M.E. Flow is the First Choice for Air Conditioning Repair in Northern Virginia
Summers in Northern Virginia are brutal without an optimally functioning air conditioner. That is why our certified and insured HVAC specialists always go above and beyond to make sure your air conditioner is ready to go the next time the temperatures start to rise.
Our technicians have the tools, training, and expertise required to repair problems of all sizes and complexities. Whether you have a broken fan belt, a frozen condensate coil, a malfunctioning motor, or rodent-damaged wires, we can quickly identify the problem and perform the necessary repairs. Even better, we can replace your AC system if necessary, provide annual maintenance to help it stay in good condition, and service your heat pump if you use that for cooling.
For over 70 years, our third-generation, family-owned business has enjoyed its status as the region’s leading air conditioning service provider. It would be our pleasure to make you our next satisfied client.
Frequently Asked Questions about Air Conditioning Repair
How Important Is Size When Choosing an Air Conditioner?
Choosing an appropriately sized air conditioner for your home, apartment, or business is crucial. If the unit is too large, it will cycle on and off rapidly and waste energy. If the unit is too small, it will struggle to keep the structure sufficiently cool. Both of these dynamics will result in higher energy bills and significant wear and tear on the system. The square footage of the area should be measured accurately before making a purchase, as this will ensure that the selected unit has adequate power for cooling without overworking itself. We are familiar with all major models and can help you make the right choice.
What Is Causing My Air Conditioner to Freeze Up?
Refrigerant leaks, faulty compressors, dust and dirt buildup, corroded evaporator coils, clogged condensate drains, and inadequate insulation around ducts can all cause an air conditioner to freeze up. Our experts can quickly diagnose the issue and get to work on a fix that will last.
How Do I Determine If There Is an Existing Warranty on My AC System?
The first thing you want to look for is the manufacturing date. This is usually located on a label affixed to the unit. In most cases, if the date is less than five years old, there is a chance the warranty still applies. However, this depends on whether you have adhered to maintenance and manufacturer guidelines.
What Should I Look for Before Calling for Service?
Always check the breakers, filters, and float switches. If you have a battery in your thermostat, you will also want to check this. If your air conditioner has started malfunctioning following a power surge or outage, try resetting your unit from the breaker. These are the most common culprits.
Do not put off repairs for a malfunctioning AC unit. Call (571) 350-3183 or contact us online today!
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