Quality Air Conditioning Repair
Whether it’s a new central air conditioning system to cool your home efficiently or air conditioner repair and maintenance, West Coast Water Heaters is the company you can trust.
We offer a wide range of air conditioning products and services to meet the unique needs of Los Angeles homes and businesses. Our Home Comfort Advisors and HVAC technicians are licensed, insured and EPA Certified. They have the training and current industry information to make the best recommendations for your household and lifestyle. They will present a quote before any work is done and our 100% Satisfaction Guarantees are in writing.
Our specialists are trained, NATE-certified and licensed in handling everything your air conditioner might surprise you with. No matter the unit or concern, we can service and repair it. You never know when your air conditioning might give you trouble or unexpectedly stop working altogether, let the West Coast Water Heaters professionals’ ease your mind and service your unit quickly and professionally so you can get back to living at ease with your family. We do it because you shouldn’t have to! Call us today. (310) 853-8497
There comes a point when a homeowner begins to question if the air conditioning service is worth it, or if it’s time to get another system. Our rule is usually when your maintenance costs equal about 50% percent of the value of your system, then it’s time for a replacement. The older your air conditioning unit is, the greater risk you have of regular problems – that’s why we also tell our customers that 13 years may be the perfect time to replace instead of continuing to service an air conditioning system.
24/7 Expert Technicians
Every one of our friendly, knowledgeable technicians can help you with any of the following along with many other services not listed:
- Maintenance & Repair
- Zone Control
- Heat Pumps
- Ductless Air Conditioning
- Freon Leak
It depends on a variety of factors, but we typically recommend every four months.
Not necessarily. Some rooms involve more air than others depending on size, location, and demand. Essentially, rooms closest to the system will have more air flow and will need a damper installed by a professional (a damper may also help if you feel your home has rooms that are not sufficiently cooling).
A damper is a valve or plate that stops or regulates the flow of air inside a duct or other air handling equipment. A damper may be used to cut off central air conditioning or heat to an unused room, or to regulate it for room-by-room temperature and climate control.