A/C Repair Aurora and Parker

TOBIN Heating and Air Conditioning offers same-day service appointments in the Denver-metro area, including Aurora and Parker for an affordable rate.  Our technicians are honest and reliable and on-time.


AC Repair Aurora and Parker


Everyone at TOBIN is doing their part to minimize the spread of COVID-19 and to ensure everyone’s safety by wearing face-coverings, gloves and social distancing.  We also disinfect the surfaces we touch.

If your air conditioner stops working or is not cooling properly or enough, TOBIN Heating and Air Conditioning has you covered.  We service the entire Denver-metro area, including Aurora and Parker.  Our NATE-certified technicians are thorough and will explain exactly what is going on with your system so you can make an informed decision whether to repair your existing system or go ahead with replacing it.  Either way, the choice and work quoted will be a fair price.

Whether you need condenser coil cleaning or evaporator coil cleaning, furnace cleaning, a new thermostat, or just want a new WIFI thermostat.  Or if you need a blower motor, condenser fan motor, capacitor, refrigerant, we usually have the parts or can go get the parts quickly to do any repair request by visiting one of our many partnering HVAC distributors in town.   TOBIN has access to many distributors located in Aurora and Parker, so if your system has a refrigerant leak, we will go looking for that leak and make the repair, so you can get cooled down again and be comfortable as soon as possible.

If you find yourself having to replace you’re A/C system, it will be much more efficient that any older dated system.  And to help with the strain on your pocket-book, TOBIN offers financing on installation projects, 0% 60 months, so you can have a long time and minimal, if any, financial burden.    

Call TOBIN for air conditioner repair today at

303-893-5675

 

Dog owners be careful where your dog urinates as it can destroy  your air conditioner

We have seen several outdoor AC condensers through the years that the coils have been damaged from dog urine. A system we installed 12 years ago was recently found empty of refrigerant. After doing some inspecting we found the coils had been broken down in 2 corners due to a dog urinating on it for a long time. It probably takes years of exposure but due to the corrosive nature of the urine the copper/aluminum coil became brittle causing it to fail and the refrigerant leak out. The customer had no choice but to replace the system.

We recommend that you watch where your pet goes and if it is on or near your a/c unit then take steps so that the dog is not peeing on the unit.  Preventive maintenance is the best measure in this case so that you do not run into an expensive repair or replacement of your a/c unit.