Tampa’s Most Reliable AC Repair Team
Dan has over 40 years’ experience studied Mechanical engineering at State University of New York. Holds his master’s licenses in FL, CN, and RI in AC, plumbing, sheet metal, and refrigerant piping.
Our A/C technicians are the most experienced and highly qualified in the business, certified by the North American Technicians Excellence (NATE) organization.
Our fully-automated, 25,000-square-foot facility in Tampa is equipped with a large inventory full of Carrier products, ensuring that we have exactly what you need, when you need it.
Call Alert AC for quick and reliable 24 hour AC repair service
Our skilled technicians excel at finding and stopping minor issues before they become major problems
Our NATE-certified technicians know what’s required to get the best results from a new installation, and achieve the longest lifespan possible with all of your HVAC equipment
The Alert Tech came out and noted the problem with my AC system within minutes. One hour later - my house was cooling down from 87 degrees! Thanks for the professionalism and customer service. I am gracious for your service and will be a lifetime customer going forward.
DR. T. Smith, Google Review
Friendly tech. Knew what he was doing. Are a.c. was up and running in 15 minutes.
Theresa S. Google Review
Had an emergency 2 weeks ago and was return call promptly and followup was good. Enjoy this service company. Always working to keep customer happy.
Sharon S. FaceBook Review
EXAMINE THE THERMOSTAT If your home is feeling too warm, head to the thermostat before you look further for the cause of your problem. Make sure it’s set to cool and not just fan. Double check the temperature setting as well as the indoor temperature reading. If the thermostat is set correctly, the inside temperature is higher than the setting on the thermostat, and the system still isn’t running, you may need to seek professional air conditioner services to resolve the problem. CHECK FOR POWER When your air conditioner isn’t running, the first thing you should do is make sure that it has power. Check your condenser to make sure that it’s plugged in. Though this may seem simple, it’s often overlooked by overanxious homeowners who are worried about a larger system failure. If your air conditioner is plugged in, the next stop is your fuse box. Check for a tripped circuit breaker or blown fuse. Correcting this problem could restore your entire system to its working state. CHANGE THE FILTER A dirty filter will reduce your energy efficiency and limit cooling capacity. It’s far more difficult for a system to pull air through a clogged filter than through a clean one. You should be changing your air conditioner’s filter once every one to three months. If you’re behind, swapping out the old one for a fresh new filter will instantly improve your AC output and indoor air quality. LOOK OVER THE CONDENSER The condenser for your air conditioner sits outside the home, so it’s easy to forget about this part of the system. Looking over the condenser is an important part of air conditioner troubleshooting. Check to make sure this box isn’t surrounded by tall grass, leaves, or other types of debris. If it’s not getting adequate air flow, you won’t get the performance that you’re after. Clear the area around your condenser for two to three feet in all directions for optimum performance.
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