Call the Cooper Green Team and take your comfort back fast. Known for our reliable workmanship and unmatched first-time fix rates, we can have your AC back up and running in no time–almost always on the same day.
How much does an AC repair cost in Colorado Springs?
Any contractor can repair a AC. Not every contractor will bother to invest in that AC’s future. At Cooper, the goal is to ensure your repair dollars go farther. That means completing the repair of course. But it also means increasing comfort, maximizing system efficiency and above all, ensuring the same problem doesn’t happen again for years – if ever.
Other than the contractor you hire, the main factors that dictate the cost of your AC repair include:
The need for replacement parts. From time to time an individual part will fail in an AC and will have to be replaced. That does add to the total cost of the repair. The good news is these part replacements happen much less often with just one annual AC cleaning and maintenance visit.
Accessibility of the system. Some AC units are tougher to reach and make repairs to than others. If accessibility is limited, the tech will need a bit more time to reach it and make the repairs you need, which can add to final invoice price.
Whether your warranty is valid. Nothing beats a valid parts or labor warranty (or better yet, both!) at lowering the cost of a repair. If you’re not sure whether your AC warranties are valid, don’t worry. A technician can help determine whether your existing system is protected.
Our AC repair process
Once the technician has arrived and introduced themselves, the next step is a proper diagnostic. Our AC diagnostics are thorough, precise and always honest. The end result is a fixed-price invoice you can trust.
The technician will get right to work on the repair, making sure to protect your home’s flooring with drop cloths and keep shoe covers on whenever they’re in your home.
Cooper technicians have an unrivaled first-time fix rate when it comes to AC repairs. So you can rest easy knowing that you won’t have to call us out for the same repair for a very long time, if ever.
Should I repair or replace my air conditioner?
The average air conditioner today runs smoothly for about 10-12 years. After that first decade, system repairs become more frequent and expensive, energy bills rise and home comfort can decline rapidly.
Consider replacing your air conditioner if:
Cooper showed up on time, were friendly, and got right to work. I enjoyed the crew, they let me watch them work (i am DIYer). They did a great job…I liked their attention to detail.
- Gary M.| Colorado Springs homeowner