AC Services in Savannah, Pooler & Southeast GA
The humidity and heat throughout the summer in Georgia make air conditioning a necessity for comfort. Gordon’s Heating & Air focuses on efficient and reliable AC repairs in Savannah, GA and the surrounding areas. Our commitment to quality repairs and customer service are why we’ve been the first call when the AC goes out during the summer for many years!Schedule Service Today!
From time to time, your loyal air conditioner will need repairs. After all, it works along through the hottest months of the year without a second thought. Gordon's Heating & Air is an AC repair company dedicated to quality service and repairs the first time, day or night. The following are some of the most common repairs we make to residential and commercial air conditioners.
Wiring / Electrical
Even though there are many wires and electrical components running through your AC unit, wiring and/or electrical issues usually don’t appear. The electrical connections and contacts can become corroded over time and cause electrical shorts. Our technicians are trained and experienced in checking for a wiring and/or electrical issue during any appointment.
Frozen Evaporator Coil
The evaporator coil will freeze if it’s too dirty, from a lack of regular maintenance, or the blower can’t create an airflow. A dirty coil won’t be able to absorb heat as it transfers refrigerant to the heat pump. Or, if there’s a lack of airflow, heat isn’t pulled from the coil and the refrigerant freezes up inside.
If you have central AC, the outside fan is the fan mounted at the top of the unit, underneath the protective screen. It expels the heat from inside your home back into the great outdoors, meaning if there’s an issue, this heat transfer won’t be as efficient or happen at all. Beyond being uncomfortable inside, the AC compressor may overheat and be damaged, causing extensive repairs or possible replacement to get the system up and running again.
Your air conditioner’s performance and efficiency hinges on the exact amount of refrigerant is used. Low refrigerant only happens when the system was undercharged at installation or it has a leak.
Air Conditioner Installations
Air conditioning has been a standard feature in southeast Georgia homes for years. The months of oppressive heat and humidity make it a requirement for comfort in our homes. But if you find yourself needing to install an air conditioning system, call the residential HVAC company Savannah, GA residents have called for years, Gordon's Heating & Air.
Split (Ductless) System
A split system AC is often found in homes where many window AC units are or would be used, or a new home addition. Also known as ductless systems, a split system has a wall-mounted indoor unit which works with a compressor installed outdoors. Without required ductwork to function, a split system is very energy efficient.
With central air conditioning, cool air circulates through your home using supply and return ducts. As the air warms again during circulation, it leaves through the return ducts and the cycle repeats. Central AC is either a split-system or packaged unit.
As the name implies, all major parts of the air conditioner are packaged in one location with a packaged system. The cabinet housing everything is either on the roof or on a concrete slab next to the home’s foundation. Since packaged systems usually have electric heating coils or a natural gas furnace, they end the need for a separate furnace.
Like its ductless counterpart, a split-system central AC has the condenser and compressor located outside while the evaporator is indoors. Many of these systems house a furnace or indoor heat pump.
Terms You’ll Hear When Choosing an Air Conditioner
When it comes time to start deciding what type of air conditioner to have installed, Gordon’s Heating & Air will help you pick one best suited for your home or business. During the process, you’ll hear us use these terms.
A British Thermal Unit is how much heat is required to increase or decrease the temperature of one pound of water one degree Fahrenheit.
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating (SEER) is the energy efficiency rating for air conditioners. The higher the SEER number, the more efficient it is.
BTUs are the units used to measure how much heat an air conditioner can remove from a home in one hour, or the capacity of a unit.
Energy Efficiency Rating (EER) is a ratio of the unit’s cooling capacity to power input in watts. The higher the EER, the more efficient it is.
Air Conditioner Maintenance
Routine a/c maintenance can nearly guarantee efficient and effective function of your air conditioner for many years. A high-quality, well-maintained system can last more than a decade with average use and demands. It’s recommended to have your air conditioning system checked and maintained twice a year, before the summer arrives and after. By having the system looked over by Gordon’s Heating & Air twice a year, we can identify potential issues early, before they become expensive emergency AC repairs later.
Choose Gordon’s Heating & Air For Emergency AC Repairs!
We appreciate our air conditioning systems as much as you do, which means when you call for repairs or maintenance, we put your comfort at the forefront. Our technicians have the experience and training to troubleshoot and resolve standard and complex air conditioner issues quickly. Every call, day or night, receives personalized service and high-quality repairs that reflect our commitment to service and value. When you need AC repairs in Eden, GA, call Gordon’s Heating & Air!