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Air Conditioning Services in Fort Lauderdale & Surrounding Areas

Cooling Solution By PROTCOOL Cooling Solution In Pembroke Pines, Coral Springs & Miramar, FL

When you purchase a new air conditioning system for your residential or commercial property, you're not just getting a material investment, but also an investment in your comfort. With an energy efficient air conditioning system, your property will be able to remain cool during hot summer temperatures while also saving money on your energy bill!

At PROTOCOOL Cooling Solutions, we focus on providing the most affordable solutions that will work within any budget and help you with your cooling needs. We offer a wide range of air conditioning systems from window units to central systems and mini-split systems and we always keep location, design, architecture and environment in mind, in order to provide you the best possible air conditioning solution for your property in Pembroke Pines, Miramar or Coral Springs, FL.

We only carry the best and most exclusive products from brands like, American Standard, Apco, Aprilaire and Coleman.

Our Most Popular A/C Products Include

Central Air Conditioning Systems

Central Air Conditioning Systems

A central air conditioning system, also known as a ducted air conditioning system, keeps the entire property cool by distributing cool air through a system of ducts and vents. Central systems also use the ducts to distribute heat in the winter time.

mini-split air conditioning unit

Mini-split Air Conditioners

Mini-split air conditioning systems are used to cool specific areas inside a residential house or building. Unlike, central air conditioning systems that use ducts to distribute cool air, the outdoor components of mini-split units, the compressor and heat exchangers, don't actually have to be placed directly behind the indoor portion, giving property owners the convenience of placing these outdoor components in a place where they won't stand out.

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AC Installation And AC Repair Services by PROTOCOOL Cooling Solutions

Before installing a new air conditioning system in your property, it’s best to understand your needs and compare them to the options available to you. At PROTOCOOL Cooling Solutions, we offer a thorough home or business energy audit to help maximize your energy savings. We service the surrounding areas of Coral Springs, Pembroke Pines and Miramar, FL, so give us a call at 954-210-5303 or visit our contact page to learn more.

 

Recent A/C Jobs

Customer Solutions Provided
Jose S.
Pembroke Pines, FL
September 6, 2019

The technician arrived at the client's home and thoroughly inspected the system. They found a 45+5 MFD capacitor out of tolerance range. With the client's approval, the tech replaced the capcitor. The tech also found algae growth in the drain pan and suggested the client join the Peak Performance Maintenance Program. The client accepted this suggestion, and approved the tech to perform their first of 2 semi annual maintenance services. The tech left the client's home with the system cooling and draining properly.

Patricia J.
Fort Lauderdale, FL
August 20, 2019

When the technician arrived at the client's home, they found none of the equipment running. After a thorough inspection, they found the drain pan full of water and the float switch engaged. With the client's approval, the tech performed a drain service. The drain pan was cleaned out and tabs were added to help prevent bacterial growth. The drain line was flushed and primed. Upon completion, the system was running, cooling, and draining properly.

Judy & Cliff G.
Hollywood, FL
August 16, 2019

The technician arrived to the client's home and proceeded to cycle off the power, remove the blower housing and then remove the blower motor. After separating the blower wheel housing, the tech cleaned the blower wheel and housing with a special acid solution. They also cleaned the blower compartment and the wiring in the compartment. After the cleaning was done, the tech reassembled the blower housing, wheel and motor, making sure to reconnect all the wiring to the proper terminal designations. Finally, the technician cycled the power back on and made sure the system was running properly.

Edgar M.
Hollywood, FL
August 13, 2019

The technician arrived to the client's home later that afternoon and found the compressor was not running. After thorough investigation, the tech found a failed capacitor. With the client's aprroval, the capacitor was replaced, the system was checked to make sure everything was working as it should, and the client's cooling was restored.

Maria T.
Weston, FL
August 7, 2019

Our technician arrived to the client's home and performed the maintenance on their air conditioning unit. The drain line and drain pan were cleaned and cleared. The technician checked all of the electrical volts, amps and connections. All readings were within normal operating levels.

Alan C.
Weston, FL
July 22, 2019

The technician arrived to the clients home and performed the maintenance service on their two air conditioning systems. The tech changed the filters for the client,and cleaned the drain pans and drain lines. The tech checked and recorded all the electrical and refrigerant readings to ensure the systems were operating as designed at the levels recommended by the manufacturer. Both systems were cooling and draining properly upon departure.

Sandy & Jack H.
Weston, FL
July 18, 2019

Our technician arrived to the home and inspected the unit. They found that the dual capacitor had failed. With the client's approval, the tech replaced the capacitor. After checking the systems operation, all readings were at normal operating levels, and proper cooling was restored.

Sandra H.
Fort Lauderdale, FL
July 10, 2019

The technician arrived to the home to find that while the air conditioner was cooling properly, the client felt there wasn't enough air flow. The tech found the a/c running on low speed. With the clients approval, the technician reset the blower speed to high to increase the air flow and satisfy the needs of the client.

Mike S.
Fort Lauderdale, FL
July 10, 2019

When the technician arrived to the home, they found that the client had pulled the float switch themselves to provide temporary cooling. The technician found the drain line clogged, and with the client's permission, performed a drain service. After clearing the drain pan and the drain line, the system was once again cooling and draining properly.

Mario B.
Plantation, FL
July 4, 2019

The technician was able to determine that the thermostat was defective and causing the unit to not shut off at the right time. After replacing the thermostat, the a/c cooled and cycled off properly.

Edward C.
Coconut Creek, FL
June 26, 2019

The technician determined that the blower motor had failed and would need to be replaced. They were able to temporarily restore the cooling, while the customer waited for the replacement to be installed. After returning the next day, the tech installed the new blower motor and the a/c was running and cooling again.

Madera
Boca Raton, FL
June 14, 2019

We replaced their existing unit with a Trane 17 Seer AC unit that was more energy efficient and will save them money over the long run. They were very happy with the cooling power of their new unit.

Linda & Marshall R.
Coral Springs, FL
June 6, 2019

Our technician arrived to the home to find the air handler running but the condensing unit was not. Upon further investigation, the tech found that there was insufficient power at the condensing unit caused by a defective condensate pump that was full of water causing the safety switch to engage shutting off the low voltage power to the unit. With the client's approval, the tech replaced the condensate pump and tested the system for proper operation. The system was once again cooling and draining properly, and the pump was operating properly as well.

Bill S.
Plantation, FL
June 3, 2019

When the tech arrived at the client's home, they closely inspected the a/c unit. They discovered that the unit was off because the pressure readings were low. The low pressure readings were due to the system having lost it's entire refrigerant charge. The technician found a repairable leak on the access tube at the discharge of the compressor. With the client's approval, the leak was repaired, and the system was tested to ensure the system is performing as designed.

Allison & Michael S.
Coral Springs, FL
June 3, 2019

When the tech arrived at the client's home, they found the compressor and fan were off due to thermal overload. They checked the capacitor voltages and both were normal. The tech cooled the unit down so they could run the system and continue the diagnostic testing. The tech discovered that the condenser fan motor was defective and had seized up. With the client's approval, a new motor was procured and the tech replaced the defective motor. The client's a/c was once again cooling properly.

Qulin M.
Miramar, FL
May 29, 2019

When the tech found that the outside fan motor was not running, they were able to determine that an electrical component in the condenser fan had failed. After replacing the dual capacitor, we were able to restore the cooling on the same visit.

Jason & Michele B.
Cooper City, FL
May 21, 2019

The technician arrived at the clients home and inspected the system. They found the system's refrigerant charge low. With the client's permission, an electronic leak search was performed to attempt to locate the leak. An unrepairable leak was located in the condenser coil. With the client's permission, a new coil was located and procured. The tech removed the defective coil and installed the brand new one. After testing the system's operation, proper cooling was restored.

Basimeh H.
Plantation, FL
May 7, 2019

The tech arrived to the client's home, and after thoroughly inspecting the unit, found a crack in the drain pan. After locating and procuring a new drain pan, with the customer's approval, the technician returned to the client's home, removed the cracked drain pan, and installed the brand new drain pan. The tech then tested the system to ensure it was running as designed and there were no more water leaks.

Norwood & Patricia H.
Plantation, FL
May 3, 2019

When the tech arrived at the client's home, they found the breaker turned off. After turning it back on, they heard the sizzling sound the client heard. They tested the breaker, and also found that the a/c system was not receiving sufficient voltage from the breaker. With the client's approval, the technician replaced the defective breaker. After installing and testing, the client's a/c was once again cooling properly.

Norberto E.
Miramar, FL
May 2, 2019

Our technician arrive at the client's home and found the system running. They found no water in the float switch housing, but found the operating temperatures were below normal operating levels. With the client's approval, the tech performed an electronic leak search and found an unrepairable leak in the evaporator coil. The client approved the procurement and replacement of the evaporator coil. The technician was able to replace the coil the same afternoon and restore the client's cooling.

Sandra F.
Pembroke Pines, FL
April 29, 2019

When the tech arrived at the client's home, they found both the indoor and outdoor motors were running, but the compressor was not. After further inspection, they found a failed capacitor. With the client's permission, the capacitor was replaced and the tech tested the systems operation. The system was once again cooling properly.

Kim M.
Tamarac, FL
April 8, 2019

We sent one of our technicians to the clients home the same day to evaluate the system. The technician determined the drain line was clogged. After clearing the drain line, the a/c system was cooling and draining properly.

Heidi & Reinaldo M.
Pembroke Pines, FL
April 4, 2019

The technician arrived at the clients home to find out why the system was shutting off before reaching the set temperature. There they found the system was cooling, but would shut off after a few minutes. After thoroughly inspecting the unit, the technician discovered that the drain line was clogged causing the float switch to activate. With the client's approval, the technician performed a drain service, cleaning the drain pan, adding treatment tabs to the drain pan, and clearing the drain line with nitrogen. Upon completion, the tech had restore the client's cooling, and the system was once again draining properly.

Constance H.
Pembroke Pines, FL
April 2, 2019

Our technician cleaned the homeowners drain pan, drain line, and coil. He checked all electrical and refrigerant readings, making sure they were within the manufacturer's recommended levels. The technician suggested installing a time delay to protect the compressor from short cycling, which he installed with the clients approval.

Amy & Ed O.
Tamarac, FL
April 1, 2019

Our expert installers arrived to the clients home and removed the existing a/c system and replaced it with a brand new Trane 16 SEER system. At the client's request, they reused the existing NEST thermostat.

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