AC Maintenance in Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville
Your AC unit does more than keep you cool during the hot summer months, it also protects you from the dangers of heatstroke when temperatures hit record highs in Hamilton, Burlington and Oakville. That’s why regular maintenance of your air conditioner is so important.
Top Local Residential and Commercial AC Tune-up Service
To save you money and ensure your AC unit is ready for the warmer season, scheduling regular AC tune-ups at home and at work can prevent minor issues from becoming serious problems that impact the life of your air conditioner.
If your AC unit is running and you can hear it making odd noises or notice any water pooling under it, that’s a clear sign it’s time to call our experts in to help. Even an unusually high utility bill can point to a larger problem with your air conditioning. Our HVAC technicians are certified to provide AC maintenance on all major brands, so we’ll be able to identify the problem quickly and provide you with the service you need.
WARNING SIGNS INDICATING A POTENTIAL ISSUE WITH YOUR AC UNIT:
- Strange sounds
- Blowing warm air
- Mouldy smell
- Weak airflow
- Water leaking
If you notice anything unusual when you turn your AC on, give us a call at 905 388 3333.
We Offer Reliable Local AC Maintenance
When it comes to AC maintenance in your local area, Lancaster Heating and Cooling has a reputation for quality repairs and service. Experience our five-star customer service and get your air conditioning unit in top shape before the seasons change.
AC Maintenance FAQ
Should I be covering my Air Conditioner for the winter?
There have been many opinions on covering outside condensers leaving customers thoroughly confused. When you think about the use of the cover and what happens in the winter, varying temperatures and hot sun in the winter could cause condensation within the cover and the appliance. This condensation does cause problems with the “fins” in the condensing unit. A simple piece of plywood over the top of the unit will prevent ice buildup on the top of the unit and will allow the “fins” to breathe within the condensing unit thus not restricting the air circulation.