What makes a good air conditioning contractor? Believe it or not, the best air conditioning contractor is the one you rarely ever have to see. You might be able to save some money in the short term by hiring a second-rate company to take care of your AC system, but you’ll wind up having them out to your Tierra Verde FL home every few months for another expensive repair because they aren’t doing the work with the commitment to quality you expect. Or worse, they vanish into thin air and leave you holding the bill for work they aren’t around to back up. That is a long-term expense you simply can’t afford.
You want to know what else is long-term, though? We are. Harrington AC has been here since 1979, and many of our employees have been with us for decades. We have customers that are on their second, or even third, system with us. That kind of longevity confers a value that you can’t get from just any HVAC company. We’ve been around, we’ve seen how the technology is changed and we’ve adapted every step of the way. We’ll be here long after the work is done to stand behind it and guarantee your satisfaction. Most importantly – you shouldn’t have to see us much at all. Don’t get us wrong, we love visiting our customers and see them like family – but we also aim to do work of such quality that you’ll never have to worry about your comfort.
You can see that thread through the reviews our previous customers have written for us. In Tierra Verde, FL and beyond, they’re all saying the same thing – when you call Harrington AC, you’re getting more than your money’s worth. You’re getting a company you can rely on through thick and thin – or in our case, warm and cold. Explore the pages below to read reviews from your hometown neighbors and those in surrounding areas and see what they have to say about Harrington AC. Then give us a call at 727-541-5222 to put us to work for you.
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Our Reviews by City
Brians last day.
John - Tierra Verde, FL 33715
Brian does excellent work. He will be a great loss to your company
Performed maintenances , found no problems on either system. Flushed both condensate lines and pans, both flowing free and clear. Checked all amp draws and pressures on both systems, all are good and within factory specs. Both systems operation is normal and cooling at this time.
Replaced blower motor and tested system operation. System cooling well and blower motor stops and starts as intended
Changed dirty 5” filter.
Preformed check up. Customer initially complained of TStat being blank. On arrival system was off on primary safety switch. Recommended maintenance plan to take care of drain line issue. Cleaned and flush drain line with shop vac, water, and drain solv. Check voltage and amp draws across the system. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures across the system. System operating to manufacture specifications at this time. Need to come back with 21 inch carrier filter.
No issues with system. Customer had a company out for another type of service and when in the attic they found air handler sweating. Explained to customer that carrier infinity in a attic and house being right on the water is going to have sweat no matter what is done to system and is typical. Adjusted airflow settings to try and reduce sweating problem. Customer said system has been cooling great. System is running and cooling fine.
Pumped refrigerant into condenser. Removed suction drier from line set. Replaced with pipe. Pressure tested and evacuated system. Released refrigerant back into system. Checked unit operation.
System cooling well however blower motor will not turn off. Removed low voltage circuit and blower still continues to run. System needs warranty blower motor replacement. Homeowners going out of town soon, ok to schedule repair while they are gone.
Removed burnt out compressor. Installed new compressor, filter drier, and suction line filter drier. Pressures tested. Leak checked system. Was able to Vacuum system to 250 microns. Added 16 pounds of r410a, set to factory specifications. Checked operation. Pressures, temperatures, and amp draws all within factory specifications. System is working and draining properly.
Found short to ground present inside disconnect on line side circuit. Found nick in red wire shorting to grounding lug. Pulled wire out and cut shorter and reconnected, short to ground no longer present however system still popping breaker when power is supplied to condenser unit. Removed compressor wires from system and condenser will run fan with no issue. Found high continuity between 2 sets of windings and very low on another. Compressor has failed and needs to be replaced as well as full charge on refrigerant. Homeowner approved repair and payed for todays service call.
Customer informed me of master bedroom actuator was not opening for one night. Since then it has been operating fine. Performed check up. Found zone system was all working fine. No reason for master bedroom to not open. Did find that system is a 2 stage condenser but low voltage wiring was never set up so system had been running in single stage from day of installation. Wired system up to properly run in 2nd stage. Adjusted air handler board settings. Also adjusted system refrigerant charge to run within design specifications. The back of then supply plenum where it connects to the unit has some loose tape allowing air to condition the garage space. Recommend we return on a cool day and mastic area closed. We are unable to do it today because of condensation on plenum will not allow the mastic to dry properly. Recommended to customer to purchase a maintenance plan and we could come out and do it at that time. Filter size should be 21.5x24.25x1 or slightly smaller is fine