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Air Conditioning Service & Repair

Air conditioning not working or not as cold as it used to be? Diedticks Heating and Air Conditioning in Seymour, WI services all makes and models of Air Conditioning systems. Unfortunately, many ac problems tend to start small and go unnoticed until they turn into major problems. For this reason, it is important to pay close attention to your air conditioner and schedule a repair service as soon as you notice anything out of the ordinary.  From minor maintenance issues to complete equipment failure, we take a personalized approach and develop a cost-effective course of action. Our certified technicians understand how important air conditioning is, and we pledge to offer cost effective reliable maintenance and repair work on every job.

Signs your Air Conditioner may need service or repair.

  • Blowing warm or hot air. If your system blows warm or hot air, a broken compressor may be the problem. It may also indicate a refrigerant leak somewhere in the system. Repairs or maintenance may cost less than you think, but before you can use your system, you will need to contact us to diagnose the concern.
  • Loud noise from the unit. If you’re hearing grinding, scraping or squealing noises coming from your AC unit when it’s on, there could be a serious problem inside the unit. This could be a serious issue, we recommend you contact us immediately and shut off the AC to prevent irreversible damage.
  • Moisture or Ice and lack of airflow. If you’re by your furnace and notice the ductwork above it has frost or ice on it. Or there may be water leaking down the side of your furnace. These are signs of icing, we recommend you contact us and have us check your ac system.

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