Air Conditioner Repair

Our Air Conditioning services

Air Conditioner Repair

We are your professional and trusted Air Conditioner Repair team in Edmonton and surrounding areas. We are highly trained and have integrity in our workmanship. Our motto is to  choose the best products for our customers and not use the brands that will keep us coming back to repair.

We offer a lifetime service guarantee. If it is not fixed right the first time we come back and make it right for no additional charge.

Choose Hot To Cold for your Air Conditioning Repair needs.

We offer service calls right to your door in an hour. When you call to book we offer a rapid response time and always include free estimates.



Our pricing is honest and forthright

After diagnosing what the issues may be with your air cooling system we will provide you with an honest quote that gives you the options to get your air conditioning system up and running with no hidden costs. We only recommend the best solutions. Nothing extra is added keeping in line with our core value, integrity.

When we show up to the job we have all the tools we need to complete the repair

You can trust that we have everything we need to be efficient and effective, using only the highest quality parts. We pride ourselves on fixing your AC system the right way the first time.

We service and repair all major brands that are used today

If you need repair on your air conditioning system, we either have on hand or get the parts needed and make it work seamlessly.

We offer a 10-year parts and labour warranty on every AC installation

It is important to us to match the integrity of the products we use to repair your system. Keeprite and Comfortmaker are reliable brands and that is why we partner with them, making them our go to.

Our 5 star service is proved by our numerous 5 star google reviews.

We are committed to offering the best customer service and workmanship which has led to us gathering 5 star reviews. Take a look for yourself!

Here is a quick troubleshooting guide to help you with any Air Conditioning Repairs issues.



Be sure you have set this to the right temperature and have fresh batteries in it. It should be set to cool so that it calls for cool air.


Furnace Filter

Poor air flow is the leading cause of any HVAC system to be non-functional. When was the last time you changed the air filter and made sure your vents and air exchanges were open and uncovered? These lead to restricted airflow which can cause problems with the whole system.


A/C Coil

This is usually located just above your furnace and it should not be frozen. If it is, shut off the air conditioning unit to allow it to thaw.


Disconnect Box & AC Breaker

These are two locations you will have to physically check to be sure they are in the ‘ON’ position. A tripped breaker is common.

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If you have checked this list and you are still having issues, click here to contact the professionals at Hot to Cold Mechanical to have your cooling system serviced, diagnosed and then repaired. 

Still have Questions or Doubts? Don’t worry!

We have answered all of the most common questions about Air Conditioner Repair below

What are the signs my A/C is broken?

The first sign is the most obvious one, it’s not blowing cool air. If you are only experiencing warm air blowing out of your vent, double check your thermostat is set to cool. However, there are other less obvious signs that your AC needs attention. If you are experiencing restricted air flow it means your AC isn’t working efficiently or there is a blockage somewhere in the system.

Be sure you have changed out your air filter recently. It could also mean a broken motor or something worse. You may be hearing strange or loud noises. If you smell a strange odour when your AC is in operation there could be an issue. Higher energy bills are another indication. High humidity, water leaks and frequent cycling are all troublesome signs.

How do I prevent A/C repairs?

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. It is imperative you service and maintain your AC system once a year. This will reduce the risk of serious repairs down the road. These tune-ups by the professionals not only prevent future problems but help increase the efficiency of your AC unit.

Should I repair or replace my A/C unit?

There are some factors to consider if you are experiencing many breakdowns. If your unit is over 10 years old, you have frequent repairs, your energy bills are increasing, or it’s not doing an efficient job of cooling your home, it is time to replace the AC unit.

Why is there no cool air blowing when my A/C is running?

As mentioned above, you can troubleshoot the issue but ultimately our professionals at Hot to Cold will diagnose with 100% accuracy on what the issue is. Some things to check first are that the thermostat is set to cool, the air filter is clean, the condenser coil is not frozen, and the air exchange register is not blocked.

What are the most common issues with air conditioners?

Most issues are casued by low refrigerant, dirty air filter, dirty coils, thermostat malfunction, frozen coils, leaks, fan issue, and compressor failure are all on the list.

How often do I need my A/C system serviced?

The ideal time to service your unit is once a year in the spring right before the cooling season starts.

Can I do air conditioner repairs on the unit myself?

It is best to call the professionals, like the experts at Hot To Cold Mechanical, to have it repaired right with no damage. DIY fixes can void the warranty.

How much does it cost to repair an air conditioner?

It depends on how old the system is, cost of parts and labour, and what type of problem exists. Generally, repairs can range from $200 to $1000. You will always get an accurate estimate first.

What should I do if my A/C is not working?

First check that the thermostat is set to cool and that the batteries are not dead. Otherwise, call Hot to Cold to diagnose the issue.

How long does it take to repair my A/C?

The time needed to fix the AC unit depends on the issue but it can range from a few hours to a day.