Air Conditioning Services2020-06-17T14:06:16-06:00

Utah Air Conditioning Service & Repair

A/C
Services
in Utah

Amazingly All Hours was able to help me with my central air within 24 hours of calling them. Adam was very knowledgeable, kind, and punctual. He was able to fix my problem on the first appointment and I could not be happier.

Darren D.

All Hours Plumbing offers a range of residential and commercial air conditioning services in Utah, including repair, maintenance, and tune-ups for old units and the installation of new ones. We have air conditioner systems from top brands providing optimal home comfort and energy efficiency. We have two locations in Utah serving Salt Lake, Utah, Davis, and Summit Counties. Our team of professional A/C repair and installers are experts in various air conditioning systems and will assist with all your needs.

Prompt A/C Repairs

We understand the importance of air conditioning in homes and offices, especially during the hot Utah summer days. Hence, we make sure that we provide prompt and efficient repairs all the time. Our team answers your call right away to schedule your service.

A/C
Services
in Utah

Amazingly All Hours was able to help me with my central air within 24 hours of calling them. Adam was very knowledgeable, kind, and punctual. He was able to fix my problem on the first appointment and I could not be happier.

Darren D.

All Hours Plumbing offers a range of residential and commercial air conditioning services in Utah, including the repair of old units and the installation of new ones. Improve your current A/C system with a tune-up or upgrade to a new unit. We have air conditioning systems from top brands providing optimal home comfort and energy efficiency. Looking for prompt A/C companies and services near you? We have two locations in Utah serving Salt Lake, Utah, Davis, and Summit Counties. Our team of professional A/C repair and installers are experts in various air conditioning systems and will be able to assist with all your needs.

Prompt A/C Repairs

We understand the importance of air conditioning in homes and offices, especially during the hot Utah summer days. Hence, we make sure that we provide prompt and efficient repairs all the time. Our team answers your call right away to schedule your service. With our fast response time and expertise in AC repairs, we can fix your broken air conditioning unit immediately.

Trusted A/C Technicians

With your air conditioning needs, you should trust only the experts. All Hours Plumbing is the go-to HVAC company in Salt Lake City, Provo, Park City, and other parts of Utah. Our trained and knowledgeable HVAC technicians will be able to handle the installation and repair of any type of air conditioner system for your home or office. We also make sure that our team provides top-notch customer service in every job they do. After all, the needs of our clients always take top priority.

If you need AC repair in Utah or a new unit installed in your property, let our technicians help you. Give us a call today and enjoy the comfort your family or staff deserve.

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AC Services we offer

With your air conditioning needs, you should trust only the experts. All Hours Plumbing is the go-to HVAC company in Salt Lake City, Provo, Park City, and other parts of Utah. Our trained and knowledgeable HVAC technicians will be able to handle the installation and repair of any type of air conditioner system for your home or office. We also make sure that our team provides top-notch customer service in every job they do. After all, the needs of our clients always take top priority.

If you need AC repair in Utah or a new unit installed in your property, let our technicians help you. Give us a call today and enjoy the comfort your family or staff deserve.

  • AC tune-ups

  • Coil cleaning

  • AC new install

  • AC swap out

  • Ducting installation

  • AC service/repair

  • Air filtration

  • UV light installation

  • HVAC remodel

  • HVAC new construction

  • Smart thermostats

  • Leak detection

  • Gas line installation

  • Zone control

  • Commercial installation and repair

  • Condenser cleaning

  • Dehumidifiers exhausts fans

  • Swamp coolers

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Salt Lake City

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Serving all of
Salt Lake City

Call Now!

(385) 213-0535

Frequently Asked A/C Questions

How Often Should I Have My Air Conditioning or Heating Equipment Serviced?2020-06-04T07:27:04-06:00

Once a year by a licensed technician.

Most manufacturers recommend having each piece of your HVAC system serviced annually, which means your AC unit should be serviced each Spring and your furnace serviced in the Fall.

It’s important to have your air conditioner serviced before it gets too hot. You don’t want to be dealing with a broken or malfunctioning AC unit during a heat wave, waiting in line behind other clients who also waited to take care of their units.

Scheduling regular air conditioning service keeps your unit functioning and nips any problems in the bud before they become larger, more serious issues. Also, as your unit ages, it grows less efficient over time. Regular AC maintenance extends the life of your unit and keeps it running more efficiently.

In addition to having one of our technicians provide an annual service, there is one task you can do in between visits to improve the efficiency of your air conditioner.

Clean or Replace Your Filters Regularly

Our technician will change the filter during the annual service visit. However, you can prevent a drop in the energy efficiency of your unit by cleaning your indoor filters at least once a month.

Benefits of Regular Scheduled Air Conditioner Maintenance

  • Better quality air flow and temperature
  • Increased efficiency
  • Lower energy costs
  • Fewer repair costs
  • Increased lifetime of the unit
  • Peace of mind
  • Prioritized customer care
Why Should I Worry About Indoor Air Quality?2020-06-04T07:22:36-06:00

Did you know that most people spend about 90% of their time indoors?

The quality of our indoor air quality directly affects our health. The EPA estimates that our indoor air is more polluted than outdoor air, even in the most industrialized areas. People that struggle with allergies and asthma are directly affected by bad air, but we can all be harmed by viruses and bacteria.

Your air handling systems are integral to the quality of your indoor air. And filtration is just the start. A licensed HVAC technician can evaluate your system for dangerous threats to your health, such as carbon monoxide build-up from improperly adjusted systems.

For the highest quality indoor air, you can:

  • Replace your filter with a HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filter
  • Decrease the amount of VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) by choosing products and cleaners that contain low amounts of VOCs such as ammonia or chlorine.
  • Use your air conditioner and have it maintained regularly. Air conditioners keep humidity down which reduces mold spores and keeps dust mites down.
  • Increase the ventilation in your home.
  • Have your air ducts cleaned and your furnace maintained regularly.
  • Change your filters often.

Here are few air purifying systems that can be installed to clean your air.

  • PCO air cleaner. This removes gases such as carbon monoxide by using a catalyst and UV light.
  • UVGI air cleaner. Removes germs, mold, allergens, bacteria, and viruses. Be aware that filters cannot remove 100% of particles, and some bacteria and viruses can only be killed with longer exposure to UV light.
  • UV ozone air cleaner. Also removes gases, particulates, molds, allergens, bacteria, and viruses using ozone.

Consult with one of our technicians to determine which system is best for you and your family.

What Causes An Air Conditioner To Freeze Up?2020-06-04T07:22:21-06:00

Having an air conditioner freeze up during the hot summer can be a terrible experience. Having your unit inspected and maintained every year can reduce the likelihood of a freeze up.

While there are a variety of reasons that your air conditioner might freeze up, here are some of the most common:

  • Dirty or clogged air filters
  • Closed or blocked air registers leading to improper air flow
  • Low refrigerant levels
  • Faulty fan
  • Bad thermostat
  • Drainage problems
  • Dirty or clogged evaporator coil

Frozen coils can badly damage the compressor on the unit. This is one of the most expensive repairs on an air conditioner, so it’s especially important to have a licensed technician fix any frozen coils and to check the unit regularly.

What Size of Air Conditioner Do I Need?2020-06-04T07:22:20-06:00

The size of the air conditioner you need depends upon multiple variables that should be assessed by one of our professionals. Generally, you need 25 BTUs (British Thermal Units) for every square foot of living space. This calculation can be impacted by height of ceilings, number of windows, and your duct work.

To determine what capacity your air conditioner should have, an All Hours Plumbing and HVAC expert will get your home measurements, count duct runs, measure the duct work, and complete a heat calculation on your home.

Why It’s Important To Have The Right Size Air Conditioner

An undersized air conditioner is inefficient and would cause the system to overwork, increasing your power bill. But that doesn’t mean that bigger is always better. An oversized air conditioner will short-cycle and turn off and on too much. When an air conditioner runs, it also removes the moisture from the air. Therefore, an oversized AC unit decreases the air quality in your home because it will increase the amount of humidity in your house. Plus, an oversized system can freeze up and will shorten the life of the unit.

What’s Included In An A/C Tune Up?2020-06-08T10:16:38-06:00

Without an annual tune up, your air conditioner is at risk for malfunction, decreased efficiency, breakdowns, and a reduced lifespan. A comprehensive AC tune up and professional cleaning by a licensed technician each year can keep the cool air flowing during Utah’s hot summer days.

Your air conditioner tune up by an All Hours Technician will include both an indoor and outdoor inspection.

Indoor

  • Filter change
  • Cabinet clean
  • Cleaning blower motor – evaluating the performance by checking amperage and voltage and inspecting the belt.
  • Testing temperature splits
  • Testing incoming and outgoing temperatures
  • Checking safety components and switches
  • Testing all circuitry – tightening and inspecting all electrical components to ensure safe system operation
  • Testing for carbon monoxide or gas leaks
  • Testing for proper condensate – inspecting and cleaning the condensate drains
  • Calibration of the thermostat
  • Testing proper air flow and checking blower components

Outdoor

  • Cleaning condenser coil and removing debris
  • Checking refrigerant levels and monitoring operating pressure
  • Checking lines and fittings for leaks
  • Checking the circuitry and ensuring proper installation
  • Testing capacitors
  • Checking amp draws
  • Overall system health check.

The average lifetime of an air conditioner unit is 12-15 years on a properly maintained system. Without regular maintenance, you could shorten the life of your air conditioner by 5 years or more.