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We repair all models and brands of air conditioners in San Antonio.
When your air conditioner experiences problems such as not cooling
efficiently, leaking or any other issues, let us take care of it.
Our team is available to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We
are ready to receive your call for air conditioning repair in San
Antonio at our Toll free number:
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IMPORTANT: We don’t work on small appliances such as vacuum cleaners, sewing machines etc. We provide repairs only on major appliances such as refrigerators, dryers, washers, stoves, ovens, dishwashers etc.
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Our air conditioning repair area includes all of San Antonio
and the surrounding cities that are listed below:
Fair Oaks Ranch
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If you would like to get more familiar with your air conditioning
system, please read the information below. We also provide air conditioning
energy efficiency tips about how to use and operate your air conditioner,
while enjoying the benefits of saving money from future needed air
conditioning repairs and high utility bills. Please note that the
information below is for your own educational purposes and we aren’t
suggesting tips for doing-it-yourself. Repairing and servicing air
conditioning units requires knowledge, training and experience.
Trying to repair something that you are not familiar with can be
costly and, more important, dangerous for your safety. For any air
conditioning repairs in San Antonio City call us 24/7 at our toll
ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS
An air conditioner installed in the window of a closed room turns
the room into a giant walk-in refrigerator. The air conditioning
works on exactly the same principles found in all refrigeration
systems, and has the same basic mechanical components. Both appliances
remove heat from inside an enclosed space and release it outside.
But the air conditioning has one feature that most refrigerators
lack. The air conditioning not only cools the air, but also removes
humidity and dumps it outside. The comfort of cool, dry iron hot;
muggy days has made air conditioners basic appliances in millions
of American homes.
Inside an air conditioning system
Behind the front panel of a room air conditioning system
are two compartments separated by an airtight barrier. In the compartment
facing the room, cold evaporator coils cool the air: in the compartment
facing outdoors, heat is discharged from hot condenser coils. A
air conditioning compressor circulates a refrigerant from coils,
absorbing heat inside the room and expelling it outside. Air usually
circulates through the two compartments separately, moved by a blower
and a condenser fan.
Some air conditioning systems have an exhaust vent to draw stale
air from the room. Other components include a room-air filter. Directional
louvers and, possibly, a thermostat to turn the compressor on and
The flow of air
Two separate currents of air flow continuously through
an air conditioning system. Hot and Humid air, drawn in from the
room by the blower (far right), passes across the cold evaporator
coils where it is both cooled and dehumidified (below); the cool,
dry air is blown back into the room through the louvers on the front
panel. At the same time, in the second circulation system, air is
drawn into the unit through side vents located outside the room.
The condenser fan then forces this outside air across the condenser
coils, which contain refrigerant heated by the air inside the room.
The air from the side vents cools off the condenser coils and carries
their heat outside the house.
How an air conditioner dehumidifies
An air conditioner will provide comfort as much by drying
the air as by lowering its temperature. Hot, moist air not only
cools as it passes over the evaporator coils, but also loses its
ability to hold moisture. The airs water vapor condenses in droplets
on the evaporator coils, drips into a collecting pan, and flows
by gravity through tubes adding to a second collecting pan located
-under the condenser fan. A rotating stinger ring, attached to the
fan blades and partly immersed in the pan, whips the water up out
of the pan, and the ran flings it across the hot condenser coils.
The water helps to cool the coils, and then passes outside the house
in water droplets.
Only an air-conditioning repairman has the tools and skills
to test and fix the sealed, pressurized refrigeration system in
your air conditioner, but some repairs, such as replacing a thermostat
(below), are simple; and anyone can do all the maintenance work
necessary to keep a unit operating efficiently. At the start of
the cooling season, oil the fan motor bearings, straighten bent
coil fins (bottom, right) and remove dust and lint from the coils.
Most important of all, clean or replace the air filter at the start
of the cooling season and monthly during it: dirty filters cause
more unnecessary calls to servicemen than any other problem. Central
air conditioners, although basically similar to room air conditioners,
are more complicated mechanically, and are much more expensive',
to protect their investment, many owners buy a service contract
that covers both the routine maintenance and emergency repairs.
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