Greendale WI Heating and Air Conditioning

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Burkhardt Heating & Cooling has provided air conditioning, heating and indoor air quality services to the residents of Greendale, WI and the surrounding areas for decades. When you hire us, you get amazing workmanship and perfect installation. Find out why we've been serving customers for more than 55 years. We deliver optimum service at a great price and we show you the respect and professional courtesy you deserve.

We aim to satisfy every customer and to bring them great value while performing impeccable service. Read our reviews and find out why your neighbors consider us to be their nearby heating and air company in Greendale, WI. Call 414-355-5520 today.

How much does it cost to repair an HVAC leak?

A refrigerant leak might cost anywhere from $200 to $1,000 to repair. Leaks occur when the coils where the refrigerant is stored have holes or corrosion. For an air conditioner, the refrigerant is crucial. The air may not be effectively chilled if the level is too low. The leak must be repaired to prevent additional damage to the machine.

How often should an HVAC system be replaced?

The typical lifespan of an HVAC unit is between 10 and 20 years. There are many factors that can affect the working life of your HVAC system, including usage habits, prompt repairs when needed and how well the unit is maintained. A neglected system will need replacement a lot sooner than a well-maintained system.

Why does my heat work but not my AC in my house?

Before you hire a professional, you should verify a few things first.

  1. Check that your thermostat is set to "cool." If it's not, you're either running the heat or running the fan.
  2. Inadvertently, the indoor disconnect switch has been switched off. Before proceeding with any more troubleshooting, ensure that the disconnect switch is set to "on." This easy repair may be all you require.
  3. The outside disconnect switch has been turned off. Building rules require switches to be built near your air conditioner's interior and outside units. The outside one might have been turned off for a variety of reasons, and it's rather simple to check and reset if required.
  4. Examine your breaker box. Is one of the circuit breakers tripped? It may be the one that is linked to your HVAC system. Reset it and test the air conditioner again.

If you’ve done basica troubleshooting and still aren’t getting any cool air from your AC, have a professional HVAC technician run a diagnostic and make repair recommendations.

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