Highly Trained Technicians Providing Quality Solutions
The importance of a properly functioning air conditioner here in AZ cannot be overstated. That’s why Wolff Mechanical, Inc. is here to make sure your system is functioning as efficiently and effectively as possible. When your system stops working the way it should be, you can count on us to deliver the lasting solution you deserve. Using state-of-the-art tools and technology, no AC problem is too big or too small for our highly trained technicians to take on. We will have your AC back up and running in no time at all.
Schedule an AC repair in Scottsdale by calling (602) 362-8628 today!
Signs You Need an AC Repair in Scottsdale
It is important to be able to recognize the signs that your air conditioner is struggling so you can have it repaired as soon as possible. Missing or ignoring signs of a damaged or malfunctioning AC can result in extensive damage down the line, which makes prompt service crucial.
You should schedule an AC inspection if:
- There is hot air coming from your air vents
- Your airflow is weak or inconsistent
- Your AC is making loud noises
- There was an unexpected spike in your utility bills
- There are burning odors coming from your system
- Your AC cycles on and off constantly throughout the day
- There is water leaking from the AC
- The evaporator coils are frozen
Why Is My AC Not Blowing Cold Air?
Is your AC blowing warm/hot air into your home?
Below are some of the most common causes of this problem:
- Refrigerant leaks
- Clogged air filters
- Leaks in ductwork
- Damaged evaporator coils or condensers
- Blocked or clogged air registers
- Broken thermostats
To determine why your AC is blowing warm air throughout your home, call Wolff Mechanical, Inc. Our Scottsdale AC repair pros are here to help.
“Brandon D. educated me on the unit, was on time, thorough, and nice.”- Son Goku
“I have used Wolff before and have had excellent results.”- Laura Ruggiero
“Andre was fantastic. He diagnosed the problem right away, repaired it quickly and was very careful with my shrubs by the unit.”- Jac McCracken