Air Conditioner Repair Plymouth

Fast, Honest And Reliable Air Conditioner Repair To Plymouth And Surrounding Areas

Local Central Air Conditioning Repair Service

 

All of our Plymouth air conditioning technicians are industry certified, EPA licensed and go through an extensive background check before being hired, so you can trust that our air conditioning repair technicians are trained and qualified to get the job done right, honest and safe to have in your home!

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Why trust Fahrenheit Heating and Cooling with your Air Conditioning Repairs?


 

  • AC Repairs are Guaranteed 100%

  • Professional, certified and EPA Licenced
    Technicians

  • Our Service Vans Are Stocked with
    most parts to 
    repair any
    brand air conditioner

  • Honest and Upfront Pricing

Professional Home Air Conditioning Repair Service

We provide 24 hour air conditioning repair service, 7 days a week, to take care of all of your Plymouth mi air conditioning repair needs and surrounding areas. We offer same day service, and are typically at your home within hours of the air conditioning repair service request. Rest assured that all of our air conditioning repairs are backed by Fahrenheit Heating and Cooling's 100% Satisfaction Guarantee!

Fahrenheit Heating and Cooling offers ac service for all brands and models of central air conditioners

 

  • Trane

  • American Standard

  • Carrier

  • Bryant

  • Payne

  • Tempstar

  • Lennox

  • Goodman

  • Fedders

  • Maytag

  • Westinghouse

  • Frigidaire

  • Kelvinator

  • Ducane

  • Armstrong

  • Amana

  • Ruud

  • Heil

  • Kenmore

  • Janitrol

  • York

  • Coleman

  • Comfortmaker

  • Luxaire

  • Concord

  • AirEase

  • Rheem

Typical Air Conditioning Repairs 

Air Conditioning Repair Part

Posible Reason Central Air Conditioner Part Failed

Air Conditioner Electrical Whip

  • Due to age (over 8 years old)
  • High amp draw
  • Under sized conductor
  • Non weather tight conduit
  • Loose wire connections

Air Conditioner Disconnect

  • Age / Condition - Rust And Corrosian
  • Loose Electrical Connection
  • Unsafe Condition
  • Shorted Or Burnt Lugs
  • Unable To Disconnect Circuit

Air Conditioner Contactor

  • Pitted / Corroded Terminals
  • Shorted Coil
  • Short Cuircuit From Tranformer
  • Contacts Stuck Closed
  • Burnt Terminals

Air Conditioner Condenser Fan Motor

  • Seized Bearings
  • Shorted / Burnt Winding
  • Short Cyclening
  • Broken / Bent Fan Blade
  • Weak / Defective Capacitor
  • Condenser Age
  • Lack Of Maintenance

Air Conditioner Tripped Breaker / Fuse

  • Short Circuit To Ground
  • Exsesive Start Or Run Amp Draw
  • Corroded Terminals
  • Loose Wire Connection
  • Improper Breaker Or Fuse Size
  • Power Surge /  Lightning Storm
  • Brown Out Condition
  • Executive Short Cycling

Air Conditioner Capacitor

 

  • Leaking Oil / Bulged Metal Jacket
  • Corroded Wire Terminals
  • Hard Starting Hermetic Compressor
  • Short Cycling Of System
  • Short Circuit / Open Circuit
  • Low Microfarads Compared To Rating

Air Conditioner Condenser Fan Blade

  • Cracked Or Bent From:
  • Poor System Maintenance
  • Blade Hit Obstruction
  • Hail
  • Age Of System

Air Conditioner Transformer

  • Shorted Or Burnt Coil
  • Low Voltage Short Circuit
  • High Voltage Short Circuit
  • Power Surge / Lightning Storm
  • Improper Primary Voltage
  • Low Voltage Wiring
  • Wattage Capacity Too Low For System

Air Conditioner Digital / Non- Digital Thermostat

  • Improper Installation
  • Faulty Anticipator
  • Faulty Transformer
  • Power Surge / Lightning Storm