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Ellijay AC Repair:
We Service All AC Brands

Our expert technicians can work on any brand of AC systems in Ellijay. Our heating and cooling equipment experts are dedicated to helping you feel comfortable in any weather with our extensive knowledge of these heating and cooling brands.

No After Hours Service Fees at Ellijay AC Repair

We get that HVAC systems have a habit of breaking down at the worst possible moment. That’s why we decided to make it our policy to never penalize our customers for after hours repairs.

Not only is Climatrol Air the #1 rated company for AC repair in Ellijay, we also have the lowest service call fee of only $49! AND, we don’t raise service call fees because your AC decided to break on a holiday or over the weekend. This policy is just one of the ways we have become one of the most dependable and trusted HVAC companies in Georgia.

Climatrol Air, LLC

1630 Yukon Road, Ellijay

5.0 103 reviews

  • Avatar kelly mccormick ★★★★★ in the last week
    I was lucky enough to find Climatrol by using Google and saw all the 5 star reviews. I needed my old heating and AC system replaced and gave Doug a call. He was … read more very helpful, considerate and attentive during the phone call. Where my individual experience exceeded all expectations is when Daniel came to check the system. This company will listen to your needs, guide you in what you need to do and sell you the product that best meets your needs. I was never pressured into anything and feel that I got exactly what I needed at an unbelievable price. I spoke to Zach during the day of installation several times and they were able to get me back up and running in just two days after the initial visit to diagnose the issue. If you are in their area of service, consider yourself lucky. This is the example of what a local, family owned business should be like. They are now the people I will call in regards to anything heating and air related and the only people I will recommend to friends and family.
  • Avatar Eric M ★★★★★ 3 weeks ago
    We needed to update our ancient heat pump system and install a second one (plus ducts) for our basement. Doug was responsive, listened to our concerns, patiently … read more addressed our multiple questions, and provided several options. He visited our home multiple times to ensure everything was ready for installation. Doug's professionalism throughout the entire process was a breath of fresh air. He always arrived when he said he would, completed the work when he said it would be completed, and communicated clearly throughout the entire process. Rates (parts and labor) were reasonable. We are really grateful to have found Doug -- he'll be our go-to HVAC tradesman for the foreseeable future. Highly recommended!
  • Avatar Deb Caffelle ★★★★★ a month ago
    I left an email on their website and received a call within 1 hour on a Sunday night! Scheduled visit to house 2 days later. Full inspection and recommendations … read more made to us NOT only to replace but what we could consider if elected for repair. No high pressure just presented us with choices. We elected for new system. This had to be installed while we were not at our vacation home. Our space was treated respectfully. You should only work with company. They are truly professional and trustworthy. We will not work with anyone else for any of our HVAC needs.
  • Avatar Bob Jasion ★★★★★ a month ago
    Very professional courteous installers who paid attention to detail. Arrived on time and completed the install on time at the quoted price. Very pleased with the … read more service equipment and price. I will recommend to friends and family

Should You Replace or Repair Your AC?

When a homeowner needs a new AC unit, the decision whether to repair or replace the existing unit can be a tough one. On one hand, replacing the unit may seem expensive, on the other hand, repairing it may seem time-consuming and fraught with potential difficulty.

Fortunately, neither of those assumptions is entirely true. The truth is, deciding whether to repair or replace the existing AC unit is a decision that is based on many different factors. In order to help with the decision process, homeowners should consult with a local HVAC professional about AC repair in Ellijay …

Has Your HVAC System Gone on the Fritz?

When your cooling and heating system isn’t performing like it should, your local contractor is likely on your speed dial—after all, repair is much cheaper than replacement, right? Not always. Before you pay a contractor to come out and repair your system, it’s important to consider whether you can get a better return on your investment through an HVAC replacement.

HVAC replacement is the obvious answer in certain situations. If you’re currently in any of the following predicaments, the benefits of replacement generally outweigh those of repair. 

  • Your system is 10 – 15 years old: Follow this simple rule of thumb from Energy Star—if your current system is over 10 years old, it’s time to start looking into an HVAC replacement. Most HVAC systems last for about 15 years, so there’s no immediate need to replace yours if it’s still functioning properly. But by doing your research now, you’ll know just what you want to do should your HVAC system suddenly stop working properly.

    Keep in mind that with an older system, you are likely spending more on utility bills than you would be if you were to upgrade to a newer model. New technology has made modern systems more efficient, and switching to one of these energy-efficient systems could see you saving big on your utility bills.
  • Safety hazards: As always, safety comes first. If you think the problem with your HVAC presents a safety hazard for your family, replacement is the answer. Malfunctions in your cooling and heating system can have scary consequences, including carbon monoxide poisoning and fire hazards.
  • You’re constantly repairing your HVAC: If your heating and cooling system has needed repairs more than once or twice in the past few years, it may be time to take the leap with a replacement system. The money you spend repairing older equipment can often be better used towards the purchase of newer, energy-efficient HVAC systems. Here’s a simple guide: If your labor and parts cost upwards of $1,000, look toward replacement. 

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The HVAC Conundrum:
When Should Professionals Weigh In?

If you’re still unsure about replacement versus repair, it’s time to enlist the help of a professional. In the following situations, it’s best to get a contractor’s advice:

  • You haven’t had a ductwork inspection in years: According to PG&E, the average home’s ductwork leaks up to 30 percent of its air before it actually reaches your living space. That means you’re still paying for the energy used to cool the air—without getting the relief of a cool home. Hire a technician to come take a look at your system; they can perform what’s called a duct-leakage test, which measures how much air is escaping the system.

    If it turns out your ducts are faulty or have significant gaps, a technician should be able to seal them up or replace your pipes—meaning you might not need a complete system overhaul. However, keep in mind that modern HVAC units are almost always more efficient thanks to technology advancements. In the end, you have to weigh your options: will you need to perform repairs each month?

    
  • Your system seems inefficient: If your system is less than 10 years old, make time to assess its efficiency. Remember this: Just because it’s running, doesn’t mean it’s working at full capacity.  

    Here’s a simple test to try on your own: When it’s hotter than 80 degrees outside, turn on your AC unit, and set it to well below room temperature. Let it run for 15 minutes, then use a thermometer to check just outside the return duct (the area where air flows in to be cooled).

    Now take a temperature reading just outside the strongest, most easily accessible vent (where cool air should be flowing out). Subtract the second reading from the first. If the difference between these two is fewer than 14 degrees, your HVAC unit might need work. 

    Let’s put this into numbers. Say the temperature outside your return duct reads 86 degrees. If the temperature outside your strongest vent isn’t 72 degrees or less (a difference of 14 degrees), your system isn’t running efficiently.

    Looking for a more specific answer? Hire a contractor to run an energy assessment on your home. This audit will check out the areas that have energy leaks; their findings can help you determine if your system just needs a few repairs or whether HVAC replacement is in your future.

If You’re Considering an HVAC Repair 

If you’re still waffling between repair and replacement, we’ll leave you with one last tip:

  • Consider the return on your investment: HVAC replacement cost tends to be initially more expensive than repair, but it’s important to consider the ways this investment can benefit your family for years to come. If repairing your HVAC will only extend its lifetime by another year or two, HVAC replacement is likely the better choice. 

    The return is typically greater when you invest in an energy-efficient HVAC unit, and replacement almost always saves you more money down the line. When assessing HVAC replacement cost, keep in mind that replacing may be easier on your wallet in the long run. When it comes to heating and cooling savings, it’s a marathon effort, not a sprint. 

When your heating and cooling system is acting up, your family’s comfort and safety come first. Consider the ways a new heating and cooling system could transform your home and improve your everyday life. Learn the basics of HVAC to be prepared when it’s time to make an upgrade.

All Climatrol Techs are NATE Certified.

NATE Certification is the nation’s largest nonprofit certification organization for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) technicians.

NATE tests represent real-world working knowledge of HVACR systems and validate the professional competency of service and installation technicians. Home and business owners choose HVACR contractors who employ NATE-certified technicians to get repairs done right – the first time. Learn More about NATE Certification.

Real World Knowledge.

When you have a heating or air conditioning emergency, you shouldn’t have to worry about your HVAC company. Climatrol has the experience, and as a Rheem authorized dealer, the resources to fix your heating and cooling problems right the first time.

When you hire Climatrol to help you in your time of need, you can rest assured that you will be dealing with a NATE certified technician in Ellijay or from the surrounding area.

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