There are few things more annoying than bringing out the ice packs and desk fans because your air conditioner is malfunctioning. It’s particularly bad right when a heat wave is at your doorstep. Rather than sit around while you wait for AC repair
in De Soto, why not go with the most trusted name in town?
The AC experts at Kohles & Bach Heating & Cooling are famous for their meticulous, prompt service. This applies to everything from window units to sprawling commercial systems. No matter how difficult the problem may be, we’re dedicated to getting it right the first time. You should receive nothing less than the very best in customer service, and we won’t quit a job until you’re 100% satisfied.
We provide emergency repairs, regular inspections and maintenance, and seamless installation of upgraded systems. So whatever you need, there’s a technician at Kohles & Bach Heating & Cooling ready to step in with the experience and tools to get it done quickly and safely. You’ll keep nice and cool as those temperatures start to climb.
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Many problems with air conditioners are best handled by a licensed technician. Thankfully that doesn’t mean there aren’t steps you can take without any help to keep your AC in good shape.
A common problem with HVAC systems is bad cooling. Sometimes the airflow isn’t getting all the way through your vents. In other cases, you can’t adjust a room’s temperature how you want it. Most of the time this happens because your air filter has become dirty or clogged. Be sure to swap it every few months. This will prevent dust and debris from reaching the rest of your HVAC system.
In other cases the treated air may simply be too weak to lower the temperature. It might be because the air conditioner itself isn’t strong enough for your home or office. Cutting costs during construction or renovations without thinking about the HVAC system is sometimes the culprit of this problem.
And there is always the chance the wiring has become damaged or disconnected from the system. Check your thermostat and breaker box first. If this doesn’t fix the problem, it may be time to call for a technician
Your senses can be a great help. Stains showing up near equipment or unusual sounds coming from a vent could be the first sign you have a problem. Getting ahead of it could spare you from an expensive, frustrating repair or replacement.
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