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Hail Damage Repair HVAC Unit

Oak Point Heating and Air LLC is a name you can trust when it comes to comprehensive solutions for hail damage repair for any HVAC unit. No matter which type of system you have, our technicians are well versed in the safe and timely resolution of problems that occur due to damage from hailstorms and other accidental and environmental issues.

When hail strikes unexpectedly, your outdoor equipment is at the mercy of whatever is falling from the sky. When it's large pellets of ice, significant damages can occur to your property, and that includes residential and commercial heating and cooling hardware.

Reach us at (940) 208-4300 to discuss your goals with a certified HVAC-repair professional.

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Hail Damage Repair

How Does Hail Damage Affect Your HVAC System?

Hail damage affects your HVAC system negatively by bending and causing damage to condenser coil fins. Typically, condensers are found on the part of a unit that is placed outside on residential properties and on the rooftop of commercial buildings.

With little protection from the elements, the thin aluminum fins can be compacted and bent out of shape during hail strikes, causing your system to become much less efficient due to significant reductions in airflow.

Investing in protection that keeps falling hail, ice, and other objects from impacting your condenser is always a good idea. If your coil has been subjected to flattened fins, it's likely consuming more energy to produce the same amount of heating and cooling. Connect with our experienced technicians to discuss affordable ways to keep your system running optimally for longer.

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Fixing Hail Damage to HVAC Condenser Coils

Depending on the damage incurred, we offer several options for fixing hail damage to HVAC condenser coils. These include:

Fin Combing

The technique of fin combing can restore airflow when minor damage prevents your HVAC's condenser coil from getting enough air. We use specialized equipment to straighten out bent fins. If you have questions about this service or how eligible your coil may be for this type of repair, we encourage you to get in touch to discuss the details further, with no commitment required on your behalf. Call today to make an appointment.

Replacing Your Condenser Coil

Our technicians will inspect your unit and recommend replacing your condenser coil in cases where extensive damage has caused significant airflow blockages and has made the operation of your HVAC unsafe.

We understand you can't always predict or plan for unexpected weather events. When hail damages your home or business's heating and cooling system, you must take action immediately. That's why we make it quick and easy to have your condenser coil replaced, no matter which makes or model you currently have.

Replacing a Condenser Unit

You may need to consider replacing a condenser unit in cases where extreme hail damage has made repair work costly or extensive. In this case, we work hard to provide you with affordable replacement and installation expertise that is second to none. We're always happy to help you keep your home or commercial environment at a comfortable temperature. Contact us for the answers to any questions you have.


HVAC Hail Damage: Repair Cost Estimates

%COMPAN% knows that no two HVAC systems are alike, and after suffering hail damage, repair cost estimates can vary widely. For this reason, we'd like the opportunity to discuss the specifics of your unit and any damage in advance of providing you with an accurate estimate.

In doing so, we can be sure there will be no hidden fees or unexplained charges and ensure our technicians have everything we need to get to work right away when we arrive.

Get the ball rolling today by calling (940) 208-4300 to speak to a licensed expert.

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