Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Queens NY Air Conditioning Repair

In Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx, we repair and service all brands and models of air conditionings. If your air conditioning doesn't start, it’s noisy or you have any other problems, simply call our toll free number and we will take care of rest, returning your air conditioning to perfect working order. Call us any time for a same day appointment for your Queens, Brooklyn or Bronx air conditioning repair. We will work with you to set the air conditioning repair appointment for a time that is most convenient for you.

If you prefer, you can email us as well for an air conditioning repair appointment in Brooklyn, Queens or Bronx. In the email please include your name, phone number, zip code and brief details of the problem that you are experiencing with your air conditioning. As soon as we receive the email we will contact you, so that you can schedule your air conditioning repair appointment in Queens.

We service and repair all air conditioning brands and models:
  • Carrier
  • GE
  • Bryant
  • Caloric
  • Lennox
  • Rheem
  • Ruud
  • Puron
  • Tempstar
  • Trane
  • York
The information below will help you to become more familiar with your air conditioning. It will also help you to use your air conditioning in the most effective and efficient ways. This way you will be able to save money on utility expenses and to extend the life of your air conditioning.
IMPORTANT: Do not try to use your own skills and get involved in any air conditioning repairs that you are not familiar and experienced with. Ninety-nine percent of the time when you repair air conditioning you deal with water and electricity and if you don’t know what you are doing this could be a dangerous mix. It could literally kill you! Do not take chances with your safety. The information below is strictly for educational purposes. We strongly encourage you not to getting involved with any air conditioning repairs on your own. All air conditioning repairs demand experience and professional training with gas or electrical systems and can become very dangerous if you don’t have the knowledge for repairs.


Room air conditioners frequently are difficult or impossible for the home handyman to repair, and central air conditioning systems are even more so. But here's help with several malfunctions that you can fix. Repairing a room air conditioner is not easy. If a problem requiring discharging the unit occurs, as is often the case, the home handyman probably would be at a loss since special tools are needed. These tools permit the system to be discharged so repairs can be made, and then vacuumed prior to recharging. It really doesn't pay to buy these tools unless you are going into the air-conditioner repair business.

They are expensive, and for what they cost, you could pay a professional for many repair jobs. However, failures are not always major ones. Sometimes a malfunction occurs which is within the scope of the home handyman. Even if you can't fix the trouble, it's nice to have an idea of what is wrong when dealing with a serviceman. That is what will give you a way to repair the trouble if it's within your capability and/or information that will let you know what is causing your problem. To understand what can go wrong, you have to understand what makes an air conditioner tick.

The principles discussed here apply to any air conditioner room, central or automobile. In an air conditioner (and refrigerant-causing gas to lose heat to air blown outdoors by fan. Cooled refrigerant recycles and home freezer, too) the fluid AN AIR CONDITIONER not only that does this chameleon act is called cools. It also removes moisture from refrigerant. One trade name that has the air, filters out dirt, and circulates becomes synonymous with the generic air. The result is a room, rooms term is Freon.

The typical air conditioner at least, of several major components, including a compressor, condenser, evaporator, and expansion valve let’s starts at the compressor, which is merely a pump that circulates refrigerant through the system. The outlet side of the compressor is the high-pressure side of the system. The inlet side of the compressor is the low-pressure side. The compressor is run by a built-in electric (capacitor-start) motor. A capacitor-start motor, which is discussed in detail in the chapter on garbage disposers, is basically a split-phase motor to which a capacitor has been added. The capacitor is wired in series with the starting coil to provide more torque for starting under a heavy load.