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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.
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
Home Air Conditioning?
I'M Looking To Install A Few Window Air Conditioners In My Home. I'M Wondering What I Should Be Looking For When I Go Out Shopping For One. Also, Where Would Be The Best Place To Get One? What Brands Are Good? Do I Need An Extended Warranty? My Windows In My Home Crank/ Swing Open. How Do I Install A Window Unit With This Style Of Window? Should I Just Get A Portable A/C Unit? Can I Easily Remove The Window Unit If I Move?
It partially depends on the size of the room you are cooling, but some of the highest rated brands are from GE, Kenmore, and Frigidaire. (Sears carries at least a couple of these brands). I would recommend talking to someone in the store about your particular type of windows. It may just depend on how far open the window swings, and the size of the a/c units available. Good luck!
Air Conditioner Or Air Purifier/Cleaner?
I Live In A Condominium In The Middle Of The City Where The Pollution Is Bad.
Should I Buy A Good Air Purifier/Clear Or Should I Buy A New Air Conditioner?
I Need Either Of Them Turned On The Whole Day To Really Keep The Dust And Pollution Under Control.
The Room Is Always Closed But The Dust And Pollution Finds Its Way Inside.
I Need To Consider The Electric Bill... Cant Afford It To Be Too Expensive.
Air conditioners and purifiers serve for different purposes. if your main issue is pollution, then for sure you need to buy an air purifier.
You can check the chart here (http://air-cleaner-systems.com/compare-air-cleaners.html) to choose which type suits you better. Since your main problem is dust, ionic or HEPA purifier will work best for you. Nowadays, all major manufacturers offer energy efficient devices that will help you save on electric bills, too. Simply chose your favorite brand, and you will find the device you need.
Traditionally the best air cleaner manufacturers are: Oreck, Honeywell, Hunter, Kenmore, IQAir, Blueair, Airfree, and Surround Air.
Is Baseboard Or Forced Hot Air Better For Heating A House In The Northeast?
Have An Old Boiler In My House That Needs To Be Replaced It Currently Heats The Hot Water And Blows Hot Air For Heat So Most Of The Ductwork For Forced Is In Place Would It Be More Cost Effective To Replace With Baseboard Hot Water And Hot Water For The Tap Or Should I Go With A Conventional Hot Air Furnace And A Seperate On Demand Water Heater ??
In my experience hot water heat (hydronic) is easily the most comfortable (second only to in-floor radiant heat). The radiators, whether the older cast iron or newer baseboard, radiate heat as well as circulate, thus more comfortable and fewer cold areas. Radiant heat presents less of a problem with heat gathering at the ceiling (thus the reason radiant heat was used in the old cathedrals). Negatives are: The initial installation expense may be more; inability to have central air conditioning; more difficult for the homeowner to extend the system.
Forced air (known as "scorched air" by many pros) tends to hit you with cool air on start-up, can be noisy, often feels as though the room cools down faster, will send much of the heat to the ceiling as "warm air rises", and presents more of a potential problem with carbon monoxide if the furnace heat exchanger fails. Positives include: Usually less expensive to install initially; easier for a homeowner to extend the system; can be used for a central air conditioning system.
Should I Buy A 1995 Mercedes E300 Diesel?
I Have Recently Seen The Car And Can Honestly Say That I Think Its Worth The $4400 Price Tag.
The Person I Plan To Buy It From Seems Like A Reputable Seller And A Genuinely Nice Person.
The Only Thing That Makes Me Weary Of The Purchase Is The Mileage On The Car: 250,000 Miles!
I Plan On Converting The Car To Run On Bio Diesel And I Don'T Want Some 1980 Piece Of Trash. The Mercedes Seems Like A Good Balance Of Both Good Fuel Economy, Reliability And Luxury.
I Had A Mechanic Look At The Car And He Said There Were No Major Problems Only What Was Mentioned By The Seller.
I Am Most Worried About The Car Breaking Down After Purchase And Getting Stuck With A Huge Repair Bill.
The Seller Also Supplied A Car Fax, And It Hasn'T Been In Any Major Crashes Or Anything I Should Be Worried About.
Here Are The Stats Of The Car As Supplied By The Seller:
It Is A Fairly Recent And Distinctively Classy Vehicle. Strong, Reliable, And Economical.
250.000 Miles (Engine Has Been Babied!!)
29Mpg City/36 Highway
Can Run On Ecodiesel, Or Can Easily Be Converted To Veggie Oil.
Clean Title In Hand
Currently Registered. And Smog Isn'T Required For Diesels!
Air Conditioning (Heat Blows Hot, A/C Blows Cold)
All Power Options (Sunroof, Windows, Steering, Cruise Control, Abs, Seats, Door Locks)
Stereo With Cassette Deck And 6 Cd Changer
Black Leather Interior (Good Condition)
Integrated Satellite Phone
Super Spacious Trunk!
New Brakes And Rotors ($700) And New Battery
Engine Runs Strong, Transmission Shifts Smoothly. No Mechanical Problems. Everything In The Car Is Fully Functional.
One Rear Window Doesn'T Work, One Side Was Keyed (Paint Was Scratched), Roof Is Oxidizing. Everything Else Is Perfectly Fine.
So, Should I Buy It?
if one rear window doesn't work its a cheap fix, but use dealer part, those aftermarket ebay parts break within a 1 year.
that mileage not to bad for the car, i owned one a few years ago. i loved it!!!
handled great for such a heavy car, the engine will last you a million miles of you keep up with proper maintenance.
you make have to replace the suspension, the front end will cost you about a 1000 if you do it yourself, but its worth it from the dealer. after market is junk unless you buy bilstein or febi eibach components, maybe Moog.
always talk the seller down and use the suspension or anything you find against him.
that's normal for the paint
as for the Veggie oil conversion, buy an old 1980s or older mercedes. this engine is a little more refined and uses a computer( ECU) and you dont want to mess anything up unlike the older diesels because you will kill something and its expensive to replace. the veggie oil conversion will even shorten the life of the bullit proof diesels from the 1980's or any diesel for that matter. I had the same dilema and my trusted diesel mechanic said not to do that with this car.
this car saved my life after flipping 3 times so i know its a tank
I Was Given A Mattress That Was In A House Fire. It Is In Great Condition Except It Smells Like Campfire Smoke?
Fe Breeze Works For About A Half Day, Baking Soda Does Absolutely Nothing, Can'T Really Afford To Buy A New One Now. What About Injecting Bleach ? Any Ideas ? Trying To Avoid Bagging It In A Plastic / Rubber Bag.
Spray with febreze and air outside in the sun.
Miami Air Conditioning Repair
151 NW 5th St
Miami, FL 33128
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