Summertime heat can seem unbearable when you don’t have an air conditioner you can count on, even if it’s just for a few hours. You can count on the fast and skilled air conditioner repair team at Jackson Comfort Services to have your back. We’ll restore your air conditioner and your comfort quickly and affordably. Rest assured you’ll be in good, qualified hands from start to finish when you call our professionals.
The easiest to spot signs that your air conditioner is in need of a repair is reduced airflow or luke warm air coming from vents.
When your air conditioner clicks on, you should hear the familiar hum of fresh air blowing, and nothing more.
If your air conditioner starts giving off unusual odors or burning smells, it’s time to shut it off and call in a professional.
Wet spots or puddles near your equipment are cause for concern and often reflective of freon or water leak.
If your air conditioner is broken down, you’re probably wondering how much it’s going to cost to get it up and running again. As a general rule most repairs range from $200 to $1,000+, with an average of $350.
With that said, there are so many factors that can impact the cost of an air conditioner repair including: :
If you have an HVAC parts warranty, you may be covered in the case that a part fails and needs to be replaced. Each system, if installed by a licensed contractor and registered with the manufacturer comes with a limited parts warranty, typically ranging between 1-10 years. Unless you have an extended warranty that covers the expense of hiring a technician, you will have to pay out-of-pocket for a service call.
When parts or components can’t be repaired, you will need to replace them. Purchasing a new part will add to your total cost of furnace repair and can vary in price, largely dependent on brand, our supplier’s pricing, availability and if it’s a part that we stock on our trucks.
It goes without saying, but the longer a repair takes the more costly it can become. Some factors that can have the biggest impact on price are the system location, complexity of repair, age of system, wiring requirements—and whether or not the system is being repaired during our work-day or as an after-hours emergency.
Have you ever heard of the saying you get what you pay for? We are not the lowest price contractor out there, but we also aren’t the highest. Our pricing is fair and takes into consideration the value and experience we offer. We don’t allow just anyone to show up to your house. All of our technicians are trained and certified to service all makes and models of heating equipment, enabling them to diagnose and repair your issue right the first time, every time. We also are one of very few contractors who backs up our repair work with 1 year repair warranty (2 years if you’re a Jackson Comfort Care customer).
Replace capacitor: $120 – $250
Replace contactor: $150 – $300
Replace outdoor fan: $400 – $800
Replace AC coil: $600 – $1,500
Replace compressor: $800 – $2,000