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Why Choose Us?

Sunrise Heat & Air understands the importance of a properly-functioning air conditioning system to your daily life. This is why they offer same-day repair service in Florida.

  • Fast and accurate diagnosis with the help of smart HVAC manifold system

  • High-quality parts and systems from finest brands

  • Service vehicles are stocked with commonly used replacement parts.

  • They can easily get parts that are not in stock.

  • Upfront pricing and no surprise fees

  • Free suggestions from our experienced AC technicians

  • Polite, prompt, and insured technicians

Sunrise AC technicians give a clear explanation of the real problem and the viable solutions to help you come up with the best decision. Parts and labor are warrantied for your peace of mind.

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20 YEARS OF QUALITY SERVICE

Sunrise Heat & Air belongs to a brand that has been in business for over 20 years. They remain as the most trusted service provider in Bay Area because of their dedication to deliver superior results. Equipped with the most advanced tools and knowledge obtained from years of intensive training, their AC technicians are prepared for all sorts of repairs.

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The Finest AC Repair in the Bay Area

The nickname “Sunshine State” is only appropriate for Florida because it experiences a lot of sunny days. Summers are long and very warm, which means heavy workload for air conditioning systems.

Prevent Sweaty Summers

The demand for AC repair peaks during summer because many units break down due to constant use. Have a technician check your AC before summer to avoid sweaty days and nights. If does break, contact an honest and responsive company that can guarantee their work, like Sunrise Heat & Air.

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Who Should Repair Your AC?

Whether it’s a minor concern or a major disruption, put AC repair on the hands of the professionals. Air conditioners are complicated machineries that require the attention of those who actually understand how they work.
Not For DIY-ers.
Any attempt to repair a unit without the right tools, knowledge, and training may only lead to costlier repairs. AC repair is one of those processes that do not belong to the DIY path.

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DO NOT DELAY AC REPAIR

Delaying AC repair only worsens the problem. Forcing the unit to run when it already shows signs of breakdown will reduce its lifespan and increase repair cost. Call professional AC repair as soon as these signs become apparent. Sunrise Heat & Air is reachable 24/7 so they can respond to emergencies promptly.

Maybe All You Need Is a Repair

Air conditioners are expensive, so make certain your unit is beyond repair before getting a new one. But just like any other machinery, repairs can only do as much. At some point, you will have to replace the AC. Consider this if the repairs become too frequent.
Honest companies like Sunrise Heat & Air will tell you if it’s more prudent to repair or to install a new one.

Installation and Maintenance under the Same Roof
If repairs are no longer enough, Sunrise Heat & Air can install and maintain a new air condition system for you. Proper installation and maintenance are keys to long-lasting optimum performance and energy efficiency.

How to Prevent Repairs

All of these problems can be prevented with regular maintenance. Have your air conditioning system serviced and inspected by a trusted name in the industry at least twice a year. A tune-up will pave way to the discovery of emerging problems and will prevent frequent and costly repairs.

Get quality preventative maintenance at a highly-competitive price from Sunrise Heat & Air!

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8 Most Common AC Problems

Listed below are the most common AC problems experienced in the Bay Area:

1

Low Refrigerant
A refrigerant is a chemical that removes heat and moisture from the air. If your system doesn’t cool your home anymore, you may suspect reduced refrigerant levels. Most often it is due to a leak. A certified AC technician will have to check the refrigerant levels first before having the unit refilled.

R22, a refrigerant that is now banned in the US for its ozone depletion potential, will have to be replaced with a safer refrigerant.

2

Frozen Evaporator Coil
The evaporator coil absorbs heat from the air. If it becomes frozen, it won’t be able to help cool your home. This can be caused by clogged ductwork or air filters.

3

Noisy Air Conditioning Unit
Banging, clanking, squeaking, and chattering sounds could be indications of loose or broken components within the AC. You will have to open the unit and scrutinize the interiors to confirm and fix this.

4

Fans Won’t Work
There is a fan that blows air towards the evaporator coil, and another that expels hot air to the outside environment.
You may experience insufficient cooling if either of these fans ceases to function. The usual reasons are faulty motor, worn-out belts, lack of lubrication, and excessive dirt and debris. Ignoring this situation can harm the compression, which often leads to premature AC retirement.

5

Leaky Ducts
Cooled air is carried throughout your home by ducts. These are often hidden behinds walls and ceilings. Cracks or holes in the AC ducts will prevent cooled air from reaching your living space. This will force your system to work harder, consequently propelling energy consumption.

Leaky ducts can be caused by improper installation, and rodent infestation.

6

Faulty Wiring
Incorrect installation or choice of wiring can prevent your system from running. It can also overload the circuit breaker and cause fire accidents.

7

Thermostat Problem
This is particularly common in dial-type units because they could be erroneously calibrated. Although this can be easily fixed, a qualified AC technician may reveal hidden problems associated with the thermostat issue.

8

Faulty Compressor
A malfunctioning compressor prevents results to significant cooling capacity of the air conditioner. Aside from insufficient cooling, it is typically associated with a stuttering noise.

A number of things can harm the compression, which include: blocked or incorrectly-sized suction lines, low refrigerant charge, electrical problems, and insufficient lubrication.

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