Heating & Air Conditioning Services
We have a wide range of air conditioning, heating & HVAC services for our commercial and residential customers:
If you have a broken AC or have been experiencing efficiency issues, we can help you get that sorted out. Our team of technicians has years of experience handling air conditioning repairs for different brands so you can always count on our technicians to get yours back up and running within no time.
Proper maintenance of your HVAC system is essential as it plays a very critical role in extending its lifetime. Regular maintenance also gives you a chance to catch any potential problems before they manifest into something big, saving you from huge repair costs. For maintenance services & air duct cleaning, do not hesitate to give us a call, and our team will be more than happy to service your unit.
If you are experiencing any issues with your current heating system, you can always call us to come have a look. Leaving any damages unattended could be very costly as you might end up needing to replace the entire system.
Frequently Asked Questions
As a rough estimate, it is normal for an AC unit to last between 15 to 20 years. However, the life expectancy of these units can decrease due to external weather conditions, such as Florida’s hot climate and higher levels of humidity. Sulfur, salt and other airborne chemicals can further decrease the life of your a/c unit.
This information can be helpful, especially if you have recently purchased an air conditioning system and are wondering how long your unit is supposed to last. Routine maintenance can also help keep your unit working properly as it should and last longer.
The brand of the a/c unit you choose, what air conditioning system size you will be needing, the company you decide to work on the installation, and the level of efficiency.
All of these factors play an important role when figuring out what the final bill will look like. You should discuss options with your local ac company, that way a recommendation can be given as to what is the best system to choose based on your budget and requirements.
But if you plan on tackling the job by yourself, research first the type of refrigerant your unit uses as these can vary. Also, please be aware that using a commercial freon kit can be toxic to your health, and even deemed as illegal to perform the work without the proper license in some states.
As of 2020 the importation or production of r22 is no longer legal in the US. Which means that all systems installed after 2010 will already be using the alternative r410a refrigerant.
Your best option would be to contact a local HVAC company, and have them recharge your AC system with freon.