Air Conditioning Installation Specialists In Highland, CA
Effective heating and cooling is vital for a comfortable home which makes HVAC systems an important part of every home. That’s why you want to make sure your Highland, CA HVAC system is serviced by an experienced contractor you can trust. Luckily you don’t need to look far.
AQS Heating & Air Conditioning is the trusted contractor of Highland, CA. We’ve been servicing HVAC systems since 1986 which gives us over 30 years of experience. Heat pumps, furnaces, air conditioners, we repair and install them all. Our team takes great pride in delivering incredible service and we’ll make sure that your new installation or repair goes quickly and produces long-lasting results. In fact, we’re so confident in the results that we offer up to a 10-year warranty on new installations.
Do you need a reliable HVAC contractor? Give us a call today or click below to schedule your free estimate for any of our heating, air conditioning, and indoor air quality services in Highland, CA!
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AQS Heating & Air Conditioning Case Studies: Condenser Motor Replacement In Highland, CA
Challenge A/C was not turning on. When our technician arrived he diagnosed it to be a seized condenser motor. Solution Best recommendation was to replace …
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Condenser motor was seized due to normal wear and tear. Replaced motor and unit started cooling again.
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Evaporative Coil leak Highland, CA
A homeowner in Highland, CA noticed issues with his HVAC system located in the attic and immediately contacted the experts at AQS Heating and Air Conditioning to help. Upon inspecting the unit our technician found a leak in the system. A Nitrogen leak test was initiated to determine the exact location of the leak. During this procedure, the technician removed the remaining freon and pumped nitrogen into the system. The leak was detected in the evaporative coil and the homeowner opted for replacing it with a new one.
Our installation team started by removing evaporative, the new 5-ton evaporative cooler was then properly sealed to the furnace and all ducts were reattached. Both heating and cooling systems were run to ensure proper airflow after the installation. Our technicians measured a 20 degree split between all rooms confirming a successful installation.