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Air Conditioning Repair

Expert AC Repairs In Cincinnati, OH & Alexandria, KY

Summer is a great season in our area! Picnicking in the park, catching a baseball game, heading to the pool — the warm weather gives us freedom to play outside and have some fun in the sun. However, the fun can quickly turn sour if you return home to find your air conditioner has stopped working and your home is hot and uncomfortable. We won't let your summer fun be interrupted for long. For quick, effective AC repair service near Cincinnati & in Northern KY, call the expert technicians at Peak Heating & Air, Inc.

Common AC Issues

From minor adjustments that can be fixed by the homeowner to major repairs that require many hours of labor, in our 20 years in business we’ve seen a lot that can happen with an air conditioner to cause it to stop working. Some AC repairs are more common than others, and can include:

  • Clogged Air Filter - Changing your air filter regularly is essential for your AC to function properly. When air filters are clogged or obstructed, air cannot flow and your home will not cool.
  • Refrigerant Leak - Refrigerant in your system runs on a closed circuit. When levels are low, your home will not cool appropriately and it means there may be a leak in your network. Some leaks are quickly and easily repaired, while others can be more extreme and involve more extensive labor.
  • Condensate Drain Line Blockage - When the drain line becomes blocked, it could cause water to back up and potentially damage an air conditioning system.  
  • Capacitor Malfunction - The start capacitor is the device that sends an electric current to activate a cooling system, while the run capacitor sends a series of currents to keep the system operating. When they malfunction, the system will either not turn on or not work properly.
  • Compressor Not Working - A compressor propels refrigerant throughout the coils to allow for the heat exchange to take place. When the compressor breaks down, the entire system can shut down as well.

Peak Heating & Air For Your AC Repairs

When your AC breaks down, let Peak Heating & Air be your first and only call! Our technicians are equipped with the experience and expertise necessary to get your system up and running again quickly. Our customers have come to trust the honest professional advice and service our team members consistently provide.

We are Cincinnati’s number one choice in air conditioning repairs because:

  • Our technicians are NATE certified.
  • We offer upfront pricing.
  • Our employees are respectful to your home, always.
  • After hours, if you need emergency service, when you leave us a voice message, one of our team members returns your call promptly.
  • We are a local family owned and operated small business.

Don’t let an air conditioner repair sit for long. Call the AC repair experts today at 859-635-8899!

Can a residential air conditioning system leak be fixed?

Yes, a residential air conditioning system leak can be fixed. Although, depending on the severity of the leak, it may require replacement parts. If your system is leaking refrigerant, the refrigerant will also need to be recharged. If your system uses R-22 instead of more updated types of refrigerant, it will be more expensive to have recharged. To find out more about getting your residential air conditioning system leak fixed, give us a call today

How much water should be in an air conditioning system drip pan?

When you look at your air conditioning system’s drip pan, there shouldn't be a large amount of water that remains. Your air conditioning system’s drip pan is designed to capture droplets of water and ensure that water flows through your system’s drain line, but water should not overflow or build up inside the drain pan. If your drain pan is full of water, there is most likely an issue with your air conditioning system that needs to be addressed. To get your air conditioning unit repaired, contact us today

Why won’t my home air conditioner cool my home?

Your air conditioning system may not be cooling your home because:

  • Your air conditioning system’s air filter is blocked or clogged.
  • Your air conditioning system has a refrigerant leak.
  • Your air conditioning system’s thermostat is set incorrectly.

If you notice that your air conditioning system is not cooling your home, you should turn it off to prevent further damage from occurring to your AC unit and call an HVAC technician. To get your home air conditioner repaired, call us today