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Is Your Air Conditioning Not Cooling The Way It Should?...

In Florida, when your air conditioning breaks, it’s a miserable problem. You hope that you’re just imagining that it’s getting hotter, patiently waiting for your A/C to “kick-in.” You turn it on and off, hear the sound of air blowing, hoping that it will get cooler. But, instead, nothing, still no cold air! In the meantime, your house gets hotter, as the heat becomes more oppressive. And, as your A/C tries to do its job, you’re needlessly wasting electricity.

It’s not your fault. Even if you’ve changed your A/C filters regularly, problems can and do still occur. Florida, with it’s constant heat and humidity, is brutal on Air Conditioning systems, especially during the summer months when you need your A/C unit the most.






Fast Response Comfort Teams

Our trained, EPA certified technicians are phone-dispatched and have diagnostic equipment and fully stocked vans to perform A/C service, maintenance and repairs for you anytime you need them.

Our Fast Response Comfort Teams Are Prompt and Repairs Are Done Correctly The First Time!...

Our technicians are EPA-certified and properly trained. They have the expertise to quickly diagnose any problems, recommend the best service and complete the job quickly and effectively. We keep all of our vans fully stocked with parts to help ensure that your air conditioning system is up and running again in the shortest time possible. Every one of our Fast Response Comfort Teams are connected to our phone dispatch service, so we can quickly send the service team that’s nearest to you and provide the service you need fast. We service all brands, residential and commercial. All of our A/C services are fast, effective and affordable and are backed by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) Has Determined That Coastal Climate Experts Meets BBB Accreditation Standards



  • Build Trust – Establish and maintain a positive track record in the marketplace
  • Advertise Honestly – Adhere to established standards of advertising and selling
  • Tell The Truth – Honestly represent products and services, including clear and adequate disclosures of all material terms
  • Be Transparent – Openly identify the nature, location, and ownership of the business, and clearly disclose all policies, guarantees and procedures that bear on a customer’s decision to buy
  • Honor Promises – Abide by all written agreements and verbal representations
  • Be Responsive – Address marketplace disputes quickly, professionally, and in good faith
  • Safeguard Privacy – Protect any data collected against mishandling and fraud, collect personal information only as needed, and respect the preferences of customers regarding the use of their information
  • Embody Integrity – Approach all business dealings, marketplace transactions and commitments with integrity

I needed an entire new A/C system and I had an amazing experience getting the system installed by CCE. I received 5 other quotes for the 4 ton system and CCE was the lowest price of all of them. Surprisingly, they were also the most professional and knowledgeable company that I spoke with as well. During the system installation I worked closely with the owner via phone, text and email to set up meeting and inspection times. The quality of work and attention to detail was amazing. The air-handler was installed on a new stand that was sheet rocked, painted and trimmed with molding. The Payne product has been performing perfectly since installation and came with a great warranty. I am extremely pleased with my experience and strongly recommend CCE to anyone looking for a new system install or service.

When You Use Coastal Climate Experts For Your A/C Service You'll Benefit From:

  • Emergency A/C repair service available for you at a moment’s notice to service your A/C at a time that’s most convenient for you
  • Fully stocked vans for on-the-spot service and repairs so you don’t have to wait any longer than necessary for the parts to get your A/C cooling again
  • Advanced diagnostic equipment for quick, accurate assessment ensuring your A/C gets the right service the first time, so you don’t have call back for the same A/C issues over and over again
  • Phone-dispatched service teams for up-to-the-minute service requests in your area so you stop calling around to get a technician working on your A/C as soon as possible
  • Trained, EPA Certified technicians eliminate guess work for faster repairs so you can get on with your day, instead of spending unnecessary time waiting for someone who’s “trying” to service your A/C
  • Trane Comfort Specialist – as part of the Trane family, we are up to date on the latest Trane technology and meet Trane’s strict quality and customer satisfaction standards

Technicians are knowledgeable and professional. They made an “emergency” call late on a Friday afternoon and got the job done for a very fair price. Returned the next day to check the system and top off refrigerant. These guys fix what needs to be fixed – nothing more, nothing less. Overall, very positive experience.

Coastal Climate Experts installed a new air conditioning systems for us and did a great job. They went above and beyond what we expected and did a quality job for a reasonable price. We have referred them to many friends and family and we’ll definitely use them again if we ever need A/C service in the future.

I had Coastal Climate Experts install my entire A/C system and air handlers and they did an excellent job. They were even able to install a hot water heater for me on the same day. They have fantastic customer service and I wouldn’t hesitate to do business with them again!

We Service All A/C Brands, Residential and Commercial - Here's What You Get With Every Job:


  • EPA Certified technicians – we’ll only put properly trained technicians to work on your air conditioning system
  • Flat-rate pricing – you’ll know how much it will cost before proceeding with service
  • Flexible Low Interest Financing – take advantage of our favorable financing to ensure you never have to sacrifice your comfort due to budget
  • Accurate diagnosis – we’ll diagnose your A/C issue up front and recommend exactly what you should do next
  • 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed on every job – you’ll get a warranty and insurance on all the A/C services we provide to you


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Frequently Asked Questions:

Here are answers to some of the most commonly asked questions

Why does my air conditioner keep turning on and off?

The proper operation of an air conditioner is a function of the total thermal load in the livable area as well as the user established thermostat setting. The system engages when a sensor activates a relay as the indoor temperature exceeds the predefined thermostat threshold.
An air conditioning system that is cycling too often is usually a result of one of the following conditions:

  • Faulty Thermostat: A thermostat serves as the interface between the homeowner and their air conditioning system. If the sensor or another internal component fails, the thermostat may repeatedly activate the relay regardless of the actual load demand.
  • Improper Design: Contractors who select air conditioning equipment without running a complete set of load calculations usually oversize the system in order to avoid complaints of inadequate cooling during extreme heat. Unfortunately, this condition often results in short cycling since the capacity of the unit exceeds the load demand. The air conditioner turns on and off repeatedly, degrading humidity control and reducing indoor comfort.
  • Electrical Problems: Short cycling can also be caused by a problem in the equipment’s electrical system. This condition often emerges as a result of a faulty capacitor or an issue with the supply line itself. Air conditioners operate at high voltage, so electrical problems should always be addressed by a licensed HVAC contractor.

Why does my air conditioner leak water?

Condensation is a natural byproduct of the cooling process and the refrigeration cycle. Dehumidification is a normal function of a central air conditioning system, and it helps keep the indoor environment comfortable and healthy.

When an HVAC system is working properly, condensate moisture collects in a drain pan located under the evaporator coil. The system is installed in a way that allows the water to flow down a condensate pipe and eventually exit the home. Any water that begins to accumulate near the air handler should be immediately addressed by an HVAC contractor. Water is corrosive and can shorten the service life of the evaporator coil, heat exchanger and other critical internal parts.

The most common condensation-related problems include:

  • Cracked Drain Pan: Some manufacturers incorporate a plastic drain pan in their coil assemblies. Cracks in the pan are common and can result from rough handling during shipping or installation. Older pans can also crack from age and temperature stress.
  • Clogged Drain Pipe: Over time, water that drains from the pan will carry sediment and other debris through the drain pipe, which may eventually cause a restriction and clog. Unaddressed obstructions can cause the condensate to back up and overflow from the drain pain. A clogged drain pipe may also lead to serious mold and indoor air quality issues.

Any crack in a drain pipe or drain pan should be repaired immediately, especially if a pipe is leaking inside an interior wall. Signs of a cracked condensate pipe or pan include water marks on a drywall surface or accumulated water on the floor.

My air conditioner keeps freezing up. What does it mean?

When the evaporator coil in an air conditioning system freezes up, it is an indication that superheat and sub-cool may be out of balance. There are two common problems that are most often associated with an iced coil.

  • Insufficient Air Flow: A dragging motor, dirty blower wheel, clogged filters, obstructed ductwork or inadequate fan speed can all reduce the air flow across the evaporator coil. When the volume of air is insufficient, the energy transfer process is degraded and the temperature across the coil drops below freezing. In particular, high efficiency filters must be evaluated for excessive static pressure restrictions.
  • Low Refrigerant: When a system is low on refrigerant, the evaporator coil becomes too cold, which negatively impacts the efficiency of the heat transfer process until ice begins to accumulate. The ice serves as an insulator that continues to degrade the performance of the system until it eventually stops functioning completely. A regular equipment maintenance program helps ensure that the system will always have a proper refrigerant charge, and any leaks in the system will be promptly repaired by a certified HVAC technician.

Do you provide Freon replacement?

Refrigerant can be added to an existing system, but the process is becoming increasingly problematic. Since a link was established between CFCs and the depletion of the ozone layer in the 1970s, world governments have worked to phase out common refrigerants including R-22. In fact, R-22 is no longer used in modern HVAC equipment manufacturing, and it is scheduled to be completely phased out by 2020.

As R-22 becomes increasingly scarce, prices have risen in anticipation of a very limited supply. The price of R-22 has increased by 500 percent since 2003, and some areas have seen prices quadruple in the last six months.

For many homeowners with R-22 based equipment, failing to repair a refrigerant leak will no longer make financial sense. It may prove to be cost prohibitive to continue to repair aging or obsolete R-22 systems that repeatedly malfunction. Modern air conditioners use R-410A refrigerant, which is not interchangeable with R-22 because of differences in operating pressures.

R-410A has superior thermal transfer properties, which serve to enhance efficiency and lower energy costs. Replacing an R-22 system with a new R-410A based unit can help mitigate the rising expense of equipment service and refrigerant replacement.

What are the benefits of a tune-up for my HVAC system?

When performed by Coastal Climate Experts, seasonal tune-ups can provide a variety of important benefits including:

  • Better Indoor Comfort: Performance issues can significantly degrade total comfort. Obstructions in the ductwork, low refrigerant levels and loaded filters will compromise system capacity and negatively impact humidity control.
  • Lower Energy Costs: While conducting a variety of inspections and tests, technicians will calibrate the HVAC system back to the original manufacturer’s specifications. Improving system performance helps increase equipment efficiency, which results in lower monthly utility costs. Certified service techs are also qualified to identify other energy deficits such as inadequate insulation, envelope gaps and duct leakage.
  • Lower Repair Costs: Maintenance programs are designed primarily to ensure the uninterrupted performance of the HVAC system. Tune-ups help locate worn or stressed components before they actually fail. An unexpected malfunction can be disruptive and costly, especially during severe weather when many contractors are dealing with a significant service call backlog.
  • Extended Equipment Life: HVAC systems that are properly maintained will accumulate fewer runtime hours when compared to equipment that is neglected. Internal components that are dirty, worn or clogged must work longer and harder to meet the cumulative indoor load. Regular maintenance helps lower the total stress and wear on motors, belts, fans and other moving parts, which can extend the useable service life of the system.
  • Improved Safety: A cracked heat exchanger or broken flue pipe can degrade efficiency and may prove to be deadly. Factory trained technicians inspect and test all safety controls and confirm that critical system components are functioning correctly.

How often should I replace my filters and why?

The simple answer is once a month for cheap fiberglass filters and quarterly for high-efficiency filters. However, regular inspections are recommended, and dirty filters should always be changed regardless of the service interval.

Central HVAC filters are designed to capture and remove particulate matter from the air stream while the HVAC system is engaged. MERV ratings determine the quantity and size of the particulate matter the filter is capable of trapping over a given number of passes. Over time, the filter loads up with a considerable quantity of hair, dander, dirt, and dust. HEPA filters are even more efficient and can trap contaminants down to .3 microns in diameter.

When the filter becomes clogged, the system must work harder to satisfy the thermostat call, which can eventually lead to a failure in the blower motor, heat exchanger or compressor. A dirty filter will also add to utility costs since the system remains active for longer periods. Filters that are completely blocked may lead to inadequate air movement, and rooms at the far end of the duct network may not receive any conditioned air at all.

It is particularly important to inspect high-efficiency filters regularly since they will accumulate pollutants that are not visible to the naked eye. Reusable filters should also be cleaned at least on a quarterly basis in a solution recommended by the manufacturer.

How long should my air conditioner last?

The service life of a central air conditioner is affected by a variety of factors including accumulated runtime hours, system contamination and adherence to a regular maintenance schedule. The average lifespan for a typical modern air conditioner is 12-15 years, but units exposed to extreme summer heat and humidity may only last 10 years or less. In particular, air conditioners operating in the south and southwest are regularly subjected to extreme operating stress, which may significantly reduce the lifecycle of the equipment.

Since dirt, debris and a low refrigerant charge are responsible for the majority of premature failures, it is important to have your air conditioning equipment servicedon a regular basis. Factory trained and NATE certified technicians provide a variety of important services including cleaning the coils, changing filters, adding refrigerant, lubricating moving parts and testing vital components. In addition to extending equipment life, routine maintenance will lower operating costs and improve indoor comfort.

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Put us to work for you today and get:

  • EPA Certified technicians – we’ll only put properly trained technicians to work on your air conditioning system
  • Flat-rate pricing – you’ll know how much it will cost before proceeding with service
  • Accurate diagnosis – we’ll diagnose your A/C issue up front and recommend exactly what you should do next
  • 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed on every job – you’ll get a warranty and insurance on all the A/C services we provide to you

Call Now And You Can Get a FREE Service Call With Any Repair

With any paid repair ($79 value) Mon-Fri 8am-5pm