All our technicians are fully insured, and covered by Workman’s Compensation. The company also has a Florida state license, CAC1815754.
GAC carries the most reliable products of several reputable manufacturers to provide you with lasting quality.
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GAC offers competitive pricing and written estimates using flat rate service pricing to ensure no surprises when installing or servicing their customer’s equipment. They also offer many different financing plans.
GAC's phones are answered 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. We provide every service to all of our customers.
GAC knows that homeowners have many concerns and activities in their lives. Their mission is to design, install and service heating and cooling systems in a way that provides homeowners with worry-free comfort. GAC has a maintenance agreement that offers free service calls and two complete checkups a year.
GAC offers commercial services for business through their commercial division. So they can service all business and residential comfort needs. GAC is large enough to serve you, yet small enough to know you.
Most systems have a lifetime of 12 years or less. As your equipment gets older, its efficiency can decrease dramatically. You may notice that it gets noisier and needs repairs more often. If your system is over five years old, you should have a heating and cooling contractor check your system for maintenance or replacement.
No, Florida duct system is designed and made with fiber glass and membrane flex duct, mostly company perform duct cleaning with Hughes rot brush vacuum causing air leak inside duct system. GAC recommend others way to eliminate bacteria. mold and mildew issues.
Proper care of your equipment can save you real dollars on your utility bills. Some air conditioning and heating problems can double operating costs without reducing comfort. Just 100th of an inch of dirt or film on an evaporator coil can reduce cooling and heating efficiency by 5%. All leading manufacturers recommend regular maintenance to maintain peak performance. A service agreement will give you the piece of mind that your system is operating at optimum efficiency and performance.
Even if your heating and air conditioning system is new or was built to go the distance, it has to be maintained in order to ensure that it continues to run properly. A properly maintained system will last longer with fewer breakdowns and also save you money every month through lower fuel bills. Much like a car, you won’t notice any problems with your heating and air conditioning system until it stops running. An oil change for your car is much cheaper than the cost of a new engine. The same goes for your heating and air conditioning system. The cost of maintaining your system is much cheaper than having to repair or even replace it’s parts.
There are five main questions that need to be considered when deciding to either replace or repair your heating and cooling system:
How old is your system? If your system is more than ten years old, it may be wiser to invest in new, higher-efficiency equipment, which could cut your energy costs by up to 40%. What is the efficiency level of your current indoor weather system? Unfortunately, replacing parts of your old system will not improve the efficiency. If the energy savings of using a higher-efficiency system will cover all or part of the cost of investing in new equipment, you should seriously consider replacement of the old system.
What is the overall condition of your system? If your system is in solid condition, it could be wiser to simply repair it. But if your system breaks down often, you should consider replacing it.
How often is your system operating? If your system has been used extensively, it may be time to replace it. Are you planning to move soon? If you are moving in the next year or two and believe investing in a new indoor weather system will improve the value of your home, you should consider making the investment. If you plan to live in your current residence for many more years, it may also be wise to go ahead and invest in your future comfort.
SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) is the measure of efficiency by which the cooling process of air conditioners and heat pumps is rated. The higher the SEER number, the greater the efficiency, which translates into greater energy savings. Today, U.S. regulatory agencies require all new models to have a 13.0 SEER rating or better. Most major manufacturers offer a line of air conditioners and heat pumps that range from 13.0 SEER to 16.0 SEER.
The 1990 Clean Air Act and the internationally binding Montreal Protocol calls for an international phase out on future manufacturing of the refrigerant R-22, which is currently used in most air conditioning and heat pump systems. Historically, when a refrigerant has been phased out, the cost of that refrigerant has risen dramatically. Also, the costs for servicing products using a phased out refrigerant have risen as well. According to current government regulations, the production of R-22 will be reduced by nearly one-fourth by 2004. By the year 2012, the production of R-22 will be reduced by nearly one-half of the current production. That means all R-22 products will eventually need to be replaced by products utilizing the new chlorine-free refrigerant.
GAC employs licensed A/C installers – We do not subcontract our work.
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GAC is staffed by actual people who answer the phone Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM and on Saturday’s from 8:00 AM to 01:00 PM, Sundays from 9:00am to 11:30 pm.
There are several factors that go into deciding what type of system is right for your home. If someone in your home suffers from allergies, filtration systems and humidifiers may be your best option. If energy savings and/or noise reduction are your main concerns, there are a wide range of systems that will meet your needs. GAC can design a system that is specific to your home and family, which will offer quiet, energy efficient and healthy alternatives to your current system. Many decisions will affect the design of your new system, including the times of day your home is occupied; the type of energy your home uses, whether it’s electric, or natural gas; and what you personally feel you need in a system, including quiet, energy efficiency and health needs.
There are many options in A/C equipment. The needs of you and your family must be taken into consideration when deciding on the type of equipment best suited to your home. Call us today to discuss your options.
Your filters should be inspected each month and replaced when necessary. The more you use your system, the more often you will need to change your filters. A clogged and dirty filter will cost more in efficiency and comfort in the long run than simply checking them once a month. Our seasonal system check-up includes checking and replacing filters as necessary without additional charge, up to a certain size. We offer larger size filters at a reduced rate as well.
The usual setting on your thermostat is “auto”, which means the fan will operate only when the temperature requires it to. When the fan is set at “on”, it will run constantly, without shutting off until you manually shut it off or by setting the thermostat to “auto” again.
An air conditioning system consists of two parts; the outdoor unit – condenser, and the indoor unit – coil. The air conditioner moves heat from one place to another via Freon (refrigerant). The compressor in your outdoor unit pushes Freon into the evaporator coil. As it is compressed, it turns into gas, then as it passes through the evaporator coil it takes on the heat from the air circulating over the coil, thus cooling the air. The cooler air is then moved into your home. At the same time, the heat is absorbed by the Freon and is transported outside as the fan pulls air over the condensing coil in your outdoor unit. As the warm air is cooled inside your home, it cannot carry as much moisture as it did at a higher temperature. The excess moisture condenses and is carried away through a drain. Therefore, your air conditioner does double-duty as a dehumidifier in your home.
Just like anything with moving parts, your expensive A/C system won’t last forever. But, you can stretch your dollars much further with proper preventative maintenance of your system. After all, it’s much less expensive to have them checked twice a year than it is to replace them because proper maintenance wasn’t completed.
Do you need a bigger system to cool your home? Not necessarily. Failure to cool properly could be caused by many different factors, including poor installation, duct leaks, improper coolant levels, and dirty coils. It’s not uncommon to actually replace a poorly functioning unit with a smaller one that’s functioning properly.