InstallationStart with Quality and end with satisfaction. County Line Air is a Rheem and American Standard dealer, two of the most popular air conditioning equipment in the country, with the best ratings. County Line Air is dedicated to our customers air conditioning needs; our job is to satisfy both your comfort and your budgetary needs.
Installing a new high efficient air conditioning unit will lower you FPL bill saving you money. If you’re a/c system is 10 years of old it your electric bill has already started to climb this is the reason to replace it with a new high seer rating ac unit.
County Line Air is a Rheem Team Member top contractor.
There is no job too big or too small for County Line Air The owner of County Line Air will be working to installing your new high effiency air conditioning system.
If you need an air conditioning repair service in Boca Raton, you will want to know what is involved so you can ensure you are receiving only quality, professional services at reasonable prices. The first step to understanding air conditioning repair is to locate your HVAC unit. There are two separate components to a central air conditioner: a condenser and an evaporator. A quick inspection of the outside of the residence should reveal the location of the condenser; it is a metal unit usually situated on a concrete slab next to the house. The evaporator coil can be located by finding the furnace and looking above to the main duct junction, where the coil is mounted.As central air conditioners most often are connected to the forced-air distribution system for the residence, they distribute the cool air from the AC using the same blower, ductwork, and motor used for heating. Central air conditioning takes in the warm air inside the house through the return-air duct into the furnace, where it is moved across the cooled evaporator coil by the blower before being returned through the ductwork back into the house. When it has been verified that the air conditioner is working and yet the house is not being cooled, the problem has been narrowed down to an issue with the distribution system. This is all a part of the air conditioning repair process in Boca Raton.
Due to the condenser and the evaporator both being sealed, any issue other than routine cleaning and maintenance should be handled by a service professional. Central air conditioners require adjustments and inspections before the beginning of every cooling season to maintain optimum cooling and cost efficiency. An appointment with an HVAC service professional in the Boca Raton area can ensure your air conditioning unit is functioning at its peak performance capabilities. Call County Line Air for the best air conditioning repair service Boca Raton has to offer.
MaintenanceAll Equipment manufacturers encourage preventative maintenance of your central air conditioning and heating systems. Doing maintenance at least once a year you will extend equipment life, reduce electrical consumption, maintain peak performance.
Air conditioning systems in South Florida will run approximately 3200 hours seasonally. Throughout the year a heavy demand is placed on your air conditioning system and causes the system to have a decrease in efficiency. This will increase your utility bill and lead to costly repairs.
Most air conditioners in South Florida are over used; this over usage accumulates dirt, debris, algae in drains & pans and dirty filters. This will lead to water leaks, freezing up and air flow problems if not properly maintained.
Most homeowner’s only change their filter, doing this does not ensure cleanliness beyond the point of filtration. Any dirt or dust that passes through the filter will accumulate on the evaporator coil, blower wheel. Homeowners either have a hard time finding their size or installing too small of a filter. County Line Air recommends the Air Sponge Filter
County Line Air completes a 19-point inspection
1. Check thermostat calibration and operation
2. Check and tighten all electrical connections
3. Check blower motor for proper amperage, voltage and wiring connection
4. Inspect all test all safety devices for proper operation
5. Check operating pressures for proper refrigerant charge installing 1lbs if needed
6. Add pan tablets to prevent algae build up
7. Inspect and clean condensate drain line
8. Check starting capabilities
9. Check compressor for proper amperage
10. Measure temperature difference supply / return
11. Inspect heating coil
12. Lubricate accessible moving parts
13. Inspect evaporator coil for mold and mildew
14. Check both evaporator / condenser fan motor
15. Inspect all electrical equipment
16. Clean condenser coil if accessible
17. Change air filters provided by homeowner
18. Check thermostat operation in heat / cool
19. Adjust tension of belts if needed
Comprehensive maintenance agreement
County Line Air offers one and two year annual and semi-annual preventative maintenance contracts.
Further prevention benefits include:
- Priority service over non-plan customers
- Fast response and 24-hour/7 day emergency service
- 10% discount on service repair
- Extended appointment times to better fit YOUR schedule
- Two annual maintenance visits
- Team members background checked and drug tested
- Maintain and validate manufacturer warranties
- Reduce the risk of costly breakdowns
- Increase efficiency and reduce energy costs
- Maintain safe operation
- Inflation protection
- Improve comfort and reliability
Your air conditioning system in South Florida will run approximately 3200 hours seasonally. Throughout the year a heavy demand is placed on your air conditioning system and causes the system to have a decrease in efficiency. This will increase your utility bill and lead to costly repairs.
County Line Air offers a 19 step precision tune-up that should take about 1 hour to complete
Here is a list of maintenance operations that will take place
- Check thermostat calibration
- Check all electrical connections
- Check blower motor for proper amperage voltage and wiring connections
- Inspect and test all safety devices for proper operation
- Check operating pressures for proper refrigerant charge and add up to 1lbs if needed
- Add pan tablets to prevent algae build up
- Check and clean condenser coil if accessible
- Test/inspect contactors for burned/pitted contacts
- Lubricate accessible moving parts
- Inspect heating coil
- Measure temperature difference supply/return draw, voltage and wiring connections
- Check compressor for proper amperage
- Inspect and clean condensate drain
- Check starting capabilities
- Check condenser motor for proper amperage voltage and wiring connections
- Inspect electrical equipment
- Inspect evaporator coil for mold & mildew
- Check air filter and air flow operation
- Adjust tension on belts