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.
for Bullhead City, AZ
Sequeira - Bullhead City, AZ
pleased with service polite and did a great job would use you again, cleaned up nice Thank you so much Larry & Dorothy Sequeira
Great guys to work with👍
Green - Bullhead City, AZ
Would highly recommend this plumbing company.
Jacobsen - Bullhead City, AZ
Courteous, on time and efficient
Garcia - Bullhead City, AZ
Courteous, efficient and friendly service
Jacobsen - Bullhead City, AZ
on time very efficent
VLAHOS - Bullhead City, AZ
HOWELL - Bullhead City, AZ
Friendly, throughly explains service.
Brian was great very professional
GUITRON - Bullhead City, AZ
BRITTON - Bullhead City, AZ
Shawn was prompt (actually a little early), courteous, efficient, professional, knowledgeable, informative, caring, and friendly. We will ask for him for any future services without hesitation.
EXPENSIVE!! $1300-$1500 INSTALL ONLY!!!
CARLA - Bullhead City, AZ
$1300-1500 just for the install of a 50 gal hot water heater I purchased at Home Depot. To be clear $1500 was ONLY FOR THE INSTALL!!!! So glad I asked for the price before he drove from Lake Havasu!
Found capacitor for condenser fan motor and compressor damaged not allowing components to run replace capacitor system up and running. Did let customer know system is past life expectancy age. Customer is will think about replacement just not today .
Arrived on site to replace lower heating element on Rheem 50 gal Electric water heater removed existing faulty element installed new element water heater is still fluctuating and kicking off not heating properly. I am waiting around adjusted temp higher and temperature is rising
Gave estimate to install Customer supplied Softner , add two hose bibs, rebuild P-trap under sink and connect dishwasher
Arrived on site for sink faucet not moving to the left upon installation I over tightened the securing mount loosened a bit now it is functioning properly customer satisfied.
Performed maintenance and inspection on air conditioning. Checked all electrical components and connections and tested motors. Recorded amp draws and air temperatures and refrigerant pressures. Informed customer of corr3ct filter size. Recommended oil additive and start kit
Removal of existing RO filters and changing them with new arrived on site for RO not getting pressure customer had filter to replace went ahead and changed the filters and upon doing so a Polly push fit elbow started leaking went and replaced that as well. No leaks all approved work complete customer satisfied.
Found indoor fan motor not turning, capacitor failed. Replaced capacitor and tested system operation. Everything working normally at this time. Recommended maintenance program, customer declined.
Performed maintenance and inspection on heat pump. Checked all electrical components and connections and tested motors. Recorded amp draws and air temperatures and refrigerant pressures. Noted bearings on condenser fan motor worn. Noted system is 10 yrs old and using R22. Quoted to replace motor and repair wiring, but recommended replacement due to age and refrigerant being obsolete. Customer declined repairs and estimate at this time
Unit not cooling or heating. Went on the roof to unit can remove panels. Checked capacitor for CFM anchor dresser found bad. Checked electrical connections found contactor painted brown. Check cleanliness of unit found pigeon Haigs and pigeon debris inside unit. On backside of eve app coil it is completely crusted over and airflow cannot get through. Checked amp drawâ€˜s and pressures. Due to the lack of airflow on eve app for my pressures are super off. We will need to chemically clean eve app coil. CFM is over emptying and leaking oil from seal motor will need to be replaced. Found thermostat wire to be frayed and weathered that will need to be replaceDue to age and condition of system it is an R 22 system I recommend replacement or upgrade. The tenant said that she would pay for the coil cleaning to get the unit running at this time wanted to schedule for Monday. The tenant said that she would pay for the coil cleaning to get the unit running at this time wanted to schedule
Beer cave, upon inspection found fuse to condenser had blown due to evaporator fan motor wiring getting caught in fan blade repaired wiring and secured so it would not happen again install new fuse. Also found unit flat on charge due to crack cap tube on low pressure control. Replaced cap tube pressure tested and evacuated. Recharged with r404. Service warranty leak repair this condenser was just installed by us 7/31/20. Per Ryan
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.
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.
Talk to a Bullhead City Air Conditioning Repair Specialist
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.