There is never a good time for an air conditioner to break down, but some situations are worse than others. If your air conditioner stops working, it can cause extreme comfort problems in your home and might even endanger someone in your family. That’s why Jerry Kelly offers emergency air conditioner service to our customers. Today we’re going to talk about what air conditioner emergency service is and when it’s a good idea to take advantage of it!
What constitutes an air conditioner emergency?
An air conditioner emergency is any time that your air conditioner breaks down after hours and needs to be brought back to working condition as soon as possible. Some scenarios when this might occur include when your air conditioner overheats, when your condenser unit is damaged during a storm or when an animal chews through your system’s electrical wires.
There are times when you can wait until the following day to call to have your air conditioner fixed, but there are other times when you need your system fixed right away. For example, a broken air conditioner might prevent you and your family from being able to fall asleep. In addition, high indoor temperatures can endanger the lives of some elderly people and pets.
Jerry Kelly offers 24/7 emergency service
Jerry Kelly is available for emergency service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. No matter when your system breaks down, you can count on Jerry Kelly to be there to answer your call and take care of your problem in a timely manner.
How can you prevent the need for air conditioner emergency service?
Although emergency service is great to have as a last resort, it would be even better to avoid the situation all together. One way to do that is to replace your air conditioner when it reaches the end of its operating life. Old air conditioners are much more likely to break down than newer systems, especially when it’s extremely hot outside and you need them the most. In addition, make sure to schedule annual tune-ups for your air conditioner and replace your air filter every month in order to ensure your system is well-maintained. Both of these maintenance tasks will dramatically reduce the likelihood of needing to call for emergency service.
If you have any questions about air conditioner emergency service, or if you’d like a cooling system serviced or installed in your home, contact Jerry Kelly, your St. Charles, MO, air conditioning contractor. We serve the St. Louis area, including towns like St. Paul, St. Peters and Town and Country, MO.