Maitland Air Conditioning

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Air Conditioning service and repair for residential and commercial units. Accurate Comfort Air Conditioning company with 20 years experience serving Maitland area in Florida. Accurate Comfort service all Maitland brands 24/7. All parts and labor are 100% guaranteed. Our professionals are ready for quick response so your repairs are done as soon as possible. We only install new, manufacturer-recommended parts.

 

Our residential and commercial Air Conditioning services in Maitland include:Accuservicio

Accurate Comfort is family owned and operated, we guarantee fast response to all Maitland residents, no job is too big or too small for Accurate Comfort Air Conditioning.
Due to climate and humidity conditions, residents of Maitland  need fast response when the air conditioning breaks down. Accurate comfort guarantees fast reliable and affordable service for Maitland.
Accurate Comfort is a Florida State Air Conditioning certified company with all requirements by the law to do air conditioning in the city of Maitland.

 


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We install, sell, service and repair Air Conditioning and Heating in Maitland.

Our promise:

  • Reliable, Affordable
  • All Major Brands sales service and repair
  • Your satisfaction is our highest priority
  • Free estimates for replacements Air Conditioning units and majors repairs
  • Authorized warranty repair for many major brands
  • We are an authorized parts distributor
  • Night time, & holiday service at no extra charge
  • We accept credit-cards

 

 

 

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Maitland Air Conditioning and Heating installation

accucallThe process of installing a new unit requires experience to avoid headaches to all parties involved. At Accurate Comfort we have the knowledge to ensure proper installation under Maitland City and county codes. Licensed and insured under the Florida Department of Professional Regulation.
Our goal in assisting the owner choose the right unit is to guarantee maximum savings in operation costs by picking and installing the latest technology and equipment.
Most of the problems found in air conditioning units are due to bad installation procedures. At Accurate Comfort, our experienced technicians do the job right from the start, ensuring the longevity of the life of the equipment and guaranteeing top-quality work and materials.

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Maitland Air Conditioning Change outs

accugetThe change out of a unit requires the contractor to get a permit. Only contractors with a valid License can do it.  Under the new code the unit has to be 13 SEER or higher to ensure low operation cost.
To chose the right unit requires knowledge, the proper size and type of unit, and to use the latest technology in equipment and materials.

Our recommendations :
-Replace the copper lines also known as refrigerant lines to ensure proper size and stability of the work performed.
-Replace the plenum supply and the return because it’s where 90% of all the dirt, mold, and bacteria accumulate. 
-Replace the condensate lines to ensure dry fissionability.
-Install over-float switch to ensure condensation water control.
-Install UV Light to ensure 99% of clean air.
-Inspect the duct system and patch leaks or replace the damaged ducts.
-Install Digital thermostat.

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Maitland Air Conditioning Duct repair or replacements

accugetThe air conditioning system has two main components: The Units and the Air distribution system (Ducts).
High energy bills and low efficiency problems occur no matter how expensive the new unit is if the duct system is in bad condition, has leaks or was poorly installed.
The duct system has to have no less than R6 insulation when it is installed in the attic or non-concealed areas. R4 insulation is only for mobile homes under crawl space. Seal all joints with a mastic or UL approved tapes are part of proper procedure to ensure no leaks of air.
Load heat calculation is required to ensure the right amount of air needed in a space. Size of the duct depends on multiple factors and the layout of the duct system. The contractor is capable of doing the calculations and fixing common problems for rooms that may be too hot in the summer and too cool in the winter.Back to top

 

Maitland Permits and Inspections

accucallFailure to obtain a building department permit and have a proper follow-up by an inspector of Maitland could result in additional expenses and risks for the homeowner. A deficient HVAC system may affect a property’s resale value, and could harm the home’s air quality and environment. Inspections ensure that a system is safe, will produce lower utility bills, and help the state meet energy-efficiency goals.

Unlicensed people doing Air Conditioning in Maitland offer a better price in a new unit than certified and insured companies, but the owner always ends up paying double in the end because of repairs needed due to inexperience during the installation. Practicing without a license means one of two things: either they were unable to learn all the material needed to pass the state exam or they lost their license because of malpractice.

Unlicensed operators also do not carry workers’ compensation insurance for their employees as required by Maitland Labor Code or the contractor license bonds required by the state’s Business and Professions (B&P) Code. The homeowner may then be liable if a worker is hurt on their property. Back to top

 

Maitland Air Conditioning maintenance

accucallRegular air conditioning maintenance keeps the quality up and ensures low operation costs. Every unit needs routine maintenance to maintain high efficiency. Here at Accurate Comfort, we provide three different maintenance packages for residential units and perform a tailor-made program for commercial units.

Maitland Air conditioning maintenance tips:

The air conditioner is an appliance. Keep it in good shape with these easy tips:

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Maitland Air conditioning seasonal tune-up

accucallMaintain your equipment to prevent future problems and unwanted costs. Keep your cooling and heating system at peak performance by having a contractor do annual pre-season check-ups. Contractors get busy once summer and winter come, so it's best to check the cooling system in the spring and the heating system in the fall. To remember, you might plan the check-ups around the time changes in the spring and fall.
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 and reduce the life of major components.
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.
Check the starting cycle of the equipment to assure the system starts, operates, and shuts off properly.
Cooling Specific Clean evaporator and condenser air conditioning coils. Dirty coils reduce the system's ability to cool your home and cause the system to run longer, increasing energy costs and reducing the life of the equipment.
Check your central air conditioner's refrigerant level and adjust if necessary. Too much or too little refrigerant will make your system less efficient increasing energy costs and reducing the life of the equipment.
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. A dirty burner or cracked heat exchanger causes improper burner operation. Either can cause the equipment to operate less safely and efficiently.
Actions To Do Yourself Inspect, clean, or change air filters once a month in your central air conditioner, furnace, and/or heat pump. Your contractor can show you how to do this. A dirty filter can increase energy costs and damage your equipment, leading to early failure.
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How to reduce energy bill living in Maitland Area.

When you check the electricity bill, the consumer in Maitland pays the lowest cost of energy for the first 1000 kw/hr used. Any energy used past the first 1000kw/hr costs the consumer 18% more per kw.
FIRST 1000 kwh    pay @ 6.2990  cents
Above 1000 kwh    pay  @ 7.390   cents.

Here's how to stay cool and keep electricity bills reasonable:

Fine-Tune Your Equipment

Arrange an HVAC inspection. Anyone can hire a certified technician for an annual check that their home s heating, ventilation and air-conditioning system is operating at peak efficiency. Leaking ducts, for example, could reduce energy efficiency by up to 20%. Inspections usually cost $100, but that could be offset by the energy savings over time.
Shop for size. Consumers in the market for a new air conditioner should use Energy Star guidelines to determine how powerful a unit they need. A too-powerful unit not only wastes energy, it's also less effective at reducing humidity.
Keep it clean. Clean air filters monthly for central air and individual window or wall units. Dirt and dust hinder air flow, reducing efficiency.
Program the thermostat. Give the air conditioner a break during the work day. Shifting the settings to allow higher daytime temperatures could cut the average household s electric bill by $180 a year, according to Energy Star.
Seek out incentives on appliances. Investing in a new energy-efficient unit can cut long-term bills -- and be cheaper upfront, too. Through the end of 2010, qualifying central air conditioners are eligible for a federal tax credit of 30% of the cost, including installation, up to a total of $1,500 for all projects.
Seal up the house. Cooled air can leak through cracks along window and door frames. Invest in some caulk and weather-stripping to plug up these drafts. A home that s properly insulated and sealed improves energy efficiency by up to 20% year-round, according to the Alliance to Save Energy. (Insulation materials are also eligible for the 30% energy efficiency federal tax credit, up to $1,500 for all improvements combined.)
Avoid chores. The hotter the space, the harder an air conditioner must work to keep things cool. Limit the use of heat-generating appliances such as the oven, dishwasher and clothes dryer during the daytime hours when temperatures are hottest, "That just makes more of a load for your air conditioner.
Change light bulbs. Swapping incandescent bulbs for compact fluorescents can cut a home electric bill. Switching one incandescent for a CFL saves $35 in energy costs over the projected 10-year life of the bulb. Not only do CFLs use less energy than conventional bulbs, but they also generate less heat.
Close the blinds. Rooms get hotter without shades or curtains to block the sunlight, especially with south- and west-facing windows. Put this idea to work more effectively with insulated window treatments.
Use fans. A breeze makes the room feel a few degrees cooler. Just be sure to turn it off when leaving. "Fans cool people, not rooms".
Unplug. Gadgets like a cellphone charger or microwave suck energy -- and generate heat -- as long as they're attached to a power source. Standby power for appliances not in use typically accounts for 5% to 10% of residential electricity use. Plug those devices into a power strip that can be turned off when not in use.Back to top

We have a broad experience installing all kink of units as:


Air conditioning unitscarrier
Heat pumps units
Air handlers
Condensersrheem
Package units
Roof top units
Gas furnacesgoodman
Indoor air quality filters
Exhaust fan
Make-up air unitstrane
Humidifiers
Dehumidifiers

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Accurate Comfort Inc  12833 Gettysburg Cir. Orlando, Fl 32837 Phone 407 856 5730  Fax 407 858 1588

Servicing Maitland since 2004