With more than 20 years of experience, Donmar helps maintain A/C units, promotes clean air inside the home, and helps stave off future and potentially pricey A/C breakdowns. During the course of a 30–45-minute seasonal-maintenance inspection, technicians will check for proper airflow, inspect refrigerant levels, and make sure all electrical components are working properly. Donmar's breeze benefactors will also tighten electrical connections, wash and replace the unit's permanent filter, ensure proper condensate drainage, and provide lubrication where required. These HVAC handymen are able to service all brands of air conditioners and will provide separate price quotes for any repairs to a unit's filters, coils, or in-unit Slurpee-dispensers.
Snell Heating & Air Conditioning's 20-point A/C inspection readies units to combat sweltering summer heat. Before entering homes, neat, trained technicians will don shoe covers to keep clients' homes clean while they clean condensate lines, lubricate motors, and check flux capacitors for ninth-dimensional refrigerant leaks over the course of a comprehensive 60-to-90-minute A/C review. Regular inspections ensure that A/C units efficiently blast freezing breezes throughout the summer months. Plus, with $15,000 in parts stored on every service vehicle, vent whisperers can usually perform any necessary repairs on the spot for an additional fee.
Dressed in crisp blue shirts, the technicians of AAA HVAC Services inspect and snuggle up to all brands of heating and cooling systems. The experts conduct annual inspections and listen in to the tender tinkering of each unit to diagnose problems and whisk away barriers to full efficiency. AAA HVAC's temperature tenders pay as much attention to homeowners as they do to their compressors, fans, and industrial-size electric teakettles, gladly sharing advice on proper insulation or confusing system components.
Fairfax Cooling and Heating Company's team of certified, insured, and licensed technicians installs and maintains home temperature and water systems. They can repair air-conditioning systems, perform boiler service, and install water heaters, with 24/7 emergency service in case an indoor snowstorm hits during the night. Diligence in completing jobs within quoted times helps clients avoid overtime charges.
Founded in 1958, Air Treatment Company's licensed, insured, and certified technicians have worked to provide solutions to indoor heating and air-conditioning issues. They repair, replace, and service furnaces, heat pumps, and central-air systems, and they gladly provide maintenance for a variety of makes and models. They offer exhaustive service plans that check out heating and cooling systems and can help lower utility bills and increase efficiency.
Sean, the owner of Murphy Family Electric, first worked alongside his electrician father when he was a mere 14 years old. The experience stuck with him, and in addition to a college degree, he went on to attain his master electrical tradesman license. Today, he and his team at Murphy Family Electric carry on the tradition of servicing plugs and switches, upgrading electrical panels, wiring appliances, and meeting other electrical needs.