In Opelousas, Louisiana and the surrounding communities of Lafayette, a fully functional and highly efficient air conditioning system is essential for maintaining indoor comfort during the hottest days of the summer and to help keep your utility bills as low as possible. If your AC system begins to fail or falters completely, your health and safety are at risk when temperatures rise into the 90s and 100s – especially for children and the elderly.
You can count on the certified HVAC technicians at Lee’s AC to make sure you’re comfortable and safe all through the entire summer.
AC systems often struggle when one or two components break, which means you will need replacement parts to get your air conditioner running again. Contact us as soon as you notice an issue with your air conditioning unit in order to avoid cascading problems that can become ever more expensive to repair.
If you experience any of the issues below, please call Lee’s AC and we’ll send one of our experienced HVAC technicians out to identify the problem with your heating and cooling system.
Here are a few signs and indicators that your AC system requires repair from a certified HVAC professional:
Keep scrolling to discover how you can save on our AC repair services, and to learn more about leaky AC systems and cooling units that are blowing out hot air instead of operating correctly.
A leaky air conditioning unit is a fairly common problem to come by. It’s likely caused by one of the following symptoms:
If you try changing the air filter, and the problem persists, we recommend calling a professional to repair your AC system before the issue becomes worse.
If your AC unit is no longer blowing cold air into your home, it’s probably a result of one of the following issues:
If the thermostat is set properly and your air filter is clean, then your AC is most likely blowing warm air for one of the other reasons, which require the help of an HVAC professional.
As a full-service HVAC contractor, Lee’s TemperaturePro serves residential and commercial customers in the Opelousas, LA service area.