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Cordova HVAC Repair 

HVAC Repair Contractor in Shelby, Tipton, Fayette, and Haywood County

Anyone who has lived in Cordova for very long will know that we can experience both extremely warm and bitterly cold temperatures. To be prepared for any type of weather, it is a good idea to contact experienced HVAC specialists. When residents are experiencing troubles with an AC or a heater, our techs can provide rapid Cordova HVAC repairs. Just let Patton Plumbing Heating and A/C know, and we can find prompt and effective solutions.

Contact our capable specialists now at (901) 401-9570 to take advantage of our complimentary HVAC estimates in Shelby, Tipton, Fayette, and Haywood County.

How to Tell When an HVAC System Needs Troubleshooting

It always seems like a heater or air conditioner breaks down at the least convenient of times. Even though it seems like HVAC issues are unexpected, however, there are always subtle signs to look for. Identifying what these are before the unit experiences a total collapse can save a lot of money and hassle. As soon as any of these signs appear, get ahold of one of our helpful technicians for a more detailed inspection.

Residents should always seek the support of a knowledgeable HVAC specialist when:

  • The system struggles with cooling or heating the entire house
  • A poor amount of air is blowing from the ventilation system
  • The vents have accumulated frost or ice, no matter the season
  • There is constant short-cycling as the system runs
  • The air filter looks coated with dirt and dust particles
  • The vents or the sides of the system display signs of mildew, mold, or fungi
  • Different rooms are experiencing uneven levels of heating or cooling
  • The system lets off unpleasant odors of burnt plastic and metal as soon as it is turned on
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Hear From Our Happy Customers

  • “I had a pipe in my backyard that was hit by a tree root. Patton plumbing came out that day and was able to get it fixed. It was an all-day repair, but they worked all through the night and got it fixed. They were so professional and friendly. I highly reco”

    - Kayla I.
  • “Arrived on time, and installed a surge protector on our existing upstairs HVAC unit. Always professional, quickly got the job done, checked out that all was functional, another satisfied service by Patton personal. I highly recommend Patton for all service”

    - John B.
  • “Shane is seriously the absolute best repairman I have ever used, not exaggerating. Super knowledgeable and took time to explain every step. Went well past above and beyond. I will not call anyone but Patton now, and am recommending them to everyone who nee”

    - Kyle C.

What Causes an HVAC System to Freeze Over

One of the most obvious indications that the HVAC system is in trouble is when it is displaying signs of ice and frost. Many people may assume that this is simply because the level of heating is too low, or that the air conditioner is too powerful. However, frost on the vents or along the filter of an HVAC system has nothing to do with the settings of the unit. It also is unrelated to the temperature outside, since this issue can occur during any season of the year. Instead, the issue is that there is likely some trouble with the HVAC unit’s air filter. This filter is designed to prevent bits of debris, like dust, pollen, and dander from getting into the unit. Even a single bit of dirt or clump of pet fur can get caught up in the gears, causing them to malfunction. 

No matter how good an air filter is, however, it will eventually become blocked up. The accumulation of hair, lint, mildew, dried mud, and more will stop the air from being filtered. As this flow is halted, the coils will be missing critical circulation. This results in increased condensation, and because the moisture cannot escape, it freezes over. A faulty filter will in turn cause other parts of the system to malfunction, so it is key to have it fixed right away. Speak to our team members at Patton Plumbing Heating and A/C for immediate answers. 

Give our experts a call today at (901) 401-9570 or reach out to our skilled professionals online to benefit from Cordova HVAC repairs.

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