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Greater Memphis Area AC Service & Repair

Our team can repair anything wrong with your air conditioning system, including low refrigerant, frozen or dirty evaporator coils, fan problems, leaking ducts, clogged drains, and more. No matter the size of your home, we can ensure every room is kept comfortable throughout the year, especially during the summer. Whether you’re looking for air conditioning repairs, installation, or annual maintenance that won’t break the bank, RW Heating & Air Plumbing & Electrical has you covered. We proudly service Memphis, TN, and the surrounding areas. As an authorized Carrier dealer, we ensure you’re getting long-lasting, high-quality products! We’ll never upsell you on a service you don’t need either, and we’re happy to answer all your questions. Our team also specializes in plumbing, heating, sewer, and drain repair and installation services. Don’t let another summer go by feeling hot and uncomfortable. Contact the cooling experts at RW Heating & Air Plumbing & Electrical, and love your home again.

Air Conditioning Services

  • AC Repair
  • AC Service and Cleaning
  • AC Tune-Ups
  • Compressor Repair
  • Ductwork Restructure/Installation (No Cleaning)
  • Thermostat Service
  • And So Much More!

During the hottest months of summer in Memphis, your home’s AC unit can run 24/7.

To make sure it keeps running to keep your family safe and cool in your home, please make sure that you have it serviced. Proper maintenance will extend your AC unit’s life and give you assurance of it functioning properly when you need it the most.

Schedule your HVAC Tune-Up today by giving our team a call.

Are You Having Problems With Your AC After Hours?

We Offer 24/7 Emergency Services.

The Importance of HVAC Maintenance

You might not realize it, but keeping your home’s HVAC system properly maintained is the best way to extend the lifespan of your unit. Come summertime, and these systems get used almost every day. With the high demand and ongoing use of your air conditioner, problems are bound to happen eventually. By having our team of maintenance and repair technicians clean and maintain your system, we can save you from costly repairs down the line. We’ll change your air filter, check your thermostat, refill your coolant, and ensure your climate control system works efficiently and effectively. We’ve built a reputation in Memphis and throughout the Greater Midsouth Area for quality work, affordable prices, and unbeatable customer service. Ensure your home stays cool all summer long without having to break a sweat.


When an air conditioning system suddenly stops working, you may automatically assume the worst. But major repairs are not always necessary. Sometimes the problem can be something simple, like a clogged air filter or a tripped breaker.

Here are some of the most frequent causes of a sudden air conditioner failure:

Thermostat Problems

An incorrectly set thermostat, a faulty thermostat, or a digital thermostat with dead batteries may prevent the system from turning on.

Tripped Breaker

On especially hot days in the Memphis area, it is not unheard of for the air conditioner to trip the breaker at full load.

air flow
Poor Air Flow

Poor airflow due to a dirty filter, blower problems, or duct obstructions can put extra load on the system, causing the compressor to overheat and shut the system down.

Clogged Condensate Drain
Clogged Condensate Drain

If condensed water accumulates in the drain pan due to a clogged condensate drain, a float switch may turn the system off for safety.

frozen evaporator
Frozen Evaporator

Often caused by poor airflow or low refrigerant, a frozen evaporator can cause the compressor to overheat and shut the system off.

Improper Refrigerant Charge
Improper Refrigerant Charge

Low or high refrigerant pressures could trip a safety switch and shut the system down.

Compressor Problems
Compressor Problems

A damaged AC compressor, relay, or start capacitor could prevent the system from running.