Automotive heating & AC Repair
Automotive Air Conditioning is an important aspect of any car; it keeps you cool in the Florida heat, and makes sure there’s plenty of air circulation in the vehicle. Heating is equally important, as it keeps the interior of your car warm on the cold winter mornings. That’s why it’s important to seek out an auto AC repair service whenever your vehicle’s air conditioning or heating isn’t functioning properly.
At Oldsmar Automotive, our auto heating and AC repair services are available to keep your car’s air conditioning and heating working properly so you can be more comfortable. A vehicle’s air conditioned loses efficiency over time. Routine maintenance checks of your AC system can prevent a costly repair down the road.
Weak, Warm, or Stinky Air? Time for Oldsmar Automotive AC Repair!
There are a lot of things that can go wrong with a vehicle’s AC system. It can fall victim to a large number of possible mechanical problems, or develop bacteria, fungi, and micro-organisms, or any number of other problems. If your vehicle’s air conditioning produces pungent odors when you turn it on, stops working, exhibits a lack of cooling effectiveness, or shows signs of any other problems, it may be time to have it repaired.
Our substantial experience with AC repair allows us to quickly solve your air conditioning problems. If your air conditioner isn’t as cold as it should be, we offer an automotive AC recharge to refill your AC’s refrigerant. If your air conditioner stops working or exhibits problems, our mechanics have the tools and experience with auto heating and AC repair necessary to diagnose your car’s problems and get you the results you need in a timely manner.
We’re open from 8 AM to 6 PM during the week and 8 AM to 1 PM on Saturdays, allowing you to come in whenever it’s most convenient for you. If you’d like to schedule a repair with us, you can do so right now by visiting our contact page and filling in the simple contact form. Don’t wait for summer! Come in now to check your auto air conditioning before you end up sticking to the leather seats in 90 degree heat!