Everyone knows that AC Repairs can be costly.
So much so that many people turn to the internet searching for things like “AC Repair Costs” only to be disappointed. Many AC Repair sites give vague answers with their best interests in mind.
But, we like to do things different here. We’ve made it our goal to understand what it is that makes you happy, and to deliver it as seamlessly and affordably as possible.
HomeAdvisor.com has performed a Nationwide survey of homeowners as they’ve had their air conditioners repaired. Their survey tells us the following:
“Most air conditioner repairs cost between $165 and $494 with most homeowners reporting that they spend about $316. If you do need a repair, here is some information to help you get it done quickly, professionally, and economically.
How Much Do Common Air Conditioner Repairs Cost?
Here are some common types of air conditioner problems and their average associated costs:
- Refrigerant leak detection and repair: $225-$1600
- AC refrigerant recharge: $160-$400
- Circuit board replacement: $120-$600
- Replace fuses, circuit breakers or relays: $15-$300
- Thermostat replacement: $60-$250
- Compressor hard start kit: $100-$250
- Capacitor or contactor replacement: $90-$400
- Compressor replacement: $1350-$1800, depending on size and type
- Evaporator coil replacement: $650-$1200
- Condensing unit fan motor replacement: $100-$300
- Condensate pump replacement: $90-$250
A troubleshooting service call can vary from $75 to $180, depending largely on your geographical location and the time of year in which the call occurs. The time of HVAC professionals is at a premium during the hot summer months.”*
Whatever repair you need, you can rest assured that you are getting the best price when you choose PHX Air Conditioning Repair.
How do we know?
Because we GUARANTEE it.
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Even though we offer the best price, we feel it important to convey that this is not necessarily the only concern you should have when choosing an AC Repairman.
Experience and the parts they carry are also important.
I don’t know about you, but i can’t turn on the TV without seeing another commercial for HVAC or Refrigeration School. All year long these schools churn out new ac repairman. And those repairman have to go somewhere. Usually, that’s your house. Now, we’re not saying that new techs are bad (we were all new at some point.)
But, you should know that many companies bill by the hour, and inexperience will lead to longer repairs and that equates to bigger bills for you.
Also, experience is what teaches us what tools we need to carry and what parts must always be on our trucks. Not having the right tools & parts on hand will result in a trip to the warehouse, and this equates to more time without AC for you.
We’re a family-owned business, and we’ve been doing this for 50 years. We have all the best tools, and carry hundreds of thousands of dollars in parts on our trucks. We’ll get your air conditioner repaired right-the first time out.