Pro Refrigeration - Austin, TX

 A/C & HEATING REPAIR

PROUDLY SERVING ALL OF AUSTIN FOR OVER 20 YEARS

Austin, TX

CALL OR TEXT NOW! (512) 764-1982

A/C Repair Austin, TX
A/C Repair Austin. TX

Air Conditioning Repair Austin, TX

Pro Refrigeration offers fast and reliable air conditioning service 7 days a week during the hot Austin, TX summers. Our technicians are trained to work on any type of air conditioning system in your home or business.

Each air conditioning unit regardless of air conditioning brand, air conditioning size, or location is never too difficult for Pro Refrigeration to handle. We strive for the best air conditioning service and that includes fixing your system right in one visit.

Our air conditioning repair prices include all parts, materials, labor, and warranties. We are upfront with our pricing and ensure that you get the best service anywhere in or around Austin. Call Pro Refrigeration at (512) 764-1982

or schedule a repair through our website.

A/C Repair Austin, TX

When Austin summers hit, the heat can become unbearable and you need to ensure that you have a reliable air conditioning contractor you can call on to come out and fix your air conditioner! We offer fast, affordable air conditioning repairs. You can rely on Pro Refrigeration all over Austin areas during the hottest days and nights of summer. Our technicians are carefully trained and tested to provide you not only the best technical service but the best customer service in Texas.

You can lessen your chance of repairs on your air conditioner by doing regular air conditioning maintenance and cleaning. Pro Refrigeration offers maintenance warranties. When you call, just ask our friendly dispatcher or service technician for details.  Pro Refrigeration can be there for you no matter the air conditioning service needed! Call us at (512) 764-1982

Air Conditioner Repair in Austin, TX

Here are 4 signs that your air conditioner is in need of a repair:

  1. Your thermostat is not reaching temperature after setting the thermostat.
  2. Energy bills have increased. This could mean that the your air conditioner is clogged and needs a cleaning or maintenance.
  3. Water around the furnace. You coil could be frozen which could be caused by a clogged filter or the air conditioner low on Freon.
  4. Your AC is making a loud noise. This could be a faulty motor or debris is trapped inside the air conditioner.

If you notice any of these warning signs, you may need an air conditioner repair and serviced. Call Pro Refrigeration to schedule a repair. We can send out an air conditioning  service technician to diagnose the problem on the air conditioner and get you back up and running in no time! Call us today at (512) 764-1982

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How an Air Conditioning System Works:

The job of your home air conditioner is to move heat from inside your home to the outside, thereby cooling you and your home. Air conditioners blow cool air into your home by pulling the heat out of that air. The air is cooled by blowing it over a set of cold pipes called an evaporator coil. This works just like the cooling that happens when water evaporates from your skin. The evaporator coil is filled with a special liquid called a refrigerant, which changes from a liquid to a gas as it absorbs heat from the air. The refrigerant is pumped outside the house to another coil where it gives up its heat and changes back into a liquid. This outside coil is called the condenser because the refrigerant is condensing from a gas back to a fluid just like moisture on a cold window.

A pump, called a compressor, is used to move the refrigerant between the two coils and to change the pressure of the refrigerant so that all the refrigerant evaporates or condenses in the appropriate coils. The energy to do all of this is used by the motor that runs the compressor. The entire system will normally give about three times the cooling energy that the compressor uses. This odd fact happens because the changing of refrigerant from a liquid to a gas and back again lets the system move much more energy than the compressor uses.