Calgary Air Conditioning Repair & Tune-Ups

When the thermometer pops, you need an air conditioner you can count on. Call Alberta Indoor Comfort and avoid sweltering in your home this summer!

Imagine being stuck all day inside an oven. Well, for many people with broken or failing air conditioners, that’s exactly what it feels like. At Alberta Indoor Comfort (previously Sears), we know how hot it can get in the summer, and that being cool and comfortable is better for your health. If you need an AC repair contractor, call us today.

Are your clothes stiff and itchy? It’s probably the water! We have water softeners that can ease this problem and give you clean, fresh drinking water.

Signs Your Air Conditioner Is Failing

When the heat goes up, it’s essential you have an air conditioner that won’t let you down. Your AC unit may give you signals it’s about to go out and here are the telltale signs.

  • Lukewarm or Hot Air
  • Mouldy or Burning Odours
  • Low Air Flow
  • Unusual Sounds
  • Frequent Repairs
  • House is too Humid
  • Liquid Leaking

If you notice any of these issues with your air conditioner, it’s essential you call for AC repair services right away so your system is ready to go when the heat is on!

What Maintenance Should I Perform on My AC Unit?

To ensure your air conditioner lasts a long time and gives you top-notch service, you must maintain it. The following are a few tips to keep your unit running perfectly.

  • Change the filter
  • Clean the evaporator coils
  • Clear out debris such as leaves, dirt, and grass
  • Straighten coil fins

The best way to ensure your system is perfectly maintained and ready to go is to call an air conditioner maintenance service and ask them about an AC tuneup.

Is it time to repipe your home? Check out our repiping services and see if we can help.

Should I Repair or Replace My AC?

When your air conditioner breaks down, it’s only natural to want to save money by repairing it over putting in a whole new unit. However, sometimes getting a new system is better for your wallet. Here’s how to know.

  • Frequency of Repairs - If you’re repairing your AC system more frequently, you’re better off putting that money towards a new unit.
  • Repair Cost - If the repairs of your unit are 50% or more than the cost of a new unit, you’re better off getting an air conditioner replacement.
  • High Energy Bills - Older air conditioners are less efficient than newer models and cost you more to operate. Getting a new, high efficiency system saves you money month over month.

Don’t let a broken down air conditioner make you miserable this year. Call Alberta Indoor Comfort and ask about our central AC repair and AC maintenance services today at 403-230-2689.