Dealing with a broken air conditioner can be a hassle. Not only may you not know what’s wrong, but you may also have to deal with the aggravation of temperatures quickly rising in your home. If you aren’t sure whether or not you should call us at HAYNES Heating & Cooling for air conditioning service, there are a few situations that definitely require the assistance of a professional.

Air Conditioning Service

  • Your air conditioning system no longer releases cool air through the vents. This may be caused by a lack of refrigerant in the system.
  • Your air conditioning system doesn’t turn on at all. Before you call us for air conditioning service, we recommend checking all of your circuit breakers, switching your thermostat’s setting to “cool,” and switching the AC power switch on. If this doesn’t work, there may be a larger problem with your unit.
  • You find that temperatures in your home vary throughout the day. One moment it may be extremely cold, while the next it’s sweltering hot.
  • You hear odd sounds coming from your vents whenever your air conditioning unit switches on or off. This may be a sign that the blower’s bearings have worn out.

Unfortunately, problems with your air conditioning unit are bound to come up at some point. When you do encounter an issue, it is best to call us for air conditioning service right away. This will ensure that the problem does not become more extensive, and it will also give you peace of mind knowing you can rely on your air conditioner once again when it gets warm outside.


Deborah, West Asheville

I have used the services of MB HAYNES ever since I moved to Asheville and have had so many pleasant encounters with your staff that I felt compelled to say thank you.  Every interaction whether by phone or in person has been a pleasure.  Each service person has been on time, friendly, and helpful…Thanks for making dealing with “home maintenance” run smoothly.


It is with great pleasure that I recommend your company to anyone seeking the services you provide. I know you well, since I have worked with you almost continuously during my 10 years at UNC Asheville.