• Commercial & Residential
  • New Installation
  • Repairs
  • Service
  • Maintenance
  • Replacements
  • Schedule Appointments
  • Financing Available
  • No Overtime Charges or Hidden Fees
  • 24 hr Emergency Service
  • Open 7 days a week
  • License # CAC 1814435
 
 
 

Class "A" Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.


With more than 20 years of heating and air conditioning industry experience, homeowners and businesses trust Class "A" Heating & Air Conditioning. We are committed to providing each of our customers with quality service that is affordable and dependable. As an accredited Better Business Bureau company, we are fully licensed and insured.


Air Conditioning & Heating Maintenance


One of the most important things you can do to protect your air conditioner is to maintain service on a regular basis. Class "A" Heating & Air Conditioning recommends regular maintenance to ensure that your systems are working at peak performance. We offer many options for maintenance service requests, based on your needs. Contact Class "A" Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. and we will provide you with rates and information for the long term care of your cooling and heating systems. In the meantime, Class "A" Heating & Air Conditioning offers the following advice.


A typical maintenance check-up should include the following.


  • Check thermostat settings to ensure the cooling and heating system keeps you comfortable when you are home and saves energy while you are away.
  • Tighten all electrical connections and measure voltage and current on motors. Faulty electrical connections can cause unsafe operation of your system.
  • Lubricate all moving parts. Parts that lack lubrication cause friction in motors and increase the amount of electricity you use.
  • Check and inspect the condensate drain in your central air conditioner, furnace and/or heat pump (when in cooling mode). A plugged drain can cause water damage in the house and affect indoor humidity levels.
  • Check controls of the system to ensure proper and safe operation.

Cooling Specific


  • Clean evaporator and condenser air conditioning coils.
  • Check your central air conditioner's refrigerant level and adjust if necessary.
  • Clean and adjust blower components to provide proper system airflow for greater comfort levels. Airflow problems can reduce your system's efficiency by up to 15 percent.

Heating Specific


  • Check all gas (or oil) connections, gas pressure, burner combustion and heat exchanger. Improperly operating gas (or oil) connections are a fire hazard and can contribute to health problems.

Actions To-Do Yourself


  • Inspect, clean, or change air filters once a month in your central air conditioner, furnace, and/or heat pump. Your Jacksonville contractor can show you how to do this.


Here are a few helpful tips on choosing a licensed and insured heating & air conditioning contractor.


Tips for Hiring a Heating and Cooling Contractor


  • Do your research. Find out about license and insurance requirements for contractors in your state. Before you call a contractor, know the model of your current system and its maintenance history. Also make note of any uncomfortable rooms. This will help potential contractors better understand your heating needs.
  • Ask Heating & Air Conditioning contractors for references; then call them. Ask about the contractor's installation or service performance, and if the job was completed on time and within budget.
  • Ask your Heating & Air Conditioning contractor about ENERGY STAR qualified products that meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and offer significant long-term energy savings.
  • Expect a home evaluation from you Heating & Air Conditioning contractor. The contractor should spend significant time inspecting your current system and home to assess your needs. A bigger system isn't always better; a contractor should size the heating and cooling system based on the size of your house, level of insulation, and windows. A good contractor will inspect your duct system (if applicable) for air leaks and insulation and measure airflow to make sure it meets manufacturer's specifications.
  • Get written, itemized estimates. Sign a written proposal with a contractor before they begin work. It'll protect you by specifying project costs, model numbers, job schedule, and warranty information.