Air Handler Repair
Need Your Air Handler Repaired?
We’ll get you comfortable again, in no time!
- Any type of air handler, any repair needed
- We’re experts with old air handlers
- And we still FIX ‘em!
How can we help you?
1. This is an emergency. I need help right away!
Not a problem. Just call us at (810) 214-4027 for emergency repair.
2. I’d like to schedule a non-emergency repair.
Sure thing! Click the button below to book your appointment, and we’ll take care of you.
When you need help, Mrs. Michael wants to be your guy!
We promise to:
- Arrive on time. If we miss our narrow appointment window for ANY reason, then your repair will be FREE
- Diagnose your issue and conduct a thorough investigation of your entire system
- Identify the problem and show it to you
- Present you with ALL your options (and cost of each) that can solve your problem
- Let you choose the best option for you, your family and your budget
- Fix the problem according to your preference
- You pay only the price you agreed to up front
See all of our Guarantees here
We also offer air handler maintenance that keeps your whole system in perfect working condition, and greatly extends its lifespan. Check out our Mrs. Michael Cares Club for details!
Common Air Handler Problems
Your air handler is responsible for circulating conditioned air through your home. Here are some common air handler problems that can impact the performance of your HVAC system:
- Dirty air filter: A clogged or dirty air filter reduces airflow, causing the air handler to work harder than necessary, resulting in higher energy bills and poor indoor air quality.
- Faulty fan motor: The fan motor is responsible for moving air through the HVAC system. If it becomes faulty, it can cause poor airflow, reduced efficiency, and even complete system failure.
- Broken belts: The air handler has belts that connect the motor to the fan. If these belts break, the fan won’t be able to operate properly.
- Leaky ductwork: If the ductwork is leaking, the air handler will have to work harder to circulate air, which can reduce efficiency and increase energy costs.
- Frozen coils: If the coils in the air handler freeze, the unit will not be able to cool or heat the air, reducing efficiency and causing the system to work harder than necessary.
- Dirty coils: If the coils are dirty, it can reduce airflow and cause the system to work harder than necessary.
- Incorrectly sized air handler: If the air handler is too small for the HVAC system, it will have to work harder to circulate air, reducing efficiency and increasing energy costs.