Heating & Cooling Services

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Not Cooling

If the unit turns on but is not producing either cool or warm air then the air conditioning unit might have a gas leak. The air conditioning system will need inspecting to find the leak and repair it. We can test the pipework, and vac the system to remove any air or moisture before filling it with the correct amount and type of refrigerant.

Noisy Unit
If the outdoor unit is making more noise than usual, hen it might require a replacement fan motor and likewise for the indoor unit. The condensate pump which removes moisture from the system may also be at fault as when these start to fail they can become noisy. All of the above point towards an imminent failure of the system and early diagnosis and repair are essential to prevent further damage.

Poor Performance
Having the unit regularly serviced will maintain the optimum performance of the air conditioning system. When a unit has not been serviced the build up of grime prevents the air conditioning system from ‘breathing’ both in and out. This will often result in not only poor performance but increased running costs and system failures. A sure fire sign that a system is blocked is the build up of ice on either the indoor or outdoor units.
Call our expert air conditioning experts today.

Not Heating

Ensuring the controller is set to heating mode might sound like an obvious solution but is the most common diagnosis we make over the phone! If the air conditioning unit is neither heating nor cooling, then the system may well be short of refrigerant gas indicating that a leak has occurred or a major failure in the system. The next step is to call the air conditioning and heating experts at Temprite Air Solutions.

Bad Smell
Air conditioning units are recirculating the air within the room. Therefore, smells and odours build up on the cooling coils. The system is removing the moisture from the atmosphere, and therefore, you can have a build-up of bacteria that can only be removed with specialist chemicals. Having the units regularly serviced is a sure-fire way of eliminating these bad smells.

Leaking Water
The most common issues we get asked to resolve is when a unit is dripping water. The main reasons for a unit leaking can be because the unit has not been serviced or the condensate pump has failed. Call our team to arrange for an air conditioning expert to attend problem today.

Services & Maintenance

24/7 Temprite Air Solutions heating and cooling.

Your ultimate comfort solution Ac repair and Maintenance in Tampa and surrounding cities.
Our Temprite air conditioning repair technicians are exceptionally trained and certified to work on all air conditioner brands. When Florida gets a heat wave, you want peace of mind that your AC is effective and won’t break down at peak temperatures. Should a break down occur, we are available to diagnose and repair your system 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. However, our recommendation is that homeowners be proactive and have annual air conditioning tune ups.

Regular tune-ups:

Prolong the life of your system Save energy and money on utility bills by keeping your system running at peak efficiency Avoid breakdowns and the need for emergency service calls when the weather gets really hot.

Keep your system’s warranty in good standing – most homeowners are unaware that their warranty is voided if they do not service the system annually

Air Conditioner Tune Ups

  • Examine Air Conditioner installation quality
  • Examine equipment condition area, and clearances
  • Measure temperature difference across evaporator coil
  • Check for noise, vibration and proper air flow
  • Check all electrical connections
  • Check all wiring from disconnect switch to unit
  • Check for proper voltage to equipment
  • Clean and/or replace standard
  • HVAC air filters Lubricate all moving parts
  • Visually check accessible components for any indication of freon leaks
  • Measure temperature difference between supply air and return air
  • Measure refrigerant temperature and pressure
  • Check and clean condenser coil