Air Conditioner Repair in Ogden, UT
AC Repair in Ogden, Roy, Farmington, South Ogden, North Salt Lake & More
During the scorching Utah summers, a broken air conditioning system can be your worst enemy. At Mountain Air Conditioning & Heating, we understand your need for quick, efficient AC repairs and aim to provide fast, friendly service when you need it.
We understand the importance of keeping your home at a comfortable temperature, which can affect not only your comfort but also your health.
For quality air conditioner repairs in Ogden, contact your local professionals at Mountain Air today.
Mountain Air: AC Repair You Can Trust
When you call for AC repair, you want to make sure the company you call will repair the problem right the first time. Faulty AC repair will only cause larger, more expensive problems in the future that could lead to AC replacement.
Our technicians are NATE-certified and dedicated to taking care of your air conditioning and heating problems quickly and efficiently. We also provide a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
When it comes to customer satisfaction, Mountain Air is your go-to service provider for:
- Service of all major brands
- Family-owned and locally operated values
- Same-day service
- NATE-certified technicians
Save Money on AC Repair With Our Maintenance Plan
Routine maintenance of your central cooling system can help reduce the chances your AC breaks down suddenly. When you sign up for our SAVE PLAN, you can enjoy 15% off all AC repairs as well as:
- Healthier, cleaner air
- Priority service
- Routine comprehensive tune-ups
- Energy savings
- Longer-lasting equipment
Join today to start saving and enjoy peace of mind.
If You See These AC Repair Signs, Call Mountain Air Today
A properly maintained air conditioner will last you a long time. But as your central AC gets older, you might encounter some problems.
If you’re unsure whether you need a repair, here are some common AC repair problems our Ogden customers face:
- Blowing warm air. This warm air is likely the result of a bad part or a refrigerant leak and will require professional AC repair.
- Leaking water. Although a water leak is preferable to a refrigerant leak, it’s still a problem. Leaking water can indicate a serious AC problem. Call a professional soon, especially before mold and mildew start growing.
- Motor is cycling on and off. When your AC keeps cycling off and on, it could mean its compressor or fan controls are damaged or worn down. Sometimes, it means the unit is too large for your home.
- Inconsistent temperatures. If there are no obvious signs of damage to your AC but it’s not providing enough cool air, call us. We use the latest tools and technology to determine what’s wrong and fix it as soon as possible.
- Strange noises. Is your AC clanging, banging, clicking, or whining? Loud noises usually mean your fan coil is dislodged or frayed. As the belt continues to degrade, the noise can get louder and louder, causing a strain on your machine until the whole thing comes apart.
Don’t wait until it’s too late. If you notice any of these problems, call Mountain Air at (801) 416-2215 for reliable AC repairs.
Mountain Air Has Been a Top-Rated AC Repair Company in Ogden for Decades
Being a family-owned company is something we cherish. It puts us on the same level as you, our clients, and gives us firsthand knowledge of your air conditioning problems. As a family, our technicians, salespeople, and managers have been in your shoes before.
We know the importance of great customer service, same-day service, quick response times, and knowledgeable, friendly technicians. That’s why we offer a full range of AC services and our SAVE PLAN — a maintenance plan that ensures the integrity of your AC system and saves you money in the long run.
Adhering to our 100% satisfaction guarantee, we make sure you’re fully satisfied with our promptness and professional approach. Call Mountain Air today for all your Utah air conditioning repair needs. We look forward to demonstrating our qualified, family-owned approach.
Air Conditioning Repair FAQs
How can I keep my air conditioner from breaking?
The best way to keep your AC running smoothly is with frequent maintenance. Schedule an AC tune-up at least once a year. Between service visits, change the air filter about every three months and check it monthly for excessive dirt and dust.
Keep the area around the outdoor condenser neat, keep the grass trimmed, and remove all debris like trash, toys, or lawn furniture. Inside, make sure none of the AC vents are covered or blocked.
Is my AC’s refrigerant leaking?
Refrigerant leaks can be easy to miss, and you may only notice them when your air conditioner develops a problem. To catch leaks early, call a professional when you see signs of a leak such as hissing sounds or oily spots, frozen coils, ice-up refrigerant lines, poor cooling performance, or warm air from the vents.
For expert AC repairs and refrigerant charging in the South Ogden area, talk to our team at Mountain Air today.
Why does my air conditioner keep breaking?
Frequent breakdowns could be caused by something as simple as an air filter that gets clogged often due to a dusty environment, or they could be caused by more serious issues like a faulty compressor or a damaged condenser coil.
If your air conditioner is over 15 years old, breaks down often, or parts like the compressor or condenser coil have failed, it may be time to consider an AC replacement.
What do I do if my AC isn’t blowing cold air?
Double-check that your thermostat is set to cooling mode with the fan on “Auto” and that the desired temperature is lower than the room temperature. If the thermostat seems to be working, make sure none of the return vents are blocked and that the air filter is relatively clean.
Check the evaporator and refrigerant lines for signs of frost or ice, and make sure the area around the condenser coil is free of debris like tall grass, tarps, toys, or furniture. If the system is still running poorly, call Mountain Air for same-day AC repairs in the South Ogden area.