Air Conditioning Repair – Choosing the Right Company

Blog Post Air condition Repair- Choosing the Right Company - Primo A/C and Heating Service

So you’re thinking you might need Air Conditioning Repair hu? Well there are a few things you should think about when deciding your ac repair option in the Rio Grande Valley.  

  • Professionalism
  • Dependability
  • Experience
  • Equipment

Your A/C is no doubt a vital part of your home. Especially when living in the Rio Grande Valley, TX heat. So, you need to be aware of who you are asking to work on your cooling or heating system for that matter. There are many companies to choose from, and to be honest most people don’t have a clue about what it really takes to perform an air condition repair in the RGV. With Primo, we handle all our repairs with the utmost professionalism and make sure that each customer fully understands the process of what the repair will be and why it is necessary. Knowing that you are calling someone reliable and with 30 years of dependable experience in the Rio Grande Valley, you know that the repair will be taken care of and that you know what is going on. Reliability and professionalism is critical when choosing an Air Condition Repair company.

When you do call a repair company, one recommendation is to ask for references and how long they have been in service. If they are truly dependable, they will have no problem with providing this information to you, and you can have plenty of RGV residence to ask and survey. Another thing to consider is the number of different types of cooling systems that are out there. Older models need specialized tools such as pressure gauges and freon or supplies for cooling gas. More modern and newer models take different gases to work properly then older models to meet EPA standards. Be absolutely sure that the company you choose for your A/C repair in the Rio Grande Valley is using all the right equipment properly and have all the correct licenses to handle the various gases needed for different systems. The easy answer is to call Primo A/C and Heating Services for all your air conditioning repairs.

Not only does the company you choose have to have all the right equipment, and socialized tools, but they need to have the skills to handle any situation that may arise. Some A/C issues need complete overhauls, but some issues can be resolved with just a simple cleaning. With the valley having deep roots n history, many older homes have unique and rather difficult circumstances when it comes to the A/C units location. Some technicians may not be so keen to perform a repair if it means they have to work extra hard to get to the unit. Some may feel like just air condition replacement is the best option, when all that needed to be done was something simple and the technician just didn’t want to be bothered going the extra mile for the customer. They leave with a pocket full of cash, and you are stuck having to pay for something you didn’t need. Most often then not, your current units’ life can be extended to perform for a long time. Not all RGV systems can be fixed with a simple repair. From time to time a repair is not the best option, but with the right company, you’ll get an honest assessment and an honest price.

Lastly, don’t forget to replace the air filter frequently. Many issues can be avoided by simply replacing the filter often and consistently. It will be the best and smartest thing you do for your air condition system.

If you’re living in the rio Grande Valley, and need air condition maintenance, repair, or a new unit installed, call Primo A/C and Heating Services. Call us will be the best decision you have ever made. If you don’t decide to call us, then take our advice in this post, and make sure you are doing your due diligence with the company you choose to go with.

Stay Cool

Jay – Primo Master Technician

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