Air Conditioner Repair Pros in Pittsburgh Without the Bad Habits

Tired of scammy techs ripping you off? Call our AC repair pros instead. We train 'em right—for 10,000 hours.

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How it works

Your AC repair in 3 simple steps

1) Schedule an appointment

Schedule online or call (412) 651-3941 to get the ball rollin'. Our Pittsburgh area pros are here for you 24/7.

2) See pricing upfront

Your AC tech will ask you a few questions to quickly find the root problem. Once found, you'll get repair options and the pricing for each before any work begins. No surprises. No sticker shock. No pressure.

3) Get your AC fixed today

Ready to sign off? Great. Your tech will have all the parts they need in their truck to fix your air conditioner ASAP. Did we mention that we always clean up before we leave?

Average time to fix an AC: 45 minutes to 2 hours


Cost to repair an AC unit in Pittsburgh

  • Low: $199
  • Average: $450
  • High: $1,500+

Common AC repairs in Pittsburgh

  • Contractor replacement: $199-$399
  • Capacitor: $199-$599
  • Blower motor replacement: $499-$1,599
  • Compressor replacement: $800-$2,500

Want an accurate price?

Schedule an in-home diagnosis, which is FREE if you get the repair.


Solid Steel Guarantee

After your AC repair, we'll call you to make sure you're happy with the work. If you aren't, let us know. We'll use all our might to make it right.


Want to fix it yourself? Try these tips:

  • Ensure your thermostat is in the "cool" position.
  • Check the AC's circuit breaker and see if it has switched to "OFF". If so, switch that sucker back to "ON".
  • Make sure the the outdoor "disconnect switch" on your outdoor unit is in the "ON" position. (In most Pittsburgh area homes, the disconnect switch is usually a small metal grey box mounted on a wall near the Air conditioner's outdoor unit.)
  • Change your filter if it's dirty. A filthy filter blocks airflow to the AC unit, which can eventually cause the Air conditioner to shut down.
  • Unblock and open any supply vents, the metal grates where the conditioned air comes out.