When the weather outside heats up, you expect cool air to blow when you turn on the air conditioner. If your system isn't working properly, you want a professional technician to take care of your AC unit ASAP. Rye Heating and Air Conditioning provides the experience you need to get cool air in your home. We're ready, willing and able to take care of an array of air conditioner problems, such as:
We service all brands of air conditioners, including Carrier, Goodman, Amana, York, Lennox, Rheem, Coleman, Bryant and American Standard. Call 980-389-0008 today to schedule air conditioner repairs at your home in the Denver, Lincolnton or Hickory, NC area.
Our HVAC technicians are skilled at troubleshooting all types of problems to make sure your air conditioner runs properly. We'll give you an estimate before beginning work. Our goal is to ensure your comfort and 100% satisfaction. Contact Rye Heating and Air Conditioning today for reliable and professional air conditioning repair services.
You enjoy it when the weather starts to heat up. However, if you're air conditioning unit isn't working properly, your home can unpleasantly start to feel like the outdoors. If you're doing more sweating than cooling off inside it's time for an A/C repair. Rye Heating and Air Conditioning provides quick and reliable air conditioner services in the Hickory, NC area.
We will repair any type of A/C unit and won't try to sell you a new unit unless it's absolutely necessary. In addition to repairing your A/C unit, we'll leave you with recommendations on how to keep your unit running smoothly moving forward.
Need A/C repair? Why not call the guys who care? Contact us for a free estimate today.
When the temperatures start to rise you want to make sure your A/C unit is working properly. It may not always be obvious that your air conditioner needs repair. Here are five warning signs that you may need an A/C repair:
If you are not completely satisfied with our repair or service we will promptly address your needs or refund your service call fee.
It's the difference between a successful installation and a homeowner's worst nightmare.