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How Much Does an Air Conditioner Repair Cost in Florida?

Have a broken AC? You’re probably wondering how much it’s going to cost to get it up and running again.

The price to repair your AC will depend on the following factors:

  1. What Needs to Be Repaired
  2. Whether the Part or Labor Is Covered Under Warranty
  3. Who You Hire to Repair the Air Conditioner

We’ll go into more detail about each of these factors.

Need an AC repair right away? Give us a call, or schedule an appointment below and we’ll quickly send over one of our trusted techs to fix whatever is causing the issue.

Cost Factor #1: What Needs to Be Repaired

Some AC repairs are more expensive than others. That’s because…

  • Some parts cost more than others.
  • Some repairs take more time and/or require more strenuous labor than others.

So without a tech looking at your air conditioner, there’s really no way for us to give you an accurate estimate of what your repair will cost you.

Cost Factor #2: Whether the Part or Labor Is Covered Under Warranty

Once a tech finds what needs to be repaired, you’ll want to check your AC’s warranty to see if the repair is covered by the manufacturer.

Tip: You can usually find your AC’s warranty on the manufacturer's website. Can’t find it there? Try contacting the manufacturer or the contractor who first installed your air conditioner.

A standard air conditioner warranty usually covers important AC parts (like the compressor) up to 10 years. Smaller parts are usually covered anywhere from 1–5 years.

Note: A standard warranty typically only covers labor needed to repair a broken part 6 months to 1 year after installation. So unless the repair falls within that timeframe, labor for the repair won’t be covered.

However, if you paid for an extended warranty, then not only are AC parts covered, but the labor to replace the broken part may also be covered too.

However, beware of 2 situations that could void your AC warranty:

  1. You haven’t regularly maintained your air conditioner. Most warranties require your air conditioner to be regularly maintained by a professional annually, or else the warranty isn’t valid.
  2. You never registered your AC with the manufacturer, to begin with. That would mean the manufacturer has no record of your air conditioner, which would make your warranty invalid.

Cost Factor #3: Who You Hire to Repair the Air Conditioner

The better the contractor, the more they’ll likely charge to fix your air conditioner. So remember: you get what you pay for.

That said, you’ll want to find a contractor who does quality work because a poorly repaired air conditioner can lead to bigger repairs in the future.

To help you find a high-quality contractor in Florida, we’ve created a checklist of things to look for before you hire them:

  • Make sure they’ve been in business for 10+ years.
  • Ask if they offer any guarantees on their work.
  • Check if they’re licensed and insured (so you aren’t responsible if an accident occurs on the job).
  • Verify they have good online customer reviews (YelpBetter Business BureauFacebook, etc.).

Need an AC Repair in the Tampa Area?

We’ll quickly send over one of our trusted techs to diagnose the issue and give you an honest quote for the repair.

We value your time, so if we don’t show up when we say we will for your AC repair, we’ll pay you $100.

Learn more about what to expect when you hire us by visiting our AC repair page.

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