Air Conditioning Repair Services Near Weatherford, TX

Nothing is worse than trying to start up your air conditioner and realizing it isn’t working as it should. Summers in Texas are blistering, which makes a functioning AC a must! At Hobson AC, we understand how important it is to keep your home and family comfortable. As a third-generation, family-owned company, you can trust that we'll treat your home and cooling systems as our own.

We provide premium-quality repair services, even for AC emergencies, so you can expect an accurate diagnosis, reliable solutions and lasting repairs with every service. Don’t trust just any team with your AC—trust the team that always works with your best interests in mind.

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Common Air Conditioning Problems

With over six decades of service experience, you can bet that our team has encountered and resolved every kind of air conditioning problem possible. We're familiar with and will service every make, model and brand, so no matter the system you have or the issue you're experiencing, we have you covered.

Common Signs You May Need AC Repair :

  • Trouble starting up. If your AC is struggling to turn on, first check that your thermostat is set to cool below room temperature. You can then check the breakers in your electrical panel and make sure the unit is plugged in and switched on.
  • Failure to adequately cool your home. This could be caused by something as simple as a clogged filter, an aging unit, a dirty evaporative coil or low refrigerant charges.
  • Uneven temperatures room to room. First, check that all the registers are open. If this doesn't fix the issue, you may need to have your ductwork checked and your AC inspected for damaged or broken parts.
  • Higher-than-usual utility bills. A dirty condensing unit (outside) or an evaporator coil (inside) could cause increased bills, as well as a dirty filter or low refrigerant charge
  • Excessive dust throughout your home. Every year your ductwork system can collect 5-7 lbs of dirt, dust and debris! Having your system maintained and your ducts cleaned can extend the life of your air conditioner as well as improve your home’s indoor air quality!
  • Water leaking from the inside of the unit. One of the most essential functions of your air conditioner is to remove excess humidity. If your drain line gets clogged or the drain pan rusts out, water can leak into your home or damage your system.
  • Cycling on and off constantly. In extremely hot weather, your unit can run almost constantly. As long as it’s maintaining a temperature within 3 degrees of the thermostat everything is good. If it's not maintaining this or is unable to run for long periods, there may be an electrical issue or a problem with your compressor.
  • Weak airflow. This could be an issue with a disconnected duct in your attic, a problem with your blower motor or a dirty indoor coil.
  • Unusual smells coming from the ductwork. The inside of your air handler or furnace collects the condensate from the cooling process. When the AC isn't working as it should, there's a potential for mold, mildew or algae to grow in your indoor coil. UV purification systems can also prevent the growth of unwanted organisms.
  • Strange noises coming from the AC unit. If you hear rattling, banging or other strange noises from your AC, it could mean that you need repairs, something tightened or possibly replacement.
  • Frequently tripped circuit breakers. If your unit is tripping a breaker it means that you're pulling more electricity than the breaker is rated for and may need to be upgraded.
  • Frozen indoor coil. This can be caused by a dirty air filter, a clogged indoor coil, a low refrigerant charge or a damaged blower.

Do I Need AC Repair Or Should I Replace It Instead?

If your AC is acting up, it's important to be able to determine whether repair or replacement is the best solution. It may seem that AC repair is the cheapest option, but replacement might be better for your pocketbooks in the long run in the following situations.

  • If your system is over 10 years old. If your system rarely has issues and is under 10 years of age, a repair will do the trick. But if it’s over 10 years old and giving you problems left and right, then it might be wise to consider replacing your AC as opposed to sinking more money into repair.
  • The AC isn’t keeping you comfortable. If your AC isn’t doing its job then sometimes it’s better to pull the plug than to think another repair is going to do the trick. Whether it’s not cooling properly, not regulating humidity or negatively impacting your indoor air quality .
  • It requires frequent or costly repairs. If your unit is giving you frequent problems, it might be in your best interest to replace it. Our Weatherford AC repair experts here at Hobson AC will always be happy to come in and give you your options to help you determine the best course of action.

Hobson AC Helps You Avoid Breakdowns

The best thing you can do for your cooling system is to take care of it by scheduling routine AC maintenance . During a maintenance call, your technician inspects your entire system, cleans dirty components, changes the air filter, lubricates moving parts, provides repairs and more. Maintenance significantly reduces the chances of experiencing AC breakdowns and keeps your system in top shape.

Skipping out on maintenance can shorten the lifespan of your equipment and leave you without a functioning system when you need it most. If you do run into AC trouble, though, we're here to help! We have the tools to quickly and efficiently troubleshoot and diagnose any issue and implement a long-term fix. Call us 24/7 at 817-809-9688 to schedule your service today!

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