AC Repair Services

The hot season in the Tulsa area lasts about 4 months, from June thru September, with daily high temperatures averaging more than 85°F. Being without reliable air conditioning in those conditions is not only uncomfortable but unsafe, increasing the risk of heat stroke, heart attack, or dehydration. If your home is hot and humid, that can lead to rapid mold growth, which can also make everyone in your household sick.

Getting regular maintenance on your air conditioning unit can bring peace of mind to you. Knowing you have a reliable air conditioning repair service just a phone call away can also be a big relief.

About Quick Temp

Quick Temp has been serving the Tulsa area for more than 10 years. With a team dedicated to returning your home’s comfort level as quickly and as economically as possible, you can trust Quick Temp with all of your air conditioner repair projects.

AC Repair Services We Offer

  • Window Unit Air Conditioning Repair
  • Air Conditioner Repair
  • Emergency AC Repair

Here are some of the most typical repairs that our service technicians see on repair calls:

Problems with the compressor

The compressor in your system is in charge of pressurizing the refrigerant so that heat may be emitted. It features its own motor as well as some electrical wiring. Because it is a component that works extremely hard, many difficulties such as motor and electrical issues might arise. Because refrigerant goes through the compressor, it should only be handled by a certified technician.

Problems with the blower

Your air conditioner contains two fans: the evaporator fan, often known as the blower, and the condenser fan, which is located in the outside unit. The condenser fan aids in the removal of heat from your system, while the inside blower forces cold air into your ductwork. Belt difficulties, motor problems, and loose or bent blades are all common problems with fans.

Refrigerant leaks

Refrigerant leaks are prevalent in air conditioners, but discovering them can be difficult, which is why a refrigerant leak should be handled by a professional. Leaky refrigerant reduces the amount of refrigerant in your overall system, which can cause a variety of issues.

When to Call Quick Temp for AC Repair

  • No airflow
  • Noise
  • Continue to dial it down, yet the thermostat continues to rise.
  • Releasing hot air
  • Serviced, but still not cool.
  • Thumping/banging

What You Can Expect During Your AC Repair

We provide free estimates. We also offer financing and we don’t require day-of payment.
Once you contact us and we plan a service call for you, our office will contact you with the name and profile of the technician who will be visiting your house. All of our technicians have undergone comprehensive background checks and fulfill our high standards for customer care. Our professionals will leave your home in the exact condition that they found it. They will be sure to wear boot coverings and take any other steps necessary to avoid messes. We will check your system to determine what is wrong.
An air conditioner is an essential piece of household equipment. Whether you have a split or window air conditioner, it helps to filter the air in your living area. This demonstrates how critical it is to get it serviced on a regular basis. Air conditioning repair service guarantees that your air conditioner is trouble-free and functioning effectively. Air conditioning repair service may assist with issues such as water leaks from the AC unit, AC noise, and much more. What is an air conditioning repair service?
The first step in air conditioning servicing is to inspect the AC system for water leakage. An air conditioning repair specialist will inspect the machine for leaks from tubes or pipes. He or she will drain, remove dirt and debris, and clean the AC unit to improve its function.
When an air conditioner is turned on, it accumulates a large amount of dust and dirt. All filth and dust are removed and cleaned during an air conditioning repair service visit to prevent problems such as ice development in the Ac or AC not cooling. The fin should also be cleaned and washed to remove any dust or mold growth.
During the air conditioning repair procedure, mold and dust are removed from the AC condenser and evaporator fan. The fan is situated differently in both AC kinds. It is found in the external/outdoor unit of a split air conditioner.
The coolant level in the air conditioner must be checked by an air conditioning service specialist. When the coolant level drops, your air conditioner stops operating. This is due to the cooling coil's temperature dropping below the typical threshold.
Dust and filth cause your air conditioner to overheat. The condenser and evaporator coil are cleaned during an air conditioning service. Other critical components of the AC units are also cleaned to prevent future damage.
After all other services are completed during an air conditioning repair, an overall inspection is performed. For any defects, major components such as the fan motor, condenser unit, compressor, evaporator unit, thermostat, and many others are inspected. An air conditioning service may assist you in diagnosing AC problems and ensuring that all aspects of your AC are working correctly. The best approach to maximize your air conditioner is to get it serviced on a regular basis.

How to Get Started with Quick Temp

Step 1:  Contact us by phone or fill out our contact form, and our office employees will schedule a visit from one of our qualified professionals at a time that works best for you.

Step 2:  Our office will tell you the name and profile of the technician who will be visiting your residence for your protection and safety. (All of our technicians are subjected to thorough background checks and must adhere to our demanding customer service standards.)

Step 3:  We’ll evaluate your system to determine the source of the problem and make the required repairs for immediate and long-term relief.

Step 4:  Your life resumes normalcy, and you now have a partner on whom you can rely for all of your air conditioning needs.