The air conditioning repair costs listing below are for reference only.
$225 – $1600: Refrigerant Leak Detection and Repair.
$260 – $750: AC Refrigerant Recharge (Type, amount, etc varies)
$120 – $590: Control Circuit Boards (Depends on availability in most cases)
$75 – $290: Fuses, Circuit Breakers or Relays
$110 – $400: Capacitors and/or Contactor
$250 – $500: Hard Start Kits / Power Pack Boosters
$125 – $470: New Thermostat
$200 – $625: Outdoor Condensing Unit Fan Motor
$75 – $250: Condensate Drain Line Flush or Repair
$200 – $650: Copper Lineset Repairs or Replacement (may include refrigerant)
$1350 – $2300: Compressor Replacement (Size and type variables)
$1900 – $2900: Replacement Condensing Unit Coil (Not evap coil)
$425 – $900: Cased or Uncased Evaporator Coil
$350 – $850: Evaporator Coil Drain pan (If available)
$250 – $575: Metal or Plastic Drain Pans
$240 – $450: Condensate Pump Replacement
$450 - $750: Condneser fan motor
Disclaimer: The air conditioning repair costs listing below are for reference only. Not all air conditioning repair companies have the same pricing, overhead or hourly rate. Comfort Time Heating & Cooling repair prices are subjected to change and the air conditioning repair prices listed below are an example only of what air conditioning repair companies charge to repair the most common air conditioning systems.
We list the most common air conditioning repair cost for your home. Use the list of air conditioning repair cost to compare what your air conditioning repair contractor is charging to fix your unit.
Remember: Always ask questions when you call an air conditioning repair company to fix your system. Some of the questions that you should as: