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CA HVAC Lic #: 918769

HVAC Installations & Replacements

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Free Estimates On All Installations & Replacements

Home Air Conditioning

Home Heating

Commercial Air Conditioning

Commercial Heating

We Know How To Fix:

  • Uneven Air Temps (Hot & Cold Spots)

  • High Utility Bills

  • Dirty / Allergy / Dusty Air

  • Noisy HVAC Systems

  • Home With No Central HVAC (Ducted System)

Our Service Area

Whittier, CA.

Hacienda Heights, CA.

Pico Rivera, CA.

La Mirada, CA.

La Habra, CA.

Downey, CA.

Norwalk, CA.

Santa Fe Springs, CA.

Surrounding Cities

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Money Back Guarantee
  • Money Back Guarantee: We will gladly give you back your money if you’re not satisfied with your installation.
  • We only require that you tell us your concerns and give us the opportunity to resolve the issues.
  • We stand by our work and we know we can resolve any issue that may occur.
Your Installation Matters, We Care!
  • We provide tarps through all areas we will be working/ walking.
  • We’ll always wear boot covers when in your home.
  • If your custom home installation takes longer than one day we will remove all trash and equipment from inside your home before we leave.
What To Expect on Your Free Consultation
  • We will listen to your needs.
  • Evaluate your home’s HVAC needs.
  • Show you the value of why we are the best in the industry.
  • Provide you with a custom comfort solution for you and your home.

HVAC systems Installed Since 2008

2654

Our "Care Free Parts & Labor Warranty"

10 Year

Estimates On New Systems

Free

Our Happy Customers

Some Of Our Projects

$85

Systems Starting At $85 Month
O.A.C.

$1000 Off

High Efficiency Systems

30%

Energy Savings On Our Standard A/C Systems

The Real Value.... The Installation

Always remember that the equipment you install in your home is only as good as how it was installed.

There are plenty of studies that prove the point that the contractor you choose to replace or install your air conditioning and heating equipment should know what they’re doing. (Just Because They Are Licensed Does Not Mean They Are Doing A Good Job.)

North Carolina Alternative Energy Corp.:

  • 90% Of The Units Tested Exhibited Some Energy Wasting Problem
  • 50% Had An Improper Refrigerant Charge
  • 40% Failed To Meet Minimum Air Flow Criterion
  • 20% Were Barely Inside The Range Specified By Manufacturers.
  • A Deficiency Of Only 20% In Indoor Air Flow Reduces The Seer Rating By 17%
  • A 15% Return Air Leak From A 120° Attic Could Reduce A 12 SEER to 6 SEER!

Pacific Gas & Electric HVAC Energy Audit: Found The Average Energy Savings From Correcting Your HVAC System

  • Repairing Disconnected Ducts Was 15%
  • Repairing Of Diffuser (vents) Leakage 7.5%
  • Correct Low Air Flow Was 5.6%
  • Fixed Leaks & Correct Refrigerant Levels was 18%

Texas A & M University:

  • Found That A 23% Refrigerant Undercharge Could Result In A 52% Efficiency Loss.

Financing Is Always Available

  • 60 Months Same As Cash*
  • Low Payment, Low-Interest Options*
  • Heros Program

*O.A.C.

Pricing

  • The first thing most people want to know is how much their system is going to cost.
  • The price depends upon two things: Your home’s requirements and the options you choose.
  • We offer a wide variety of systems from the primary industry standard models to the high tech’ computerized models.
  • When we finish the evaluation, with your help, we should have enough information to put together a few system options for us to review.

Our Complete Service

Whether you go with our company, another company or do nothing at all, you’ll have all the information you need to make an informed decision regarding a new air conditioning and heating system after your free estimate. Depending on the number of questions you have and how long it takes to perform the heat loss and heat gain calculations this process will take about 90 minutes.

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What's Involved In Replacing Your Existing HVAC Equipment

We take pride in knowing that we are the best air conditioning & heating replacement company in the industry.  However, the only way we can measure that we are doing the best is with checks and balances that every installation we perform is the same and to the standards, we built our reputation on.  After every installation, the lead installer will review your comfort system with this checklist and ensure the installation was done right the first time and to make sure in the top 10% installations nationwide.  This checklist is saved with our records, so with every maintenance and if repairs are ever needed, we can make sure your system is running properly and efficiently.

Heating Replacement Checklist

  • Provide floor covers from the front door to the furnace area
  • Every team member is wearing shoe cover before entering the home
  • Every team member is wearing Comfort Time Identification
  • Turn off all gas to the system and remove electrical plug and thermostat wire
  • Disconnect all ductwork connected to the furnace
  • Remove furnace from area
  • Set a new furnace in the area
    • Attic: Hang furnace with semic straps and ensure it is level
    • Closet / Garage: Reinforce base if needed. Set new furnace and seal base for leaks
  • Modify existing ductwork to connect properly with new furnace
  •  Connect all duct work to the furnace and seal all seams and cracks with duct sealant
  • Provide a new gas flex at the end of the existing gas line with a new shut off valve
  • Provide a new electrical whip (cord) to the new furnace
  • Connect all electrical thermostat wire to the new furnace
  • Repair basic tares and disconnected duct where access allows
  • Install new exhaust venting at the furnace and where area allows.
  • Install a new thermostat system if the thermostat is older than five years old
  • Provide a complete startup to the system and check air conditioning if needed
  • Provide customer with warranty paperwork
  • Provide a new filter system with the date on the furnace
  • Provide a new Comfort Time Service Repair Log to furnace Cabinet (with notes of the first operation)
  • Provide Comfort Time Sticker to the unit as a reminder of warranty and service agreement
  • Remove and take all trash created from the installation
  • Remove and take old furnace from home
  • Review the heater and thermostat with the customer and go over any questions
  • Confirm All Items On Contract Are Completed
  • Ensure The Customer is 100% Satisfied with The Installation, If not address the issues and resolve the problems.
  • Have this Form Signed and Return To Office To File With Customer Information.

Air Conditioning Replacement Check List

  • Every team member is wearing shoe cover before entering the home
  • Every team member is wearing Comfort Time Identification
  • If the compressor is still operation pump down all refrigerant from the line-set
  • Remove all electrical from the air conditioning unit
  • Cut existing copper line set from air conditioning unit
  • Remove the existing thermostat wire from the air conditioning unit
  • Remove existing condenser from the area
  • Place a new condenser pad where the new unit is going to be set
  • Place the new condensing unit on top of pad and strap to the floor
  • Flush out existing copper line set to remove any contaminates inside system
  • Weld existing copper line to the new condenser
  • Provide a pressure test to the copper line set to ensure there is no leak from new welds
  • Provide a vacuum to the copper line set to remove all moister from the system to  600 Microns
  • Provide new insulation on exposed copper line set
  • Provide a new electrical disconnect and whip to the condenser with fuses
  • Connect existing thermostat wire to the system
  • Provide refrigerant to the system
  • Provide a complete start-up to the system and ensure the unit is running to manufactures settings
  • Install new thermostat to the system if the thermostat is older than 5 years old
  • Provide a complete startup to the system and check Air Conditioner if needed
  • Provide customer with warranty paperwork
  • Provide a new filter to the system with date
  • Provide a new Comfort Time Service Repair Log to Air Conditioning Cabinet (with notes of the first operation)
  • Provide Comfort Time sticker to the unit as a reminder of warranty and service agreement
  • Remove and take all trash created from the installation
  • Remove and take old Air Conditioning from home
  • Review the Air Conditioning and thermostat with the customer and go over any questions
  • Confirm All Items On Contract Are Completed
  • Ensure The Customer is 100% Satisfied with The Installation, If not address the issues and resolve the problems.
  • Have this Form Signed and Return To Office To File With Customer Information.
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