Phoenix Air Conditioning Most Common Repairs

Here at Chas Roberts, we’ve seen it all. From capacitor complications to piping predicaments, our Phoenix air conditioning contractors are no strangers to repairing, replacing, and, of course, maintaining.

Our professionals have helped homeowners across the state, so we know that pesky repair problems can occur more frequent than others. Here is the Chas Roberts list of our most common Phoenix air conditioning repairs:

  1. Fuse Repairs: Though just one small part of the whole system, your AC’s fuses have a large job to do. Along with your system’s circuit breakers, fuses work tirelessly to prevent an excessive load on the electrical supply circuit. But if those fuses begin to fail – either as a result of age, a loose connection, an electrical storm or a variety of other circumstances – your supply circuit could overload the entire system, which could cease operation immediately. Luckily, our Phoenix air conditioning contractors know exactly what to do to get your system up and running again in no time!
  2. Gas Valve Repairs: After a long, hot, Arizona summer, your heating system is most likely the last thing on your mind. But when summer turns to fall, and fall to winter, you could be reaching to turn on the heat – only to realize something isn’t right. The culprit? The gas valve. Typically the result of debris or moisture caught in the gas piping (which causes the value to stick in the on or off position), a gas valve failure can remain unnoticed through the summer and only cause you discomfort in the cooler months when the heat no longer turns on.
  3. Compressor Repair: While you may not know the intricate inner workings of your Phoenix air conditioning system, you’re most likely familiar with the compressor (identifiable by the car-engine-like sound it emits when in use). Designed to circulate refrigerant through the system as a whole, when the compressor begins to go, so does your comfort. And while a complete cessation of heat or air conditioning can certainly be inconvenient, luckily, early signs of compressor failure are easy to detect – and easy for our Phoenix air conditioning contractors to repair!

To learn more about our most common repairs, contact the Phoenix air conditioning service experts at Chas Roberts Air Conditioning & Plumbing. To schedule an appointment, visit or call (602) 943-3426 in Phoenix, (520) 618-1884 in Tucson or (505) 264-7257 in New Mexico.