Keep your Home Cool with Carolina Comfort’s AC Repairs
South Carolina’s summers get incredibly hot, so if your AC isn’t working, indoor temperatures quickly become unbearable. Minor problems from tripped breakers to insufficient cooling can escalate into major disasters, and you could end up with no air conditioning at all.
That’s why at Carolina Comfort, we offer AC repairs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Since opening our doors in 1992, we’ve diagnosed and repaired every make and model around. No matter the problem, big or small, we’ve got you covered.
Air conditioning repairs at prices you can afford
Accurate Quotes, No Hidden Fees
AC units can let you down when you least expect it. Often it only takes a new filter or a simple adjustment to the thermostat settings to get it going. But sometimes you need central air repairs from a professional. Call us if you notice any of these symptoms:
- Loud, strange noises
- AC unit not turning on
- Circuit breakers tripping
- Weak airflow
- Foul odors
- Leaking or low refrigerant
- AC unit not cooling
- Shaking or vibrating from the outside unit
You don’t have to choose between comfort and costs when you call Carolina Comfort.
We deal with faulty AC units all the time. Our quotes are accurate with no hidden charges, so you know you can afford to get the work done.
When you need home AC repairs, we’ll be there
No matter the time, day or night
Arriving home on a hot day, to an even hotter home is a nightmare. Especially if you have elderly parents or young kids to worry about. That’s why we offer a 24/7 emergency AC repair service across South Carolina. We’ll get your AC system back up and running in no time, so you don’t have to worry about:
- Unbearable temperatures
- Sleepless nights
- Insufferable days
- Unhappy households
Our vans are fully stocked with parts for all AC systems. We’ve even got a 16,000 sq. ft warehouse right here in South Carolina, brimming with replacement parts designed to keep your home cool and comfortable. No matter the time, day or night, we’re here to help.
Carolina Comfort for an air conditioning service you can trust
It can be hard to find an AC repair company you trust, let alone one that doesn’t charge excessive prices when you’re in a fix. But our company was built on honesty, integrity, and excellent service. When you call Carolina Comfort, you’ll have access to:
- Affordable prices
- Accurate estimates with no hidden costs
- A reliable team you can count on
- Decades of Service Technician experience diagnosing and repairing AC units
As a local business providing residential and commercial AC repairs, we’re part of your community. Our team holds unlimited mechanical contractor licenses in multiple states, and a mechanical construction manager’s license here in South Carolina. So, whatever problem you have, we’ll help you fix it.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the most common issues with air conditioners?
Though AC units can fail on many different components, we come across a few common issues during air conditioning repairs and maintenance:
- Blown capacitors
- Refrigerant leaks
- Electric control failure
- Drainage problems
- Inadequate maintenance
- Clogged/dirty filters
- Fan and sensor problems
- Frozen evaporator coils
- Clogged drains
- Dirty condenser coils
What should I check when my AC is not cooling?
If your AC isn’t cooling, check this list to see if there’s a simple fix to your problem:
- Dirty/clogged filters
- Tripped breakers
- Blown fuses
- Thermostat settings
- Cracks in ductwork
- Condenser blocked by debris
Any other problems need a qualified professional to perform repairs, so it’s best to give us a call to see how we can help.
Why is my AC running, but not cooling?
There are various reasons why your AC is running, but not cooling. These include:
- Dirty filters
- Low refrigerant
- Blocked condenser
- Compressor problems
Should I turn off my AC if it is not cooling?
Yes, it’s best to turn the unit off. Without knowing what’s causing the issue, damage can take place if it’s left running. Small problems can quickly escalate, and what would have been an easy fix, could turn into a full, new installation of your AC system.
How cold should the air coming from the AC be?
It can vary depending on the temperature outside, due to a process known as evaporative cooling. But the general consensus is between 14-20 degrees cooler than the intake temperature.
Cool your home with Carolina Comfort
AC repairs can be a simple, quick fix or quite difficult to diagnose. Whatever problems you’re having, you can count on our honest, reliable, and efficient team to bring your air conditioning system back to life.