Advanpro Announces AC Repair In Calgary

June 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Advanpro in Calgary, Alberta has announced that they are providing professional air conditioning repair and installation for those in the Calgary area. The company has more than 10 years of experience in installing and repairing heating and air conditioning units, and wanted to take the time to inform residents that they can install a new unit or repair their existing air conditioning unit before summer temperatures begin to soar.

A spokesperson for the company says, “Being stuck without air conditioning during the summer months can be brutal. We offer full repairs and new installations to help our customers to stay cool when those temperatures reach what could easily be three digits during the later summer season.”

The company states that air conditioning units can gradually become less efficient over time, which is why routine service and maintenance is important. The company spokesperson states that generally when an air conditioning unit needs repairs, it is because the unit has been neglected for some time. Dust and debris can build up in the unit over time, which requires it to be cleaned and serviced in order to get it working properly again.

“A malfunctioning air conditioner can cause serious damage to one’s energy bill,” says the spokesperson for Advanpro Calgary. “Not repairing minor issues or leaving a unit uninspected can lead to it not working properly, which in turn can significantly raise the amount of energy that it takes to operate that unit.”

The company states that not only will a malfunctioning unit cause higher energy bills, it can lead to indoor temperatures that are less than comfortable. When an air conditioner is clogged with debris or otherwise is not working efficiently, it may not put out the amount of cool air that is required to cool a home, which not only raises the amount of energy needed to run the unit, but running it is often done in vain as it simply will not cool the home as it should.

The company states that in worst case scenarios, a unit may simply be too old or too damaged to repair, in which case they offer installations of new units. They offer a wide range of unit brands, all of which are designed to lower energy costs and provide customers with the cooler temperatures that they need for the hot summer months.

“We can inspect the unit to see if it can be repaired and if so, we will get it running smoothly once again,” says the company representative. “We also wanted our customers to know that we offer very competitive rates in the area and can provide them with emergency AC repairs as needed.”

Advanpro AC repairs are done by only the most professional and experienced technicians in the area. The company states that they are proud of their staff, which is comprised of a number of highly qualified and talented AC repair technicians and furnace repair professionals.

The company states that any customer in the area who notices that their air conditioning unit is not working as it should, is making a strange noise or generally does not cool their home as needed should contact the company and allow a technician to come and provide an inspection of the unit. The company spokesperson adds that they do not under any circumstances attempt to “talk a customer into buying a new unit” unless that is what the customer wants or their existing unit cannot be repaired.

Those who are interested in learning more or in scheduling a service for repairs or general maintenance can contact the heating and air conditioning professionals through their website. The website offers more information about their range of services, as well as contact information for those who prefer to reach out directly via phone or email. The company states that now is the time to get those air conditioners repaired or serviced before the summer months bring on temperatures that are hard to bear without AC.

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For more information about Advanpro Furnace Cleaning, contact the company here:

Advanpro Furnace Cleaning
Rhys Evans
(403) 873-7779
info@advanpro.ca
11985 44 St SE, Calgary, AB T2Z 4G9

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