AC Compressor Repair in St. Louis

If you live in St. Louis County or any of the surrounding areas then you know how hot it can get during the summer season. This means that if something happens to your air conditioner, you’ll want to have it inspected and repaired as quickly as possible. Here at Metro Heating & Cooling, local homeowners trust us for all of their air conditioning repairs thanks to our extensive history in the HVAC industry and our excellent reputation.

If you need AC compressor repair in St. Louis County, including Chesterfield, Fenton, Manchester, Webster Groves, and beyond call Metro Heating & Cooling to schedule a service call today!

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Signs You Need Compressor Repair

There are a number of signs that you’ll want to look out for that indicate that your AC’s compressor is in need of repair. If you notice any of the following signs, be sure to contact us at Metro Heating & Cooling to schedule a compressor repair service right away:

  • Your air conditioning no longer starts up smoothly – When your air conditioning system starts up, it should run relatively smoothly. If the compressor is broken, it can cause the AC unit to jerk around as it starts up. If this happens, it will appear like the unit’s components are all turning on at separate times instead of all together. This is known as a hard start.
  • Your air conditioner isn’t producing cool air – Just because your air conditioner appears to be running smoothly when you turn it on doesn’t necessarily mean there’s nothing wrong with your compressor. If you notice that your AC is running fine but that it’s not actually producing any cool air, it means that there’s probably something wrong with the compressor.
  • Your AC is making strange sounds – Most AC units will make a little bit of noise when they run. However, this noise is barely noticeable and is often more like a humming sound than anything else. If your air conditioner is suddenly producing loud, strange noises, such as rattling sounds, banging sounds or even squealing sounds, then there’s a chance that your compressor is broken or is on the verge of breaking.
  • Your air conditioning’s circuit breaker keeps shorting out – If the circuit breaker for your air conditioner keeps shorting out, then it’s generally a sign that there’s something wrong with the compressor.

There are a number of reasons why your compressor may be malfunctioning. These reasons can include a blown fuse, internal damage, burnt wiring or a broken motor overload protector. Our licensed HVAC technicians have the training and experience needed to properly inspect and repair any compressor, no matter what the make or model of your AC unit might be.

Air Conditioning Compressor Repair Throughout St. Louis County, MO

We are a fully licensed, bonded and insured HVAC repair company. Over the course of the past 25 years, our family owned and operated business has fostered a reputation throughout St. Louis and its surrounding communities as one of the most trustworthy and reliable AC compressor repair services in the area.

Schedule a Service Call Today!

If there’s something wrong with your AC compressor, contact Metro Heating & Cooling to schedule an appointment today!