At Barber Heating & Air, our HVAC experts in Burlington, NC know it is hard to have a cool you and a cool summer at the same time, especially when you are not sure if the coolness is worth the cost. With Barber Heating & Air, we make sure your cooling needs are met with affordable and reasonable prices! Not only do we install, sell, and service brand-name cooling equipment, we also offer a 15% discount off labor and Service Agreements for your residential, commercial, or restaurant needs. Note: there are alternative ways of cooling your home or office without an air conditioner. See our HVAC Burlington, NC cooling and air conditioning options below.
Our HVAC Burlington, NC Cooling Services Include:
- Dual Duel Unit Installation
- Honeywell Zone Control Systems
- Air Conditioning Installation and Service
- Ductless, Mini-Split Installation
- Filter Cleaning and Replacement
- Coil Cleaning and Replacement
- Fan Belt Replacement
- Motors and Bearings Lubrication
- Blowers and Fans Check
- AC Controls and Safeties Check
- Refrigerant and Pressure Check and Charge
- Operating Temperature Verification
An air conditioner’s filters, coils, and fins require regular maintenance for the unit to function effectively and efficiently throughout its years of service. Neglecting necessary maintenance ensures a steady decline in air conditioning performance while energy use steadily increases.
Hiring a Professional
When your air conditioner needs more than regular maintenance, hire a professional service technician. A well-trained technician will find and fix problems in your air conditioning system.
The technician should:
- Check for correct amount of refrigerant
- Test for refrigerant leaks using a leak detector
- Capture any refrigerant that must be evacuated from the system, instead of illegally releasing it to the atmosphere
- Check for and seal duct leakage in central systems
- Measure airflow through the evaporator coil
- Verify the correct electric control sequence and make sure that the heating system and cooling system cannot operate simultaneously
- Inspect electric terminals, clean and tighten connections, and apply a non-conductive coating if necessary
- Oil motors and check belts for tightness and wear
- Check the accuracy of the thermostat.