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.
Is your air conditioner losing its cool? Or is your air conditioner going on strike? Think itís about time to call for reinforcements? There are some things you can do to check if you can do something to save your air conditioner before inevitably calling the air conditioner guy.
Plan A. Your air conditioner is still running, but the air it blows isnít cold anymore. The fact that your air conditioner is still breathing air is good. Here are some first aid tips to remedy your air conditioner. Turn off the power of your air conditioner and unplug it from its socket. Remove the protective grills with a screw, and then take out the top cover of the compressor. Make sure no wire or air conditioner part gets extracted as this is done.
You should discover a lot of dirt and possibly even debris. Use a soft brush in brushing away dirt and debris from the fins. Brush off dirt as much as you can. If you have a vacuum with a brush component, you can use this to clean your air conditioner. Then put back everything to the way things were. Turn on your air conditioner, and expect to have cool air blown out. If not then start calling the air conditioner guy. Youíve done your job well.
Plan B. Your air conditioner doesnít want to turn on. First and foremost, make sure that youíve turned it on. Make sure that the air conditioner is plugged, and that the fuse box or socket dedicated to it is working. Check the power, and all switches and controls. If you canít get to turn on your air conditioner, itís always best to have a professional diagnose the problem properly. There are various reasons that could have caused this problem. From leaks to shortages, itís best for you and your air conditioner if the first aid you do is to call for help.