Serving Upper Arlington, Ohio since 1950
Sears Heating & Cooling is proud to be the dependable name in Upper Arlington, Ohio for everything heating and cooling related. We provide HVAC repair as well as installation services. Find out why we’ve been held in such high esteem since we were founded in 1950 from our Upper Arlington, Ohio customer reviews below.
The average household pays between $166 and $597 for AC repair. Prices for this project vary considerably depending on the issue, part, project complexity and business. The average AC repair cost is about $360. Air conditioning repair is not something that you should DIY. Always call a reputable HVAC company, like Sears Heating & Cooling, to fix your AC.
Installing air conditioning costs between $3,350 and $5,912, with most homes spending an average of $4,631. This is a typical cost for putting a new air conditioning unit in your forced air furnace. Other alternatives include single window units or portable units ranging in price from $234 to $700, as well as ductless mini-splits ranging in price from $3,000 to $10,000. The ultimate cost is determined by the kind of unit, the amount of ducting necessary and the inspection and installation fees charged by the expert. Replacing old ducting costs an additional $1,400 to $5,600. Installing fresh new ducting costs an additional $2,400 to $6,600. Always be sure to choose a trusted local expert, like Sears Heating & Cooling, for your AC replacement job.
If your air conditioner is running but not cooling your Upper Arlington home, one possible cause is a clogged or obstructed condenser coil. When working properly, the condenser fan pulls air into the outside unit via the condenser coil, extracting heat energy from your home. Dirt, grass and other flying debris can build up between the fins and jam the coil. A dirty coil might result in decreased energy efficiency. You can try to clean the coil by removing dirt, carefully vacuuming it with a brush attachment or gently washing it with a hose. If your system is still not cooling, it's time to call a professional.
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Eric - Upper Arlington, OH
We recently moved back into the area and when it comes to anything related to HVAC our choice was simple! Sears Heating and Cooling! Professional, thorough, and made appropriate recommendations given the age of our furnace. Simple transaction and confident going into the Winter.
Michelle - Upper Arlington, OH
Josh was great! Super knowledgeable and friendly. Will be using Sears again in the future for sure
Diagnosed faulty condenser fan motor
Performed air conditioner maintenance on Carrier unit
Technician returned to complete repair. Performed repair and cycled unit multiple times. 55 degree delta t. 0 co in supply. Cycled unit with jumper at control board. Unit cycled on and off properly. Cycled unit multiple times through thermostat to ensure proper operation. Unit cycled each time properly without fault or concern. No further concerns at this time.
Upon arrival system was showing code 3 for pressure switch issue, technician preformed diagnostic steps to find board not properly distributing voltage to turn on combustion exhaust system customer wanted to open up a supply house after hours however found no answer at any supply houses. Will call back tomorrow with pricing and availability.
Replaced Trane furnace main limit
Diagnosed faulty high limit switch.
Customer mentioned new system having issues. Doesn’t want to come on when calling from thermostat at times. I found venting drooping in a long run and holding water causing a code 32 for pressure sensors not closing or reopening. I drained water from pipe and put in more strap to obtain a better drop to allow water to flow into furnace. Gasket connection between flue and inducer was leaking. Corrected and set in place and tighten all clamps. No longer leaking water. Changed water panel 12 for humidifier. When testing found small pinhole leak in feeder tube and leaking water onto the floor. Went over on page sh3. Chose sh3a. Replaced feeder tube system and adjusted water pressure and tested. All okay at this time. Completed mechanical, safety, and performance test on furnace. All okay at this time.
Serviced flame sensor and circuit board replaced.
Thermostat is low located in bedroom directly next to bathroom with heated floors. Discussed with customer and agreed on moving to hallway near living room. Unable to use current thermostat and equipment module as it requires a three wire configuration to communicate. Went over options on page hh28 to install red link module and vision pro 8000 full wireless thermostat. Chose to go with hh28c. Completed repairs and cycled furnace. Completed performance testing. Combustion analysis good. All okay at this time.
Performed air conditioner maintenance on Bryant units
Performing maintenance on two 2014 comfortmaker air conditioners.