Cooling units in Prairie Village are the same basically, but there are some differences in size and the amount of space they can cool. Along with Freon, every air conditioning unit contains a pump and condenser along with an evaporator, thermostat for temperature control and an expansion valve, which allows the cooled air to be gradually released into the system. It is important that you do your research to find the best unit that will cool your Prairie Village home and something that is affordable.
You need to ensure that the Prairie Village air conditioning system you choose for your family’s comfort is the best choice that you can make. There are specialized air conditioning units, each with its own benefits and features. It pays to do your research and know the type of system you are looking for. It does not take long to figure out what systems are best for you and your family.
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Amy - Prairie Village, KS
great service at a very reasonale rate
Dixie - Prairie Village, KS
Rchard seemed very pleasant,, thorough and informative.
Performed furnace tuneup on 2008 Lennox furnace. Tested all electrical components and wiring. Tested safety controls. Checked filter and replace. Tested airflow and temperature rise. Checked blower motor and controls. Started family club membership program.
Performed tune up on 2010 York air conditioner. Tested electrical wiring and components. Tested indoor temperature drop and outdoor temperature rise. Tested R410 a refrigerant temperatures and pressures. Washed outside condenser.
Had a no cooling call in Prairie Village on a Whirlpool air-conditioner. The cause of the problem was a bad capacitor on the outdoor fan motor. Replaced the capacitor to correct and started the unit. The outdoor fan still would not start because it was overheated. Ran water on the motor to cool it off and the motor started. Checked the air conditioner operation. Checked the Freon levels.
Performed a complete air-conditioner tuneup. Checked the thermostat. Replaced the furnace filter. Checked the dampers. Turned off the Aprilaire humidifier. Checked the condensate drain. Washed the outdoor unit. Checked all of the electrical. There is some concern about the condition of the outdoor fan motor. Bearings are showing some signs of wear and it runs hot. Checked the refrigerant charge. Verified the proper levels of R-22 Freon. Pressures and temperatures are good.
Performed an air conditioning spring tuneup on a York air conditioner. Checked the thermostat. Replaced the filter. Turned off the humidifier. Checked the ductwork for air leaks. Checked the condensate drain for blockages. Checked the air-conditioners operation. Checked all electrical. Checked the refrigerant charge. Added 27 ounces of R-410 A to bring to proper pressures and temperatures.
The customers Lennox air conditioner was not working. Found that the breaker to the air-conditioner was tripped. Searched the system and located a short in the wiring that was grounded to the air-conditioner cabinet. Repaired the bare wires. Started the unit and checked the Freon charge. Everything is working normally at this time.
Performed fall cleaning and safety check on a 2005 Lennox G50UH-36B-090-07. Thoroughly cleaned system. Tested all of the safety controls. Put the system through out 16 point checklist. Started a maintenance agreement to return in the spring for the air conditioner.
Tune up on 1995 york air conditioner
Air conditioner was not cooling. Found that the a/c and the furnace were not running. Checked the Lennox furnace and found a bad circuit board. Replaced the circuit board to correct and checked the system operation.