Our organization is fully committed to providing the highest quality service, products, and customer service. Our professionals are highly trained and very conscious the needs of individual customers.
FURNACE REPAIR/ INSTALLATION/ CLEANING
A/C COIL CLEANING
AIR FILTER CLEANING
Although having your air ducts professionally cleaned is beneficial to your home and health, it isn't enough. To ensure that you are breathing the cleanest air at all times, you should stay up-to-date on your filters.Your air filters need to be changed least every 3 months. If there is a pet living in the home, the filter needs to be changed every 2 months. Finally, if there are multiple pets or allergy sufferers, it should be changed every 20-45 days.
AIR FLOW CHECKUP
Our air conditioner has a component called an evaporator coil, which is the part that cools your air. ... Most of the time, a frozen evaporator is caused by 1 of these 2 issues: Low airflow issues (dirty air filter, blocked vents or malfunctioning blower) Low refrigerant levels, usually caused by a refrigerant leak.
FILTER MAINTENANCE AND REPLACEMENT
Doing regular maintenance can ensure that your unit is in the best possible condition before it needs to work exceptionally hard during the cold winter and hot summer temperatures. The easiest way to keep up to date with your HVAC maintenance is to change out your filters at least every three months.
Do the touch test. The interior ceilings, walls and floors in your home should feel warm and dry. When drywall and paneling inside a home feels damp or cold, there is not enough insulation. Alternatively, when touching an exterior wall, it should feel cold because insulation is keeping warm air inside a home.
We will work with you to find HVAC solutions that fit your heating and cooling needs. We will provide you with a full consultation to explain all of your available options so that you can choose the system that’s right for your home or business.
One of the strangest sights you may ever see is the coils on an air conditioner covered in ice on a hot day. Many homeowners in Jacksonville, FL have experienced this problem with their AC unit. This phenomenon is known as “air conditioner freeze-up” and the problem may occur for several reasons.
Ductless HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) systems, also known as mini-split or split systems, bring great room-to-room comfort for certain buildings, including cooling for garages, music studios, hobby rooms, older or smaller homes, hotel rooms, condos and apartments.