AC Broken? We Can Repair It.

Unfortunately, heating and cooling equipment tends to break down under temperature-related stress. Our certified technicians are trained to diagnose and repair virtually every type of HVAC product, including heat pumps, air conditioners, furnaces package units and much more. We honor valid warranties from every recognized American manufacturer and provide same day service for emergency situations.

Have you noticed that the air in your home isn’t reaching the desired temperature or comfort level? Have you seen a spike in your energy bills?

Are there watermarks on your ceiling? Visible leaks around your outdoor unit? Has your AC system completely stopped working? If you notice any of these signs, it’s in your best interest to contact Newmark Air Conditioning to fix the issue before it causes more problems for you, your AC system, and your home. Over 50 Years in the Residential Service Business

  • Our company was founded in 1979
  • Expertly Trained Professional Technicians
  • Servicing virtually any make or model
  • Best AC System Warranty
  • 10 years on parts and labor

If your air conditioning is not working correctly, we’ll come to your home and diagnose the problem quickly. If a repair is the best option for you, we’ll make sure it is done quickly and correctly. Newmark Air Conditioning makes sure that their vehicles are well-stocked, so many repair jobs can be accomplished on the same visit as the estimate!

We’re Ready to Solve Your AC Problems Immediately

When the heat is scorching outside, your air conditioner has to work hard to make sure the inside of your home stays cool. Newmark Air Conditioning has the experienced professionals your air conditioner needs to run again! We are ready to help you with all of your air conditioner needs. We keep our vehicles well-stocked with common parts, so 90% of air conditioner problems can be fixed on our first visit!

Quick & Accurate AC Repair Diagnosis

Air conditioners have many parts, each of which can break down over time. When air conditioning isn’t working right, it can be caused by several parts inside and outside of your air conditioner. In many instances, a combination of things can be wrong with your system. That’s why having a highly trained professional is key to getting good repairs.

Common Air Conditioning Issues

  • Insufficient airflow
  • Pools of water forming around the air conditioner
  • Warm air
  • Loud noises or humming
  • Irregular cycling
  • Bad odors

Our team will come to your house, examine the problem, and use our skills and experience to diagnose the root problem quickly. We never do more unless you approve it first, and we’ll always keep you updated about the costs and options associated with the repair.

Read below for the causes of common air conditioning issues!

  • Warm or Insufficient Air

    • In some instances, not all vents are open in a home, making it difficult to cool. Closed vents keep rooms warm and make it harder for your air conditioner to keep up. In some instances, a warm home is a sign that an air conditioner unit is too small for the home it is meant to cool.
    • If you air filter is clogged, this can also cause your air conditioner to release less cold air into your home. Clogged air filters can cause coils to freeze and impede cool air even more! In some instances, a bad fan or motor can cause your air conditioner to not produce cold air. However, a trained technician should help determine the cause of your system’s issue.
  • Water Leaks

    • Water leaks inside your home might be caused by a bad or clogged condensate drain line. This causes water to become backed up in the line and overflow into your home. If water is pooling around your unit, it could be a sign of a clogged air filter. However, this could be a sign that your air conditioner needs professional HVAC service.
  • AC Fan Issues

    • In some instances, a breaker might be tripped, causing your fan to stop working. If you’ve confirmed that your air conditioner unit’s breaker has not been tripped, you need to please contact Newmark Air Conditioning for assistance. If your breaker is tripped, it could be a sign of a problem with your HVAC system’s electrical.

A broken AC fan can be caused by the following:

  • Frozen coils
  • Bad fan belts
  • Bad capacitors
  • Dirt
  • Rust

Air Conditioner Won’t Turn On

If your air conditioner won’t turn on, it could be because the thermostat is not set correctly or has dead batteries. Additionally, your air filter might need to be cleaned or replaced. In other instances, a stuck fan relay, a thermostat short, or a bad thermostat can cause air conditioning to stay off. If your system will not power on at all, it’s time to contact Newmark Air Conditioning.

Newmark Air Conditioning is solely focused on two things: results and customer experience. We arrive on time and leave each home looking just as clean as it was when we arrived. Our technicians are licensed, highly trained, and up-to-date on the latest developments in the HVAC industry.

We don’t just make promises—we back them with industry-leading guarantees. If you’re unhappy with our repairs for any reason, we’ll make it right. We also know how unpleasant waiting for an HVAC repair can be. We’ll make an appointment with you and keep it, so you don’t have to wait around for us. If we are late for any reason, we’ll pay you back for the inconvenience

It’s no secret that summers in Houston are brutal. Not only on people, pets, and vehicles but also on your home’s HVAC system. When the temperatures start soaring over 85° Houston homeowners are quick to flip on that air conditioner in no time. When your HVAC system is constantly running in temperatures as high as 110° in some cases, it can really put some wear and tear on the mechanical parts such as the compressor or condenser unit.

What To Expect When Calling For AC Repair In Houston

If you find your unit is in this situation, there is no need to panic if you have Newmark Air Conditioning on speed dial or even better if you have an VIP planned service agreement—you’re in good hands. Our repair teams are highly skilled and typically are the same technicians that may have installed your HVAC if you purchased with us. It makes sense to have your regular maintenance and HVAC repairs handled by Newmark Air Conditioning if we installed it in the first place—we know our work and our standards, so it makes repairs that much easier.

There are a few things you might want to know about calling for AC repair in Houston so that you aren’t surprised when you find yourself in need of service to your existing system.

Cost of Residential AC Repair In Houston

Typically most Houston AC repair calls are during the summer when HVAC systems are pushed to their maximum nearly every day. That being said, even though a new unit is a significant investment, repair costs on the same unit may not be as expensive as you’re imagining. In fact, most Houston AC repair jobs cost about an average of around $295.00.

Common Residential HVAC Repairs

No one wants to experience that feeling of the HVAC not blowing when it is over 100° during a summer heatwave in Houston. If your HVAC is not starting or is blowing warm air, and generally not keeping the home comfortable, you may be looking at one of these common problems.

Refrigerant Leaking

Air conditioners contain coolant or refrigerant, which is what allows the system to cool efficiently and removing heat from the air allowing it to blow cool air into the home. When installed, HVAC units are filled with refrigerant. If the unit was not filled enough or there is a leak somewhere in the system, this can cause the system to blow warm air or air that is only slightly cool. To fix this, Newmark Air Conditioning will usually test the system for coolant leaks and fixing any leaks found as well as recharging the refrigerant to proper levels.

HVAC Drainage Trouble

An air conditioner’s cooling process results in condensation which is designed to flow away from the unit to a drain line or drip pan. However, in Houston, excessive humidity can cause issues with drainage and excess condensation builds up which hinders your HVAC performance and adds excessive humidity to the air in your home. If left to get worse, this problem could even damage the HVAC components such as the compressor.

Newmark Air Conditioning can fix this by checking the condensate lines and the drip pan for any obstruction that would keep the condensation from draining and evaporating as it should. Sometimes it can be due to algae growth, foliage clogs, or rust. This is typically not terribly expensive to fix unless there’s damage to major HVAC components.

Compressor and Condenser Coil Issues

Two of the main components that cool the air that is pumping through your vents all summer long are the condenser unit and the condenser coils. Housed in the unit outside these components release the heat from the air inside your home and move it outside while cooling it over the condenser coils and returning it back cool. This is how your home is cooled, in a nutshell of course.

When these components have a problem, your air conditioning simply will not cool the home. Common issues can be a broken compressor fan, frozen condenser coils or an overheated compressor usually due to wear and tear. Either way, the compressor and condenser coil repairs typically tend to be the costliest. However, with a solid planned maintenance plan from Newmark Air Conditioning, you can be on top of your HVAC health and stop small inexpensive issues from turning into large, expensive ones.

Whether you need a brand new HVAC system or just need to replace or repair an aging unit that isn’t very efficient or reliable, Newmark Air Conditioning has all the bases covered. We can get you a new unit at a great price and guarantee a perfect installation, or we can repair your current system provided it is repairable. Contact us today stay cool for the summer.