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Question DetailsAsked on 8/5/2014

in Savannah a/c person who is not so high to fix evap coil on a Yock unit

Leak in the evap coil on ac unit

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Sounds like you got a quote you did not like - get 3 bids, that will tell you if any one is way out of range. Unfortunately, unless it is a fitting leak (which should not cost more than a few hundred to fix), very few HVAC contractors these days repair evaporators like in the old days where you used to see evaporator coils with a half dozen brazed repairs - therefore, you are commonly into a major replacement cost. Unfortunately, very few manufacturers make them out of stainless steel, so you are stuck with aluminum being used in an environment where it really does not belong.

Search the List in the Heating and AC category for contractors with good reviews.

BTW - here is another prior question about that subject with responses (the first part about price, ignoring the following back and forth on the recovery charge)

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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