Make sure your home gets cool again in a hurry with prompt and affordable AC repair in Northwest Florida. We’ll send a technician out to your home as soon as possible to ensure a working AC. Keeping your family cool, comfortable and happy is our No. 1 goal.
From Destin to Santa Rosa Beach, Murphy’s Home Services offers:
- 24-Hour Service: Day or night, we’re on-call.
- 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed: Not happy with your service? Our job doesn’t end until you are.
- All Makes and Models Serviced: From Rheem to Goodman, we service all units.
- Freon Leak Detection & Repair: Keep Freon charged for optimum AC performance.
- Refrigerants Recovered & Recycled: We are EPA compliant.
Based in Destin, Florida, Murphy’s serves in and around the communities of:
- Mary Esther
- Miramar Beach
- Fort Walton Beach
- Santa Rosa Beach
When To Call An AC Technician
While some problems are easy to diagnose and fix, you may consider requesting AC service if the issue isn’t easily detected. Fixes involving Freon are probably best handled by the professionals, as this is a toxic chemical. For issues such as furnace fans or fan motors, don’t hesitate to call in the experts to prevent further damage.
Make sure your home stays nice and cool during Florida’s hottest months with air conditioning services from Murphy’s Home Services, Inc. From A/C repairs to maintenance and installation, we have you covered for less no matter how hot it gets. Keep your home comfortable all year round with quality and affordable air conditioner repair services from Murphy’s.
Common AC Problems
There is no shortage of reasons you may decide to call us. Here are some common culprits.
- AC Doesn’t Turn On: Air conditioners have been known to fail to start when the cooling system begins.
- Thermostat Not On Cool: This may seem like an obvious one, but some systems have built-in controls that delay cooling activation.
- No Power: Check to make sure your AC is connected to its power source.
- AC Blowing Warm Air: This issue is commonly associated with dirty filters.
- Unit Won’t Turn Off: This is common among ACs that are too small for your home. In homes where ACs are too large, your unit will frequently turn on and off.
- Clogged Condensation Line: The drip pan inside the AC system could have an insect infestation problem.
- Frozen AC Unit: There are several reasons this can occur, including improper airflow.