Air Conditioning Repair in Minneapolis-St. Paul

With the heat and humidity of summer in the Twin Cities, having a functional, efficient air conditioner is a must. While routine annual maintenance can help detect minor issues before they become costly repairs, you may still encounter problems from time to time as components age and wear. When you need air conditioning repair it’s imperative that you choose a knowledgeable, certified contractor to ensure the efficiency and performance of your cooling system. The team of professionals at Total Comfort are committed to excellence in service and have the experience needed to repair all makes and models of equipment.

Call us at 763-383-8383 for reliable, efficient air conditioning repair in the Twin Cities including 24/7 emergency repair for when you need us the most. Contact us online to schedule an appointment today.  

Signs You Need Air Conditioner Repair

Waking up or coming home to a hot, stuffy house is a sure sign there is something wrong with your cooling system, but not every sign is quite so obvious. Fortunately, you can avoid a system breakdown by recognizing the symptoms of an impending repair early to avoid disruption and prevent further damage. Common warning signs include:

Unexplained Rise in Your Cost of Energy

If your energy bills have been steadily increasing it’s a sign your AC is no longer operating efficiently. It may require a tune-up, maintenance, and cleaning, or may be in need of repair or replacement. Our qualified technicians will diagnose the problem and provide you with their recommendations to resolve any issues. 

Odd Sounds

New or unusually loud noises coming from your cooling system are a sign that something is amiss. Loud banging or rattling sounds can mean something is loose, while a squealing, grinding, or grating noises can signal a bigger problem. Turn off the unit to avoid further damage and call Total Comfort for repair. 

Lack of Comfort

If your air conditioner is unable to sufficiently cool your home it may be incorrectly sized, you may have leaky ducts, or the unit may need to be replaced with a newer, more energy efficient system. 

Decrease in Airflow

Weak airflow from supply vents can signal a blockage or leak in your ductwork, or it can be a sign that the compressor is failing. Check to ensure all vents are unencumbered by furniture or draperies and that your air filter is clean before calling for AC repair. 

Water Leakage

While a small amount of condensation is normal, a puddle of water around your air conditioner is not. During times of extreme heat there may be more condensation than usual but if the pooling lasts longer than 24 hours, call for repair. 

Uneven Cooling

Are some rooms in your home cooler than others? This may be an issue with your ductwork, insulation, air leakage, or incorrectly sized equipment. Contact Total Comfort for professional diagnosis and repair to restore comfort to every room in your home. 

Foul Odors

If you detect a strong odor coming from the unit itself or from your vents, it’s important to call for immediate repair. A musty smell can mean there is mold somewhere in the system which can negatively impact your health and indoor air quality. A pungent, metallic, or burning smell can mean the wire insulation has burned out which is a safety hazard that should be addressed as soon as possible. 

Air Conditioner Repair in Minneapolis-St. Paul

We’re proud to be different from your typical HVAC company. At Total Comfort, we offer:

  • A measurable improvement in your home’s comfort
  • Convenient service that works around your schedule
  • A no obligation service charge for trip and diagnosis, no matter where you live or how complicated the problem
  • Two-step installation process to get your system operational and comfortable without sacrificing quality craftsmanship
  • Up-front pricing quotes with zero hidden costs.

Call us today at 763-383-8383 for fast, reliable air conditioning repair throughout the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, or contact us online to experience the Total Comfort difference.