Neal Air Conditioning stabilizes domicile climate change by righting wrongs in home-temperature systems. During the 21-point inspection, technicians carefully walk through a safety checklist that includes checking cooling pressure levels, securing electrical connections, changing filters, and ensuring proper thermostat aptitude. The 45-minute Fahrenheit fine-tuning also includes an adjustment of freon levels and a tune-up of quality and limit controls to make sure homes' indoor air quality is safe for residents and newborn balloon animals.
The certified fix-its at Cowboys Air Conditioning & Heating pamper faithful air conditioners with the Spring into Summer tune-up, a thorough, environmentally friendly maintenance regimen. Because house coolers work best when they're clean, the AC pros perform a chemical cleansing that wipes obstructing dirt and debris from the outside unit and its electrical compartments.
Air Busters of San Antonio is a fully licensed and insured air-conditioner maintenance company (license #TACLB26694E) that swiftly schools misbehaving air conditioners. A one-year maintenance plan includes a summer/spring checkup and a fall/winter checkup (a $79.95 value per checkup), during which Air Busters’ best busters will inspect your air-conditioning unit from top to bottom, making sure that everything is clean and in place, calibrating parts that need tweaking, and ensuring that air and freon are at the appropriate levels. The maintenance plan is complemented by a service call good for the entire year during which a technician will make a trip to your home to diagnose any air-conditioning problem at no extra cost (a $79.95 value). A service call does not include the cost of any parts that may need to be replaced.
For more than 30 years, the HVAC technicians at Jon Wayne Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing have undergone rigorous training to maintain the company's high service standards. Their education includes factory training, coursework at the in-house Jon Wayne Academy, and certification through the North American Technician Excellence (NATE) program. During their visits, technicians outline the company's straightforward pricing and convenient payment plans, and—according to one of their many quality guarantees—employ shoe covers and drop cloths to protect clients' homes.
But the crew's courteousness and thoughtfulness extend beyond their day-to-day protocol. Owner Don Rackler appeared on KENS 5 to help collect school supplies for needy kids, and he and his staff appear regularly on Great Day SA segments to discuss issues such as household safety and health, energy efficiency, and how to make a chimney more Santa Claus–friendly. The company has also donated new heating and cooling systems to area families via the Mi Casa Makeover program.
Like lemon-lime tinted lightning bolts, the fleet of Smart Cars, Hummers, and cargo vans emblazoned with the A/C Doctors logo transport the company's Texas Certified Technicians to each client's home, where they render a wide range of HVAC services. As president, Raul has lead the insured team's charge since founding the business in 2007 after many years spent working with HVAC systems throughout high school, a time when most other kids are just trying to fax themselves dollar bills. Today, Raul's services span the entire spectrum of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, ranging from such basics as tune ups and repair to duct cleaning and full system installations.