- April 20, 2018
Is your air conditioner or central air system not working properly? Our team of experts at Advanpro specializes in air conditioning repair in Calgary. Whether you need minor service or replacements and new installation of small air conditioners or larger central air conditioning systems, our certified Calgary technicians are just a phone call or a few clicks away.
If you air conditioner or central air conditioning unit is not working properly and you don’t get professional A/C repair services it can affect you in more than one way. It won’t keep you as cool as it would if it were running to its peak performance and it may even cost you more in your utility bills. If you’re having problems with you a/c unit or its costing you more than usual give us a call and we can help with our A/C repair services. Advanpro provides quality Lennox units which is one of the quietest and most energy efficient air conditioners on the market. Experience the Advanpro Advantage, our qualified technicians are available to help you around the clock.
Our team of committed, professional and affordable experts are here to help you every step of the way. From initial troubleshooting to following up after a major project. As an award winning company based on our clients ratings we always strive to ensure that you are looked after as one of our own. We use only the best products on the market and back it up with our industry’s most cutting edge technology.
We recommend to get maintenance done on your a/c system once a year. Best time is spring to early summer.
If your furnace is having costly break downs, requires constant repairs or if your heating bills are higher than normal, these are tell tale signs that you may be in need of a new furnace.
Yes, even if you a/c unit is as little as 10 years old there are much more efficient units that could save you anywhere between 20-30% on your cooling bill.
Usually the air temperature produced should be 15°-20° less than the air entering the system. So if the air entering is 80°, the air exiting should be about 60°-65°.