Should I have my air conditioning checked before summer?
If you drive a car during the hot summer months in Twin Falls, you know how important your auto air conditioning system is to your comfort. What you may not be aware of is how your air conditioning and heating systems work together during the winter months. Air conditioning systems work to reduce moisture in the air when operating in the defrost mode. This means they help keep the windows clear so you can see to safely operate your car in cold temperatures.
Driving a car or truck in Magic Valley or any where around Twin Falls County for work or recreation is very hard on air conditioning systems. All the bumps and extreme temperatures can cause Freon leaks.
These problems with auto air conditioning systems are usually caused by leaks from hose seals. Air conditioning and heating repair by our technicians can pinpoint those problems causing leaks and fix them. Then the system is refilled so you are sure to be cool in the summer, warm in the winter, and safe all year round.
Will air conditioning system checks reduce auto repair bills?
Failure to have annual or semi-annual air conditioning system inspections can lead to low Freon conditions. Freon carries the oil through the system to lubricate the compressor. Letting the system run too long can cause catastrophic failures that cost between $1000 and $2000 to repair.
Here at Palmer’s Automotive Repair our ASE Certified technicians are trained to quickly find problems when performing air conditioning service. With over 28 years of experience, we work on your car so your car keeps working for you.
Call to schedule an appointment or stop by when your vehicle begins to act up. Let us find the problem and fix it before you have to deal with an inconvenient breakdown.
Benefits of Palmer’s Automotive Repair service:
- Napa Certified Auto Repair
- Napa Auto Care Center
- Master ASE Certified Technician
- 24 month / 24,000 Mile National Warranty
- Conveniently Located in Central Twin Falls
- Shuttle Service Available
- Accepted by Most Extended Warranty Providers