Air Conditioning Technicians
Midwest Air Conditioning Services
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Whether looking for air conditioning maintenance, repairs, or a full replacement, Midwest Heating & Cooling can offer a certified solution. Homeowners can expect professional air conditioning and indoor air quality services in Milwaukee and the surrounding areas of Southeastern Wisconsin.
Our licensed and certified HVAC contractors offer emergency AC repair services 365 days a year, with no surprise pricing! Each of our technicians wear shoe covers and leave workspaces clean.
AC Repair in Milwaukee
We offer emergency air conditioning repair services every day of the year! Whether your air conditioner isn’t cooling the way it used to, or you think it may be on its last legs, our experienced HVAC technicians can assess the unit to help get your cooling system up and running again.
Midwest Heating & Cooling is based in Waterford, Wisconsin and serves the local areas around Big Bend, Brookfield, Burlington, Caledonia, Eagle, East Troy, Elkhorn, Elm Grove, Franklin, Greenfield, Menomonee Falls, Milwaukee, Mukwonago, Muskego, New Berlin, Oak Creek, Pewaukee, Sturtevant, Union Grove, Waukesha, West Allis, and Wind Lake.
AC Repair FAQs
You have questions, and we have answers! Below are common HVAC questions around air conditioning repair.
How Much Does it Cost to Fix Air Conditioning in a House?
The cost required to repair a broken air conditioner will vary depending on how old your cooling system is, what the damage is, and what steps will be necessary to repair it. In most cases, the average cost for AC repairs is a few hundred dollars. If the cost of repair is sufficiently high, we may recommend a system replacement.
Why Is My AC Leaking?
A Freon leak in your air conditioner may be due to a clogged drain line, clogged air filter, or a cracked or missing drain pan. Whatever the situation, if you notice your air conditioner leaking, schedule repairs soon. Leaks have been known to cause damage to ceilings, walls, and anything around the cooling system.
Do I Need Repair Services if the AC Coils Are Frozen?
If your air conditioner is freezing up, it may be due to the refrigerant coils freezing up inside the system! Frozen coils are often the result of blocked airflow, which can be due to dirty coils, blocked vents or registers, broken blower motor, or a lack of refrigerant. We highly recommend calling an AC repairman!