Car Heating & A/C

Your car’s air conditioning (A/C) system is divided into two sides, known as the high side and the low side. The compressor, beginning at the high side, functions like a pump, moving refrigerant through the system. The expansion valve, which begins at the low side, restricts refrigerant flow, lowering the pressure and the temperature of the refrigerant.

Don’t Suffer
Car AC systems have components that require love and attention to avoid drying out and cracking. The car heater also needs regular check-ups to make sure there are no leaky valves or blockages. Get your car serviced to keep yourself comfortable at any temperature.

Car Heating & A/C FAQs

Q: My car has been sitting out in the cold, and now the heat won’t work. What could be the issue?
A: Because most cars house the A/C and heating elements under the dash, it’s difficult to diagnose the problem without seeing your vehicle. Stop by at your earliest convenience, and we’ll figure out the problem.
Q: Every time I turn on my car AC it makes a weird noise but works great! Where is the noise coming from?
A: It could be a minor engine noise or hose you’re hearing, but it could also be a symptom of problems with your compressor. This is the heart of the system, so have it checked if you hear anything unusual.
Q: My car’s air conditioner doesn’t blow cold air. How can I fix that?
A: Your refrigerant may be low, either because you need a refill or because you have a leak in your AC system.
Q: The air coming thru the vents smells awful. What could be the causes of this?
A: Weird smells from your car’s vents are likely caused by a bacteria buildup in the evaporator. We have the proper tools to clean this out for you quickly.