Air Conditioning Services

Scheduled Maintenance – Inspections – Repairs – Replacements

Our Air Conditioning Services

Installation: Whether you’re upgrading to a new system or installing air conditioning for the first time, our experts will handle the installation process with precision and care.

Repair: From minor repairs to major fixes, we have the skills and expertise to troubleshoot and resolve any air conditioning issues quickly and effectively.

Maintenance: Regular maintenance is key to prolonging the lifespan of your air conditioning system. Our maintenance services will keep your unit running smoothly and efficiently.

Emergency Services: Air conditioning emergencies can occur at any time. Rest assured, our team is available 24/7 to provide emergency repairs and ensure your comfort is restored promptly. 

Home HVAC Maintenance

Types of Air Conditioning Systems

Central Air Conditioning Systems

Central air conditioning systems are among the most common types of cooling systems used in homes and commercial buildings. They consist of a central unit that cools and dehumidifies air, which is then distributed throughout the building via ductwork and vents. These systems are effective for cooling entire buildings and can offer precise temperature control.

Ductless Mini-Split Systems

Ductless mini-split systems are similar to split system air conditioners but do not require ductwork for air distribution. Instead, they use individual air handlers installed in each room or zone, connected to an outdoor condensing unit via refrigerant lines. Ductless mini-split systems offer energy-efficient cooling and zoning capabilities, making them ideal for retrofitting older buildings or adding cooling to specific areas.

Split System Air Conditioners

Split system air conditioners consist of two main components: an outdoor condensing unit and an indoor evaporator unit. The outdoor unit houses the compressor and condenser coil, while the indoor unit contains the evaporator coil and blower. These systems are flexible and can be used to cool individual rooms or multiple zones within a building.

Window Air Conditioners

Window air conditioners are self-contained units that are installed in windows or through-wall openings. They are typically used to cool individual rooms or small spaces. Window air conditioners are relatively affordable and easy to install, making them a popular choice for apartments, small homes, and temporary cooling needs.

Evaporative Coolers (Swamp Coolers)

Evaporative coolers use the natural process of evaporation to cool air. They draw warm air through moistened pads, where it is cooled by evaporation, and then circulate the cooled air throughout the building. Evaporative coolers are most effective in dry climates and can be an energy-efficient alternative to traditional air conditioners.

Geothermal Cooling Systems

Geothermal cooling systems utilize the stable temperature of the earth to provide efficient cooling. They use a network of underground pipes filled with a refrigerant or water mixture to transfer heat to or from the ground, depending on whether heating or cooling is needed. Geothermal systems are highly efficient but require a significant upfront investment and are best suited for new construction or major renovations.

A/C Tune-Ups

During an AC tune-up, one of our professional HVAC technicians performs a series of maintenance tasks and inspections to ensure that your air conditioning system is operating efficiently and reliably. 

By performing regular AC tune-ups, you can extend the lifespan of your air conditioning system, improve energy efficiency, and reduce the risk of breakdowns and costly repairs. It’s recommended to schedule a tune-up at least once a year, ideally before the cooling season begins, to ensure your system is in top condition when you need it most.

Thermostat Calibration

Our technician will check and calibrate your thermostat to ensure it is accurately reading and maintaining the desired temperature settings.

Air Filter Replacement

Our technician will inspect the air filter and replace it if necessary. A clean air filter helps improve airflow and indoor air quality while reducing strain on the system.

Condenser Coil Cleaning

The outdoor condenser coil can accumulate dirt, debris, and grime over time, reducing the system’s efficiency. Our technician will clean the condenser coil to ensure optimal heat transfer and cooling performance.

Evaporator Coil Inspection

Our technician will inspect the indoor evaporator coil for any signs of dirt or buildup. If necessary, they may clean the coil to improve efficiency and prevent airflow restrictions.

Refrigerant Level Check

The technician will check the refrigerant level and inspect for any leaks. Proper refrigerant levels are essential for efficient cooling, and leaks can lead to reduced performance and system damage.

Condensate Drain Cleaning

Over time, the condensate drain line can become clogged with algae, mold, or debris, leading to water backup and potential water damage. The technician will inspect and clean the condensate drain line to prevent clogs and ensure proper drainage.

Electrical Component Inspection

The technician will inspect electrical connections, controls, and components to ensure they are functioning correctly and safely. They may tighten loose connections and check for signs of wear or damage.

Fan and Motor Inspection

The technician will inspect the fan blades and motor for any signs of wear or damage. They may lubricate moving parts and check for proper operation to ensure optimal airflow.

Overall System Performance Check

Once the maintenance tasks are complete, the technician will test the system’s performance, including temperature output, airflow, and cycling. They may make adjustments as needed to optimize performance and efficiency.


Finally, the technician may provide recommendations for any necessary repairs or upgrades to improve the system’s performance, efficiency, and longevity.

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Santa Clara, CA 95050
(408) 269-1969
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