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  • Why is new HVAC system so expensive?
    Quality of equipment: HVAC systems require high-quality equipment to function properly, and this can be expensive. High-end units may come with advanced features and high efficiency, but they can also drive up the cost. Labor costs: HVAC systems require professional installation, which can be costly due to the complexity of the equipment and the specialized skills required. Energy efficiency: Many consumers are willing to pay a premium for HVAC systems that are energy-efficient, as they can help reduce energy bills and save money in the long run. However, these systems often come at a higher upfront cost due to the advanced technology and materials used. Overall, while new HVAC systems can be expensive, they are essential for maintaining comfortable and healthy indoor environments. Investing in a high-quality HVAC system can lead to long-term cost savings through improved energy efficiency and reduced constant repair needs.
  • when replacing an outdoor unit, Should indoor unit also be replaced?
    When replacing an outdoor unit, it's not always necessary to replace the indoor unit as well, but it's important to consider a few factors before making a decision. Energy efficiency—Efficiency ratings are formed on corresponding paired equipment performance. While putting in one new unit will improve performance, efficiency will be decreased from what it was engineered to be. And your savings will not be as big as they’d be with a matched system. Equipment age—If your AC is 10 years old (or older), your heating system is likely just as outdated. Changing both means you’ll enjoy a lot of of years of efficient comfort, no matter the time of year. Technology upgrades—There have been a lot of recent improvements in HVAC technology, especially in energy efficiency, air filtration and quiet heating and cooling. You’ll have these benefits year-round when you update the complete system. Additionally, if there are compatibility issues between the old and new units, such as differences in refrigerant types or electrical requirements, replacing both units may be necessary. It would appear installing just a new condenser or air handler may feel like a bargain. But it’s not quite a good choice when you consider reduced efficiency.
  • What is a AC Tune-up and how much does it cost?
    An AC tune-up is a routine maintenance service that is performed on an air conditioning system to keep it running efficiently and prevent potential problems from occurring. During an AC tune-up, a licensed HVAC technician will inspect, clean, and adjust various components of the AC system, including the air filter, condenser coils, blower motor, and refrigerant levels. The cost of an AC tune-up can vary depending on factors such as , the size and type of the AC system, We offer annual maintenance plans that include a tune-up, along with other services. Give us a call for a price quote While the cost of an AC tune-up may seem like an unnecessary expense, it can actually save you money in the long run by helping to prevent costly breakdowns and prolonging the lifespan of your AC system. It can also improve the overall efficiency of your AC system, which can lower your energy bills.
  • What is a Service Call fee?
    A Service call fee is the expense associated with the time and travel for a technician or our team member to your home.
  • What Brands do You Install and Service?
    We work on all makes and models in West Palm Beach.
  • How can I eliminate indoor unit odors?
    Odors from the air handler can be caused by several factors, such as dirty coils, clogged filters, and stagnant water in the condensate drain pan. Here are some ways to eliminate odors from your air handler: Change air filters: The air filter in your air handler should be changed regularly to prevent dust and other particles from accumulating in the system. A dirty air filter can cause unpleasant odors to circulate throughout your home or office. Clean coils: Dirty coils can also cause odors to be emitted from the air handler. Hire us to clean the coils and ensure they are free of dirt and debris. Inspect the condensate drain pan: Stagnant water in the condensate drain pan can cause unpleasant odors. Check the pan regularly to ensure it is draining properly, and clean it with a mixture of water and vinegar to remove any buildup. Install a UV lights: Installing UV lights in the air handler can help kill bacteria and mold that can cause unpleasant odors. UV lights can also help improve indoor air quality by removing harmful particles from the air.
  • How often should I change my air filters?
    The frequency at which you should change your air filters depends on several factors, such as the type of filter you are using, the level of air pollution in your area, and the amount of use your HVAC system gets. Here are some general guidelines for when to change your air filters Air filter type Total indoor air quality Quantity of pets Household size Air pollution levels and construction near the residence Your Air filter MERV Rating a good rule of thumb, you will need to check the air filter more often to decide if it has to be replaced. Dogs don't shed the same amount all year. They shed more in the spring and fall when they are blowing their coat. Take a look at the air filter monthly and change it when it looks clogged.
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