Miami Lakes Authorized Air Conditioning Contractor-305.299.3737
We are an authorized service provider and dealer for multiple brands that include: TRANE, CARRIER, YORK, RHEEM, RUUD, LENNOX, AMERICAN STANDARD, GOODMAN, FLORIDA HEAT PUMP, CLIMATE MASTER, ETC.
All of our technicians are well qualified, trained, experienced, and EPA and OSHA certified. For over 15 years we have consistently provided the following services in the field of heating ventilation and air conditioning.
- Maintenance Preventative Service Agreement for Residential and Commercial Costumers
- Cooling and Heating Systems of all Brands
- Central Air Conditioning Repair and Replacements
- Indoor Air Quality: UV Light, Dehumidifiers, Humidifiers
- Temperature Control System
- Roof-Top Package Units with Gas/Electric Heat
- Outdoor Package Units
- Chiller Water & Cooling Tower
- Room Air Conditioners
- Ductless Spit Systems
- Duct Cleaning
- Duct Work System Specialist / Design & Installation
- Duct Metal, Fiberglass and Insulation
- Volume Control Dampers
- Fire Smoke Dampers, Fire Damper & Motorized Damper
- Controls: Electronic, Manual, And Pneumatic
- VAV’s, Fans, Louvers, Pumps, Valves
- Heat Exchanger, Electric Duct Heaters
Tips for Energy Saving
- Replace your filter every month. This will help your unit run more efficiently and last longer. One way to help you remember to change your filter is to replace it every time you pay your electric bill.
- Upgrading your thermostat to a unit with a timer to adjust the temperature in your home while you are away, can help save heating and cooling costs when used properly.
- Upgrading your air conditioning system to a high efficiency unit can save you a great deal of money in the long run.
- Add 3 to 6 inches of insulation to your attics, depending on how much is currently in place.
- Having an attic fan with a thermostat switch installed in your attic can also help your house stay cooler and your air conditioning run less.
- Installing ceiling fans in your home can help circulate cool air through the house, which will allow you to keep your thermostat setting a little higher.
- Keep doors and register vents closed in guest rooms and other areas that are not in use. Open them a day or two before guests come to visit.
- Having tinted window film applied to your windows can help keep out the heat on hot days and will help insulate your windows for the cold days. West facing windows are the most critical.
- Replacing old windows with double pained, energy efficient windows can cut costs for both heating and cooling.
- Window coverings, like curtains, blinds, shutters, or shades can also help keep out the sun's hot rays, as well as help block cold drafts on cool days.
- Check seals and caulking around windows and exit doors, both inside and outside. Replace as needed.
Call Now for a Free Estimate at: 305-299-3737 on a Residential or Commercial Needs