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  Top Quality Air Conditioning Repair In Toronto 

Our AC repair expert technicians repair all makes and models!


Upfront Flat Rate Pricing - No Hidden Charges

We will tell you how much your home heating repairs will cost before the work begins.

24/7 Support, 365 Days A Year

We answer the phone, whenever you call. And we’re always ready to send a furnace professional to your door fast.

All Work Fully Guaranteed

90 Days Labour Coverage & 1-year parts coverage (Applied to the original Problem Only)

Charge Credit Back

We will credit you back the Full Labour charge when you buy the furnace from us within 5 days.

Future Replacement Credit

We will apply 50% labour credit to the future system replacement           

Common Signs of Air Conditioning Problems

  1. Warm or Weak Airflow If your air conditioning unit is blowing warm or weak airflow, it may indicate a problem with the compressor, fan motor, or refrigerant levels. Low refrigerant levels can cause the air conditioning unit to blow warm air, while a malfunctioning compressor or fan motor can cause weak airflow.

  2. Strange Noises If you hear strange noises coming from your air conditioning unit, such as grinding, banging, or rattling, it may indicate a problem with the fan motor or compressor. Ignoring these noises can cause further damage to the unit and result in more expensive repairs.

  3. Foul Odors If your air conditioning unit is emitting a foul odor, it may indicate a buildup of mold or mildew in the system. This can be caused by a clogged air filter, dirty condenser coils, or a blocked drain line.

  4. High Energy Bills If your energy bills are higher than usual, it may indicate that your air conditioning unit is not functioning efficiently. This can be caused by a clogged air filter, low refrigerant levels, or a malfunctioning compressor.


Replace Your Filter

A dirty or clogged air filter can cause your air conditioning system to work harder, which can lead to decreased performance and increased energy consumption. Check your air filter and replace it if it's dirty or clogged. If the filter is reusable, clean it thoroughly and reinstall it.

Check Your Thermostat

Turn the thermostat to ‘cool’ and set the temperature between 21-24 °C.  Make sure the thermostat is set to the desired temperature and that it's functioning properly. If it's a programmable thermostat, check the settings to ensure they're correct.

Check Service Switches

Ensure they haven’t been turned off by accident. -Loose or corroded electrical connections can cause your air conditioning unit to malfunction or fail altogether. Check the electrical connections and tighten or clean them if necessary. 

Refrigerant Levels

Low refrigerant levels can cause your air conditioning unit to blow warm air or not function at all. Check the refrigerant levels and refill if necessary. However, refrigerant should only be handled by a licensed HVAC Company or technician.

Check the Outdoor Air Conditioner Unit

The outdoor unit is responsible for releasing heat from the refrigerant. Check the unit for any debris or obstruction that may be blocking the airflow. If the unit appears to be dirty, clean it with a soft brush and a garden hose.


Air conditioning problems are more common than you think, especially during hot days and nights. Plus, as air conditioners age, they tend to need repairs and maintenance more frequently.

  • Change your furnace filter every three months, or according to the recommendations.

  • Replace the thermostat battery every two years.

  • Don't close most of the Registers trying to save energy. Don’t’ block the Furnace Return Air. It strains the system and causes more wear and tear.

  • Keep the area around your furnace unit clear.

  • Schedule an annual Cooling inspection with a Qualified HVAC Technicians.

Learn more about Air Conditioner Maintenance and Tune-Up
and schedule air conditioner repairs and air conditioner maintenance with a technically trained ac repair company.



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