Question about Heating & Cooling
Posted by Anonymous on
Well first off - 99% of coils (evap/condenser) can be 'repaired.'
In which case - you're probably looking at a repair bill of between $100 -$200 depending on factors such as type of unit, i.e. window unit or central unit, easiness of repairing the leak, whether or not your refrigerant can be saved i.e. by pumping the unit down before repairing it - and average AC - labor rates in your area.
If you do require a 'coil change-out' - then the same factors apply - although I'd rather buy a 'new' window unit than pay for a coil to be replaced - because the cost will be close to the cost of a new AC.
If a central unit - you're looking at around $500-$700 to replace one of the coils.
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