Just about every homeowner has been there – you’re feeling cooling relief in your air-conditioned house on a day when it’s 90-plus degrees outside. Then suddenly the AC shuts down. In a matter of hours, with a broken AC unit, the inside of your house has made the ugly transition from cool and comfortable to clammy and hot. Then there’s the other  type of cooling system malfunction – an AC that gradually stops cooling like it used to. That can have the same eventual effect as the system that suddenly stops working: You’re stewing in your juices in a house that’s hot and muggy, and in this case it’s despite having a modern AC unit working away and wasting energy to no avail.

Choose Reliability; Choose Jansen

This is when you can really appreciate the benefits of having a reliable Cincinnati AC repair outfit to call. In the top ranks of this category is family-owned Jansen Heating & Air Conditioning.

They can handle any sort of issue, though it’s usually best to troubleshoot the problem before calling in a professional. After all, it might be something as simple as resetting the circuit breaker or adjusting the thermostat.

On the other hand, if the air conditioner doesn’t shut down but rather just stops cooling the house efficiently, you should check the air filter and change it if it’s dirty. Or try looking at supply registers in rooms that aren’t feeling cool to make sure they’re open and unblocked.

Defective AC Repair a Phone Call Away

If your AC has stopped working or just isn’t providing the comfortable cooling you’ve come to expect, Jansen offers a seven-day service hotline, with reliable, skilled technicians who have seen just about everything. They can repair any make or model of broken air conditioner, plus offer preventative maintenance that will increase the chances you won’t have to deal with a busted AC unit. You can expect Jansen to offer a fair cost for the air conditioner repair, as well as the company’s 100 percent upfront pricing guarantee.

Dual Fuel Heating System Removes the Guesswork

If your home employs a heat pump for both heating and cooling, and you live in an area with cold winters, you may have found that when the weather plummets below freezing for an extended period of time, the heat pump struggles to keep your home comfortable. A dual fuel or hybrid heating system protects against this happening by adding a back-up combustion furnace to the system. When the heat pump struggles to provide adequate heating, the furnace will kick in and pick up the slack. At any given time the system will use the most efficient and effective heating technology.