Is your AC making strange noises? Do you need AC repair in Fenton MO? Call Awtrey Heating & Air Conditioning. Getting your air conditioner repaired is more cost effective option than replacing it. Many times, homeowners are unaware that their air conditioner can be repaired, and are quick to replace a perfectly good unit that might need no more than a compressor replacement. This ends up costing homeowners a lot more money. The right AC repair in Fenton, MO might be the solution you need with the benefit of increasing your unit’s lifespan, and saving you money.
We provide fast AC service in Fenton. Awtrey’s technicians can quickly troubleshoot your air conditioner, and offer the best air conditioning repair in Fenton, MO available.
Our knowledgeable team at Awtrey is dedicated to providing professional services in a timely fashion, and we take the time to discuss with the customer about the work we are going to provide them and the steps needed to get the job done. For the best ac repair in Fenton MO call Awtrey!
Preventative Air Conditioning Maintenance in Fenton
Regular HVAC preventative maintenance is the best way to ensure trouble-free operation and peak performance. Pre-season maintenance is also important. It can help to avoid a system failure in severe hot or cold weather when you need it most, and it can also keep your energy bill from getting out of control. Learn more about our preventive maintenance agreement.
Shane (owner of Awtrey Heating & A/C) was very thorough and performed a technical assessment of our unit to determine why, during hot weather our A/C can not keep up with cooling demands.
I invited three contractors to review my needs, make recommendations and offer a proposal for work. With the other two contractors, they came in looked at the unit (and only looked at it) and recommended an entirely new unit at Thousands of $$$$$ cost. Neither of them agreed on the same solution.
Shane determined that our unit was operating at peak efficiency but that it was marginally “undersized” for the heat load placed on the cooling unit. (south facing side, vaulted ceilings in about 2/3 of the house, lower value windows. He suggested we do an assessment that is partially paid for by the local electric company, and increase the number of air ducts in the house.
Our attempt is to squeeze as much performance out as we can BEFORE considering buying a larger unit. Even if a larger unit is needed, we would need to add more duct work to distribute the increase air flow from a new unit. Shane was very professional and used a number of tools to measure the performance of the A/C unit in our 10 year old house.
Shane’s prices were competitive but his strategy of making minor fixes (investments) may very well help us avoid paying for an entire new system to keep us cool during those 95-plus degree high temperatures. His approach was based on technology and took the time to explain the principals behind the issues and his recommendations.
While his pricing was competitive, he is helping us to keep from investing in a whole new system saving us a great deal of money. Great job, Shane.