Reliable Air Conditioning Services in San Antonio & Alamo Heights, TX
We all know that San Antonio gets hot. And there’s nothing worse than coming home from exploring the Missions National Park or San Antonio River and walking into a house that’s just as hot as it is outside. You want that cool, refreshing air to hit you when you open the front door so you can relax and enjoy your home as much as possible.
This is why Damiani’s Comfort Design provides professional, high-quality air conditioning services for our San Antonio community. This includes everything from AC installation and replacement to AC repair and maintenance. When it comes to air conditioning, we’re the HVAC contractors for you!
Call 210-646-9600 or contact us online today to be connected to a member of our team.
Air Conditioning Repair in San Antonio
We wish our AC units could work forever! However, like most things, they might break at some point. We never want you to deal with a broken AC system for long, so call our team of experienced technicians today to get the San Antonio AC repair service you need. Here are some of the most common signs that you need AC repair:
- Your home has been more humid than usual.
- Your AC smells unpleasant.
- Your AC’s airflow is inconsistent or insufficient.
- Your AC cycles on and off frequently.
If you’ve noticed these signs, it’s time to call an AC technician. Call or contact Damiani’s today for AC repair services in San Antonio.
Air Conditioning Installation and Replacement in San Antonio
You know what they say: A good AC installation goes a long way! Well, we don’t know if anyone really says that, but we do. Our team understands the importance of a professional and well-done AC installation. This process defines the functionality of a system: How well it runs, how efficient it is, and how long it operates.
An improper installation can result in rapid system failure and increased energy bills. If you think your old AC system is at the end of its service life and it’s time for a new one, here are some common signs you need to replace your AC:
- Your cooling bill has spiked recently.
- Your AC has needed many repairs.
- Your AC isn’t blowing cool air.
- Your AC is leaking or producing a lot of moisture.
- Your AC makes odd noises.
Want to learn more about Damiani’s AC installation and replacement services? Contact us online or call 210-646-9600 today.
Air Conditioning Maintenance in San Antonio
We don’t think it’s possible to over-emphasize how important maintaining your AC system can be. Damiani’s system maintenance includes cleaning your coils, calibrating your system, and much more to ensure your AC is running as best it can. A proper and routine maintenance schedule can help extend the life of your air conditioning unit for years, saving you a lot of money in the long run.
To entice you more, you can join Damiani’s Comfort Club, our maintenance club that comes with many benefits, including:
- You’ll never have to wait for an appointment. Comfort Club members come first.
- You’ll have seven-day emergency AC service. We know things can go wrong when you least expect it, which is why we do our best to always be there for our Comfort Club members.
- You’ll save a lot on future repairs.
- We offer many membership freebies and privileges, too!
It’s a no-brainer to use Damiani’s Comfort Club for your regular AC maintenance needs.
Call 210-646-9600 or contact us online today to sign up.
Choose Damiani’s for Your AC Service Needs in San Antonio
At Damiani’s, nothing is more important to us than meeting our customers’ needs to the fullest. We strive to educate our customers about every service we provide, so we’re all on the same page regarding expectations and meeting your needs.
Our technicians have the experience and technology to perform professional AC installations, replacements, repairs, and maintenance without a hitch.
Contact us online or call 210-646-9600 for professional AC service throughout the San Antonio area.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I Install My Own AC Unit?
It’s not recommended as a DIY project. Improper installation can cause years of problems, to say nothing of whether you’ve found the right air conditioner for your home’s needs. Factors like power supply, openings for drainage lines, and placement of your interior and exterior units all make it a project rife with pitfalls.
Can You Run An Air Conditioner 24/7?
On the hottest days of the year, when your AC is running at full capacity, it may rarely turn off — if at all. This is fine as long as it’s meeting your cooling needs and can even be considered a sign that it was properly sized for your home and cooling needs. However, if it’s not keeping you cool enough when running nonstop, that’s often a sign of an inadequate system for your needs or a problem that warrants repairs.
How Often Should You Clean Your Air Conditioner?
It’s good to clean your air conditioner each month when you change your filters, as dust on your coils and the system exterior can easily end up inside the system, causing damage to delicate components — or leading to frozen coils due to impaired heat ventilation.
What Can Make Your AC Stop Working?
Your air conditioner has many different components working in tandem to cool your home. When the system stops working, any one of them could be the culprit: heat exchangers inside and outside, refrigerant lines moving heat, fans blowing cool air through your vents, thermometers and thermostats informing it when to turn on and off, and various electrical components that can fail or trip breakers like any other electrical device.
It’s even possible for a clogged filter blocking air intake or obstructed ducts blocking cool air from blowing to be your root problem. As a system gets older, these problems will start to occur closer together, which is why you eventually need to replace the unit instead of just repairing the immediate issue.
What Maintenance Does An Air Conditioner Need?
Your AC needs regular user maintenance in the form of filter changing and wiping off dust every month or so, but it also needs a full professional tune-up at least once a year — more often if you use your unit heavily throughout the entire year or have a heat pump you also use for winter heating.
The professional process involves inspecting and assessing your unit’s performance, correcting minor wear and tear, such as loosened connections and miscalibrated sensors, lubricating and replacing components when necessary, and identifying developing problems so you can get repairs before the issue worsens and causes more damage.