If your AC’s in need of repairs, Cooper’s got your fix. With talented techs and fully-stocked trucks standing by, we can have your AC repaired with no additional follow-up as early as the same day you call.
How much does an AC repair cost in Denver?
A homeowner’s future comfort and convenience is our highest priority for every AC repair. That means we invest more time and energy to ensuring the same issue doesn’t resurface again for years – if ever. While other contractors can get their foot in the door with a lower-cost repair, chances are they’ll be back at your home months later repairing the same issue.
Other than the contractor you hire, the main factors that dictate the cost of your AC repair include:
The need for replacement parts. Not all repairs require replacement parts. When parts are required however, our team has them on hand to complete the repair. Because we purchase these parts directly from AC manufacturers, it costs us less to buy them outright. We then pass those savings on to our customers.
Accessibility of the system. System accessibility factors into the labor costs of a job. An outdoor AC unit that’s easy for our techs to reach and repair takes much less time than, say, an AC in a cluttered attic crawl space.
Whether your warranty is valid. A valid warranty is hugely beneficial to homeowners because it protects them against paying for certain parts, labor hours, or both. Investing in an extended warranty can increase that protection for years, usually right when you need those warranties the most!
Our AC repair process
Your technician will arrive on schedule, greet you at your door and perform a thorough diagnostic of your AC. After the diagnostic is complete, you’ll have a chance to review your fixed-price estimate before your tech gets to work.
Your tech will get right to work on the repair, making sure nothing is missed during the process. After the repair is complete, the technician will test the AC thoroughly and answer any final questions you may have.
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 lifespan of a modern AC units is around 10-12 years. Beyond this point, system repairs become more frequent and expensive, energy bills rise and home comfort can decline rapidly.
Consider replacing your air conditioner if:
Santosh arrived timely following phone notification. He was courteous, efficient, and professional. He explained what he was doing and why, answered all my questions, and provided useful information concerning available enhancements. Santos is also personable. That thus far has been true of each of your employees.
- Tom T.| Denver homeowner