Air Conditioning Repair
Is your air conditioner not blowing cool air or making lots of noise when it does? If so, you might be in need of a repair. Although there’s never a good time for your air conditioning unit to stop working, you will have peace of mind knowing that if it does, the pros at Superior will have it up and running in no time. With our 24/7 emergency air conditioning repair service, you won’t have to sweat your broken air conditioner for long. Contact us to get help with your AC unit right away!
HVAC Preventive Maintenance Programs
Just like your body, you need to take care of your air conditioning system to ensure it has a long, healthy life. Regular inspections lower energy bills, reduce future HVAC repairs, and increase the lifespan of your AC unit. Whether you need a one-time tune-up, a seasonal inspection, or a full-year preventative maintenance program that includes a tune-up, discounts on products and services and priority service, we’re here to help you keep your cool. Find out more about our HVAC maintenance programs, by giving us a call or stopping in at our office in Sioux Falls, SD today.
When Do You Need AC Repair?Summers in Sioux Falls can be brutally hot, and that’s why we provide emergency air conditioning repair services for residential and commercial customers. Unless your air conditioning system has completely stopped working, it can be hard to decide when to call for help. It might sound silly, but we can get distracted in our busy lives, so check first to see that your AC is turned on. Next, check that all of the windows and doors in your home or business are closed. If you haven’t changed your filter recently, this would be a good time. If you’ve inspected all of these things and are still experiencing any of the following issues, contact the pros at Superior:
- Vents Emit Minimal or No Cool Air
- It Takes Longer Than Normal to Cool Your
- Noisy Air Conditioning Unit
- Increased Utility Bills
- Unit is Icing Over
- Unit is Not Cycling On and Off Properly
- Lost Power When AC Turns On