Is your AC not cooling your home or property? Does it make a strange noises or have water pooling around it? These are just a couple of common signs it’s time to call the experts at Burgess Heating & Air.
Why Choose Burgess for AC Repair in Safety Harbor?
Since the late 1989, the Burgess team has been keeping Safety Harbor and Tampa Bay residents comfortable. Over the years, we’ve seen it all and have probably repaired just about every AC issue known (and unknown). So, when you call for ac repair in Safety Harbor can rest assured our team of highly skilled technicians will be able to get the job done. Every member of the Burgess team is tested and trained to ensure they possess the know-how to diagnose and repair any AC system regardless of whatever brand it may be.
Some of the Cooling Issues we Repair
- No Cool – Your AC is on but warm or no air is coming out of the vents.
- AC Freezing Up – If you see ice inside your air handler, this could indicate a blockage or other internal issue. If it is ignored for too long, this could lead to more costly repairs.
- Water Pooling or Leaking – If you see water pooling or leaking around your AC system, this could mean the lines or piping connected to the system have worn down or have broken. Strange-colored stains or puddles around the unit is also a sign there is a leak.
- Strange Noises – You should never hear “strange” noises coming from your AC system. It is important to investigate rattling, banging, whistling, humming, or anything else that sounds odd coming from your condenser or air handler.
- Strange Odors – Just as you should not hear anything strange when using your air conditioner, strange odors emitting from your unit or vents is another sign of a potential problem with your system.
- The Unit is Constantly Turning On and Off – If your AC turns on or off unexpectedly, this could be an issue with a connection or thermostat.
- Thermostat Issues – A faulty or broken thermostat often leads to limited or no air. Issues can range from a dead battery to a complete connection failure.