Air Conditioning Repair Las Cruces New Mexico

Our experienced technicians have been providing residential home air conditioning repair in Las Cruces for many years. We have maintained an outstanding customer satisfaction rating with the BBB, Angie's list and Yelp. Trust SoBellas Air Conditioning and Heating for all of your affordable home air conditioner needs.

We know life without a working AC unit is almost impossible and can actually be detrimental to your health and safety. Long exposures to high temperatures can be taxing on the human body and incredibly uncomfortable to deal with. Our ac company is right here ready to fix your HVAC system. We’ll get one of our skilled repairmen straight to your door before you can sweat it.  Our air conditioning company is top notch, just read our reviews around the web to see what our customers are saying.

Has your air condition system stopped working the way it’s supposed to? Let our knowledgeable air repair service technicians provide the right fix for whatever problem you’re facing. We can service any type of residential air conditioning system.  Choose SoBellas to be your home air conditioning company.

Is it time to replace your home’s AC or heating system? If so, our AC specialists can assist you in choosing the right system, and our expert installers will make sure your new air conditioner is installed properly to ensure optimal performance.  Let SoBellas be your air conditioning installation contractor in Las Cruces.

Did you know that over 80% of all home air conditioning repairs can be prevented with routine maintenance? Preventive maintenance services like regular condenser cleaning can help identify potential issues early to help prevent costly repairs, and they help you increase the lifespan of your system and equipment.

We Service:
Comfort Cool, SoBellas Signature Series, SoBellas Pro Series, Ducane, GE, Goodman, Concord, Amana, Lennox, Rheem, York, Tempstar, Comfortmaker, Janitrol, American Standard, Carrier, Trane, Fridgeking, Bryant, Ruud, Mastercool, Aero Cool, And many more all over Las Cruces New Mexico.  Call on the guys in the yellow booties today.

Evaporative Cooler

In the days before central air, homeowners cooled themselves off the old-fashioned way-with fans and damp cloths. Evaporative coolers work basically the same way:

Hot air enters the outdoor unit, usually housed on the roof.
Water-filled pads at the bottom of the unit cool the hot air.
The cool air circulates through ducts and then leaves the house via return vents and windows.
Because a water line attaches to every swamp cooler, the cooler air also accumulates a little humidity. Homeowners also have to monitor air flow by keeping windows ajar, and they also need to weatherize their unit each spring and fall.

Swamp coolers are fairly inexpensive to install, even though they don’t control temperature as precisely or reduce airborne allergens as effectively as AC units. They also don’t work well during times of extra humidity (e.g., “monsoon season”).

Central Air

These days, more homeowners than ever desire central air conditioning when they purchase a new home. Residents who install central air systems also tend to recoup their investment costs and sell their property more quickly than those with evaporative coolers.

In some ways, central air works the same as an evaporative cooler:

Hot air enters an outdoor unit, normally housed by the side of a house or on the back patio.
The air passes over refrigerants that cool it and send it indoors.
Refrigerated air goes into a central HVAC unit, which blows the air through the home’s air ducts.
Hot air exits through return vents.

If you’re still unsure whether central air is right for your home, you only have to call your HVAC experts for an estimate. They’ll offer insights you may not have considered before. Additionally, they can assess your home’s layout and energy use before you purchase your new system.