louisville seems to be hotter and longer than the one before, and your air conditioner undergoes a lot of stress each season. We understand the discomfort that a broken air conditioner causes your family, and the dangers that excessive heat poses to the elderly, the very young, and those who are sick. That’s why we make immediate service a priority and keep our phone lines open 24/7. Call us any time, and you can count on a fast response, a courteous expert, and satisfaction guarantees that will set your mind at ease.

Common Repair Needs

Our Louisville air conditioning repair experts have seen a huge variety of problems with units of all types, but some causes are more common than others. If you are experiencing an AC breakdown, chances are good that one of these factors is responsible:

  • Dirty air filters/residue buildup. Your air conditioner needs professional cleaning on a regular basis, or the features that keep dirt and dust out of it become too dirty to function effectively. This situation creates a health hazard, as undesired particles are allowed to circulate through your home. It also puts extra strain on your air conditioner as airflow becomes constricted.
  • Electrical problems. If your wiring is very old or has suffered damage, connections to your air conditioner can become unsafe.  Frequent flipped breakers or blown fuses are a common indicator that there is a problem with electrical connections. It is imperative to allow a trained professional to handle these problems in order to avoid possible electrical injury.
  • Water/refrigerant problems. With regular maintenance, you can make sure your AC unit’s water-carrying pipes remain tight and free of leaks, and that there is plenty of refrigerant at all times. Excessive water around your air conditioner is an indication that a leak or low refrigerant is causing a problem.

Louisville air conditioning repair is not generally a do-it-yourself job. Our trained, licensed employees know how to perform a complete inspection, identifying potential problems before they damage your system. They are also equipped to repair an AC unit when a mishap does occur, minimizing damage and making sure your equipment will serve your home efficiently for years to come.