Your Homes Air Conditioning:
An Investment In Health & Well Being
With the hot summers in the Memphis area, it is never a good thing when you come home expecting to find a cool, comfortable house and are hit with a wall of heat instead. Air conditioning problems are frustrating, but the good news is that there is help right here in Memphis.
With more than 20+ years of professional HVAC experience, our certified technicians at RW Heating & Air Plumbing and Electrical can find the problem and have your air conditioner back running in very little time. We offer air conditioning repair throughout the Memphis and surrounding area.
Has your air conditioner stopped working? Call RW Heating & Air Plumbing & Electrical today at (662) 429-2590 or you can chat with us online for fast, professional air conditioning repairs anywhere in the Memphis or surrounding area!
AC Installation in Memphis
If the time has come to update or upgrade your home cooling equipment, the HVAC pros at RW Heating & Air Plumbing & Electrical can help.
Our team of certified and licensed industry professionals understands that no two homes, or their needs, are going to be alike.
That’s why we offer customized cooling system installs—so that you can rest easy knowing you’re getting the best system possible when you come to RW.
Get a free in-home estimate for a new HVAC system!
Common Air Conditioning Fixes
When an air conditioning system suddenly stops working, you may automatically assume the worst. But major repairs are not always necessary. Sometimes the problem can be something simple, like a clogged air filter or a tripped breaker.
Here are some of the most frequent causes of a sudden air conditioner failure:
An incorrectly set thermostat, a faulty thermostat, or a digital thermostat with dead batteries may prevent the system from turning on.
On especially hot days in the Memphis area, it is not unheard of for the air conditioner to trip the breaker at full load.
Poor Air Flow
Poor airflow due to a dirty filter, blower problems, or duct obstructions can put extra load on the system, causing the compressor to overheat and shut the system down.
Clogged Condensate Drain
If condensed water accumulates in the drain pan due to a clogged condensate drain, a float switch may turn the system off for safety.
Often caused by poor airflow or low refrigerant, a frozen evaporator can cause the compressor to overheat and shut the system off.
Improper Refrigerant Charge
Low or high refrigerant pressures could trip a safety switch and shut the system down.
A damaged AC compressor, relay, or start capacitor could prevent the system from running.
24/7 Emergency Services
If the problem cannot be fixed by adjusting the thermostat, replacing the air filter, or resetting the breaker, you may need professional assistance.
You can schedule maintenance visits conveniently between 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. to have one of our experienced contractors conduct a thorough inspection of all components and perform any needed repairs.
Day or night, weekend or holiday, our certified HVAC technicians are available to answer your call.
When your air conditioner slows down or breaks down, we will dispatch a technician to your home to solve the problem and perform the necessary repairs.
Our technician will arrive with all the tools, training, and replacement parts required.