Experts in Air Conditioning Service, Repair, and Maintenance

When you need air conditioning service, you need Fire & Ice Heating and Cooling! We specialize in service, repair, and maintenance of air conditioning units in Lakeland, Brandon, Plant City, and Tampa.

Our service technicians are trained in all aspects of air conditioning service, repair, and maintenance for all major brands of air conditioning units.

So, whether your system needs a new thermostat, duct sealing, or a condensate pump, give us a call! We will have your system working correctly again in no time.

repair and maintenance services offered:

Our technicians are factory trained to service all major brands, so we offer repair and maintenance services for all air conditioning units in the Lakeland, Brandon and Tampa areas. We offer fast and timely repairs for heat pumps, mini split systems, and more. If your air conditioning unit is behaving poorly, give us a call.


How often should I have my air conditioner serviced?

Most air conditioning systems should be serviced before the beginning of the warmer season for best results. Servicing will help to keep energy bills low and provide the means to manage repairs when they are small instead of missing them until they’re large and expensive.


How much does it cost to have my air conditioner serviced?

A typical annual air conditioning service runs between $100-150. Sometimes, a company will run specials to provide homeowners with the opportunity to have the service maintenance performed at a lower cost. Even at full price, an air conditioning maintenance service is an excellent value because it includes the cost of a service call.


Should I repair the system or get a new air conditioner?

Each circumstance is unique. We advise homeowners to repair the system for as long as possible until the cost of running and servicing the unit no longer justifies keeping it. Then we will notify a homeowner that the unit should be replaced, instead.


Should I get a central AC unit or a ductless system?

Your circumstances will dictate which type of system is more suitable. Sometimes ductwork isn’t possible or reasonable in which case a ductless system is a better option.