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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

Injecting Radioactive Air Into Spinal Fluid?
I Think The Air Was Radioactive, So The Doctor Could See Where The Air Bubble He Injected Into My Spinal Fluid Was Going, (But I Might Be Wrong, The Details Of The Procedure Weren'T Exactly Shared With Me, There Was No Legal Reason To. I Do Know The Air Though Was &Quot;Stained&Quot; With Something :-( But My Question Is: &Quot; How Much Air Is Injected Into A Person Undergoing A Pneumoencephalogram?&Quot; I Think It Is At Least 30 Cc, But I'D Like A More Accurate Number For All Those Idiots Out There Who State There Is No Such Procedure Of Injecting Air Or Other Gases Into A Human'S Cerebrospinal Fluid & Insist That Injecting Air Into A Human Would Kill Them, Therefore A Pneumoencephalogram Cannot Exist.

It is indeed a real test, but it is almost never used anymore because there are better methods to obtain the high-contrast that pneumoencephalography provides. A quick search of UpToDate demonstrated no returns and I can find no current references to the procedure in my hospital's online library (though I confess I did not do a particularly exhaustive search) so I can't come up with a number for you.

Frankly, the largest paragraph I found about the procedure was from wikipedia and it echoed what little else I could find: it is an arcane procedure that -- in the age of fluoroscopy, PET, CT, contrast MRI and fMRI -- isn't particularly useful and comes with far more complications and side-effects than it is worth. Any information obtained from a pneumoencephalogram is more easily obtained from one or a combination of the above procedures; all of which have minimal side-effects and complications.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pneumoencep...

Average Cost 2 Replace Hvac, Air Conditioning System (Heat Pump, Condensor, Ducts, Etc) In Central Floridal??
I Have A 1 Story, Block Home In Central Florida (Built 63')- 45 Yrs Old. Installed Tempstar Unit 10 Yrs Ago (2.5 Ton) When I Bought My Home. Now The Accumulator Is Leaking & Beginning 2 Rot ($500-$700 To Replace I'D Rather Use That Money Towards Replacing The Entire System). The Ducts Are Metal-Must Be Original. I Can Only Imagine How Much Mold & Bacteria Is Encrusted In The Ducts This Is Why I Am Thinking It May B Best 2 Replace Entire System. I Tend 2 Cough In The Mornings & Wonder If This Is Related 2 This Issue Since I Am Not A Smoker & In Good Health. When The Tempstar Unit Was Installed 10 Yrs Ago My Home Was 964 Sq Ft-We Have Since Converted A Sun Porch Into A Room W/ Insulated Walls & Now Have 1100 Sq Ft - 2 Small Ac Ducts Were Added In The Ceiling-Keeps The Room Cool. It Was Suggested I May Need 2 Increase To A 3 Ton Unit W/The New Room Addition-Will Find Out When More Tests Are Run. I'Ve Been Told Florida Code Now Requires 'Returns' B Added 2 Each Bedroom Which Is Something

Go with a Goodman or a RUUD.Just as reliable,good warranties,and far less expensive.Trane ,Carrier,or Lennox will definately cost you more and you'll be no happier.
Indoor,outdoor,3 ton 13 SEER,and new ducts.5000$-8000$

Heating And Air Conditioning?
Out Of These 3 Companies Which Of These Are The Overall Best In Service And Reliability With Their Heating And Air Conditioning Products: Carrier, Train Air Conditioning, And American Standard?

Both Trane and Carrier are big companies. Carrier is part of the behemoth United Technologies and is a larger HVAC company overall. Service is very dependent on the dealer that serves you

Residentially, I've seen more Carrier furnaces and split-system A/C's than Trane. They both make good units but Carrier has a slight edge with their Infinity ICS line of furnaces and evaporator coils. However, in the commerical market I've seen many more Trane rooftop AC's over the last 5 years than Carrier.

Who Invented Air Conditioning For General Motors Cars?

Great question. You may remember that "frigidaire" was a world leader in refrigeration, and it was part of GM. Most people (some of whom already answered this question) are completely ignorant of GM's pioneering role in refrigeration. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frigidaire

So your question really relates to the history of frigidaire. It was a corporate effort, plain and simple, so you wouldn't pin the whole effort on one person. They had one enormous contribution. GM was the first to demonstrate that CFC's would be suitable refrigerants. The criteria were non-flammable and non-toxic. According to wikipedia, Freon, in this case dichlorodifluoromethane, was invented by Thomas Midgley, Jr. with co-inventor Charles Kettering.[1] You may recognize the name Kettering - He was GM's head of research. Midgely may have been the most influential chemical inventor that GM ever had:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Midg...

Chevy Cavalier Air Condition Fan Problem?
My 2002 Cavalier'S Ac Is Acting Strangely - The Cooling/Heating Is Fine, But The Fan Only Kicks In When I Have The Knob Turned To The Third Strongest Setting. Anything Lower And Nothing Happens. Is This A Fan Belt Problem Or Something Else? I Can'T Really Afford To Take It To The Shop Unless It'S Something Easy To Fix And Inexpensive, So I'D Appreciate Any Advice On What The Problem Could Be And How To Best Fix It!!

It could be a bad switch, blown fuse or it could also be a part called a resistor. I would start with replacing the resistor since they usually are only $5.00 to $10.00 bucks and are fairly easy to replace. If the fuse is ok, then the fan switch and resistor are next in line to send power to the fan on low speeds..the high speed is controlled by the fan switch and a relay.
The resistor is a small plastic plate about the size of a credit card mounted to the heater/ac duct under the hood..usually on the passenger side of the engine compartment. It is usually held in place by two screws and has terminals on it with 4 or 5 wires connected to the terminals. Purchase a new one first at a parts store or dealership and when you take off the old one just transfer the wires from the old one to the new one in the same positions. You'll notice on the back side of the resisitor there are 2 or 3 coils of wire..these coils vary the current to the fan from the switch thereby controlling the fan speed and I'm guessing that one or two of the coils is burned out or the terminals.
If this does not solve the problem, I would say it's the fan switch itself on the dash which is bad and may be harder to replace by yourself but they are usually pretty cheap parts..just the labor might be a little high to take the dash apart at a shop.
Good luck!! Paul

Miami Air Conditioning Repair


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Information About Miami

Downtown Miami is Miami's bustling epicenter, packed with gleaming skyscrapers, sweeping bay views, and hidden places to explore. From the area of layers--decades of record overlapping and colliding; tourism destinations like Interface of Miami alongside local favorites like North american Airlines World, home to the Miami Warmth; century-old structures among new pockets of young residents who call the neighborhood home. Where its southern neighbor Brickell is modern, towering, and thick, Downtown Miami is a mix of the old and the new. It was the site of 1 of Miami's earliest international destinations, Henry Flagler's Royal Hand Hotel, which opened up in 1897 along the lender of the Miami River. Downtown Miami was home to Miami's first development boom in the 1910s and 1920s, with Flagler Neighborhood at its primary. Freedom Tower, listed here in our itinerary, was the entry point for Cuban refugees arriving in Miami in 1959. Today, Downtown Miami's inhabitants has doubled in fewer than 10 years, and those new residents have brought new restaurants, bars, outlets, parks, and world-class museums.

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