Purair Air-Conditioning Services
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It is annoying to deal with broken air conditioner. This is especially true if you are living within an area with high temperature and high humidity, and you can’t get the heating and cooling you need. Luckily, most air condition units will give you an early warning sign before total breakdown happens. So in case you have any issue, call us and our certified technician is always ready to lend a hand. By seeking for help early on, you can prevent the worries of paying the high cost of repair and of course, the high electrical bill.
We all understand how hot the summer season can be so a good air conditioning system can save your neck during the season. Most have considered air conditioning systems to be crucial parts in their lives. When such system is not working, living cannot just be uncomfortable but life-threatening too.
Although repair is always a practical solution but replacement may be a handy choice for repetitive worries. Purair can replace existing condensers, compressors, and evaporating coils. Many homeowners find comfort in replacing their equipment with at least 16 to 21 SEER system. Also, it should be noted that proper installation for the new equipment is critical.
We have a fully stocked mobile warehouse. We have all the tools you may need. Also, most parts in an air conditioning system are universal so the stress of looking for a particular needed tool is very limited.
Our team offers 24 hours service. We are also proud to say that we can handle different makes and models of air conditioning system. We can replace all components like capacitors, contactors, and fan motors.
We can repair/replace/install:
- Indoor Air Quality
- House Not Cool Enough
- Heat Pumps
- Noisy Equipment
- Air Purification
- A/C Blowing Warm Air
- Freon Leaks
- Dust & Allergy Problems
- Air Flow Balancing
- Broken Thermostats
- Duct Leaks
- Rooms Not Cooling
- Frozen copper pipes
- High Electric Bills
Air-Conditioning System Maintenance
Our team can also work to maintain your existing air conditioning equipment to give you a years of peace of mind. We have our BAMP plan which stands for bi-annual maintenance plan and it costs only $99 per system. By availing this plan, our team will visit your home twice a year. We will clean your condenser coil and check all electrical components to ensure the right refrigerant charge. Furthermore, we will go as far as going into your attic to check the main drain line and to see any existing duct work to ensure proper air flow. We will even check the evaporator coil for the presence of bacterial growth. Keep in mind that maintaining your air conditioning system is vital work to ensure the efficiency of your system and your peace of mind. Many problems of the air conditioning unit are seen during the bi-annual checkup so be sure to avail of this plan so problems may be addressed properly before they worsen.
In case you are now ready to schedule a HV Air Conditioning and Heating maintenance appointment then you have to be sure that it is done by a reputable HVAir Conditioning and Heating company possessing all the right tools and experience. After all, it is a complicated process that calls for compliance to the standard regulations. Keep in mind that maintenance does not only guarantee your comfort, but also your protection.
$50 GIFT CARD
with Google review
per System Maintenance Plan
Evaporator Coil Replacement
Purair's preventive maintenance checkup includes the following:
- Checkup of the cooling and heating cycles
- Cleaning and maintenance of the condenser coil
- Checkup of the evaporator coil
- Maintenance of the blower assembly
- Oil fan motors depending on the manufacturers recommendations
- Adjust thermostat
- Examine filter
- Examine safety controls
- Check starting capacity
- Measure the amperage draw electrically
- Check the defrost cycles
- Examine the whole electrical control connections
- Clean out drain line, add tablets to drain pan if algae/sludge present
- Look at the level of outside unit
- Check refrigerant sub cool and superheat
- Examine breakers
- Review the fan blades
- Look at the heat exchanger
- Review heat strips
- Look at reversing valve
- Study contactor and relays