We Repair All Air Conditioner Systems
At LegendAir Heating and Cooling, we can repair almost every type of A/C system. Our expertly trained technicians have decades of combined experience repairing air conditioning systems. Any service needs that might arise, from minor repairs to full system replacements, LegendAir can handle it.
Licensed and Insured
LegendAir is licensed and insured. Contractor's License# PA121123
Trained and certified to work on and install today’s major brands like Bryant and Goodman as well as older systems.
What our Customers are saying:
Home AC Repairs for all types of systems.
Your home’s air conditioning system requires regular maintenance to keep running safely and efficiently. LegendAir specializes in maintenance that will help make your system as efficient as possible. We have repair crews ready to come to your home year round. Ask about scheduling regular maintenance on a biannual or annual basis.
Air Conditioning Units
LegendAir experts are equipped to repair any and all parts of your system. From fixing larger units to duct cleaning and repairs, LegendAir is your partner in making sure your home stays cool and comfortable while prioritizing efficiency.
This electric unit is usually located inside the home, and has mechanisms that blow air throughout the home. Air handlers often operate with both the heating and cooling systems for a home that has a central system. LegendAir can repair your Air Handler and keep your system going.
When to Repair vs. Replace
AC units can last more than two decades, but a major repair can pop up at various points. When should you start considering replacing the unit instead of just paying for the repairs?
- The unit is less than halfway through the average lifespan: Though some systems will need to be replaced sooner than others, it’s safe to say that it’s worth repairing a five-year-old unit instead of opting to replace.
- Repairs do not exceed the value of the unit: This seems straightforward, but you should expect to spend a few hundred dollars on routine maintenance. If the cost of your repair is in the thousands, it is worth evaluating how much the unit is worth at the current stage. It might be better to scrap it for parts or spend a little bit more than you usually would to extend its lifespan by several years.
- You are thinking about selling your home: If you need your unit to just last another season or two before you plan on selling the home, plan to repair it.
- Utility savings are worth the investment: Getting the correct repair done on your home may improve your unit’s efficiency in the short run, but overall, plan to upgrade if your unit is at least 10 years old and having problems. Upgrading means you will have a more energy efficient model in your home, and you might even be able to calculate likely predictions for how much you’ll save each year.