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AC Sales and Installation: Choose from a variety of makes and models from top carriers. Our team will help you find the best air conditioning system for your home and budget. Feel confident knowing your AC is properly sized and expertly installed at your home.

AC Repair: If your air conditioning stops working as it should, Cooper HVAC experts are always on-call. We deliver dependable and affordable air conditioning repair for all brands and system types. Receive friendly and honest repair service, without hidden costs or up-selling.

AC Maintenance: Beat the Myrtle Beach heat with regularly scheduled cleaning and service before summer and winter for your HVAC system. AC units that receive regular cleaning and maintenance are more efficient and last longer, saving you time, money, and frustration.

Affordable Residential Air Conditioning Installation for the Myrtle Beach Area

Air conditioning installation is too big of a job – and an expense – to trust to anyone except the area’s top experts. Cooper Mechanical Services provides you with over 30 years of AC experience in Myrtle Beach. We’ll help you select the best system for your home across a variety of top brands, and we guarantee that it is installed the right way the first time.

Cooper Mechanical Services performs residential HVAC installations for any size and brand of air-cooling system. We bring local expertise to help homeowners handle the kinds of preventable problems causing HVAC trouble in the area, including corrosion and damage from salt air. Our team takes time to help homeowners learn their new AC system and the preventative care needed to make it last.

How to Install a Whole Home Surge Protection Breaker

Myrtle Beach isn't a stranger to lightning or other electrical surges. You have probably already lost expensive electronics or appliances to an electrical surge or know someone who has. Protect your electrical devices with a whole home surge protection breaker like...

Shortages Affect the HVAC Industry into May and June 2021

Material Shortages Impact the HVAC Industry HVAC companies around the U.S. are seeing product shortages and price increases continue into late Spring 2021. A recent article on the ACHR industry site finds that it's factors beyond COVID-19 that are impacting...

Residential HVAC Repair in Myrtle Beach: A Case Study and Testimonial

Everything Works. Until It Doesn’t. Your residential HVAC system is essential for keeping you and your family comfortable year-round. Though our winters are relatively mild in Myrtle Beach, we do experience cold and freezing temperatures. When Deb Bramlett noticed a...

Invest Your Tax Return in an Energy Saving HVAC System

Is It Time to Replace Your HVAC? Spring is the Time to Do It The sign spinners are out in Myrtle Beach. You've seen them: folks dressed as Lady Liberty, twirling a sign promising you the largest tax return possible. Yes, 2020 tax season is here, and filings are due by...

Breathe Easier with a Professional HVAC Air Duct Cleaning

The Source of Poor Indoor Air Quality Could Be in Your Ducts If you deal with allergies, a respiratory condition, or live with someone who does, you have probably addressed most of the visible sources of poor indoor air quality. Frequent cleaning, vacuuming, and...

How Pets Affect Your HVAC

Pets Bring Love and Joy to a Home (but also dander and debris) Dogs and cats bring immense joy to their owners, quickly becoming part of the family. And like all living beings in a home, pets contribute to the dander, debris, and dirt that finds its way into the air...

Spending More Time at Home? Weatherization Can Save You Money

Rising Energy Costs During COVID-19 The COVID-19 second wave surge is coinciding with a drop in temperatures and winter's approach. Many folks around the country have moved back to working and going to school from home. Even in Horry County where schools are open,...

Save Lives with a Carbon Monoxide Detector

Carbon Monoxide Detectors Save Lives Do you have a carbon monoxide (CO) detector in your home? If you don't have a CO detector, or if yours is more than seven years old, consider upgrading to a new carbon monoxide alarm today. Adding a detector to each floor and every...

What is a VRF HVAC System and How Does it Work?

What is a VRF HVAC System? Variable refrigerant flow, or VRF, is a type of heating and cooling system for residential or commercial applications. In order to understand how VRF is unique, it’s helpful to understand the basics of common HVAC systems. Most heating and...

Check Your HVAC Heating Before Fall

As Winter Approaches, Take Stock of Your Home's Heating System There are always a handful of days between seasons that are wonderful in South Carolina. Neither too hot nor too cold, they are days we open the windows and relish the fresh air. These between season days...

Responsive Air Conditioning Repair Service You Can Trust in the Myrtle Beach Area

With emergency repairs available 24/7, homeowners in the Myrtle Beach area rely on Cooper Mechanical Services to keep things cool. Even if your AC breaks down in the middle of the night, or over the weekend, we can have highly-trained, certified technicians to your door in minutes.

Avoid hidden service charges and aggressive upselling from other companies. The Cooper AC repair team builds trust and lasting relationships with customers through prompt and honest repair service. Take comfort knowing that Cooper Mechanical Services provides dependable repair on all major styles and brands of AC equipment at affordable rates.

Save Money and Increase the Life of Your AC with a Clean & Service Plan

Head into the heat of summer confident your home’s cooling system is up to the task. Homeowners that opt for regularly scheduled cleaning and maintenance twice a year have HVAC systems that are more efficient and have fewer needs for repair.

A Clean & Service plan from Cooper Mechanical Services includes a full inspection and deep cleaning. Each visit includes a chemical cleaning all evaporator and condenser coils and condenser pans, as well as a full flushing of drain lines. A diagnostic test of coolant pressure, thermostat operations, and electrical components ensure your system is running at its best.