Air Conditioning Repair

Tired of repeated callbacks and failures from “AC repairs”?

Our college educated, NATE certified, uniformed technicians arrive at your home and assess the entire state of your air conditioning system. Classic technicians are trained to take into account every variable that makes your home’s comfort unique. We take the time to discuss repair options and explain why specific repairs will help extend the life of your AC unit and keep it functioning properly. The Classic promise to you is correct and affordable air conditioning repairs the first time that put an end to costly, repeated breakdowns.

Webster defines “repair” as a verb meaning to restore to a sound or healthy state. Easy enough right? Classic Heating and Air has the experience, expertise, and equipment to make air conditioner repairs the way they are meant to be…sound. The Classic Team and Classic technicians possess more than just a set of gauges making Classic Heating and Air the only call you’ll have to make!

AC Unit
  • 24/7 Service
    There when you need us most with no overtime…SAME GREAT RATE ANYTIME, EVERY TIME
  • Same Day Repairs
    Well stocked vehicles ensure our air conditioning repairs are made in one trip 95% of the time.
  • Expert Technicians
    College educated, NATE certified technicians which means they have passed the industry’s highest tests and rank in the top percentile for service professionals.
  • Warranty Backed Repairs
    Our technicians assess and diagnose the problem right the first time and make the proper AC repair that we stand behind 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
  • upfront, Flat-Rate Pricing
    Before doing any repair Classic technicians explain to you the problem, the solution options, and cost, then answer any questions you might have.
Classic Heating & Air employee looking at air conditioning unit

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The Classic Difference

Just like the certainty of death and taxes, there are no “if” “ands” or “buts” about needing air conditioning in Texas. Year after year Dallas and fellow metroplex residents must deal with the 6-8 months of unforgiving heat, and often the only escape from the weather is the cool comfort of your home. But what if your air conditioning stops working?? What if you wake up in the middle of the night sweating?? What if you come home to a 95 degree house?? That’s where Classic Heating and Air steps in.

The Classic Team has for many years been a trusted name for ac repair throughout Dallas and the surrounding area. We set ourselves apart from other Dallas air conditioning contractors in that Classic holds our technicians and entire staff to a higher standard when it comes to making the proper repair. All major air conditioning equipment manufacturers have approved “match-ups” that allow AC components to operate as intended in order to provide homeowners clean, cost-effective, cool air. Not adhering to these “match-up” recommendations or the use of “one size fits all” universal parts can cost you upwards of 30% lost efficiency and countless dollars summer after summer.

At Classic Heating and Air we place a high emphasis on using parts that are OEM approved and guarantee that your air conditioning system is working like the well-oiled machine it was intended to be. We find you the right repair, with the right part, for the right price, so when triple digit temperatures hit you know your air conditioner is fixed and fixed for good.


Yes, you should schedule AC service annually to keep it working like a well-oiled machine. Your HVAC comes with numerous components that experience wear and tear during usage. Annual maintenance ensures proper oiling of components and troubleshooting for optimal performance. 

Not only does it prevent sudden breakdowns, but it also improves the performance and efficiency of your HVAC. Regular maintenance will help you enjoy consistent cooling and power efficiency for a long time. 

Whether it’s a commercial or residential HVAC system, every HVAC requires regular service. You should schedule your HVAC service annually. 

Annual maintenance becomes a great option in terms of value and performance. But large businesses with higher runtime should opt for half-yearly service to maintain units that tend to experience more breakdowns.

The most common problem with ACs is the device keeps running continuously and does not turn off. You might not notice it is continually running, but you’ll see evidence with a extremely large energy bill.

If you’re experiencing something unusually high energy bills, it could be a problem with your thermostat and compressor.

Reset your thermostat and check the compressor to figure out what needs to be troubleshot. If it doesn’t work, consult an HVAC repair service provider like Classic Heating and Air. 

Your air conditioner is a long-term appliance that can last up to 25 years if you maintain it properly. But in most cases, HVACs experience overuse due to unsealed air leaks and insufficient insulation. Similarly, improperly scheduled maintenance can also affect the lifespan of your HVAC. 

The average lifespan of HVAC is between 10-15 years. If you want to extend your HVAC’s life, we recommend scheduling maintenance annually for better performance and efficiency. 

The problem could be in your thermostat setting. The thermostat features controls of your HVACs functionalities and cooling modes.

In most cases, it automatically sets it to fan mode and keeps the blower working without cooling.  You can easily fix this problem by resetting your thermostat and keeping it in cooling mode.

Another reason could be the problem with the compressor of your HVAC system. If so, contact an HVAC technician for professional repair. 

The average life of an air conditioner is 10-15 years, but it can last up to 25 if properly maintained.

HVACs are frequently subjected to overuse. Similarly, neglecting your HVAC’s maintenance might have a detrimental impact on its longevity.

It is best to schedule annual maintenance from a NATE-certified technician. Also, make sure they use OEM-approved tools during the maintenance for better efficiency and lifespan. 

As your HVAC has many components, it would be anything that creates problems from the compressor to the fins. The most common problems would be thermostat malfunctioning, debris in the air duct, collapsed fins, and more.

If you have already checked all these, your AC may have clogged air filters degrading its performance. We recommend contacting a professional HVAC technician for repairs as DIYs may lead to further technical problems.