Quality Air Conditoning Services
Air Conditioning Repair, Maintenance, & Installation
Solving a problem before it’s a problem makes perfect sense. That’s why the people who made your AC system recommend getting routine air conditioning inspection and maintenance. Dependable service from Duke City Heating & Cooling ensures efficiency that helps you keep energy bills low and improve indoor air quality by clearing vents and ducts of dust and pollen. Duke City Heating & Cooling professionals go above and beyond, ensuring your air conditioning unit is working at optimum efficiency.
AC Inspection & Maintenance in Albuquerque
We focus on your needs, preferences, and budget to ensure that you’re delighted. We believe in getting you the most comfort in your home. That’s because Duke City Heating & Cooling is independently owned and locally operated right here in Albuquerque. So get the neighbor-helping-neighbor service you expect from trained and trusted techs.
Here’s what an AC inspection includes:
- Check the evaporator coil for proper function
- Check refrigerant line condition
- Check all capacitors for proper function
- Check all relays for proper function
- Check refrigerant/Freon levels
- Lubricate motors
- Check amperage draw
- Calibrate the thermostat
- Check and tighten electrical connections
- Check for proper airflow
- Clean the condenser to ensure consistent operation
Air Conditioning Replacements
Whether your unit needs a costly replacement or it’s just time to upgrade to a new model, our team is available to assist in your property’s air conditioner replacement. From installation to air ductwork, our team provides a full-service solution to your home’s air conditioner replacement. With years of industry-leading experience in Albuquerque and beyond, you can rest assured that our team can handle virtually any air conditioning system your home has.
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Cooling Frequently Asked Questions
A single inlet swamp cooler uses a thick pad known as “12-inch media” as opposed to a conventional cooler which uses four smaller pads. The smaller pads of a conventional cooler are generally made out of aspen fibers and need to be changed yearly; sometimes even more if there is a lot of hard water. A single inlet cooler needs its pad changed after about 3 years of use and cools 3-5 degrees cooler than a conventional cooler.
The answer is simple: more parts go into a spring changeover. Usually, for a fall change over, the only thing that needs to be replaced is the filter on your heater. Sometimes cooler parts need to be replaced if they are broken or worn down.
Different conditions in the house determine how often the filter needs to be changed, such as pets, cigarette smoke, dust, etc. We recommend changing your filter at least once every 3 months.
If your A/C system is properly installed you should never have to add refrigerant. If your system is leaking refrigerant, it is important to get it repaired correctly. We can detect and repair leaks in your A/C system.