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Memphis Emergency HVAC Services

Available 24/7 to Fix Your Air Conditioner or Heater

At AirMasters Air Conditioning & Heating, we understand that an HVAC issue is not something that can wait for a convenient time. If your air conditioner breaks down in the middle of a Memphis summer or your heater fails in the middle of a cold winter night, you need help fast.

That is why our team is available 24/7 for emergency HVAC services in Memphis and the surrounding areas. We are committed to providing you with the same high-quality service you would receive during regular business hours in a timely manner.

If you need emergency air conditioning or heating repair in Memphis or the surrounding areas, call (901) 295-4434!

What Is a True HVAC Emergency?

It is important to know when you are dealing with a true HVAC emergency. Some issues can wait until normal business hours, while others require immediate attention. If you are unsure if your situation is an emergency, we recommend calling for emergency HVAC repair in Memphis. Our team can help you determine if you need immediate service.

Some of the most common HVAC emergencies include:

  • Complete Air Conditioner Breakdown: While a minor air conditioner malfunction may not be an emergency, a complete system breakdown is. This is especially true if the temperatures outside are high and your home is becoming dangerously hot.
  • Gas Leaks: If you smell gas in your home, it is important to get out of the house and call for help. Once you are safely outside, call your local gas company to shut off your gas and call us for emergency HVAC services in Memphis.
  • Strange Smells: If you smell something burning or a smell you do not recognize, it is important to turn off your HVAC system and call for help. This could be a sign that there is an electrical issue or that something is overheating.
  • Loud Noises: While it is normal for your HVAC system to make some noise, it should not be loud or sound like it is banging, grinding, or screeching. These are signs that something is broken and needs to be repaired.
  • Carbon Monoxide Leaks: Carbon monoxide is a colorless and odorless gas that can be deadly. It is important to have carbon monoxide detectors in your home and to have a professional inspect your HVAC system regularly to ensure that it is not leaking carbon monoxide.
  • Complete Heater Breakdown: Just like an air conditioner breakdown, a complete heater breakdown is an emergency, especially if the temperatures outside are low.

Why Choose AirMasters Air Conditioning & Heating?

When you need emergency HVAC services in Memphis, you should choose AirMasters Air Conditioning & Heating because we:

  • Have been serving the area since 2001
  • Are a family-owned business
  • Are fully licensed and insured
  • Are a Trane Comfort Specialist
  • Are a member of the Air Conditioning Contractors of America

How to Avoid HVAC Emergencies

While not all HVAC emergencies can be avoided, there are some things you can do to reduce your risk of a breakdown.

Some of the best ways to avoid HVAC emergencies include:

  • Change your filters regularly: A dirty filter can cause your HVAC system to work harder than it needs to, which can increase your risk of a breakdown. Changing your filters regularly can help you avoid unnecessary breakdowns and extend the lifespan of your system.
  • Schedule annual maintenance: One of the best ways to avoid an HVAC emergency is to have your system inspected and maintained by a professional at least once a year. During a maintenance visit, a professional will clean and inspect your system, look for any signs of a problem, and make any necessary repairs.
  • Pay attention to your system: Your HVAC system will often give you signs that it is struggling before it breaks down. Pay attention to how well your system is keeping your home comfortable and if it is making any strange noises or smells. If you notice anything out of the ordinary, you should schedule a repair.
  • Know how old your system is: Most air conditioners last between 10 and 15 years, while most heaters last between 15 and 20 years. If your system is getting close to the end of its lifespan, you should consider replacing it. This can help you avoid an emergency breakdown and reduce your energy bills.

Schedule Emergency HVAC Service in Memphis

At AirMasters Air Conditioning & Heating, we are dedicated to providing you with the highest level of service possible. We understand that an HVAC emergency is stressful, which is why our team will work quickly to get your system back up and running. We will also keep you updated throughout the process and answer any questions you have.

If you need emergency HVAC services in Memphis or the surrounding areas, call (901) 295-4434 or reach us online! We also offer financing options.

Why Choose AirMasters Air Conditioning & Heating?

  • Satisfaction Guaranteed
    We always stand by our quality work and we won't be satisfied until you are!
  • On-Time Service or It's FREE
    Our AirMasters are committed to punctual service and promise to be on-time or your service is free.
  • Emergency Services
    We are available for 24/7 emergency services, at the same honest price, and without additional fees.

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    “Really a Good Company to Do Business With.”
    “Great service and the tech was very nice and knowledgeable. Really a good company to do business with.”
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    “Ryan, as always, did a very thorough job and completely explained everything he did.”
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