Call or schedule your appointment online, it’s that easy!
We’ll arrive at your home within the designated service window ready to repair your AC.
We’ll work quickly to identify the problem and find a solution.
After repairing your AC unit, we'll make sure you have an opportunity to let us know how the job went.
Once we diagnose your cooling issue, you'll get a price to fix your air conditioner before any work begins—so there are no surprises.
Tell us what equipment you'd like installed, and we'll send an HVAC installation specialist to determine how much it will cost—for free.
Parts that need to be repaired or replaced are the driving factors of the repair. Some repairs require low-cost parts and simple repairs, others can be costly especially if the warranty has expired.
Better-quality contractors will cost more. They'll also save you money in the long run because they won't cut corners. Unless you really enjoy seeing the contractor on a regular basis, you may want to spend just a little more for quality service
If the equipment is still under warranty, you could end up paying a lot less for your repair. To verify whether your warranty is still active you can contact the company that installed it.
For more information about each of these factors, visit our blog article, "How Much Does it Cost to Repair an AC in Florida?"
When dust builds up around your air filters, it effectively suffocates your AC unit, forcing it to work harder to pump air into the home. Changing your filters may be enough to introduce air flow back into your home.
Before you assume the worst for your AC unit, take a quick walk over to your thermostat and make sure the unit is a) turned on, and b) set to COOL and not HEAT. It’s a small thing, but you’d be surprised how often it happens!
A tripped breaker is one of the more frequent reasons for an AC unit that won’t turn on. If you suspect the circuit breaker is the issue, walk over to your home’s electrical panel, locate the AC breaker, and make sure it’s in the ON position.
Leaves, twigs and dirt often accumulate in and around your AC unit. That limits how much cool air can get into your home and may even damage the unit itself. Before you give a repairman a call, make sure your unit is clear of debris to see if that fixes the issue.
Is your thermostat set on "HEAT"? It might sound obvious, but sometimes it accidentally gets switched to "COOL".
If you have an older gas furnace, it will use a permanently lit pilot light that burns the gas to heat your home. If the pilot light is out, simply relight it. If the pilot light won't light, you may have issues with the gas supply that require a professional's help.
A dirty air filter clogs your system and limits airflow, which makes your system work harder than it needs to. If your air filter is dirty, replace it with a new one.
If your furnace isn't getting any gas, it can't heat your home. Make sure that the gas supply valve is turned to the "ON" position (parallel to the supply pipe).
If your furnace still isn't working right, call a professional to diagnose the problem.
Joe Z. is hands down the nicest most honest repair person I have ever had in my home! He was able to diagnose the problem and had my air back on in such a short amount of time! Thank you Cool Today.
- Taylor C.
Very knowledgeable courteous staff. Wonderful experience with them from start to finish!!
- Chrissy R.