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Air Conditioner & Heater Repairs
Good Customer Service Good customer service is the cornerstone of any reliable air conditioning and heating contractor. Being on time, making reliable diagnostics and suggesting the most cost effective system repair or replacement is critical to offering the best value for your hard earned dollar. Jacks Air promises honest, reliable customer service.

Only necessary repairs should be made to any malfunctioning system. Replacement should only be offered if the equipment is outdated and repairs would not be cost effective. Jacks Air promises to hold down costs when possible and if replacement is recommended, you can be sure that you will receive the best value for your money.
Annual preventative maintenance can save you money and headaches. Our p.m. services can find weaknesses and defects in your air conditioning and heating equipment before costing you downtime. Let Jacks Air keep your equipment running at optimum preformance all year long.
Maximizing the efficiency of your HVAC system makes sense with the rising costs of energy and its tight supply. Both condenser (outdoor) and evaporator (indoor) coils are engineered to provide optimum heat transfer required for the area needing cooling. The air being transferred, in most cases, contains a mixture of dust, dirt, pollen, grease and moisture. These contaminants settle on the surface of the coil and impact the ability to transfer heat. They also affect the quality of the air within your home or building. The cost of operating dirty air conditioning equipment is greater than you might expect!
Getting a fix on whether to repair or replace
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. But what if it is?

When an indoor comfort system fails – with “fail” ranging from energy inefficiency to mechanical breakdown – you can either repair what’s broken or replace it with something new. Should you patch a problem, swap a component, modify existing equipment … or invest in a total upgrade? Consider the following to get a fix on whether it’s best to repair or replace.

What’s too much? A repaired part oftentimes fixes the problem. But if your HVAC frequently malfunctions, total repair bills from the past couple years to calculate whether money might be better applied toward a new, high-efficiency system that pays for itself through energy savings. If a proposed repair costs $500 or more, consider replacement instead.

Heat pumps and air conditioners more than 10 years old should be replaced. Even when still fairly dependable, they’re far less-efficient than new Energy Star-rated comfort systems which, properly installed, can save up to 40% on heating/cooling costs.

Keep your cool. Heating units tend to outlast cooling components, so it often makes economic sense to repair an air conditioning problem rather than replace the entire HVAC system.

Ozone-depleting refrigerants are being phased out in favor of more eco-friendly options. So avoid costly repairs on older units requiring discontinued refrigerants such as R-22.

The Goldilocks syndrome. This room is too hot; that one is too cold. The culprit could be improperly-sized equipment (bigger is NOT always better) or faulty ductwork. Have Jacks Air measure and evaluate your home to determine the precise capacity – no more, no less – needed for optimal comfort.

 
 
 
 
Air conditioner and heater repair and service in Pace, Milton, Pensacola, Pensacola Beach, Gulf Breeze, Navarre and Navarre Beach Florida. Brands include Rheem, York, Amana, Rudd, WeatherKing, Goodman, American Standard, Payne, Intertherm, Gibson, Heil, Nordyne and Tempstar.