How Much Does An AC Evaporator Coil Cost To Replace?
Among the many issues that can occur with your HVAC unit, a malfunctioning evaporator coil is one of the reasons that will stop the cooling of your home. Its malfunctioning will also cause strain on the other parts of your HVAC unit and ultimately damage the other parts and lead to higher power consumption. If your HVAC unit is not cooling effectively, it is better to call up a good AC service in Whittier, CA, and get your HVAC evaporator coil checked immediately.
Factors Affecting The Cost Of Replacement
- Size Of The HVAC Unit
The size of the unit (Cooling BTU/Tons) must match the size of your outdoor air conditioning condensing unit. Larger coils are more expensive.
- Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER)
It is a measure of how efficient a system is. Again, the coil rating must correspond to a suitable TXV for use as an outdoor unit.
- Type Of Refrigerant
- Dimensions And Configuration
When replacing an existing coil, the area left after removal may not be large enough for the new coil. If more sheet metal work is required, labor prices will rise.
- Brand Value
The brand of your central air conditioner has a significant impact on the cost of almost any repair. Higher-rated brand-name products will be more expensive. While you are not obligated to hire a brand-specific company to repair your out-of-warranty coil, you may be forced to do so if the coil is replaced under warranty. If your central AC is still under warranty, keep this in mind when speaking with a professional.
- Manufacturer’s Warranty
A manufacturer’s warranty may cover the evaporator coil but not the labour required to instal it. This little tip will help you save a few hundred dollars on the repair.
Cost Of Replacing Condenser Coil
When your central AC is out of warranty, the average cost to replace the evaporator coil is $2,180. For DIY projects, the replacement coil and refrigerant replacement would cost between $600 and $850. The cost of hiring a professional AC replacement Whittier CA contractor for repair and installation ranges from $600 to $1,980 (Out of warranty).
The cost of an evaporator coil, installation supplies, cleaning and reconnecting the AC drain line, and removal and disposal of your old coil is normally included in installation.
While it is possible to DIY and replace the condenser, it is advisable to seek help from a professional AC repair technician. An expert technician will replace the coil and assess the associated damage and repair it before it causes serious issues.
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