Melbourne AC Repair
Professional, Affordable AC Repairs in Brevard County
When there is a problem with your cooling system, don’t entrust the repair to just anybody. The efficient, consistent, and long-term performance of your AC unit depends on meticulous and knowledgeable repair procedures. Call on WEATHER ENGINEERS, and we’ll send a NATE-certified, factory trained, and regularly updated technician to your door without delay. On time and dressed in uniform, our team is equipped with advanced diagnostics, specialized tools, and a complete inventory of genuine factory replacement parts to not only get to the bottom of malfunctions quickly but also resolve the majority right on the spot.
Say goodbye to all your cooling issues today. Contact WEATHER ENGINEERS at (321) 727-2542 for a reliable Melbourne AC repair company.
Dependable Repairs for Your AC System
As a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, WEATHER ENGINEERS upholds strict requirements of business ethics, customer approval ratings, and technical training. We are well-versed in all makes and models and offer cost-effective recommendations with your best interests as our priority.
Be sure to get in touch with us if you notice the following with your AC:
- Not turning on at all
- Cycling frequently
- Not enough cool air
- Uneven temperatures from room to room
- Refrigerant leaks
- Producing strange noises and odors
As a family-owned company, we build ongoing relationships with our customers across Melbourne and all of Brevard County by exceeding expectations at every opportunity.
Why is My AC Leaking Water?
Wondering why your AC is leaking water? Moisture or condensation on your air conditioner is normal. The process that the unit uses in order to cool down warm air causes some condensation. But if there is a pool of water or water that is leaking from the unit, there is something wrong with the air conditioner.
There are a number of things that could be causing the leaking water:
- Broken Condenser Pump. One of the most common causes of a leaking air conditioner is a broken condenser pump. This is something that you can test on your own by adding water to the pan of the condenser. The pump should work to get the excess water you put in out of the pan. If it is not pumping out the water, there is an issue with your condenser pump.
- Clogged Drain Pipe. All air conditioning units have a drain pipe. This is to remove condensation from the unit. There are times that dirt and other types of debris can clog up the drain. If the hole is clogged, the water is not able to get out and can begin to back up and pool. You will want to locate and clean out the drain hole. If this is the cause of the problem, you will be able to see the water begin to come out of the hole and the backed up water will drain out.
- Improper Installation. It is important for an air conditioning unit to be level when they are installed and that there is not too much pressure. If the unit is not level, the water can begin to pool. You can easily check the unit with a level to ensure that it was properly leveled during installation. If it was not, the unit should be leveled and the water should drain away. If the unit is already level, there could be too much pressure which can cause leaking in the valves. You can check the pressure by looking for vents within the home that are closed. By simply opening any closed vents, the pressure of the air conditioner can be changed enough for the leaking to stop.
Contact us today if you live in Brevard County, Florida and are not able to determine the cause of the leaking water from your AC unit. Our experienced AC repair technicians will be sure to get to the bottom of the leak.
Why Won’t My AC Turn On?
The air conditioner is one of the hardest working appliances in Florida. The last thing you want is to be stuck during the hot weather without an AC that works. But if your air conditioner won’t turn on, there’s no need to panic.
Common reasons why your AC won’t turn on:
- Tripped circuit breaker: Your circuit breaker prevents your electricity from overloading by turning off big appliances. If your AC won’t turn on, check to see if the circuit breaker has tripped. If so, all you’ll need to do is reset it.
- Malfunctioning thermostat: The thermostat reads the temperatures in a room and informs your air conditioner when to turn on. However, if the thermostat doesn’t work, it won’t know when to turn on the air conditioning unit.
If your air conditioner isn’t working and you can’t figure out why, turn to WEATHER ENGINEERS. We have extensive experience handling everything from broken thermostats to extensive AC repairs. We’ll find what’s wrong and repair it fast.
Call a Melbourne AC Repair Expert Today
Let us save you time and money, optimize your comfort, and deliver results you can trust. WEATHER ENGINEERS has been providing reliable air conditioner repair and maintenance services for over 43 years. No matter what particular AC issue you are dealing with, you can count on our highly trained technicians to solve it on the same day you call. We also offer quality air conditioning replacements in case your current unit is down to its last legs.
Give us a call at (321) 727-2542 or contact our team online for prompt, reliable AC repair in Melbourne or nearby!
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