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Q & A

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

Why is my air conditioner leaking water?

An air conditioner leaking inside the house is a common problem. It could indicate that the air filter is dirty. Or, one of the following may be the culprit:

  • Clogged condensate drain line
  • Leaky, damaged, cracked or rusted drain pan
  • Dirty or broken coils
  • Frozen evaporator coils
  • Broken condensate pump
  • Not enough refrigerant
  • Disconnected drain line

If your AC is leaking, contact a repair service to find out what the problem is — and how much it will cost to fix it.

Is it worth it to install central air?

Depending on where you live, it might be worth it to install central air. Central air makes your house comfortable on hot summer days. And although it’s hard to predict if adding central air will increase your home’s value, prospective homebuyers will certainly notice if it’s missing.

Another advantage of central air is that it can help dehumidify your home. Not only will it make your home more comfortable and enjoyable, but it can also  help prevent mold from growing or spreading.

Contact the best HVAC contractors near you to learn more about the central air installation process and to start receiving free estimates.

Can I install central air myself?

While you may be able to do some preparation work for central air installation, you should hire a licensed contractor to complete the project and handle the air conditioning refrigerants. 

Also, unless you have the proper credentials, you risk making common mistakes when installing central air. This may include installing the wrong-size furnace, improperly installing ductwork and exhaust systems, and incorrectly managing drainage.

To ensure your central air is installed correctly, contact the best HVAC pros near you and start getting free estimates today.

Does central air add value to a home?

A central air unit or HVAC system may add value to your home. Or, if you’re in the process of selling your home, it may help you close a sale.

The Remodeling Impact report found that 20% of realtors have suggested that home sellers replace their HVAC before attempting to sell their homes, and 7% said this project did help close a sale. 

Talk with an expert to figure out if adding an HVAC system is a good idea for your home. And contact the best HVAC pros near you to get free estimates so you’ll know how much this project will cost you.

Does an HVAC technician need to enter my home?

Because most HVAC systems are located in the home, it’s likely that an HVAC technician would need to enter yours when working on the projects. However, there might be exceptions. Some HVAC systems are located in garages or in areas of the house that are sectioned off. During the consultation, ask your technician if they'll need to enter your home.

When you contact local technicians, ask if they’ll perform a video call in place of a traditional consultation. Be sure to send all materials like photos and documents digitally, and comply with all relevant guidelines.

Do HVAC technicians offer remote or virtual services?

Because HVAC technicians need to be physically present to do their work, they have not conventionally offered remote or virtual services. However, with the importance of social distancing due to COVID-19, the need for remote capabilities is greater than ever. If you come across a profile that states the HVAC technician or AC professional is offering remote services, message the pro to find out what those services include.

Consult with your technician to see if the technician will be able to perform a video call consultation. You can find local technicians near you by searching online.

What’s the best way to set up a consultation or an appointment with a HVAC technician during the COVID-19 pandemic?

To set up a safe consultation or appointment with an HVAC technician during the COVID-19 pandemic, start by comparing technicians in your area in an online search. Message or call technicians to ask whether they can perform a consultation over the phone or even over a video call. This way, they can assess the problem without increasing the risk of virus transmission by visiting your house. 

If it turns out the service is essential, you’ll need to follow CDC guidelines as well as local government guidelines to ensure everyone’s safety.

Can I use digital payments to pay for central air conditioning services?

The use of digital payment platforms -- like Google Pay, PayPal, Zelle, Venmo and Square Cash -- is common among air conditioning technicians. Currently, the COVID-19 pandemic is improving the adoption of these platforms as a means of helping social distancing.

As you compare local air conditioning technicians online, contact them to see if they’ll accept digital payments. Also, discuss strategies for completing the job while complying with safety guidelines for reducing the risk of exposure.

How can I find out if an HVAC technician is considered an essential COVID-19 service provider?

Currently, governments on both the federal and local levels are updating guidelines on what qualifies as an essential service. To see whether an HVAC technician is considered an essential service during the COVID-19 pandemic, check your city or state’s government website. 

For federal guidelines, check CISA’s Identifying Critical Infrastructure During COVID-19 page, which identifies 16 critical infrastructure sectors during the crisis. But note that not all jurisdictions follow CISA’s definitions of critical infrastructure.

Are there ways to be safe if I hire an HVAC technician when social distancing?

If you decide to hire a technician for an HVAC repair or installation project, practice current social distancing guidelines. This may require remaining outside while the technician works or ensuring the technician can work in a sectioned-off area or outbuilding.

Comply with social distancing guidelines while the technician is performing work. Do not make physical contact with technicians, maintain at least 6 feet of distance between you at all times, sanitize all involved spaces and surface and pay using a digital platform instead of cash or a check.

Reviews for Oklahoma City hvac professionals
Sherry c.
Matt responded to my request very fast, and scheduled work very fast. Within two days, we have a new ac in the house. He also redone the duct work for a reasonable price. I have tried many hvac people in the past (both big and small companies), and this is the best so far.
Clark Heating & CoolingClark Heating & Cooling
Darren d.
Absolutely horrible they installed a new HVAC unit that stopped working a month later. Tried to get them to come check it out because they claim to have a labor and parts warranty but now will not answer or return my calls. Please save yourself some hassle and money and use another company. A very dishonest company.
Clark Heating & CoolingClark Heating & Cooling
Leslie L.
Could not be better. As a retired general contractor, we have hired lots of tradesmen. Phillip rates at the top. I intend to recommend him to my friends and family. He replaced our R22 HVAC system with a new 410A system (inside and out) in less than 1 day, including cleaning up and hauling off old units. Very professional, highly recommended.
Phillip DavidsonPhillip Davidson
Gawu W.
Hamid at Edmond to Norman Heat and air responded to my project timely. As soon as he reviewed the issue on site, he knew what to do. Despite the challenge of getting the required part, he outsourced and assigned project to Omar at Baha Mechanical. They came and installed the evaporator coil satisfactorily, provided professional advice, were very cautious and polite. I will contact them in all my HVAC needs and highly recommend Edmond to Norman heat and air services.
Edmond to Norman heat and airEdmond to Norman heat and air
Thumbtack Customer
Phillip bid for full replacement of our HVAC 2.5 ton unit Heat, air and duct work. He stayed in communication throughout the entire project that took two and half days. He did the work professionally and to a high standard. I appreciated his estimate format sending me the invoice from his suppliers so I knew what I was getting. He had no problem signing my contractor agreement and other documents to protect and solidify our agreement. I will be recommending Phillip to other redevelopers.
Phillip DavidsonPhillip Davidson
Teresa M.
In less than a year, we have had 2 heat and air, and a plumber out and none of them found a problem or reason for the drip pan on our HVAC unit filling up and overflowing. Kyle came out and found an issue and fixed it. Chris (the owner?) contacted me to check on the status of the “fix”and left the ticket open until I called him a couple of days later to let him know everything still seems 100%! I was expecting a bill for close to $300, but nope... not even close. This by far has been the best and most positive experience I’ve had since purchasing our home. If I ever have issues again, I will definitely use TradePros. Thank you Kyle, Chris and Caleb!!!!
TradePros Heat and AirTradePros Heat and Air
Greg M.
Chris diagnosed the problem with my 20-year-old A/C condenser for a very small service call fee and recommended replacement since there was a leak in the aluminum coil on the condenser and it would have cost about the same to repair or replace. I got a few other quotes from other HVAC techs and decided to go with Chris since he quoted the lowest price and answered all my technical questions very well. Chris installed the necessary conversion equipment to avoid replacement of the evaporator coil, which was quite a difficult job since it wasn't very cooperative. The system was tested and refrigerant adjusted to provide the expected level of cooling. There was a minor issue on the condenser that was installed by Chris's helper and that issue was addressed and the system calibrated once more before they left. Overall, the job took a few hours longer than expected, but I'm confident the work was done correctly and the job looks professional. The system took probably about a week during the hottest time of the year to reach its peak cooling potential and it has operated trouble free and saved me about $30/mo on my cooling bills since then (I went from a 12 SEER to a 14 SEER). Thanks for the great service and excellent price, Chris! Note: This job was performed in mid-June 2018. This review is being submitted 6 months after the job was performed.
Comfort Care Heating and Air LLCComfort Care Heating and Air LLC
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