Air Conditioning Repair for Homes & Apartments

Responsive Service From Standard Air

It’s 98° F and your AC unit just quit working—but don’t panic. The cooling professionals at Standard Air Conditioning are available 24/7, arriving promptly with the parts and expertise to handle most common air conditioning repairs. Our EPA, DET and NATE-certified technicians are trained to perform repairs on all leading AC brands, and our service trucks are fully stocked with a parts inventory that facilitates quick resolution of the most complex cooling problems.

Warning Signs of Air Conditioning Failure

Regular inspections and maintenance are the best ways to identify and prevent potential air conditioning repairs. Many AC repairs are caused by neglected maintenance, like clogged drains or dirty filters. Sometimes your AC system gives you clues that something is amiss. Never ignore these telltale signs of air conditioning trouble:

  • Squeals, banging or clicking
  • Erratic operation
  • Excessive compressor vibration
  • Musty or unpleasant smell
  • Excessive humidity in the air
  • Steady rise in utility usage
  • Hot or cold spots
  • Short-cycling motor (unit turns on & off frequently)

When you notice these signs of trouble, call Standard Air for an AC safety and performance inspection. With quick intervention, you may escape the inconvenience and expense of a major repair.

Preventing Common Air Conditioning Repairs

Neglected maintenance shortens the life of your air conditioner and causes it to run less efficiently. You can eliminate common repairs and improve energy savings when you perform these recommended procedures on a regular basis:

  • Change or clean filters
  • Check humidity & temperature settings
  • Keep yard debris away from outside compressors
  • Inspect fuses, breakers & electrical controls
  • Seal ducts

Standard Air’s Planned Maintenance Agreement is an easy and economical way to ensure that you keep up with routine air conditioning maintenance. Our certified AC techs inspect, clean and adjust your air conditioner to manufacturer’s specs, so it runs reliably and efficiently all summer long.

Is It Time for a New Air Conditioner?

Frequent air conditioning repairs may indicate that your single-family or multifamily AC unit needs to be replaced. Keeping a worn-out system may be more expensive than installing a new, energy-efficient one—which can lower utility bills and drastically improve indoor comfort. For a cost-benefit analysis of a new air conditioning system, call Standard Air’s Wetumpka office at 334.472.5000. For your convenience, you can also schedule an AC inspection online and a member of our team will be in touch promptly.