Air Conditioning Repair Indianapolis
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Indianapolis air conditioning repair technicians from R.T. Moore are your best friends when your AC needs quick repair during the Indiana summer heat! When you need reliable air conditioning repair in Indianapolis, you’ll want the trusted AC experts from R.T. Moore. We have been serving Indianapolis homeowners since 1955, so we have seen every air conditioning problem – and know every air conditioning repair. If you need your air conditioning repaired, you can count on R.T. Moore to fix your AC quickly and get it right the first time. See a video of an R.T. Moore air conditioning technician inspecting an outdoor AC unit.
No matter what air conditioning brand or model you’re currently utilizing, our highly-trained and skilled technicians can bring your air conditioning back to optimal working conditions. Need your air conditioning fixed today? Call us. We pride ourselves on getting your air conditioner fixed the first time and making sure your home or office is a comfortable temperature.
- Air Conditioning (AC) Repair, Replacement, and Service
- Air Conditioner Fix or Replacement
- Indoor Air Quality Improvement
- Humidifier Installation and Service
- Air Conditioner Preventative Maintenance Plans
When you need an air conditioning repair or furnace fix, we will send a technician to your home, not a sales person! You can trust the air conditioning and HVAC experts at R.T. Moore to treat you like a neighbor. We serve Indianapolis and the surrounding communities with AC repair including Avon, Brownsburg, Carmel, Center Grove, Fishers, Geist, Greenwood, Homecroft, McCordsville, Meridian-Kessler, Noblesville, Plainfield, Smith Valley, Westfield, and Zionsville.
Air Conditioner (AC) Repair: Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have questions about air conditioning repair? If you live in Central Indiana, submit your air conditioning repair question. Below are some of the most common questions we hear about air conditioners, along with the answers from the R.T. Moore air conditioning repair experts.
Q: How long does my air conditioning refrigerant last?
A: Your air conditioning refrigerant should last forever, providing your air conditioning system does not have any leaks. If you feel you are losing air conditioning refrigerant, our air conditioner experts can test your AC system.
Q: Are there options for air conditioning systems to help improve my health?
A: We do offer options for your heating and cooling systems that will greatly improve indoor air quality. Contact us for more information.
Q: The big pipe on my air conditioner has ice on it. Is my AC okay?
A: This can be caused by a few different things that might need air conditioning repair. Please turn your air conditioner off and call our air conditioning experts. Turning off your air conditioner will allow the ice to begin melting so our AC technicians can assess the issue when they arrive. If there is ice on the air conditioner pipe, it’s hard for them to resolve the issue because they can’t see the underlying AC components.
Q: Why is my air conditioner so noisy?
A: If you have a heat pump, you could be hearing the defrost cycle. Air conditioners can also be noisy if they are not level. If you hear a sound that you’ve never heard your AC system make, please be careful near the unit as many volts of electricity can be found here. Definitely contact us for assistance. Don’t try to service this yourself.
Q: Is my air conditioning getting ready to fail?
A: Many manufacturers will say their AC equipment has a life expectancy of 10-15 years. Unfortunately, this is not the case with all air conditioners. Our experts offer free estimates if you think your air conditioner might need replacement.
Q: What type of AC filters should I use with my air conditioning?
A: We recommend 5-inch media filters. In some situations, these filters are not an option. See an upcoming video for different types of filters we recommend.
Q: How often should I change my air conditioning filter when there is construction going on in my home?
A: Check your AC filter weekly. A dirty AC filter can cause damage to your system. This can also immediately shut off your heat or air conditioning.
Q: Why is there water always dripping from my air conditioning system?
A: This could be caused by your humidifier, your air conditioner running, or high efficiency furnaces forming condensation. You may want to contact us if it seems excessive.
Q: Should I cover my air conditioning in winter?
A: No, you don’t want to cover your AC in the winter. This can trap moisture and accelerate rusting in your air conditioner.
Q: Should I clean my duct work? Will that help my air conditioner?
A: Cleaning duct work depends on the home. While our heating and cooling expert is in your home, ask their opinion regarding your duct work.
Q: Why is my upstairs so hot? Is my air conditioning not working?
A: In a 2 story home, heat rises. Many homes lack enough return air to properly remove the heat from upstairs. Our heating and cooling experts can offer options to eliminate some of this temperature difference between floors. Contact us for information.
Q: Should I wash the air conditioning coil?
A: A homeowner can wash their air conditioner coil, however, it is possible to damage and bend parts depending on design. It’s much safer to have one of our technicians clean the AC coil, so give us a call to be safe.
Q: How long does my refrigerant last in my air conditioning?
A: Your AC refrigerant could last forever, providing your system does not have any leaks. If you feel you are losing refrigerant, our refrigerant heating and cooling experts can test your system.
Q: Why is the outdoor air conditioning coil rotting?
A: When we see this happen, it is most commonly caused by the homeowner’s dog frequently urinating on the AC coil. You see a lot when you’ve been in business this many years!
Q: Should I have the air conditioning fan running all the time?
A: Yes. Many people are concerned this will increase utility costs, however, there is more energy used to start and stop a system than to run one all the time. Also, starting and stopping the AC system frequently can wear faster.
Q: Why is steam coming off my air conditioning?
A: You will see this if you have a heat pump and this item is in defrost mode. This only happens in the winter. If you see steam or smoke at any other time, contact R.T. Moore.
Q: Why is my air conditioning thermostat blank?
A: There are many different reasons this can happen. Contact a heating and cooling expert to investigate this issue.
Q: Which way should the arrow on the air conditioning filter go?
A: Please see the print next to the filter. It generally indicates the air flow direction.
Q: The big pipe on my air conditioner has ice on it. What does that mean?
A: This can be caused by a few different things. Please turn your air conditioning off and call our heating and cooling experts. Turning off your AC will allow the ice to begin melting so our technicians can assess the issue when they arrive. If there is ice on the pipe, it’s hard for them to resolve the issue.
Q: Should I close my supply grills to make my air conditioning work better?
A: Closing off registers can negatively affect the load of the air conditioning system. In most situations the duct work is designed to meet the air conditioning system’s CFM requirement.
Q: Why is it so humid in my house? Is the air conditioning not working?
A: This can be caused by air infiltration in the Indiana summer or an improperly sized system not running long enough. If you have a humidifier be sure this is turned off in the summer. If that’s not the issue, contact us to take a look.
Q: Does it need to be a certain temperature before I run my air conditioning?
A: Running your air conditioning when it’s not warm enough outside can cause compressor damage. There are controls you can add to your air conditioner to allow it to run in cooler weather. Our heating and cooling experts can provide more information on these controls.