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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

Advise On Moving My Heating And Air Conditioning Furnace To Garage?
I Have A Small Home (1300Sq) So Every Space Is Valuable. Soon I Would Like To Think About Remodeling My Master Bathroom. It Is Tiny, I Would Like To Extend Its Space A Little And Behind The Shower Is Where My Furnace Is Closeted. If I Could Move My Furnace And Knock Out That Wall, I Would Be One Happy Girl:) I Live In San Jose, Ca If This Means Anything. Is This An Easy Task? Expensive? What Kind Of Contractor Performs This Kind Of Work? Any Advice Please:)

Well, your looking at many considerations: how do I get enough return air; how do I extend all of the existing ducts to the new furnace location; how do I add more supply air to the larger room; how do I extend the refrigerant lines, the drain line, the electrical, and if a gas furnace the gas line and flue system.

You should get you're remodeling Contractor with a good A/C contractor and get several bids.

What Does It Mean When The Auxiliary Heat Pump Comes On When The Air Conditioner Should Be Running?
Central Air Conditioning/Heat Pump Unit. Close To 90% So It Sounds Like Something Is Messed Up With The Thermostat??

You didn't say whether the unit was cooling or not. There is a temp. delay relay that will turn on the blower when ther is a buildup of heat in the area of the furnace. I suspect this is what is happening to your unit. If the aux. heat is coming on, you have a problem with the t-stat, but first make sure the a/c is cooling correctly. Good luck and God Bless.

Explain The Process Of Competition For Light Between Plants?

You are actually asking a question about evolutionary advantages. growth and small adaptations allow plants to avoid competition by using the resources available effectively. Plants cannot move to find food, they must claim a physical space and all the nutrients and inorganics to support themselves.
Leaves allow many surfaces to be exposed to sunlight, much more space than just a single surface in the same foot print a shrub or tree can occupy.
Height allows plants greater access to sunlight. They are exposed to light from behind rocks and before other smaller plants. Why height rather than photosynthesize with greater efficiency with available sunlight? Chance allowed that, it was effective, so it continued. It was effective enough selection favored plants with vascular structures so now we see some 315,000 species of plants with the ability to move water up against the pull of gravity (Tracheophytes) versus only 15,000 species of mat forming Bryophytes (mosses).
Plants invest in growing tall by growing broader girths with rigid ribbons of cellulose and lignin bonded together for structure, for wood. So there is a high cost to growing taller that must be offset by and advantage in finding more sunlight.
In places where height is not an advantage, especially in arid and/or tropical regions, shrubs or grass tends to dominate. Grass and other monocots have the most efficient systems of photosynthesis because they use both C3 and C4 paths.
Other plants have specialized to low light conditions found in shade are adapted to less visible light compared to the far red wavelengths that warm the air. This ratio controls growth or stem extension in plants. These plants use pigments that absorb the photons that make it through the canopy. They have adapted with specialized accessory pigments for lower energy photons than plants with full sun exposures.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17080...

In cold and very wet regions where water is abundant only in brief warm summer weather the mat forming plants dominate, as do the lichens that are also mat forming. They compete effectively by growing dense cushions to retain water and block ingress by other plants into their spot.
In dry regions the crustal lichens are the dominant mat formation. Nitrogen fixation, by cyanobacteria in symbiosis with fungus, is the main source of organic N in many ecosystems.
http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&cp...

Competition in carbon fixation.
All plants use C3 as the basis but C4 plants have an additional step that separates the C3 & C4 cycles in space. The physical separation cost a bit more in energy but conserves water very well so works better in warmer climates with intense sunlight. The plants can take in CO2 needed for photosynthesis and still regulate the rate of water lost through transpiration. The additional C4 step holds CO2.
CAM plants are C4 so hold the CO2 taken in while the stomata are open. The difference is that the stomata are open at night to have a controlled release of water vapor to drive the upward pull of water and dissolved nutrients in transpiration.
Plants have to compromise between water loss and freely exchanging gases because they do not have separate pathways for water movement and gas exchange with the atmosphere. Both water and CO2 are rate limiting factors for photosynthesis to proceed but to get CO2 too much water can be lost and the plant injured by desiccation. The plant must shut off the stomata but then it cannot photosynthesize. By adding the separating step C4 plants pull the CO2 in and move in quickly away so the CO2 is always flowing in. This is what requires the extra energy, moving the CO2 faster so more can diffuse down the gradient the plant creates. The CO2 cannot be lost once internalized so this allows CAM plants to separate it in time as well as space.
Some plants switch from C3 to CAM depending on habitat factors. CAM Bromeliads are epiphytes where water can be erratically available in the tree canopy despite living in a rainforest. After a rainy period the plant has water and opperated with the energy efficient C3. When they run out of water they switch to CAM and open the stomata at night to sequester the CO2 with less water lost then wait until daylight and the plant can photosynthesize again.

How To Stay Cool With No Air Conditioning?
So I Just Moved Into A New Apartment Today, And It Is About 90 Degrees With High Humidity. No Air Conditioning Allowed Because The Windows Are The Metal, Horizontally Sliding Variety. Im No Terribly Worried About It Myself, Since I Normally Drive With No Ac On To Add To Hypermiling, And I'M Used To My Stepmim Keeping The House 78 Degrees Every Summer. But I Fear My Cat May Suffer. What Options Do I Have? My Cat Can'T Just Sit In Front Of The Fan Like I Can. Would A Dehumidifier Help, Or Not Really Be Noticed On A Day Like Today? I'Ve Kept The Blinds Closed And The Windows Open, Fan On Etc.

Cats have been around for thousands of years. AC is recent. your cat is going to be fine.

How Much Would It Cost To Run Air Conditioning?
Per Hour In A 700 Sq Ft. Apartment

http://www.samsclub.com/sams/shop/produc...

This a/c should be large enough. 700 sq ft is a breakpoint in sizing. I went with the larger size (18k BTU) in case there is more than 1 person or you have a kitchen.

The energy use is about 1700 watts/hour according to the specs at the link above. If you pay 20 cents/kwh it would cost you 34 cents an hour to run ($8 / day). If you pay 10 cents/kwh it would cost $4 / day.

Miami Air Conditioning Repair


151 NW 5th St
Unit 221
Miami, FL 33128

(305) 521-8996

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