Air Conditioning Repair Services in St. Paul
Do More … With Same-Day AC Repair in St. Paul & the Twin Cities!
When your air conditioning system breaks down in the heat of the summer, it can cause anxiety and discomfort. With HomeWorks, there is no need to worry. We can dispatch a technician to your home the same day you place your call. Based in Eagan, our air conditioning repair team is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, throughout Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Don’t wait! Call us today for fast and effective air conditioning repair in St. Paul.
Emergency Air Conditioner Repair
When your air conditioner stops working on a sweltering day, fast repairs are a must. When you find yourself facing a sleepless summer night, don’t hesitate. Call the team at HomeWorks and get relief from the heat immediately at the hands of our expert HVAC technicians.
Call 651-273-2450 now to request emergency AC repairs in the Twin Cities area!
Costly Repairs That Might Suggest Replacement
Some problems with your air conditioner can cost so much to replace that full replacement makes more sense. If you have significant issues in any of these areas, strongly consider your options for something new:
- Evaporator coil
- Condensing unit fan
- Significant refrigerant leaks
Signs Your St. Paul or Twin Cities AC Needs To Be Repaired
All homeowners should familiarize themselves with the signs of a faulty air conditioner so they can call for service before a potential problem gets worse. We offer same-day dispatch for our AC repair services, so don’t delay in giving us a call! We’ll diagnose the problem and get to work on repairs promptly so you can have your nice, cool home back.
Your AC probably needs repair if:
- Your home seems unusually humid
- Your AC frequently turns on and off
- Your energy bill has increased, but your home still isn’t cool
- Your AC won’t turn on at all
- Your AC is leaking condensation or refrigerant
- Your AC is blowing hot air
- You can’t remember the last time you had your AC maintained
Don’t hesitate to reach out to our friendly and knowledgeable team today if you’re experiencing any of the above indicators that you need AC repair for your St. Paul or Twin Cities-area home.
Reasons Why Your Air Conditioner Is Making Noise
Modern air conditioners should be pretty quiet, so if yours is making weird sounds, there’s likely something wrong, and you should investigate. As complex mechanical systems, there are lots of things that could cause your AC to make noise. Here are some of the most common culprits and what they may mean:
- Banging noise. An unbalanced indoor blower could cause this, or it may signal a broken or loose part banging around inside the compressor.
- Squealing noise. Blower motors often squeal when they are going bad, or you could have an issue with a malfunctioning blower wheel.
- Buzzing noise. Buzzing can be caused by many things, including a dirty air filter, a fan that’s about to fail, a refrigerant leak, debris in either the outdoor or indoor unit, and more.
- High-pitched screaming noise. If you’re hearing a loud, high-pitched screaming coming from your AC, turn it off and immediately call for service. You probably have a refrigerant leak or dangerously high internal pressure in the compressor.
Save Money on Air Conditioning Repairs With Online Specials & Warranties
Check out our online coupons page for special offers on air conditioner repairs and replacements. HomeWorks uses a no-surprise pricing model that will protect you from escalating costs on your final bill. While some companies charge by the hour, we will give you a total expense breakdown before starting the job.
All of our AC repairs come with a warranty. Depending on the products used, this warranty can range from 30 days to a lifetime. If you experience problems during your warranty window, give us a call. We will be happy to come back and correct these issues for free. Costs to repair an AC unit vary from $199 to more than $1,500.
Some common air conditioning repairs include:
- Compressor replacement: $800-$2,500
- Capacitor replacement: $199-$599
- Blower motor replacement: $499-$1,599
- Contactor replacement: $199-$399
Searching for a high-quality HVAC contractor to provide fast and affordable solutions for your home? Contact HomeWorks today to see the difference that unmatched experience and customer service can make!
We Make Your Home Work. Schedule a Service Today!
There are many St. Paul air conditioning repair companies. Why choose HomeWorks? We are laser-focused on providing superior service. We do this by offering value, solutions, and assistance that goes beyond our clients’ expectations. Our “do more” mentality pushes us to chase 100% satisfaction on every job. This means being prompt, transparent, efficient, helpful, and communicative. We also provide 24/7 emergency AC repair so you can get the air conditioning solutions you need right when you need them!
If you need quality, comprehensive AC repairs for your St. Paul or Twin Cities-area home, contact HomeWorks today!
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost to have my air conditioner serviced?
The cost of air conditioner servicing will vary depending on what is wrong with it. If it’s a minor issue resolved by routine maintenance, it may cost as little as one of our normal tune-ups. More complicated problems will scale up with the cost of replacement components and the labor involved. We’ll always be transparent in costs and tell you upfront what your service expenses will look like once we’ve identified the problem.
What happens if my AC is not serviced?
The longer you put off maintenance or repair of your air conditioner, the less efficient it’s going to become. If that doesn’t concern you, consider that it’s also increasingly likely that your air conditioner will develop more costly problems, requiring expensive repairs or even complete replacement. Even if you think your air conditioner has plenty of life left, skipping minor repairs and manufacturer-recommended tune-ups can cut that lifetime short — and leave you uncovered by warranties with service stipulations.
Should I repair or replace my AC unit?
The question of repairs or replacement comes down to two basic factors: What’s more cost-effective, and what do you gain from upgrading other than a working air conditioner? If you’re upgrading from an old air conditioner, you might gain improved efficiency, performance, and features that your old unit doesn’t have. Otherwise, consider how much you’ve spent on repairs recently and how much the new repair will cost. If your system is old enough to need constant repairs and isn’t efficient by modern standards, or if the repair costs a significant chunk of a new unit’s price, it’s likely time to replace it.
How often should my AC unit be serviced?
As a general rule, you want your air conditioner (and heat systems) professionally serviced at least once a year. Annual checkups will identify minor problems before they can develop into pricier ones, and they’ll keep your unit running efficiently throughout the year instead of letting it grow into a power hog. Your unit may also have manufacturer-recommended end-user service you should be performing more frequently, such as replacing filters each month.
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