Is Your Waukesha Home Too Hot to Handle? Call Us for Expert Air Conditioner Repair

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At Seider Heating, Plumbing & Electrical, we’re not blowing hot air when we say we’ve repaired thousands of air conditioners over the past 100+ years. Your neighbors in Waukesha County and surrounding areas trust us with our industry-leading workmanship and a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee.

Air Conditioner Repair Troubleshooting Tips

We’re available 24/7 for your emergency calls, and we’re happy to pay you a visit to diagnose any issues when your cooling system isn’t functioning properly. If you take pride in evaluating your own system before you contact us, feel free to address this checklist of troubleshooting tips:

  • Make sure the furnace switch is turned on
  • Clean your air filter or air cleaner
  • Double check the circuit breaker—if it’s on, toggle it off and on again and wait five to seven minutes (some units have a built-in time delay)
  • If your unit has outside fuses, replace the fuses—be sure to turn the circuit breaker off before working in the box

Our Maintenance Covers All Makes and Models of Air Conditioners

In addition to repair, our NATE-certified technicians offer expert maintenance to help enhance your products’ lifespans and reduce the chance of future breakdowns. We service residential and commercial systems including:

Count on us for annual equipment cleanings and checkups, 24-hour emergency service, and free estimates when you need help the most. Learn more about our preferred service agreement and how you can save on annual service, not just for your air conditioner, but all your home comfort systems.

Contact Us for All Your Heating and Cooling Needs

If you’ve completed our troubleshooting checklist and are still experiencing AC issues, contact us today at 262-436-0505, or schedule an appointment online. There’s a reason we’ve been assisting your Milwaukee area neighbors since 1912—we’re there for you whenever you need HVAC help, be it a simple fix or a full-on replacement.

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