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General Info

Tom’s Radiator & Air Conditioning Service is a family owned and operated business since 1967. We are known throughout the community as the premiere company for all your automotive cooling system, air conditioning and radiator needs.  We pride ourselves on our excellent customer service and great standing in the community. Since we are a family owned and operated company, we always provide personable service. We are proud to be an old fashioned company following old fashioned values. Our winning combination of quality service and excellent customer service is what has helped make Tom’s Radiator & Air Conditioning Service a successful company for over 45 years.

Being in business for over 45 years has allowed us to build many great long lasting customer relationships. Some of our current relationships include prestigious car collection and restoration firms as well as individuals that enjoy restoring their own vehicles. We treat all of our customers like family, which means we are very respectful and friendly. At Tom’s Radiator & Air Conditioning Service, we always conduct business with honesty and integrity. We are dependable, punctual and very knowledgeable about the work we do.  We offer fair pricing and stand behind our work.

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Regular Hours
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Here at Tom’s Radiator & Air Conditioning Service, we specialize in automotive cooling systems, air conditioning systems and radiator service.  We also specialize in Vintage Automotive Radiator Restorations and Gas Tank Reconditioning. Our list of services include but are not limited to the following:

  • Radiators New & Vintage
  • Gas Tanks
  • Heaters
  • Water Pumps
  • Welding
  • Air Conditioning Service & Repairs
  • Heat Exchangers
  • Motor Homes
  • Trucks
  • Industrial

We also service motorcycle, scooter and moped gas tanks as well as automotive radiators, heaters and gas tanks. We continue to do work for some very well-known and prestigious car collection and restoration firms. The finished work is always highly rated and extremely detail-oriented.

So give us a call at 714-532-6771 and find out how we can service your automotive cooling system or air conditioning system today!

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visa, check, discover, mastercard, cash
Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Air Conditioning Equipment, Automobile Air Conditioning Equipment-Service & Repair, Automobile Diagnostic Service, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Automobile Restoration-Antique & Classic, Radiators Automotive Sales & Service, Welders


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Busy shop, few employees, front desk is run by the mechanic who did your work...

I had air conditioning troubleshooting performed; they couldn't find the leak with a freon recharge and using the freon sniffer tool, so they put freon with dye into my air conditioning, and the leak was found a few days later; as I drove it, the freon leak left traces of the dye at the leak point as the freon escaped. The leak point was one of the two air conditioning hoses on my vehicle.

I felt I got good service, leaks like these cannot immediately always be detected, I felt that the proper procedure was done to detect the leak.

The shop is small, and the theree employees always seem busy, and there are always lots of vehicles in this shop for repairs; it is well trafficed with business. The invoices are VERY WELL documented as to the problem, the repair that was made, and the like. The mechanic that worked on my vehicle said that they use prior invoices to understand what work had been performed, should the customer come in with a problem.

They have no waiting room, no fancy lobbies, or the like. They are the typical ""old-fashioned"" service center; tools, cars, and expertise. Where do Pep Boys mechanics go when they leave Pep Boys ? They probably open up their own shop like this one... RECOMMENDED