Gary Munson Heating & A/C Service has been in operation since 1978. We service Orange, Osceola, Seminole and surrounding counties for residential heating and cooling, and commercial heating, cooling and refrigeration. We are a HARV (Heating, Air, Refrigeration, Ventilation) contractor.
Our services include the installation and repair of ALL major residential and commercial brands of air conditioning equipment, and the installation and repair of ALL major brands of commercial refrigeration, including ice machines. In addition, we can offer services in indoor air quality, control systems, LEEDS group-energy homes, energy efficiency, system design and preventive maintenance.
- We have a highly trained staff that is available 24 hours for emergencies.
- We are listed with the BBB.
- Financing is available with approved credit.
Learn more about air conditioning and how to get it repaired.
If your air conditioner stopped blowing cold air what are you going to do? Well, first things first, donít panic. There is something you can do before calling the air conditioner repair guy, and get charged a load of money.
The fact that your air conditioner is still blowing air is still a good sign. If your air conditioner wonít turn on, then you should be calling your electrician or certified air conditioner repair guy by now. Maybe it just needs cleaning.
The first thing to do when cleaning your air conditioner is to always turn off the power and unplug your air conditioner from the socket. Then unscrew the protective grills, and the top cover of the compressor. Make sure you donít pull anything else away as you do this.
There could be a lot of dirt and even debris inside. This could be what caused your air conditioner to lose its coolness. Then, with a soft brush, scrub the dirt and debris from the fins. You may also use a vacuum with a brush to do this. Then you return everything back to the way things were.
If your air conditioner doesnít want to turn on, then check the 240 volt circuit dedicated for your air conditioner. It may have a tripped breaker or a blown fuse. Then check the room thermostat setting. It should be at least 5 degrees below your room temperature. Make sure that the thermostat is set to ìcoolî and not on ìoffî or ìheatî. If your air conditioner still doesnít want to turn on, then start calling a service technician or a certified air conditioner repair man.
While he or she is repairing your air conditioner, ask him or her to help you go through the process of troubleshooting your air conditioner. Itís always best to know just about when youíll be needing his help again.