Air Conditioning Repair Technician

Our Long Mechanical Service division offers installation, repair and maintenance services for heating and air conditioning systems. We serve both residential and commercial customers throughout Southeast Michigan. Whether it's time to update to a more energy-efficient system, or you need prompt repairs to your existing furnace or air conditioner, trust Long Mechanical Service to do the job right.

Air Conditioner Repair & Installation

We love Southeast Michigan's balmy summer weather and opportunities for enjoying the outdoors, but it also brings indoor temperatures that can be unbearable without air conditioning. The ideal air conditioning system is sized to meet your space requirements, and runs efficiently, quietly and reliably.

The air conditioning experts at Long Mechanical Service can help with air conditioner installation and air conditioner maintenance services to keep your system in top working order.

Should your unit fail completely or struggle to keep your space cool, you can count on Long Mechanical Service air conditioner repair services. Our trained heating and cooling technicians will first look to repairing your system, or recommend a replacement, if your situation calls for it.

At Long Mechanical Service, our licensed and certified heating and cooling experts will fix your problem RIGHT…RIGHT AWAY.

In addition to repairs, our services include new and replacement air conditioners, installation and maintenance to keep your air conditioning system working efficiently, keeping you cool and comfortable. And ask about how our Air Quality Systems can help you breathe easier!

Services & Equipment
Residential Air Conditioning & Air Quality Systems

  • Whole House (Central) Air Conditioning
  • Room Air Conditioners
  • Spring Air Conditioner Tune-ups
  • Humidifiers
  • Ventilation Systems
  • Air Purification / Filtration Systems

Air Conditioner Repair Service

Prompt scheduling, trustworthy reliable service. These are the qualities you look for in a Heating & Cooling contractor. These are the qualities the Long Mechanical Service team strives to meet every day.

When outdoor temperatures soar and your AC stops working you can rely on Long's skilled technicians to get your air conditioning system working again as soon as possible. Call 248‑349‑0373 or submit our convenient Service Request Formto schedule service. Emergency repair service available 24/7.

Air Conditioner Installation

Based on more than 70 years of heating and cooling repair and installation, we know how to spot a quality brand – one that will have a long service life and, if occasional problems do arise, is easy and inexpensive to fix. Long Mechanical Service carries a variety of air conditioner models from top manufacturers, including Bryant, Daikin, Fujitsu, Goodman and Mitsubishi, and can recommend the optimal system for your home.

Upgrading also has other benefits. Today's energy-efficient technology can mean significantly lower monthly fuel bills. Variable-speed, single- and two-stage systems are available. You'll also want to consider the SEER rating when choosing a new air conditioner. SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) measures cooling efficiency, calculated by cooling output divided by total electric energy input. The higher the SEER rating, the greater the energy efficiency. We can help you select the right unit for your needs. In addition, many new models are equipped with advanced wi-fi technology, allowing you convenient control from your smart phone, helping you further save energy and reduce costs.

Count on our skilled installers to have your new air conditioner set up and working in no time.

Air Conditioner Maintenance Services

Your cooling system will benefit from periodic or annual inspections and routine maintenance. During a maintenance check our technician will look for any potential issues and notify you of any concerns. Catching problems early when they can more easily be fixed can prevent more costly repairs later.

Call 248‑349‑0373 to schedule air conditioner maintenance before summer's heat.


Air Conditioner Tune-up

  • Check operation
  • Test refrigerant pressure / check for leaks
  • Test pump
  • Check thermostat
  • Clean condenser coil / clear debris from unit housing
  • Inspect filter & drainage systems
  • Shut off humidifier for the season

Get to Know Us
Service with a Smile

Our friendly, professionally trained heating & cooling technicians will answer any questions you may have about the recommended service or products and explain what will be necessary to repair or install a new equipment in your home.

Our number one goal is a satisfied customer. Based on our repeat business and client testimonials, we are doing things right. Our customers recommend us for our exceptional quality, competitive pricing, integrity and attentive customer service.

Frequently Asked Questions

We love to share our knowledge. Here are some quick answers to a few of the most common questions people ask us. Call us today – we've got answers to your air conditioning questions.

Whether you are purchasing a new air conditioning system or upgrading your current system, there are many factors to take into consideration. Although you might be tempted to purchase the least expensive system available, remember that pricier units tend to have higher efficiencies, which make them less expensive to operate. If you moved into a home with an existing unit, you might consider upgrading to a newer one; modern AC units use up to 50% less energy than older ones while cooling the interior air as well as or even better.

The type of system you choose (Reverse Cycle, Inverter, Smart AC) can also have a big impact on your comfort and the convenience features offered related to noise, fan speed settings, sleep modes or power consumption. A knowledgeable HVAC contractor will be able to make recommendations based on your home’s layout and your family’s needs. After you’ve done your research, make sure you hire a certified HVAC contractor to install your system to insure it’s installed properly and in the right location to minimize noise and maximize performance.

There are many easy ways to keep your house cooler in the summer without cranking the AC! Keeping your blinds closed during the day can lower the mid-day temperature of your home by almost 20 degrees. Ceiling fans, minimizing the use of heat-producing appliances and keeping the furnace fan on will all help to keep your house cooler.

When you do run the air conditioner, there are ways of using it more efficiently to keep your energy bills from skyrocketing. Consider installing a programmable thermostat, and make sure you change your AC filters regularly. And, of course, keeping your air conditioner properly maintained is the best way to make sure it’s running at optimum efficiency. Call Long Mechanical Service to schedule an appointment for a full cooling system maintenance check.

Keeping your air conditioner maintained will help you save money on energy and extend its lifespan.

As with furnace maintenance, the Internet has loads of articles outlining the steps for air conditioner maintenance and troubleshooting, which generally start with the first step of keeping your unit clean. Due to the dangers of working around electricity and the air-conditioner’s moving parts, it’s essential to start any inspection by completely turn off power to the unit.

While you may be able to change the filter and make sure your outside equipment is clean, you should have a professional tune up your system at the start of every cooling season. Our skilled technicians will thoroughly clean your unit and check its operation, testing for leaks, condenser issues or other potential problems that could be reducing its performance. Call us before the cooling season begins and enjoy a comfortable, worry-free summer!

Your home’s air quality is important to your family’s comfort and health. Gasses, particulates, or microbial contaminants such as mold or bacteria can affect the air inside your Michigan home, and people with allergies or other respiratory conditions are particularly susceptible to these irritants. Humidity levels that are too low or too high can cause discomfort to your family and damage your furniture, windows or wood floors.

Solutions for poor indoor air quality can be as simple as installing a humidifier or dehumidifier – or as extensive as installing a whole-home air filtration or air purifier system. Either way, you’d be wise to rely on the advice of an air quality expert to recommend a solution that is right for your home or business as well as your budget!

Quality Brands We Carry

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To Schedule Air Conditioner Repair Service Call 248‑349‑0373

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