AC, Heating, and Cooling
car Air Conditioning Service
No one wants to sit in a hot, stuffy car or truck cab. If your air conditioning unit is not running as it should, one of our trained air conditioning specialists will inspect your vehicle’s air conditioner, all lines, the evaporator and the compressor for leaks and wear.
The air conditioning unit in your vehicle operates similarly to a refrigerator. Your vehicle’s air conditioning unit is designed to move heat from the inside of your vehicle to outside of it.
Your vehicle’s air conditioning unit has six major components:
When you start your vehicle’s air conditioning system,
The compressor works by putting the refrigerant under pressure, sending it to the condensing coils, which are generally in front of your vehicle’s radiator. The condenser expels hot air to outside the vehicle, cooling the air within. When this happens, the refrigerant is cooled, and it changes from a gas to a liquid, which then passes through the expansion valve and to the evaporator.
Once the evaporator receives the liquid-state refrigerant, it loses pressure and cools the remaining liquid. The vehicle’s blower moves air across the evaporator and into the vehicle’s interior. If you keep your air conditioning unit turned on, the refrigerant goes through this cycle continuously.
If any of these components is damaged,
Frequently asked questions
We recommend checking your car’s A/C system at the start of the warmer season, usually annually. Regular maintenance can help identify potential issues before they become more serious.
A standard A/C service typically takes about 1-2 hours, depending on the complexity of the issue. If parts need ordering, it may take longer.
No. We’re open Mondays to Fridays, 8AM to 5PM.