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Our Technicians Are Factory Trained To Provide Quality Miami Air Conditioning and Heating Repair Services!
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.
Why Call Miami Air Conditioning Repair?
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 Is It That.......?
Air Conditioning Generates Heat?
The mechanics of a refrigerating air conditioner require it to produce waste heat in order to make cold air as well.
Basically an air conditioner applies the general gas law of PV=nRT where:
n=number of moles
R=the gas constant
Basically the law states that when the pressure of a gas is decreased, it gets colder because there is a direct relationship between the temperature and the pressure of any gas.
Air conditioners basically utilise a compressor-pump assembly filled with a very compressible gas. The cooling effect is produced by decompressing the gas and sending the chilled gas through a heat exchanger. The heat exchanger is a screen of small tubes that normal air is blown through by a fan. The air gets cold because of contact with the chilled heat exchanger. These air conditioners are far more energy efficient and do not produce the large amounts of waste heat that refigerated systems do because the basically there is only a fan to move the air and no energy hungry compressor machinery to power.
The compressor machinery produces heat as a by-product of it being an electrical machine in motion and the compression stage of the gas inside. The compression stage is required in order for the decompression stage to be possible. Obviously, this produces heat which is dumped outside the airconditioner (and the area being cooled) which is why you will feel a lot of heat coming from it if you are close.
The whole process is energy intensive due to the compressor and the fan to drive air through the system. This is why refrigerated air conditioning is a very high consumer of electrical power.
Evaporative airconditioners utilise the phase-shift effect to reduce temperature. When water shifts from being a liquid to a vapour, it requires a lot of energy. The energy is heat. Air is cooled by stealing the heat energy from it to make water evaporate. That is why evaporative air conditioners are often referred to as heat pumps.
Can You Get A Chronic Cough / Uri From Too Much Air Conditioning?
About 2 Weeks Ago I Developed A Really Bad Chronic Cough And Had To Go To The Doctor. She Told Me I Had An Upper Respiratory Infection And Gave Me A 10 Day Amount Of Medicine To Take, Which Should Then Get Rid Of The Cough.
I Now Continue To Have The Same Cough And It'S Just As Bad As Before. I Was Wondering If You Can Obtain A Chronic Cough Or Uri From Either Being In Air Conditioning With Fans On Too Often Or From Being Reclined Often. I Am Now Out Of Medicine And The Cough Sounds Like A Terrible Bark From A Dog, And I Become Exhausted After About 2 Hours Of Experiencing This( I Tend To Cough About 40 Times An Hour, However, When I Am Focused On Something I Tend To Cough Less, Which Is Odd..)
So If I Do Not Feel Better Within This Week I Will Be Going Back To The Doctor Yet Again...
Any Help Is Highly Appreciated.
If you have central air or air ducting, mold, dust, dirt, animal hair, rodent droppings urine etc.can get into the ventilation and the air you breathe. Also it is necessary to clean or change the air filters often.
Air Conditioning Freezing Up. Split Unit Heat Pump.?
I Just Got A Brand New Coleman Heat Pump. Best I Can Afford. My Blower Unit Is Still The Original 9 Year Old One. I Have Ice Forming At The Filter When I Run The A.C. And The Ac Never Cools Anything. My Pressures Are 25Low And 150 On The High. Too Low Or Too High?.... The Fan Blows Air At A Pretty Decent Pressure. There Is No Leaks That I Know Of At The Blower Unit? Please Any Suggestions...
What refrigerant? Is there still ice on the evaporator coil? If it's R-22 and there is no ice, the pressures are too low and you possibly have a refrigerant leak. You cannot check operating pressures properly if there is ice on the evaporator coil.
Response to additional details:
If there is no ice, those pressures are too low for R-22. It is icing up because it's low, not the other way around. It needs some refrigerant. You have a leak somewhere. The leak needs to be located and repaired or you're going to keep losing refrigerant.
Why Is My Central Air Conditioning Keeps Freezing Up At The Coils? And Can It Be Fix?
I Live In South Carolina And I Need Air Conditioning. I Got A Small Child, And I Also Have To Take Care Of My Dad Who Has Parkinson'S Disease. I Am A Stay At Home Mom, And Everyday My Coils Are Freezing Up. It Reads Around 80, But I Put 74. It Seems To Happen When I Really Need It Around 2Pm. To &Quot;Fix&Quot; It I Turn Off My Ac And Let It Melt, But At Night It Is Back Up To 80 Again And I Turn It Off All Night Until Around 11Am And Turn On The Air. I Use To Cook Lunch For Them And I Thought It Was The Stove/Oven Heating The House And Not Letting It Get Cool. Now All I Make Is Sandwiches And It Seems To Be Hot Still. I Have A Clean Filter, And I Just Put It In 2 Weeks Ago, Right Around The Time This Started. Is It The Filter Doing It? Or Is There Another Thing Making It Not Cool My House. Do I Need A New Air Condition Unit? This Is About 5Yr Old Unit. If It Can Be Fix Can And I Do It My Self? If Not, About How Much Am I Looking At Paying?
Possible causes :
Dirty Furnace filter ( you can change it use a pleated one! )
- If the filter was mesh which is the worst filter on the planet, you evaporator coil might be plugged up
Low on charge
With that being said with it only being 5 years old you still should be under MFG warranty. It only covers the cost of the parts NOT I repeat Not the labor. If you know who put the system in call them and have them check it out. You should not have a leak if everything was replaced.
By the way running it in this manner is NOT a good idea. You can damage the compressor.
Any Seniors Here?? What Was It Like In The 40'S? 50'S? How Has The World Changed?
Many Seniors I Speak To , Don'T Talk Much Of The Old Days, I Am In My Early Twenties, And Every Time I Want To Talk About What The Old Days Were Like For Them, It Seems To Be Brushed Off For Some Reason... How Has The World Changed ? Is It Shocking To See This Change? How Did You Deal With This Fast Change?
In my parents' lifetime they have seen the beginning of commercial air travel, television, freeways, air conditioning (instead of swamp coolers), refrigerators (instead of the ice box) and telephones in almost every home. I have seen the invention of computers, cell phones, color tv, fax machines, space travel, Internet. I'm sure there are many more examples. The growth of the cities and population in general has been a huge difference between then and now. My sleepy little town is now a major city. Two lane roads are now interstate highways. A lot of the changes, especially the inventions, have made life easier.
Miami Air Conditioning Repair
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Miami, FL 33128
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