Air Conditioning for Your Florida Home
In Florida, ensuring your air conditioner is operational is important year-round. We offer full service maintenance, repair, and installation for residential AC units. Whether you need to repair damage or deterioration within your unit, schedule preventative maintenance to make sure it keeps you cool and stays energy efficient – or just replace your unit altogether. American Air and Heat is here to help!
Scheduling regular maintenance on your HVAC unit by a licensed technician is essential for lengthening your unit’s lifespan and keeping it energy efficient. Sometimes dirt and debris can build up in your filter, vents, or coils and force your unit to consume extra energy in order to cool your entire home.
An American Air and Heat technician will evaluate your system, fix any necessary repairs, and use specialized tools to clean dirt and debris from its interior components. The technician will also make recommendations for preventative maintenance you can provide to the system yourself to maximize its efficiency and lifespan.
If your HVAC unit breaks down in the hot Florida sun, you won’t want to wait long to have it repaired. Our NATE-certified HVAC technicians have all the necessary tools and education to fix any HVAC issues you might be experiencing.
We take the safety of our customers seriously, and we understand that emergencies don’t always happen during business hours. If you need to schedule an emergency repair outside of regular business hours, you can contact our live call center 24/7.
With regular maintenance, an HVAC unit can last for 15 or even 20 years. But all good things must come to an end, and that includes your unit. If your unit is aging or goes out completely, we can recommend quality products for replacement. We will see the installation of your new HVAC through from start to finish, beginning with selecting just the right HVAC system for your home and ending with a licensed American Air and Heat HVAC technician replacing your old unit with a brand new one.