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What does HVAC stand for?
AAbbreviation for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. The system is used to provide heating and cooling services to buildings. HVAC systems have become the required industry standard for construction of new buildings. Before the creation of this system, the three elements were usually split between three or more devices.
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What size air conditioning unit should I have?
AUnfortunately, there’s no simple rule of thumb for determining the ideal size of system for each home. There are several factors that affect what size and type of unit is most suitable for your home. The only way to ensure you get the ideal solution is to have your home evaluated by a licensed professional.
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How often should I clean my filters?
AIf you have washable filters, they should be cleaned approximately once a month depending on the environmental factors.
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How often should I have maintenance done on my unit?
AYou should frequently maintain your domestic unit as per Manufacturer specifications. This not only ensures maximum efficiency, it enables your technician to foresee possible future problems.
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Is there anything I need to check before logging a call?
AIf it’s not working, check to ensure that the unit is turned on. If so, check that the breakers are on.

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  • Are there any environmentally-friendly air conditioning systems available?

    Yes, several manufacturers have developed new a/c systems that are safe for the ozone-layer.

  • Why is it important to choose a reliable company with trained technicians to install or repair my unit?

    Make sure you find a reliable certified company who stands behind their work. Also, make sure the company is approved by the dealer/supplier to ensure that the supplier warranty will be valid.

  • Do we install and maintain automotive air conditioning?

    No we do not install and maintain automotive air conditioning.

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