24 Hour Emergency AC Service

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24 Hour Emergency AC Service

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Emergency Air Conditioning Repair 

We offer 24/7 emergency air conditioning repair and service to residents and businesses in the greater Phoenix Valley. We can service all makes and models of air condtioning equipment, including all of the most popular brands. We have NATE certified technicians on call and ready to help with your air conditioning or heating emergency. To prevent an unnecessary malfunction in your air conditioning system, we recommend a regular Precision Tune Up on your system. It can save you time and the inconvenience of an untimely repair. See what's included in our Precision Tune Up packages.

 

Desert Valley Aire Inc Precision Tune-up

  • Thermostat - Inspect for loose connections, calibration, and check for proper seal behind thermostat
  • Temperature - Split Measure temperature difference between supply air and return air, ideal temperature difference should be approximately 20 degrees
  • Return Air Grill - Check for dirt and debris and bent fins
  • Check Filter - Replace customer supplied filter, or clean if permanent filter
  • Return Air Duct - Check for dirt and debris
  • Air Distribution - Check for hot and cold areas
  • Disconnect Box - Check for discoloration on fuse holder and warped plastic
  • Contactor - Check for discoloration and pitting
  • Electrical Parts - Check for loose connections and tighten
  • Run Capacitors - Check capacitance and oil leakage on all capacitors
  • Compressor - Check starting, running amps, and terminals
  • Freon - Will add up to one pound if needed
  • Safety Control - Inspect and test
  • Condenser Motor - Check amperage, maximum amperage rating, check motor shaft for play in sleeve bearing, check retaining ring for excessive play, check for oil leakage from motor
  • Fan Blade - Check blade for proper balance
  • Condenser Coil - Check for damaged fins, and debris
  • Blower Motor - Check amperage, maximum amperage rating, check for oil leakage from motor, check motor shaft for play in sleeve bearing, check retainer ring for excessive play, check blower wheel, balance and clear away any dirt build-up
  • Evaporative Coil - Inspect coil for any restricting debris and dirt
  • Condensate Drain - Inspect drain line and pan for buildup
  • Metal Duct Work - Inspect elbow/plenum for air leakage