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Air Conditioning Repair Available In Greenville County

South Carolina summers are no joke. If the heat and humidity start to swelter and give you that dizzy feeling, it may be time to call the air conditioning repair specialists at Waldrop Plumbing – Heating – Air. With services ranging from duct repair to unit replacement, we have what you need to make your summer a pleasant one with fast service and unbeatable customer care.

For over 50 years, we have been South Carolina’s trusted air conditioner service provider. Our skilled NATE-certified technicians have helped thousands of customers throughout Greenville County and Spartanburg County and can help take care of any air conditioning issues you may be facing.


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4 Common AC Problems in Greenville

After decades of helping our South Carolina communities with their HVAC systems and equipment, we have seen just about everything that can go wrong with an air conditioning system. Our experience can help you get your home back to comfortable levels faster.
Signs your AC needs repair include:

Why Choose Waldrop For Air Conditioning Repair?

Waldrop has been serving the greater Greenville area for over 50 years. We strive to deliver exceptional service every time you call for air conditioning needs. Our team of NATE-certified technicians is trained to go above and beyond for every one of our customers, which is why we have consistent five-star reviews. We also use environmentally friendly techniques whenever possible to ensure we are not only protecting your home but also the natural world.

If you have an air conditioning repair need in Greenville, SC, you can trust the experts at Waldrop. Contact us at (864) 536-0887 or contact us online to schedule your repair.

Air Conditioning Repair FAQs

If your AC is not getting cool, turn it off and call us for AC repair. If the outdoor unit is starting to freeze, and you continue to run the system, you could cause even more costly damage.
Routine maintenance is vital to protecting your air conditioner and preventing the need for repair. If you do not have regular service done, then your system may get full of dirt and debris. This affects its efficiency and can even lead to repair problems. Investing in AC maintenance is protection against unwanted AC repair.
On average, an air conditioning repair will take between two to six hours. The total time for your repair may vary depending on the type of repair you need. At Waldrop, we strive to work quickly but accurately, so you can get back to enjoying your home fully.

Air conditioners are critical during the hot, muggy South Carolina summers, but did you know that when improperly maintained, they may actually contribute to illness?

Here are some things to be aware of so that you can stay on top of your AC … and your health!

  • Dirty air filters can allow your air conditioner to blow dust, mold, bacteria, and other contaminants around your home. Be sure to replace your AC filters at least every couple of months.
  • Keep your AC temperature reasonable. Not only does this reduce wear and tear on your unit by reducing the amount of time it runs, but it can also alleviate dry skin and nasal passages.
  • Consider adding a whole-home filtration system so that every time you run your AC, you can have peace of mind knowing that you’re breathing clean, healthy air.

It may seem odd, but air conditioners can actually freeze on a scorching hot day. How? Air conditioners work by taking in warm air, using refrigerant to lower its temperature, and then exchanging that cooled air for the warmer air in your home. When some part of that system falls out of balance, the evaporator coil can cause the refrigerant to cool too much. The result is that ice can form on your coil and cause the AC to stop working. The most common cause of AC freezes is restricted airflow due to dirty HVAC filters. If you suspect that your AC has frozen, you will need to turn off the system and allow it to thaw.

Here are some preventative measures you can take to reduce the chance of a frozen AC:

  • Change your air filter regularly (about once a month)
  • Have your refrigerant level checked
  • Inspect your condensate drain for clogs regularly
  • Ensure that all of your supply vents are open
  • Ask your AC technician about increasing the fan speed
  • Never skip your annual maintenance appointment

Have you noticed a leak from your air conditioner? There are many possible causes, and all of them require the attention of a professional AC repair technician. Air conditioner leaks won’t resolve themselves, so make sure to call Waldrop Plumbing – Heating – Air as soon as you notice a problem.

Air conditioner leaks can be caused by:

  • Low refrigerant, which causes the evaporator coil to freeze over and leak condensation into the drain pan.
  • A dirty air filter can also cause an evaporator coil freeze leading to excess water.
  • A clogged condensate drain line can be fixed by using a wet/dry vac to remove built-up dirt, dust, mold, etc.
  • A rusted or damaged drain pan no longer catches condensation and should be replaced.

Y’all Call Wally at (864) 598-3431 or contact us online to schedule a fast and efficient AC repair in Greenville.

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Greenville, SC

Five stars

Waldrop has taken care of our HVAC since our house was built (2006). We get maintenance twice a year – spring and fall. This year, Kevin suggested the Phenomenal Aire unit. It cleans the air

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Marietta, SC

Five stars

Had the best experience with Waldrop, we will forever be in their debt. Not only the most professional group of men but the most honest, stand by your word company! I would recommend Waldrop to

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Five stars

A friend recommended Waldrop after he had a visit last week. Our A/C was not cooling as well as it should, and the Split “Smart” thermostat was doing crazy things on the first and 2nd


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