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AC Repair

Experienced Care for your Heat and Air.

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Precision Air provides comprehensive central ac repair services. If your home’s ac system is aging or you need an experienced, reliable team to provide ac repair, give us a call.

We are family-owned and operated, and we guarantee 100% satisfaction for any central air conditioner service that we provide for you. We’re fully licensed and insured.

BBB A+ rated, we are humbled by constant referrals from previous clients.

✓ Phone calls answered 24/7

✓ Your air conditioner is repaired in hours – not days.

✓ No subcontractors. Our licensed techs are on every job

✓ Upfront Pricing = No Surprises.

✓ 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

“If you are not thrilled with our work, I’ll make it right.” – Eli Castaneda Jr, Founder

American Standard

American Standard will keep your home cool and comfortable even on the hottest days – and use less energy doing it. American Standard air conditioners are energy efficient, reliable and built to last. When you need an upgrade or a repair on your American Standard AC, give us a call.


Armstrong Air is a smart choice for homeowners who expect more from their HVAC system. Built with durable materials and incorporating brilliant technology throughout, they’re a brand you can trust. We’re happy to service Armstrong products.


APCO has won the prestigious AHR Innovation Award. This is the highest honor in the HVAC industry. With several models to choose from, there is an air system to fit every home, all of which use the same award-winning technology.


Bryant has been helping homeowners improve their indoor comfort for over a hundred years. Their heating and cooling systems offer the highest efficiency home cooling and give you efficient performance, comfort and value. When you’re looking for a repair or an upgrade, give us a call.


Count on a Coleman® air conditioner for the quality and dependability you can feel. Their high-performance lineup of furnace systems is engineered for outstanding durability and energy efficiency.


Ducane heating and cooling equipment is always a good choice. Ducane uses components that are chosen for their durability, which are then tested and inspected for quality before it ships. If your Ducane AC isn’t working, we can help.


Friedrich makes air conditioners for every residential use, from home office spaces to multi-room properties to the most challenging hazardous environments. We service them all.


Goodman® and air conditioning and heating products are designed and assembled in Waller, TX and covered by Goodman’s 20/10/2 year warranty.


Exacting standards make Lennox® air conditioners among the quietest and most energy-efficient units you can buy. So if a Lennox system has a problem, you’ll want a factory-trained team. That’s when you call us.


Mitsubishi is best known for its unique multi-zone air conditioning systems with the flexibility of controlling the temperature in each room independently. If you want to upgrade, or your Mitsubishi needs repair; we’re here.


Rheem® specializes in dependable, quiet, efficient systems that make your home comfortable.


Ruud air conditioners are known for being reliable and efficient, but inevitably, repairs are eventually needed. If you need a Ruud ac repair, we’ve got you covered. 


Every Trane air conditioner is tested to withstand the harshest conditions nature can throw at it – like freezing conditions and flooding, but if it needs a repair, we’re here to help. We meet emergency repair requests.


Since 1874, York has manufactured air conditioners with unparalleled efficiency, convenience and reliability. We’re happy to provide AC repair for York air conditioners. 


✓  Phones answered 24/7
✓  Set service fees = no surprise charges!
✓  Maintenance plans starting at $99

*15% discount and 5 year guarantee on all repairs when you become a preferred customer.

5 Things To Check Before You Call for AC Repair


1)  Check Your Thermostat

The most obvious starting point is to check the temperature settings of your wall thermostat. If your thermostat is off or the room temperature is satisfying the thermostat, your cooling system will not run.

2)  The system is not running at all.

Okay, so you have checked your thermostat and all is well. Now we check to make sure that the air conditioner is getting power. Locate the circuit breaker panel in your home, open the door, and notice if all of the switches are lined up. If any are in the left position, the breaker is “tripped” and your system is not getting electricity that it needs to run. If it is tripped, just reset it by pushing it to the right again. If all are lined up in the ON position, let’s move on to the next step.

3)  I hear the fan running but the air is not cool and the outside unit is off.

So, you checked the thermostat and the main breaker, all is well so far. There are two parts to your cooling system; your blower fan (inside your home) and your compressor/condenser (outside your home). If the fan is running and the air coming out of the vents is not cold, the compressor is likely the problem. Its job is to compress the air, make it cold, then feed it to the blower inside your house for where the fan will push it through your vents. The compressor will have a circuit breaker (on/off) switch like before. It is attached to the outside of the unit or to the wall near it. If it is off, turn it on.

4)  I hear the fan running and the outside unit is running, but the air is not cool.

Now, you have checked the thermostat and both breakers, all looks good. If the blower and the compressor are running and there is still no cold air blowing out, it’s time to give us a call. Your coolant may need replacing. By law, the old coolant must be recovered and taken away. If it escapes, it depletes the ozone layer. Another possibility is that the compressor or starting capacitor may need to be replaced. Both should be left to the pros.

5)  There is ice on the outside condenser or the inside coil Is frozen.

If your filter is clogged, the system can not breathe to remove heat, and the coils freeze.
Turn the ac off using the thermostat, look for the easy access panel on your heater/blower (inside your house) and pull the air filter out, walk around the house to make sure that the vents are all open. Wait a few hours for the ice to melt. Replace the filter and turn it on again. If the ice builds up again, give us a call.