Air Conditioning Repairs in Durham, NC

Keeping your air conditioning running at peak efficiency can often involve air conditioning repairs at your Durham, NC, home. When you need air conditioning repairs you need to call Bolton Construction and Services. Our experienced team of air conditioning technicians will make sure that any AC repairs that you might need will be done fast and efficiently. Air conditioning repairs could be minor, such as bending back some cooling fins so they perform optimally, or it could be a bit more of a major problem, such as the compressor not wanting to work properly. Contact us today to get your air conditioning repairs handled quickly.

AC Repair in Durham

So how can you know if you need AC repair at your home? There are a few signs that you can be on the lookout for, and if you experience any of these, you should call us right away so we can get the situation diagnosed and perform any needed AC repairs. If you find that your air conditioning is cycling frequently, turning on and off very rapidly which is out of character of how it normally operates, this could indicate a need for repairs. The same is true if you aren’t feeling cool air coming through your vents.

Bad odors coming through your vents or unusual noises when your air conditioner is operating are other indicative signs that you may need AC repairs. Anything that seems out of the ordinary for the operation of your air conditioning unit should result in a call to Bolton Construction and Service.

Residential Air Conditioning Service in Durham, NC

We have been able to establish ourselves as the leading residential air conditioning service in Durham because we maintain an extraordinary customer satisfaction rate. When we serve a client once, we inevitably become their air conditioner contractors for life, and they say good things about us to their family members, friends, and associates. If you think you need AC repairs, contact Bolton Construction and Service right away for fast, friendly service.

In the 1910s and 1920s, the few towns and cities in North Carolina that had electricity depended on local “powerhouses”. Duke Power quickly took over the electricity franchises in these towns and then electrified all the other towns of central and western North Carolina, making even more money than they ever made from tobacco. Duke Power also had a significant business in local franchises for public transit (buses and trolleys) before the local government took over this responsibility in the mid-to-late 20th century. Duke Power ran Durham’s public bus system (now the Durham Area Transit Authority) until 1991.

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