The last thing any Laytonsville homeowner wants to deal with is an AC that is acting up on a hot summer day—it’s even worse if your air conditioner isn’t working at all! Thankfully, you have the AC experts at James A. Wheat & Sons. Our technicians can come out to your home and diagnose the issue you’re having—and usually they can fix it right then so you can go back to enjoying a cool, comfortable home as soon as possible.
Schedule your air conditioning repair in Laytonsville, MD today by calling James A. Wheat & Sons at 240-399-5051240-399-5051 or filling out the form to the right!
A properly maintained air conditioner will last you a long time. But as your system gets older, it might start to run into some snares. Fortunately, no air conditioner problem is too large or too small for James A. Wheat & Sons! If you live in Laytonsville, call us today if:
Your air conditioner is making a lot of noise – loud noises coming from your air conditioner usually mean your fan coil is dislodged or frayed. As the belt continues to degrade, the noise can get louder and louder until the whole thing finally comes apart. Before this happens, give us a call! We can replace your fan belt and lubricate the bearing in your motor to get your AC running as good as new.
Your AC coil is frozen – if you go too long without changing your air filters, there’s a good chance your refrigerant coil will ice up at some point during the summer. Basically what happens is that as warm, humid air passes through the coil, the moisture in the air condenses on the coil and moves through the condensate drain as the air flows. If airflow is restricted, the moisture stays put on the extremely low temperature coil, quickly freezing. Frozen AC coils can cause a bunch of problems, including reduced cooling capacity and, eventually, full-on compressor failure.
Your air conditioner is leaking – leaky air conditioners present a double problem—first, your air conditioner is damaged, which is bad enough, but second, leaks also open up the door for mold and mildew growth. If your AC condensate drain stops working and you have water inside your home, just schedule an appointment with our pros in Laytonsville. We can replace your rusted condensate pan or clear out any blockages in the drain pipe—whatever it takes to fix the problem!
Your air conditioner just isn’t cooling – If there are no obvious signs of damage to your air conditioner but it’s not providing enough cool air, give us a call. We use the latest tools and technology to figure out exactly what is going on with your air conditioner so we can get it fixed as soon as possible.
When your AC goes out in Laytonsville, you know what to do—schedule your air conditioning repair with James A. Wheat & Sons. Your friends and neighbors have trusted us with all their AC services since 1978, and we can help you with any issue you’re having quickly and professionally.