With the extreme temperature changes in Boulder, having your air conditioning working proper is a must for our climate.
Air conditioning is vehicles has been around probably a little longer than you think. Packard Motor Car Company was the first to offer A/C units in its vehicles. The systems were crude in 1933. There was no on/off switch and the units used up most of the trunk space.
A small leak in the system can cause a lot of damage if not diagnosed soon enough. This can cause your A/C to go from cold to start warming up. Sometimes it might not even blow cold at all. And we all know that we don’t need to be putting any more chemicals into our environment.
Most A/C units don’t have warning lights like your alternator or engine cooling system. Some cars that are equipped with a Driver Information Center (DIC) and might be able to provide a warning.
Regular maintenance on your A/C system by a qualified technician can save you money in the future. Our technicians have all of the proper equipment to perform a complete diagnosis on your system for any leaks before they become big leaks and cause serious damage to the system.