Reliable Air Conditioning Service & Installation Near Lowell, IN
Does your air conditioner unit sound like a noisy industrial machine?
Is your home still uncomfortable even after running the AC for an hour?
Are you worried about hiring someone to service your air conditioner because it might cost too much, the repairman might not be qualified, or take too long?
Stop worrying and call Grays Total Green Energy Solutions for peace of mind.
We are your #1 HVAC contractor in Lowell, IN, including Crown Point, St. John, Demotte, Hebron, and the surrounding communities.
Gray’s has been in the residential air conditioning business since 1962, and we have an excellent reputation.
When you contact us for repairs, maintenance, or replacing your current air conditioner unit, you will work with our qualified, experienced, and professional team.
Why Choose Us For Your Air Conditioning Installation and Repair?
Licensed and Experienced Air Conditioner Repair
If you can keep your old system running smoothly with some repairs, it will save you money.
Our technicians can service just about any air conditioner brand and model.
We will do our best to come out on the same day you call, and you’ll never receive any unnecessary repairs.
Don’t forget to schedule an annual inspection!
Prolong your air conditioner’s service life with regular maintenance.
Keeping your system in tip-top shape saves you money by lowering your energy costs and keeping your system longer.
Contact Gray’s today at 219-696-8377 or click below to request air conditioning service or schedule a free in-home estimate.
Energy Efficient Cooling Systems Solution
If it’s time for a new efficient AC unit, we install the most efficient air conditioners by Carrier.
Carrier air conditioning units will reduce your energy costs every month and come with a 10-year parts warranty.
With 17 different models, there is an air conditioning solution that meets your budget.
We don’t sell you anything you don’t need.
Available 24/7 for Emergency Cooling Needs
We can dispatch a technician for emergency repairs around the clock.
We have parts and technicians on hand to deal with most air conditioning breakdowns.
At Gray’s, we believe in delivering exceptional customer service.
Financing & Our Guarantee On Our Air Conditioners
We use only licensed, professional HVAC technicians who are courteous and arrive on time.
We back our work and offer a money back guarantee if you are not satisfied.
All new Carrier air conditioning units come with a 10-year parts warranty. If you need it, we also offer financing.
How A New Carrier Air Conditioner Can Pay for Itself…
If your air conditioner is over 9-years-old, has visible rust or pools of liquid around it, it’s time to consider a replacement.
Other warning signs include a thermostat that’s not working, zones in the home that don’t get cool, or you’ve already repaired it once or twice.
The latest Carrier air conditioners can pay for themselves using much less energy than the old unit.
See how much you’ll save with our SEER calculator below.
SEER , or Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, measures cooling efficiency of an air conditioner. The higher the rating, the greater energy efficiency and a lower electric bill.
Compare how much you could save on your utility bills. Enter your current AC unit’s SEER value, then compare it to a newer, more efficient system.
For a more accurate estimate, click the “Customize” button to add more information.
Air Conditioner Replacement in Hebron, IN 46341
Air Conditioner Replacement in Hebron, IN 46341
“I had to put a new fan in my central air. I called one company and all they did was give me the run around. I called Gray' s and Jennifer and Michelle were so very nice and helpful. My serviceman Jakob is the BEST!!! He explained everything to me and before he left he made sure everything was working fine. I will make sure if I have any more problems with my furnace or air I will make sure I call Gray's and I will make sure they send me Jakob!!”
Air Conditioner Repair in Lowell, IN 46356
“Jakob Pelter found the problem quickly and made repair. My wife was happy to have the a/c back on. Mr Gray is lucky to have Jake as an employee.”
Showed Up On Time and Ready To Work
“My first experience with Gray’s Total Green Energy Solutions was when they came to check out my furnace last November. They showed up on time and ready to work. When they discovered the problem, they didn’t just tell me about it, they had me come and look. They installed my new furnace in a very timely fashion. They were polite, courteous, and friendly. They came back on May 28 to re-charge my air conditioner, which was part of the service package. Again, the worker who came was very friendly and courteous. I was not home, but my daughter was. She said he actually arrived a little early (which was fine with her) and again, got everything done in a very timely fashion. I would DEFINITELY recommend them to anyone having furnace/air conditioner issues.”
– Deborah Q.
Air Conditioning Terminology You Should Know
The four main components of your air conditioner are:
Condenser: The condenser looks like a metal coil and a fan. It is a heat exchanger that cools the hot gas coming from the compressor. As the gas cools, it turns back into a liquid. The heat dissipates into the air outside of the home.
Compressor: The compressor is inside the condenser. It circulates and pressurizes the refrigerant, converting it into a liquid. The hot liquified refrigerant flows to a condenser coil, releasing the excess heat to the atmosphere.
Evaporator: The evaporator coil, or indoor coil, is the cooling part of the system inside the home. It circulates the cold refrigerant through the coils, absorbing the heat from the air inside.
Expansion Valve: The expansion valve controls the amount of refrigerant circulating in your system. It reduces the pressure of the refrigerant, allowing it to cool rapidly.
Refrigerant: Air conditioner refrigerant is both a liquid and a gas. It absorbs heat from indoor air, carrying it back to the compressor and condenser. The refrigerant enters the compressor on the low-pressure side and leaves as a scalding, high-pressure vapor. It circulates through the enclosed copper tubing system, drawing heat from the home and releasing it outside.
Currently, AC units use a refrigerant called R410A, or Puron. However, newer refrigerants will become available as R410A gets phased out in 2023.
Thermostat: There are two types, electronic and electro-mechanical. The thermostat uses a sensor to determine the indoor temperature. Once the AC system achieves the desired temperature, it signals the compressor to stop running.