Phoenix Mobile Home Air Conditioners
At Norris Air Inc., we can provide all your Phoenix mobile home air conditioner needs, including installation, replacement, and repair. We also have a maintenance plan and will install and service any equipment that we install. We offer energy–saving HVAC equipment, as well as free in home estimates. Feel free to contact us at any time to ask about our mobile home AC units and services in the entire Phoenix area.
Norris Air Inc. provides heating and air conditioning in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa and the surrounding areas.
Mobile Home AC Installation in Phoenix
When you need to replace your old mobile home air conditioner in Phoenix, it is always a good idea to check the efficiency ratings when you start comparing models. For AC units, the seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER) is an easy way for mobile home and park model homeowners to determine which air conditioning units on the market will provide the best energy savings. The higher the rating, the more efficient that particular model will be.
Any new AC unit should have a SEER rating of at least 13, but air conditioners that were manufactured more than 15 years ago could have a rating as low as 6, or less. In addition to higher efficiency ratings, manufacturers are now required to charge newer models with EPA–approved refrigerant. Any air conditioning unit made after 1995 will not be charged with the ozone–depleting CFC refrigerant used in air conditioners before the EPA began to phase out harmful CFCs. Call Norris Air if you would like to know more about the benefits of installing a new high–efficiency or ENERGY STAR air conditioner your Phoenix mobile or park model home.
Phoenix Mobile Home Air Conditioner Repair and Maintenance
Whether you need Phoenix mobile home air conditioner repair service or a routine tune up, call us first. Usually, when an air conditioning system fails, it can be resolved with some basic troubleshooting. If your AC unit has stopped working, first check the fuses or circuit breakers. You should also allow the air conditioning unit to cool for at least five to ten minutes before flipping a breaker switch. On particularly hot days, the compressor could stop working because of a tripped high–pressure limit switch.
On most models, you can easily reset the limit switch with a button in the access panel for the AC compressor. If none of these steps resolve the problem, make sure the air filter access panel covers are fastened correctly. Some AC models have a device that will not allow the system to start again until the access door has been closed properly. Call us any time for troubleshooting advice, and if we can’t solve the problem over the phone, we’ll send someone to your mobile or park model home ASAP to get your unit working again.
Mobile Home AC Refrigerant Tips
Refrigerant leaks are a common cause for a number of AC problems in Phoenix, from not properly cooling your mobile or park model home to reducing efficiency levels. If you suspect a refrigerant leak, you should call a qualified HVAC technician to inspect your air conditioning system. According to the EPA refrigerant handling laws, only a certified professional should repair refrigerant leaks and charge your AC unit with refrigerant.
When an air conditioner is low on refrigerant, it could have also been undercharged during the initial installation, so also make sure you hire a contractor you can trust to install any new mobile home air conditioning system. In addition to causing problems with your air conditioner, refrigerant leaks are harmful to the environment, so call the Phoenix and Mesa mobile home air conditioning technicians at Norris Air whenever you suspect issues with your refrigerant.
We also provide quality HVAC installation services, so call us for all your Phoenix mobile home air conditioning needs.