The hot desert summers of Bullhead City are no place for a broken air conditioner. Unfortunately, with highs, well above 100 degrees, many air conditioning units struggle and wear out every year. An AC failure can be a gradual decline, with the air getting less and less cool, or a sudden event where you lose AC altogether.
Most important of all: we don’t leave you waiting. We can generally show up and complete repairs the same day you call. Don’t go a day longer than you have to without AC. Call us at 928-263-8698 or fill out the form to the right and get your 5-star service call TODAY.
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Katherine - Bullhead City, AZ
They were here for an hour and a half to give an estimate, yet they charged for 2 hours. They also charged a $12 environmental fee. For what? This was an estimate. Very Expensive!
So very helpful and explained everything
Greiner - Bullhead City, AZ
Carrie - Bullhead City, AZ
Very good Ambient employee.
BECKER - Bullhead City, AZ
Jonathan Sandez does excellent work
Great service, fair price.
CABEEN - Bullhead City, AZ
Arrived on time, took care of business, cleaned up and did a small favor that was beyond his reason for being here.
DREA - Bullhead City, AZ
When shown where all items were, he handled everything & reported to me his findings. An outstanding employee.
very very good
MARTINEZ - Bullhead City, AZ
INDOOR FAN MOTOR
EVERETT - Bullhead City, AZ
I WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO LET YOU KNOW THAT DANIEL IS AN ASSET TO YOUR COMPANY. HE IS A HARD WORKER AND FROM WHAT I COULD TELL A PERFECTIONIST AT WHAT HE DOES. HE IS ALSO EXTREMELY POLITE WHICH IS VERY RARE TO FIND THESE DAYS. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK DANIEL. YOU HAVE A WINNER FOR YOUR COMPANY!!!!!
Representative was very thorough.
Stillman - Bullhead City, AZ
The representative explained everything he was going to have to do in detail. He was very personable. Pleased with appraisal.
AC Spring checkup
MCBEE - Bullhead City, AZ
Professional demeanor and efficient report. Arrived on time. Answered all of our questions.
Will install two customer supply toilets and haul off the old two toilets. Will also inspect the flange to make sure we are able to set new toilets. Arrived on site May ninth 2022 customer stated they wanted to customer supply toilets installed. I gave customer an estimate to install the two customer supplied toilet customer accepted. Removed both the older toilets and install two new customer supply toilets with new bolts new wax rings and new supply lines. Checked for leaks no leaks and customers happy.
Arrived on site and checked in with customer. Set both thermostats for cooling and proceeded onto lower roof to begin inspection. Found all 3 capacitors to be failed, and blower motor to be slightly over amping. Found other motors and connections to be in good condition. Found no issues with refrigerant levels or cleaning. Moved to upper roof to inspect second unit and found all components including capacitors, motors, contactor and connections to be in good condition. Found no issues with refrigerant levels or cleaning on this unit as well. Presented findings to customer regarding first unit, who stated that she is aware of its age and condition and intends to replace it once the upper rooftop unit is paid off. Customer elected to replace blower motor capacitor as that is the component in the worst condition. Performed this repair, which successfully lowered the amp draw of the blower motor, collected payment for services, and departed job site. Units both operational at the end of se
Arrived on site to inspect up stairs unit. Found unit unit freezing due dirty filter. Customer is remodeling right now and filters are plugging up quick recommend checking filter everyday also temp setting is to low thermostat is right by a window with direct sun light. Suggest setting temp a little higher during the day.
Arrived on site and met customer at door. Started at thermostat and set to cooling. Checked RTU and found no issues with caps or motor amps. Found the system to be older and running R-22 informed customer but at this time it is cooling and customer would like to keep it as it is. Pressures and air temperature did seem to look normal and cooling properly in the home. Upon departure system is operational.
Arrived on site to inspect two units that werenâ€™t cooling #9 and #6. Upon inspection found units froze up due to dirty air filters. All filters need to be replaced. Couple other units are also starting to freeze.
Arrived on site and met customer at door. Started at thermostat and set to cooling. Got to work on package unit and started at electrical compartment, got amps and checked for surge protectors. Moved on to pressures in compressor compartment and found pressures to be looking great and system to be operational. Turned unit off and checked blower whee evaporator and capacitors. No issues at this time in the system. System is operational upon departure
Arrived on site and checked in with customer. Called for cool at thermostat and began inspection at wall unit. Found dust built up on motor housing but no issues with operation. Connections, amps, and capacitor in good condition. Recorded good temperature split and proceeded outside. Checked refrigerant levels, amps, capacitors and contactor. Found compressor capacitor to have failed but no additional issues with outdoor unit. Brought findings to customer, as well as expressed age of unit and discussed replacement. Offered EAP to customer. Customer has declined all services at this time and has stated that home insurance will replace failed parts. Returned unit to desired settings and departed. Unit was operating at the end of the service call.
Will purchase six half-inch angle stops and 620 inch by half inch by three eights supply lines install and check for leaks. Arrived on site may ninth 2022 customer stated they had a few angle stops and supply lines that were kind of calcified up on my inspection I could see multiple angle stops weâ€™re not workingAnd customer had pecks compression supply lines. And customer had pecks compression supply lines built customer a few different options made the repair for one of the options and sold a job for a later time no leaks on any of the angle stops and supply lines and customers happy. On the second job I sold customer is requesting I come back.
Spring maintenance performed on Amana ground package unit. Checked electrical and mechanical components, tested motor capacitors and amperage, recorded refrigerant readings, and rinsed off condenser coil. Noticed indoor air filter was significantly dirty; recommended to customer to replace it when given the chance. Noticed unit did not have high pressure switch wired into the circuit; corrected this before continuing maintenance. Secured all compressor compartment wires with foam tape and zip ties as need to prevent rubbing on copper lineset. No other discrepancies noted and maintenance is completed.
Arrived on site and checked in with customer. Customer stated he was having an issue connecting Wi-Fi thermostat to new network. Assisted in resolving this issue. Proceeded into attic to check condition of indoor unit. Found, motor, capacitor, and all connections and found no issue. Checked and measured good temp split. Proceeded to outdoor unit where I found refrigerant levels and all electrical components to be in good condition. Cleaned outdoor coil and reset thermostat to desired conditions. Customer did not renew EAP but stated that he intends to do so over the phone. Unit was operating at the end of the service call.
24-Hour AC Repair in Bullhead City
You don’t get to choose when your AC breaks down—whether it’s in the middle of a busy workday or long after the sun has set. That’s why we offer fast AC repair service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Our 24-hour answering service. Call us any time, day or night, and you can speak to a live operator. You’ll get your questions answered and can be connected to our on-call team.
- 24/7 emergency service calls. AC companies shouldn’t keep banker’s hours. We can dispatch our experienced, friendly technical specialists at any hour—and get your AC running fast.
For us, our 24-hour service is just an extension of our philosophy toward helping our customers in general: we provide 5-star service, and that means being there when you need us.
Will my AC unit need to be replaced?
No, it should be able to be fixed. When an AC unit fails, even if it seems totally “dead,” it usually means that one component needs to be replaced. The tough part is really just diagnosing which component it is—something that our certified technicians can do fast. In most cases, we can replace the affected part—usually in the same visit—and get your AC working like new.
Depending on how old your unit is, and how extensive the repair will be, we will also look at your long-term costs. For example, if an older unit is in bad shape, it will likely need more repairs in the future. And if it’s also not very energy-efficient, you could end up saving a lot more money in the long term by simply replacing it. We’re happy to compare long-term and short-term costs and give you a recommendation on whether to repair or replace. If you choose to replace, we can help you get a cost-effective new unit and get it installed fast. All of the units we sell come with quality installation by experienced technicians.
In our opinion, this decision is always up to you as the homeowner. We don’t pressure customers to replace a unit that can still be fixed. Our only goal is to get you the best long-term solution possible—and the one that leaves you happy. We do that by giving you the options you need to make an informed decision.
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My AC isn’t as cold as it used to be. Do I need a repair?
This is one of the most frequent questions we get, especially in the middle of the summer when air conditioners have been operating at high levels for months. AC units, like everything else, can wear down over time. But in many cases, they don’t need a repair at all—just a little TLC.
If your AC is working but isn’t cold enough, there are a few things you can check yourself. In some cases you may be able to get it back to full capacity without a service call.
- Check the thermostat. If it needs new batteries, or it’s been accidentally turned to “vent,” that means you could solve your problem in minutes.
- Check the power. Air conditioners need a power supply to operate, and if a circuit got tripped, they may be cut off. Check your circuit breakers and reset any that have flipped to the “off” position. The AC may start up immediately.
- Check for obstructions. Go and visually inspect the outside unit of your central AC. Is it covered in dirt or dust? Have any plants grown up around it? Is there any trash stuck to it? Remove any obstructions you see or gently brush (or hose) dirt off the outside housing of the unit. This can improve airflow to the unit itself and improve its efficiency.
If none of these are the problem, you probably need a professional to take a look. The problem could be dirt on the inside components, or it could be a problem with the compressor—or another component. Any of these can cause AC to gradually decline in efficiency, using more power and producing air that just isn’t cold enough. They are all things that a professional can fix quickly.
In many cases, the problem is simple lack of maintenance. AC units in Bullhead City should get a tune-up twice a year, and air filters should be changed monthly in most cases. But it’s easy to forget maintenance—or just not have the time for it. The result is AC that struggles to do its job and needs a little attention from a professional.
We offer up-front, flat rate estimates and a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee on all of our work—including repairs, emergency calls and simple tune-ups.
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Even one summer day without AC can be rough. Don’t let your AC problem go unchecked. Ambient Edge sends out talented, friendly professionals and gets the job done right—and on time. Call us at 928-263-8698 or fill out the form to your right and speak with one of our service experts today.