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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
Air Conditioning Vs Windows Down?
When Driving A Car On A Hot Day, One Can Either Turn On The Air Conditioning Or Simply Wind The Windows Down. Both Increase The Fuel Consumption. Is There A Way Of Estimating Which Alternative Is Better For The Fuel Consumption?
I Realise This Is A Very General Question And The Answer Would Involve Many Variables Such As The Outside Temperature, Make/Model Of Car, Its Speed, How High The Air Conditioning Is Turned Up (If Used), Etc. But There Might Be An Empirical Formula Or A Rule Of Thumb Or Something Like That. Does Anyone Out There Know Of One?
You're gonna use up more fuel if you open your windows rather than using A/C. When you open the windows, you create a drag which slows the vehicle down making it use more fuel than the A/C uses as a load on the engine. Its a general fact that applies to all vehicles.
Ps. Whether you use A/C on high or low, it uses same amount of fuel. The resistors are techincally what slows it down, but the A/C compressor (which is what puts the load on) spins at same speed entire time.
Help With Air Conditioning?
Hi.. My Air Conditioner Is Good. It Can Bring The Temp From 80F To 75F In Like 1 Hour. But Im Looking For An Air Conditioner That Can Easily Bring The Temperature Down To Like 50F Or All The Way Down To 32F.
Yes I Said It.. It Sounds Crazy, But I Hate The Heat, And I Love Freezing Or Very Cool Weather In The Summer.. Is There Anyway I Can Customize My Ac, Or Can I Buy An Ac That Can Bring Temps Down To Lower Than 55F Possibly Reaching As Low As 32-40F?? Thanks
NO. an air conditioner can not work under 65F. you can however buy a walk-in cooler unit. but buying one big enough for a whole house would be very expensive plus extremely difficult to install and make work properly. not to mention the moisture problems this would cause, for your house and every thing in it like your computer and any electronics. you could build a walk-in cooler in your yard and hang out in there or sit in a ice bath.
Can A Tenant Install Air Conditioning With Out Permission If The Owner Pays For The Electricity?
The Rental Agreement For An Apartment I Rent Out, States That Electricity, Heat, And Water Are Included In The Price Of Rent. I Thought A Decent Tenant Would Ask Before They Installed A/C. Because There Was No Clause Stating That They Couldn'T Have A/C, The Tenants State That I Have To Let Them Have A/C And Refuse To Remove Their Unit. I Don'T Even Know If It Is Up To Code Or Whether It Poses A Fire Hazard Or Not. The Real Problem Is Their Use Of Air Conditioning When The Weather Outside Is 68 Degrees F, My Electricity Bill Is Skyrocketing.
Your tenants are quite wrong, as other answerers have indicated. Your lease need not expressly prohibit a tenant AC unit. Your lease does not have to expressly prohibit the tenants from painting all their walls hot pink, but they cannot do that without your agreement either.
Send these fools a demand letter to remove that unit. If they fail to comply, start an eviction process immediately. They can either remove the unit, or they can find somewhere else to live.
Meanwhile, for the future, modify your lease language to indicate that such units are not allowed in the premises.
Installation Of Air Conditioning In Vehicle?
I Have A 2004 Honda Integra Dc5 Type R That Didn'T Come With Ac. There'S An Button Socket For The Ac That Has Been Replaced With A Button That Cannot Be Pressed Down. The Car Has A Heating System, But Ac. So I Have Purchased An Reconditioned Ac Compressor That Has The Clutch And Oil And A Brand New Ac Condenser. Once I Have These Two, What Are The Other Steps To Install Ac? I Will Get A Vehicle Air Conditioning Specialist To Do The Job Of Installation. And Also How Much Would It Cost For Them To Install If I Give Them The Two Parts I Have?
Thanks Everyone :)
Why don't you call an auto air shop to ask the price? After all they are the ones who are doing the work.
What Can Cause A Shell And Tube Heat Exchanger To Block The Flow Of Steam On The Tubes Side?
The Exh Is Used To Heat A Swimming Pool And The Flow Of Steam Is Correct Between The Boiler And The Inlet Of The Exchanger. Steam Does Nto Flow Through The Exchanger However. Any Ideas As To Why This May Occur?
*Un till and unless there is a improperly maintained boiler,the quality of steam is good enough.If otherwise boiler will become very in efficient.
As per your data,steam pressure from boiler is OK.
So, we have to look for the steam line connecting from boiler to shell and tube type heat exchanger.
If it is ok , then there is a problem in the shell and tube type heat exchanger.
Above is required for diagnosing the area of concern.
Blockage is nothing but fouling of the tubes or inlet or outlet port of channel box is choked.Check for the blank or blind provided in the inlet for any maintenance purpose.
It is a good practice to have a stream trap in the condensate line for better heat transfer.Steam trap assembly is provided with two nos. of isolation valves and 1 no. of bypass valve.And also there is a suction strainer in the trap itself .
So, check above all for any problem.Open the by-pass valve of the trap and prime the system.Shell and tube type heat exchanger tubes may be filled with condensate if IN-OPERATIVE for a certain period and need to be removed.
Since, this is a swimming pool , there must be a control.Check the control assembly.
There must be a PRV in the steam line going to shell and tube type heat exchanger.
Check whether it is in a good condition or not or simply open the by-pass valve of the PRV.
Lastly , check the extreme out let valve , i mean nearest to the swimming pool. People generally use to close the inlet and outlet valve.
**Seesaw fouling. Here, fouling loading generally increases with time (often assuming a generally linear or falling rate), but, when looked at in more detail, the fouling progress is periodically interrupted and takes the form of sawtooth curve. The periodic sharp decreases in the apparent fouling amount often correspond to the moments of system shutdowns or other transients in operation. The periodic decreases are often interpreted as periodic removal of some of the deposit (perhaps deposit re-suspension due to pressure pulses, spalling due thermal stresses, or exfoliation due to redox transients). However, other reasons are possible, e.g., trapping of air inside the surface deposits during a boiler shutdown, resulting in enhanced steam nucleation (therefore improved boiling heat transfer) during the initial period of subsequent operation.
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