At Bryan's Heating and Air Conditioning, we understand the importance of a reliable air conditioning unit. As the heat rises outdoors, the lack of cool airflow indoors can make it difficult to feel comfortable. Even with regular care, HVAC systems can sometimes fail to provide adequate air flow when you need it most. If your unit breaks down, you can count on Bryan's Heating and Air Conditioning for emergency AC repair, day or night. Since 1985, our HVAC company has provided professional HVAC services to home and business owners in Kansas. We provide emergency services both to residential and commercial cooling systems, so you never have to worry about losing cool airflow in your home or business for too long.
Some of the most common residential and commercial air conditioning issues that require emergency attention include the following.
Non-emergency issues that still require professional attention include the following.
If your air conditioner fails to cool your home or business, it’s important to have the problem addressed as soon as possible. Leaving any issue unrepaired could cause more extensive damage to the system, making the repair more expensive and time consuming. What’s more, delayed emergency services can lead to total system failure, which will likely require replacement of the system. The lack of cool airflow in your home or business for a long period of time can also pose dangers to health, such as overheating and dehydration. Unregulated levels of indoor humidity and heat can spoil food and promote the growth and spread of mold and mildew. Don’t delay emergency repairs — call Bryan's Heating and Air Conditioning any time of day or night. We will arrive promptly and work to repair any issue found in the system.
Bi-annual air conditioner maintenance prolongs the functional lifespan of the system and helps to avoid the likelihood of unforeseen breakdowns. During maintenance, our technicians will ensure that your A/C unit functions properly and will perform any necessary repairs if a problem is found. Scheduled maintenance is a sound way of catching any issue that may arise in a system early before it has time to severely impact other system components. If left unaddressed, even the smallest issue can affect other areas of your unit’s mechanism.