Air Conditioning Repair & Installation in Gilbert & Phoenix

Emergency A/C Service 24 Hours A Day, Every Day

Isley’s technicians are on call around the clock, and our service vehicles are fully stocked with quality parts for all repairs. Every repair comes with a one-year warranty on all parts and labor. Our TLC Maintenance Plan customers receive priority service in addition to the other great benefits that come with the annual service agreement. We can repair and install most air-conditioning unit brands, including Trane residential air conditioners.

Complete the emergency service request form to the right, or, for faster service, call Isley’s at 480-422-5949 for 24 hour air conditioning repair any day in Gilbert, Arizona and the Phoenix metro area.

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Air Conditioning Troubleshooting Guide: 10 Things That Can Go Wrong With Your A/C

This could be caused by a number of things, so before you call us try these:

  • If you have a split system, check your circuit breaker to make sure that both units are running — outside and inside. Make sure you don’t have a blown fuse or circuit.
  • Make sure the temperature is set appropriately; do you have it set to heat when it should be set to cool?
  • Is there a reset button? Try resetting the unit.

Noises usually mean your air-conditioning unit is going to break soon. Turn it off and call us. Take notice where the noise is coming from – outside or inside – we’ll ask you that when you call. You might also check your filter. Clogged filters sometimes make a weird sucking noise.

Check the thermostat. Is it set to the right temperature? Check the circuit breaker and fuses. Beyond that, it’s time to call for help.

Check the circuit breaker and make sure the thermostat is at the right setting. If the thermostat is turned on and it’s supposed to be cooling but not blowing air, check the filter. It might have iced up and caused it not to blow air. If you’ve check all of that and still have the problem, give us a call.

The first thing to do is turn off the unit if you suspect a water leak is from your A/C unit. Find out where the water is coming from. Is it coming from the A/C or is it a plumbing leak? Most A/C units have drain pipes outside the house to remove condensation away from your house. Check your pipe to see if the water is going where it’s supposed to. If you don’t know where the pipe is, or where the water should go – give us a call.

It’s probably time for a service call. We recommend that you regularly change filters; dirty filters make it hard for air to get through, which makes your unit run harder and your energy bills increase. Customers who have Isley’s TLC Maintenance Agreement get twice-yearly checks to make sure their units are running to peak performance.

A lot of times you can adjust the airflow into the rooms by adjusting the damper on your register. Most registers have dampers that you can open and close to adjust air flow into rooms. If that doesn’t work, have your system looked at. You could have a broken duct or other problems that you can’t see in the house. It’s also possible that your builder cut corners and installed an inadequate HVAC unit for your home’s square footage. Two-story houses are notorious for having uneven heating and cooling zones.

If your outdoor unit coil is clogged with dirt, dust, and debris from your lawn, turn the power off and take a garden hose and try to spray and clean the coil. Carefully wash the outdoor coil. By the way, this is part of the TLC Maintenance Agreement – we do it for you.

Check the circuit breakers and fuses to make sure there is power to the unit. If it’s a digital thermometer that has gone blank, it has lost power. If it’s battery-powered, change the battery. If that doesn’t work, give us a call; you might need a replacement.

If your system runs more often than normal to maintain the temperature or it’s not keeping up to temperature, this could be because of the refrigerant. You have to be licensed to handle refrigerant, so leave this one to the pros.

Arizona Cooling Costs By The Numbers

  • 25% of Arizona’s residential energy consumption is for air-conditioning.
  • Arizona’s energy usage for home cooling is 4 times the national average.
  • Air-conditioners use 5% of electricity produced in the United States.
  • A/C units release about 100 million tons of carbon dioxide into the air every year.