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Air Conditioning Repair in Oakville Backed by a Satisfaction Guarantee

Air conditioner won’t turn on? Cooling system making weird noises after beginning? Don’t sweat it. Expert Abbey Air Home Services by Enercare technicians are set to help when you need air conditioning repairs in Oakville.

Our Experts are among the best in our industry. Count on them to provide outstanding customer service and satisfaction. We stand behind our outstanding work so much we back it with a one-year 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.*

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Air conditioning repairs are usually needed at the worst time, like the hottest day of summer or a weekend. This means you could be waiting for a little while for repairs. With one of our affordable membership plans, you’ll be able to cut the line with 24/7/365 guaranteed priority service. And you won’t shell out a penny for overtime or trip charges—ever!

Common Problems with Air Conditioning Systems

These are some of the most regular troubles with AC systems. You might be able to fix some of these things on your own. However, you should get in touch with us if your air conditioner is leaking refrigerant or making odd noises.

  • Air conditioner won’t turn on. Make sure the thermostat is accurately set before examining the electrical panel for a tripped breaker.
  • Air isn’t cold. Verify thermostat settings are on the correct temperature and that your thermostat has power. Then replace the air filter, if you haven’t done this in the past few months. A fresh air filter can increase efficiency and indoor air quality. Make sure the outdoor unit isn’t obstructed by debris and that it isn’t leaking refrigerant. If you discover a refrigerant leak, contact us at 289-813-5566 for service. If your air conditioner was installed prior to 2011, it probably relies on a hydrochlorofluorocarbon (HCFC) refrigerant known as Freon®, or R-22. This refrigerant is no longer being manufactured due to its harmful effects on the ozone layer. As only limited, recycled quantities are available, solving a R-22 refrigerant leak can be costly. We typically suggest air conditioning installation in this instance. 
  • Uneven cooling. Fluctuating temperatures or humidity that’s imbalanced are often caused by leaky ducts, not enough insulation or blocked registers. If none of those things are creating the problem, consider adding blackout curtains on south-facing windows. You can also install a zoning system to regulate temperatures in distinct rooms. As an alternate solution, a mini-split heat pump with variable refrigerant flow can fix heating and cooling problems in rooms that appear uncomfortable. 
  • Water dripping from unit. Check the condensate line for clogs. This is the PVC pipe exiting the air conditioner. Leaking refrigerant can also cause ice to build up on the coils and drip water.
  • Air conditioner is making strange noises. Screeching, clanging, banging or clicking sounds signal potentially dangerous problems. If you’re hearing strange air conditioner noises, turn it off and call Abbey Air Home Services by Enercare at 289-813-5566.

If these troubleshooting tips don’t fix the problem, Abbey Air Home Services by Enercare Experts are available to provide support. While we’re at your residence, we can also suggest an air conditioning maintenance plan that could help you lower the chance of malfunctions and even boost energy efficiency by up to 30%.** Call us at 289-813-5566 to schedule your appointment right away!

*For HVAC Service Memberships, certain warranty exclusions and limitations apply. See your signed agreement for full terms and conditions. For the Advantage Program™, please see your signed Advantage Program Agreement for full details and exclusions. Lease with approved credit; visit ServiceExperts.com for details. **Potential savings may vary depending on age and condition of equipment, personal lifestyle, system settings, equipment maintenance, and installation of equipment and duct system.