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Miami Air Conditioning Repairis your one-stop for all your home or business comfort solutions, which includes Air Conditioning and Heating service, repairs, sales of new installations as well as home energy audits. For almost 40 years, we have been serving the south Florida area. We are unlike other HVAC contractors in that we take a “whole house” approach to comfort diagnostics and deliver these results at an affordable price which will not break your budget.

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At Miami Air Conditioning Repair, we strive to provide the best customer service in the industry so you are completely satisfied with your repair. Our professional team is trained in all brands and models of HVAC systems for residential and commercial properties. We take the worry out of your emergency. Our staff has worked on practically every type of air conditioning and heating systems. Stop wasting time by calling around to see who can repair your air conditioner, heater or water heater. Save time and energy by calling us now. We’ll dispatch a friendly and qualified repair technician to your home or business and your heating or cooling system will be operational in an affordable and quick time frame!

Some Of The Repair Services We Offer In Miami FL:

  • Air Conditioning Repair
  • Air Conditioning Tune-ups
  • Air Conditioning Installation
  • Air Conditioning Replacements
  • Heating System Repair
  • Heating System Tune-ups
  • Heating System Installations
  • Split System Air Conditioning Units
  • Emergency AC Repair & Service
  • Second Opinions On Major Repairs
  • 2nd Opinions On System Replacement

Frequently Asked Questions

Why Do People Wrapped Aluminum Coating With Air Conditioning Duct When It Is A Good Conductor Of Heat?
Air Conditioning Ducts Are Usually Wrapped In Fiberglass Padding With An Aluminum Coating, In Order To Prevent Heat From Passing Through The Walls Of The Duct And Heating The Air. If Aluminum Is A Good Conductor Of Heat, Why Do They Put Aluminum On The Padding?

The first 2 answers i saw were right on target. But the aluminum coating also acts as a moisture barrier preventing water vapor from entering the insulation and condensing. The whole idea is to keep the duct insulated, reflect the heat from radiation and avoiding condensation. Please note that the fiberglass insulation loses it insulation value once it is wet, so you should only be seeing this insulation on interior ducts that are not exposed to the exterior.

Exterior ducts need additional vapor proofing and normally an aluminum jacket.

Our Air Conditioning Went Out, What Temperature Can Pet Rats Survive At?
Our Air Conditioning Went Out And We Are In The Middle Of A Heat Wave. Thermostat Says 89 Degrees Fahrenheit. Will They Be Able To Make It A Few Days Before The Air Conditioner Gets Fixed? What Should I Do To Make It Better For Them? I Am Replenishing Their Water Frequently. I Could Point A Fan In Their Direction But I Have Always Heard That A Draft Can Make Them Sick. Please Help I Don'T Want Them To Get Ill.

I wouldn't worry much about the draft when you're talking about those temperatures.

I don't have A/C in my living room, so what I do is:

1 - Make hiding spots that have their openings pointed at a dark corner instead of at a window. This lets less heat get into the spot.

2 - Get a paint rolling trough. Fill the deep part with water. Drop in frozen peas or corn. Not only do they like the cool frozen vegetables, but they like the water as well. The slop of the trough gives them a stable place to stand.

3 - Fill a 20 oz. soda bottle with water most of the way. Seal the top as tightly as you can. Freeze. Place bottle in cage. They'll hop on it, lick it, and rub against it to cool down. I usually keep a couple bottles of ice on hand so that I can switch them out as necessary. Just don't completely fill the bottle, as you need room for the water to expand as it freezes.

4 - If the cage is near a window, place a towel, blanket, or boxes between the cage and the window to minimize the heat exposure. This is similar to option 1, but it keeps the whole cage cool.

5 - Fresh veggies and fruits are a smart idea anyway. In the heat, the moisture in the food will help supplement their drinking. Pro tip: baby food can usually provide the same benefits, but is much, much cheaper than running out and buying enough produce to feed all the rats.

6 - Build a platform in your bathtub. Fill the tub with water, but don't submerge the platform. Add rats. Rats are able to swim and some enjoy doing so, especially when it's hot. I hope it goes without saying that you should clean the tub after they're done.

7 - Put a brick in your freezer. Later, put the brick to the cage. Like the pop bottle, it provides a cold object to touch. The difference is that it's a flat object that's easy to lay on top of. Pro tip: one brick per rat is better than one brick total.

8 - 1 bowl + ice cubes. They'll chew on the ice cubes to cool down.

9 - Put ice cubes in their drinking bottle. It'll help keep their water source cool.

What Temperature Should I Set My Air Conditioning At For My Dog While I'M At Work?
I Have A Small Beagle (16 Lbs) And Just Moved To Dallas, Tx. With Summer Coming Soon I Want To Save Electricity By Not Running My Air Conditioning Too Much, But At The Same Time I Don'T Want To Harm My Dog! What Temperature Should I Set My Thermostat For My A/C At While I'M At Work? I'M Thinking 78 Degress; Is That Too Low/High?

78 should be fine make sure you have plenty of water out for her as well and if you have tile that she can access she can also lay their to cool her self if she gets to warm. Good Luck

Why Is My Central Air Conditioning Unit Line Freezing Up When It Is Really Hot?
It Is Not Blowing As Cold Air As It Could When The Outside Line Freezes Up

Bad condensor or a leak or low on refrigerant call an ac guy or girl

My Car Air Conditioning Functions Intermittently Even When It Is Not Cool Enough?
The Car Ac Cools Intermittently.

An ANSWER might be to check the relay for the A/C and replace it, or make sure freon is at correct pressure and levels.

Miami Air Conditioning Repair


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Miami, FL 33128

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