Emergency Air Conditioning Repair

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A/C Repairs

We understand how frustrating it can be when your AC isn’t working properly, especially in Florida during the hot summer months, but we’re here for you when it happens. Our team of friendly, expert technicians will accurately diagnose your A/C unit’s issues and fix the problem quickly so you can get back to feeling cool and comfortable in no time.

A/C Repair Technician For:

Here are some of the most common air conditioning issues our customers run into.
Whatever the problem is with your unit, our experienced technicians will find it and take care of it.
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A/C Isn’t Turning On

We take the time to find the cause of your A/C trouble.

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A/C Is Running But No Air Is Coming Out

The cause behind this may be a tripped circuit breaker, a worn blower belt, or low refrigerant levels.

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A/C Is Blowing But Air Is Not Cool

The cause behind this may be a tripped circuit breaker, a worn blower belt, or low refrigerant levels.

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Air Conditioner Trips Circuit Breaker Repeatedly

If your A/C is tripping a fuse every time it turns on, this may be due to poor A/C installation or faulty wiring.

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Hot Air Is Blowing

There may be a few reasons why your A/C is blowing hot air instead of cool air. These may include low refrigerant levels or refrigerant leaks, dirty air filter, clogged ducts, or debris in your compressor.

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A/C Leaking Water

If you notice any condensation outside your unit or leaking water, contact our team to take care of the issue. The cause may be worn lines and connections, blocked drainage pipes, or issues with condensate pumps.

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Ice Around the A/C Condenser Coil

If your A/C coil is freezing, your system is working too hard. Potential causes include a dirty air filter, blocked condenser unit, or issues with the blower fan or ducts.

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A/C Is Making Weird Noises

Are you hearing squealing, grinding, or other noises out of nowhere? You may have issues with the belt or motor bearings.

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A/C Is Running Constantly

An A/C that runs constantly is one of the most common A/C issues and should be handled right away, especially if you want to avoid higher energy bills. While it’s common in higher temperatures for your air conditioning unit to run more often, it should still turn off every now and then. Common causes include electrical issues or problems with the thermostat, air filter, or compressor.

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A/C Leaking Refrigerant

If you notice any bright-colored stains near your A/C unit, turn off the unit immediately to avoid serious damage to the compressor and give us a call. This could be caused by holes or cracks in the evaporator coils.

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A/C Keeps Turning On and Off

If your unit isn’t completing a full cooling cycle – known as short cycling – you’ll want to give us a call right away, as this is a serious issue that could damage the compressor, the most expensive part of the unit to replace. The problem could be dirty or clogged air filters, miscalibrated thermostats, or a unit that’s too powerful for the square footage of your home.

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Burning Smell or Strange Odors Coming from A/C

If you notice a burning smell, turn off the A/C right away, as there may be wiring issues or a clogged air filter may have caused the system to overheat. Mildew smells may mean there’s a drainage issue.

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A/C Is Not Cooling

If you notice your unit running but temperatures are still high, there may be a blocked or clogged condenser coil in the condenser unit.

Brands We Repair

We repair ALL A/Cs. Here are some of the most
common brands we find our customers have:
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Ruud

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Rheem

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Trane

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American Standard

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FAQs

What could be wrong with my A/C?

If your A/C system is failing to cool your home or is obviously not working properly, there are a number of potential issues that could be the cause. These include:

  • Low refrigerant or refrigerant line leak
  • Frozen evaporator coils
  • Dirty condenser coils on your outside unit
  • Fan problems
  • Holes or leaks in your ductwork
  • Improperly calibrated thermostat
  • A clogged line or drain

Luckily, regular tune-ups can prevent these issues or detect them early on before they cause emergencies. If you notice your A/C isn’t cooling your home properly or any other issues, give our Clearwater, Florida A/C experts a call and we’ll diagnose and handle the problem quickly.

How do I keep my A/C in good condition?

The best way to keep your A/C unit functioning properly is by taking preventative measures. Here are our top recommendations for ensuring your AC unit operates efficiently without issues.

  • Replace your filters regularly.
  • Install a programmable thermostat which can help you save energy due to their precision and ability to be controlled remotely via smartphone technology.
  • Have an HVAC expert inspect your ductwork and repair any holes.
  • Clear away debris from the outdoor unit, known as the condenser.
  • Get biannual tune-ups in the spring and fall or monthly maintenance service.
What should you set your A/C thermostat at?

We all have our own preferences for setting the temperature in our home. During the summer it’s common to set it at 75 to 78 degrees. The lower the thermostat setting, the higher your energy usage will be, but you’ll also reduce the risk of mold growth, which is especially important in Florida. We highly recommend a programmable thermostat, which can be programmed to keep your system off while you’re away from your home and turn on just in time for your home to be cool when you return.

Should I repair or replace my A/C unit?

When facing expensive repairs, it’s not uncommon to wonder whether or not it’s worth investing the money in your current A/C unit or in a new unit, especially if you have an older air conditioner.

Today’s A/C units are far more efficient than they used to be, so more often than not, it’s a good idea to replace your old one if you have the money. Depending on the model and SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio), you could save 35% to 65% off your power bill, which means you can earn your money back in as soon as just a couple of years. However, if you’re planning on moving soon, then it may make more financial sense to repair your unit instead. While a new A/C system can increase the value of your home, it won’t increase it by the full cost of the unit.

We recommend replacing if your unit:

  • Is 12 years or older and needs more than $500 worth of repairs
  • Is 16 years old or older
  • Needs more than $2,500 worth of repairs
  • Has a SEER of 8 or less and you plan on living in your home for a while

We recommend repairing your unit if:

  • Your unit is less than 5 years old as long as it doesn’t need more than $2,500 in repairs
  • You plan to move within the next couple of years
  • Your unit already has a SEER of at least 13

Air Conditioning Repair Near Me

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Our air condition did not work anymore and it looked like it was the end of it. But they worked and finally found a solution. Now it is running wonderful again. Thank you so much!!!

Cornelia Lahmann  

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This was my first time using Poulin Cooling. They did an amazing job at fixing our AC. The team was super professional. They arrived on time and made sure the AC was fixed and running before leaving. I felt like the team really cared about me as a client. So much so I ended up purchasing a yearly Maintenance plan through them.

Marilyn Sheppard  

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Marcus and his team are excellent. Called them with a problem Tuesday night, and Yencid was there first thing the following morning. He fixed it right the first time. Complete professionals. This company is fantastic.

Christian Gerbick  

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Two days ago, 30 gallons of water came crashing down into my home. The last day or so would of been much worse if it wasn’t for Marcus and his crew at Poulin Cooling! These folks are knowledgeable in their trade, AND fairly priced. They even pointed me in the right direction for no out-of-pocket damage to my home! THANK YOU!!!!

Carly Mitchell  

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They did a great job! Came out fast, fixed the problem and educated me so I could help prevent future issues like this from happening. They are the best!

Rafferty Pendery  

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1660 N. Hercules Ave. Suite I, Clearwater, FL 33765
License CAC181990

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