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Do you have an Air Conditioning that isn’t working properly or is broken? We can help.
Call us anytime at:

314 485-2589

and you get:

  • A quick response—we can usually respond the same day
  • Skilled Air Conditioning Repair Service in St. Louis —we have over 12 years of experience and our technicians are all trained professionals
  • Good value—we have the best prices in St Louis and our service call is free when you allow us to do the air conditioning repair
  • New parts—We only use brand new parts that are covered by the company’s warranty

Saint Louis
Allenton
Arnold
Augusta
Ballwin
Barnhart
Lake Saint Louis
Maryland Heights
New Melle
O Fallon
Wentzville
Valley Park
Washington
Saint Charles

Columbia
Cottleville
Defiance
Dittmer
Ellisville
Belleville
Cedar Hill
Chesterfield
Pacific
Pevely
Portage Des Sioux
Saint Ann
Waterloo
House Springs

Earth City
Eureka
West Alton
Hematite
Herculaneum
High Ridge
Fenton
Festus
Flint Hill
Florissant
Foristell
Glencoe
Grover
Kimmswick

The products we fix include: air conditioning and heating repair, replacement, installation. We service all St Louis County -- check the list of areas we service.

We repair all air conditioning brands and models in St. Louis:

Lennox
Carrier
Ruud
Trane

Rheem
Caloric
GE
Puron

York
Tempstar
Bryant
and many more view all brands

The trick to your Air Conditioning repair safety is common sense. Where electricity, plumbing, and gas are involved, do-it-yourself Air Conditioning repair beware. Even if nothing explodes during the do-it-yourself Air Conditioning repair, one man’s beginners luck can be tomorrow’s disaster. Wake the next morning to an electrical fire or return home to a flood, and you’ll wish you had called a Air Conditioning repairman. Your Air Conditionings are safer in the hands of a professional. Your home and your family are too.

Leave it to St. Louis Air Conditioning repair professionals. Preserve safety, and save yourself unnecessary costs.

The Trouble with Concealing the Air Conditioner

Air conditioning units can be an ugly sight. They don’t quite seem to add the same aesthetic as a rhododendron or rose bush. When the AC unit interferes with the feng shui of landscaping and lawn ornaments, you may be thinking of a way to conceal it.

 At first consideration, it may seem a simple fix. Yet, there are a few things to keep in mind when planning to hide this metal monster.

Planting Sturdy
A common way by which air conditioners are concealed is landscaping. Important to keep in mind is that the air conditioner emits heat. When it is working hard to keep you cool, the air conditioner throws heat that many plants cannot tolerate. When preparing to plant, consider more resilient disguises.

Select plants that thrive in all types of soil, and are drought tolerant. This will allow them to stand sturdy against the heat of the unit. Plants that require modest maintenance and have minimal spread are ideal. Selecting varieties that gain height without spread will conceal without crowding the unit.

Be sure to match your creativity with practicality. Do your research. Landscaping that can’t withstand the heat will fail at its mission to conceal.

Coils Clean Equals a Happy Machine
Keep it clean. You should always keep the unit clear of dust and debris. This will help maintain the unit’s efficiency.

If you intend to plant, you will increase the possibility of leaves, grass, and other debris making their way to the coils and other parts of the AC unit. Bearing this in mind, be sure to keep extra watch once you have planted.  Shrubbery close enough to conceal the unit may solve one problem while creating another.

The Importance of Space
Give the unit some space. Don’t crowd the air conditioning unit too close. You will need to leave enough space for routine maintenance and ventilation. Additionally, you don’t want shrubbery to be too close to the unit for the above reason (keeping the unit clean).

Plant at least two feet away on all sides, and make sure the plants are kept trim. Be sure to leave a space to enter the perimeter of the unit for the purpose of cleaning and maintenance.

Follow these guidelines and one eye-sore becomes a safely guarded garden secret.

If your issue cannot be resolved with this quick and easy to repair tips, we strongly advice that you call us for an air conditioning repair appointment.

314 485-2589