AC Repair Coral Springs
Tri-County AC Repair Coral Springs understands that air conditioners often fail at very inconvenient times. With that in mind, we have emergency service available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; and we never charge extra fees for nights, weekends or holiday service.
No matter what time of day, you can count on us to respond quickly and reliably with our 60 minute response times. Our certified technicians are trained to perform a complete analysis of your AC system and efficiently diagnose any problem you may have. We’ll discuss the options we’ve come up with and work together to get your Air Conditioning system back up and running. Our trucks stock hundreds of parts to service all brands of AC units. That means that Tri-County AC Repair Coral Springs can complete nearly any job right on the spot, saving you time, money and more importantly, the unbearable heat.
“We provide our customers with a 12 month warranty on all labor performed and we never charge extra fees for nights, weekends or holiday emergency service.” – Tri-County AC
Tri-County AC Repair Coral Springs is the best solution when it comes to both routine and emergency service on your heating and cooling system. We’re dedicated to showing you what makes us the premier HVAC company in South Florida. But, don’t take our word for it. See what our customers have to save in our Customer Reviews.
We consistently get 4 and 5 star ratings from all over Coral Springs. We even have money saving coupons at the top of this page that can be combined with additional savings on our Coupons Page. Don’t forget to check our FAQ section were there are tons of money saving tips to keep your FPL bill down and your AC up and running. Did you know that there are even Federal Tax Credits available when you purchase a new AC unit and switch to a more energy efficient? We look forward to hearing from you and providing you the best Air Conditioning Repair in Coral Springs.
Air Conditioning Repair in Coral Springs
Did you know: Coral Springs is named after the development company that planned it’s development. That company was called Coral Ridge Properties but is now called WCI Communities. Other names that were considered for the city included “Curran Village,” “Pompano Springs” and “Quartermore”. (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coral_Springs,_Florida)