When the air conditioner goes out, or isn’t blowing cold air, you need service that is reliable and effective. The AC repair technicians at All Air Heating & Cooling have been working in the industry for years and have all of the necessary tools, resources, and experience to get your AC unit working as quickly as possible. Summers in Fredericksburg can get hot and humid, so make sure that you and your family have a cool home to retreat to when it becomes unbearable.

Common Causes For AC Repair

Refrigerant Leak

Refrigerant, or Freon, is what actually cools the air in the AC unit. When levels are low, the system won’t be able to blow cold air. Oftentimes, when refrigerant levels are low, this is a sign of a leak. Leaks should be fixed as soon as possible.

Broken AC Components

Without proper AC maintenance, certain parts will experience higher amounts of wear and tear. These parts include fan blades, the compressor, electrical components, and contacts.

Coil Issues

Evaporator coils take heat from the air and push it into the home through the air ducts. Over time, they will begin corroding and will need to be replaced. Condenser coils, along with the compressor, are both outside so they will need to be cleaned regularly. Without proper care, you will need to call a professional.


The compressor and the refrigerant work together to create cool air. When levels of refrigerant are either too low or too high, it can cause issues with the compressor and may lead to serious repair issues.


Preventative maintenance is often the best way to ensure that you don’t need AC repair, but if you start hearing strange noises, notice any leaks, or the system isn’t cooling the home at all, contact the team at All Air Heating & Cooling.

Our HVAC contractors will offer the best solution for your specific situation and we also offer financing options if it turns out that it’s time for a new system. If you have any questions or want to schedule an appointment, call us today.