Randallstown, MD Air Conditioning & Heating Services
SuperTech HVAC Services Is Proud to Provide Air Conditioning and Heating Services for the Randallstown Community and the Surrounding Milford Mill and Windsor Mill Communities.
THE BEST RANDALLSTOWN AC COMPANIES
Have you experienced an unexpected AC malfunction? We can get your cooling system back in working order. SuperTech Heating & AC offers top-grade AC repairs to residents all over Randallstown, MD, and the surrounding areas. Locally-owned and operated, we stand out for delivering the resources and expertise of a larger HVAC company with the personal touch of a smaller one. Our capable technicians deal with all makes and models. Our team is committed to addressing your needs. We make great efforts to make sure that we never keep you waiting in the summer heat. We’ll make certain that your issue is taken care of and your equipment is running smoothly again. Our crew renders both residential and commercial AC services.
Our certifications and plaudits:
- BBB accredited with an A+ rating
- EPA certified
- Angie’s List Super Service Award
- Best of HomeAdvisor Award
CONVENIENT RANDALLSTOWN AC SERVICES
In the summer, the last thing you want to do is sweat through scorching weather. However, a sudden AC malfunction can turn a perfectly enjoyable sunny day into a nightmare. Fortunately, we have the solutions to get your issue sorted out quickly with no qualms. We understand that you’re likely to experience an AC breakdown at the most inconvenient of times. This is why we at SuperTech vow to provide convenient and timely AC repairs, AC installation and AC maintenance in the Randallstown region. Our prepared and professional technicians always arrive on time. We want to make sure that you never feel stranded. We also have a reputation for getting the job done time and time again. Don’t wait until your entire system is broken down. Watch out for any hints that your AC unit is beginning to fail.
Pay attention to the following:
- Inaccurate thermostat
- Loud or unusual noises
- Blowing warm air
- Varying temperatures throughout your home
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What’s the cost to replace an AC unit?
When it comes to installing air conditioning, a central AC system will run around $3,700 to over $7,000 on average, based on HomeAdvisor’s estimates. The price may vary some based on where you live, and the type of system you need. One other thing to keep in mind is your air ducts and what kind of condition they’re in. This all comes into play when pricing out a system.
How big of a unit do I need to cool my house?
There’s no one right answer, but a general rule of thumb is about 1 ton of AC for every 500 to 600 square feet. But, what’s important to know is that there are varying factors that go into the equation and that might not be enough in your circumstance. A qualified contractor will look at the types of windows and doors you have, how many of them, what your insulation is like, the height of your ceilings, and even how many people live in your home and the climate you live in. They’ll use a Manual J to get you an estimate, so you’ll know what will work best in your situation.
What’s the life span of an AC unit?
When an air conditioner unit is well maintained, you should see about 12-15 years out of it. A heat pump, about 14 years. It comes down to how it was installed, how well you’ve cared for it, among a few other small details. One thing we’re often asked is about an aging unit. Once it’s past 10 years old, you may want to replace it, rather than repair it.
What’s wrong with my air conditioner? It’s on, but not cooling the house.
We can help you find the answer, but the first thing to do is make sure your temperature settings are correct. Is it set to cool? Is the fan on auto? Are there blocked vents? When it’s not something obvious, it may be a refrigerant leak, or dirty coil, maybe even a frozen evaporator coil. Is the condenser coil dirty? The air filter? Give us a call and we’ll help you figure it out.
How do I stop my AC from leaking water?
Did you know that while there are multiple possible answers, most the time it’s a pretty common solution? Check the drain line and make sure it’s not clogged. If it is, simply take a wet/dry vac with the help of an attachment and clean it. That should help. Also, another neat tip is to use a little bit of vinegar and pour it down the line. What this does is help destroy bacteria and fungus. You can use this tip 2-3 times a year for best results.
Do you need to service an AC unit after it’s installed?
An air conditioning system works best when it’s been well maintained. That means servicing it and getting a tune-up each spring. This helps your system run efficiently. Did you know you can actually lose up to 5% of its peak performance by not maintaining your unit? That goes for your heating system as well, which we suggest getting serviced in the fall. One last thing you can do to help keep your system running smoothly is to make sure you either clean or change out your air filters on a monthly basis.
About Randallstown, MD
Randallstown, Maryland sits in Baltimore County. The town got its name based on two brothers who ran a tavern in the area. The Baltimore suburb has a population of just over 30,000 people. The area itself sits on just over 10 square miles and features the historic Choate House which was built all the way back in 1810!
Randallstown sits on the southwestern side of the state and offers opportunities like the Randallstown Community Center and the Baltimore County Public Library Randallstown Branch. If you’re looking for a bite to eat, you’ll want to stop by Akbar Palace, Colin’s Seafood & Grill, or be sure to visit the Identity Ultra Lounge.
If you’re heading to Randallstown or have just moved to the area, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, the summers get sticky and hot, so make sure your central air conditioning system is running at its peak. You’ll appreciate climate control on those muggy nights, and so will your walls. A good system will help keep excess moisture out of the home. With our HVAC services we can help give your unit a tune-up before the hot weather hits.
As for winter, you’ll want to prepare for windy, cold days, and a mix of snow. If your furnace and heat pump are in good repair, you shouldn’t have any issues handling the colder weather that sits over us in January and February. Of course, if you find you’re having a problem or need a new system, we’re always here to help. Simply give us a call and we’ll not only answer all your questions but get you up and working in no time.
While the summers are hot, there are some nice days mixed in there, and with four solid seasons, we don’t see extreme temperatures like some states do.