Thank you, Michael Thompson.

My air conditioner died last night and it was HOT…Brown’s sent over Phillip the next day who had me all set in an hour…thank you guys”

Thank You, Rie Crisp.

“Fast, friendly service. Prices are very reasonable.”

Thank You , Rodney Mann.

“Phillip Croup was very professional, informative, and personable.”

Thank You, Phyllis Eix.

“Very personal and polite!”

Thank You, Sharon Adams

“Very fast service! Phillip is very knowledgeable and friendly. We love cold air!!”

Thank You, Glen Forson!

We’ve been using Brown’s for at least 7 years for our AC, Heating service and Maintenance. Phillip has been our primary contact person. He has been timely, proficient, efficient and professional on every visit. Thanks to your staff for all you do!

Thank You, David Chiodo

Good morning, Brown’s Arctic Air

I was encouraged to say some words about the service that Phillip Croup provided me yesterday, and other years when he has helped in the installation of my two systems and provided maintenance to them.

Yesterday was one of those rare occasions when one of your systems “goes down”. In reality, it did not break, it shut itself off to prevent a major water flooding inside of my house. The drain system had plugged up causing the system to automatically shut itself down. YEAH!

I had forgotten that he had instructed me on that safety feature a few years ago when he helped install the unit. So, now I know, and hopefully I will not forget about that in the next few years. ….(forget?, forget what??).

As for the service call, he had one system to “repair”, and both systems for annual maintenance. I was happy that he was on time – almost to the second, and that he had called ahead letting me know he was coming. However, I knew that he would call, and that he would be here as close to the scheduled time as possible. This I knew from previous years experiences with him.

I like Phillip’s attitude, his appearance, and the way he conducts himself while in my house. He presents himself as being trustworthy, which allows me to feel comfortable about him being in my house when I have to be elsewhere.

His work was thorough and clean. Even in this muddy weather, he, somehow, did not leave any muddy footprints anywhere in my house, nor did he leave any unclean spots on any of my systems, or furniture, or door frames, or anywhere else.  

He knew what tools were needed for each part of his work, so he did not have to bring in a ton of extra tools and have to “drape” them over my floors or furniture.

I like his work – you can tell that he enjoys the work he does. And, I like Brown’s Arctic Air as a company. I highly recommend them, and Phillip, to anyone who is wondering ‘who to call’.

David Chiodo

Thank You, Dottie Conklin

Why Is Water Leaking From My Air Conditioner? Four Common Reasons

It’s the middle of summer, and your air conditioner is running constantly to keep you cool. But then one day, you notice water leaking from the unit. Why is your AC unit leaking water? And what do you do? Water leaks from air conditioners can cause a lot of damage, so it’s important to address the issue as soon as possible. In this post, we will discuss four common reasons why water may be leaking from your air conditioner. We will also provide tips on how to fix the problem!

#1: A Clog in the Drain Line

One common reason for water leaks is a clogged drain line. The drain line carries water away from the unit, and if it becomes clogged, water will back up and leak out. You can clean your own drain line using a wet/dry vacuum or a plumber’s snake. However, if the problem persists, you may need to replace the entire drain line. Basic maintenance improves efficiency.

#2: A Crack in the Evaporator Coil

Another common cause of water leaks is a cracked evaporator coil. The evaporator coil is responsible for absorbing heat, and if it becomes damaged, it can cause water to leak out. You will need to replace the entire coil if it is damaged.

#3: Space Is Too Small

Another possible reason for water leaks is that the air conditioner is not properly sized for the space. If the unit is too small, it will constantly run and produce a lot of condensation. This can lead to water leaks. To fix this problem, you will need to purchase a larger air conditioner.

#4: Faulty Installation

Finally, if your air conditioner is leaking water, it could be because of a faulty installation. Make sure that your unit has been installed properly by a qualified technician. This will help to prevent water leaks.

What to Do if Your AC Unit Is Leaking Water

If you notice water leaking from your air conditioner, it’s important to take action immediately. Water leaks from air conditioners can cause serious damage, so it’s important to address the issue as soon as possible. If you aren’t sure what the issue is or aren’t willing to risk DIY solutions, contact Brown’s Arctic Air 352-728-4990

What Causes AC Compressor Failure? 3 Main Sources

When your AC compressor starts to fail, it can be a huge inconvenience. Not only is the weather getting hotter and hotter each day, but now you have to find time to get it fixed. What’s even worse is that you may not know what’s causing the compressor to fail in the first place! By understanding these causes, you can take steps to prevent them from happening in the future. Stay cool this summer; keep reading!

What Is the Compressor?

The compressor is the heart of the air conditioning system. It pumps refrigerant through the system and is responsible for cooling the air in your home. When the compressor fails, it can cause the entire system to fail.

3 Main Reasons for AC Compressor Failure

There are many different reasons why a compressor may fail, but some of the most common causes include:

  1. Dirty coils: The coils on the compressor can become dirty over time. This dirt can build up and prevent proper airflow, causing the compressor to overheat and eventually fail.
  2. Leaks: If there are any leaks in the system, it can cause the refrigerant to escape. This will eventually lead to compressor failure.
  3. Electrical issues: Electrical problems are one of the most common causes of compressor failure. If the compressor isn’t getting enough power, it can overheat and eventually fail.

These are just some of the most common causes of AC compressor failure. By understanding these causes, you can take steps to prevent them from happening in the future. Stay cool this summer – keep reading!

What are some ways to prevent compressor failure?

There are a few different things you can do to prevent your compressor from failing:

  • Keep the coils clean: Make sure to regularly clean the coils on your compressor. This will help ensure proper airflow and prevent overheating. Maintenance is Key!
  • Check for leaks: Inspect your system for any leaks on a regular basis. If you find a leak, make sure to repair it immediately.
  • Electrical issues: Make sure your compressor is getting enough power. If you’re having electrical problems, contact a qualified electrician to help resolve the issue.

By following these preventative measures, you can help ensure that your compressor doesn’t fail this summer. But if it does, contact Brown’s Arctic Air at 352-728-4990. Stay cool and comfortable all season long!

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