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Air Conditioning Services in Orlando
Reliable Air Conditioning Services in Orlando, Kissimmee, & Beyond
If you live in Kissimmee, Orlando, or anywhere in Seminole County, FL, it is probably common knowledge that a properly functioning and energy-efficient air conditioning system is crucial to comfort and survival in the spring and summer. Our state’s heat and humidity levels are infamous, especially to its locals, making it vital to have our specialists install a new or replacement air conditioning system and perform expert AC repairs and annual AC tune-ups. At Ace Solves It All, our specialists are trained and certified to take care of any issues with your home’s cooling units while providing excellent customer service and competitive prices for all services, including vent cleaning.
Air Conditioning Installation & Replacement in Orlando, FL
Whether you need a central air system installed in your new home or you are replacing an old cooling system, you need a contractor you can wholly rely on. Our expert installation process is essential to ensure you have the correct size, type, and brand of system to meet your needs. Regardless of your choice, we will ensure that your home stays as cool as possible, no matter how hot and humid it gets outside.
As one of the most trusted air conditioning contractors in the area, Ace Solves It All has worked on practically every type of air conditioning system. No matter what cooling equipment you have in your home, you can be sure that our specialists are trained, experienced, and well-equipped for the task!
AC Repair in Greater Orlando
Friends and neighbors here in the Kissimmee area: Are you sweating through the day with an air conditioner that’s not working right? When you need reliable, affordable AC repairs, don’t put it off! Remember, lack of proper air conditioning is a health issue here in hot, humid Seminole County―it’s not just a comfort issue. You’ll enjoy your days at home much more and have the vitality to be more productive, too, after our expert air conditioning repair services.
Emergency 24-hour same-day AC repairs are always available! There is no extra charge during our extended business hours of 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Trust the friendly, experienced HVAC technicians at Ace Solves It All to quickly diagnose your AC problem—and provide prompt and dependable AC repairs. Contact us online or call 407-850-4900 today!
AC Maintenance in Orlando, FL
At Ace Solves It All, we’re dedicated to keeping you in complete, cool comfort throughout the hottest central Florida days. That’s why we recommend and provide expert AC tune-ups for your essential home cooling system every year. This is a convenient and affordable preventive air conditioning maintenance service to keep your air conditioning running at peak performance.
Check out our Family Value Plan, which maintains ALL the crucial systems in your home! This plan provides annual AC, electrical, and plumbing system maintenance. You can avoid breakdowns and extend the life of your AC, plumbing, and home electrical systems with one affordable service plan.
Save money and time with our comprehensive Family Value Plan—the annual maintenance service plan for ALL your home’s vital systems! Learn more by contacting Ace Solves It All at 407-850-4900 today!
Air Conditioning Systems We Service
At Ace Solves It All, we are proud to be one of the top air conditioning service companies in central Florida. There are three main types of air conditioning units we service, and they include:
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONERS
The standard type of central air system, called a split air conditioner, is made up of an outdoor condenser unit with a compressor and an indoor unit connected to an air handler that distributes cooled air through the ventilation system.
Ductless air conditioning systems do not require ductwork, making them excellent options for older or smaller homes that cannot accommodate air ducts throughout the house. These systems are also much easier to maintain than other air conditioning systems.
Heat pumps are similar to standard air conditioners and operate in similar ways. However, they come with the distinctive benefit of controlling the direction of the refrigerant, allowing them to provide cool air in the summer and hot air in the winter. The dual-use is undoubtedly a convenient feature, but a heat pump will likely wear out quicker and require more maintenance to keep it working efficiently because of its frequent use throughout the seasons.
Why Choose Ace Solves It All?
From Winter Garden to Sanford and Celebration, Ace Solves It All provides expert AC services to central Florida residents, plus low prices every day.
Our team is dedicated to customer satisfaction, and we’re confident in our diagnostic and repair services. That’s why we offer a two-year warranty on AC and heating work, along with free second opinions. For your convenience, we also offer virtual online HVAC diagnostics! Let us determine what’s wrong with your AC before we step foot in your home for a fast, no-surprise repair. At Ace Solves It All, we really do solve it all.
At Ace, we are proud to provide air conditioning services to the following cities in Florida:
- Altamonte Springs
- Lake Buena Vista
- Lake Mary
- St. Cloud
- Winter Garden
- Winter Park
- Winter Springs
Get complete, convenient, and affordable AC services in the Kissimmee area today! Contact Ace Solves It All by calling 407-850-4900 now.
Air Conditioning FAQs
Does my air conditioner need professional maintenance?
Yes, at a minimum, you should have a technician perform annual tune-ups of your air conditioner. This allows for corrections of small problems while still fixable with little tweaks rather than requiring a full component replacement. Tune-up services also ensure your air conditioner runs efficiently and lasts its fullest possible life span.
What does it cost to replace an air conditioner?
It depends on too many factors to give a price without considering the situation. You have to consider the cost of the new air conditioner itself and the labor involved—which can vary depending on the accessibility of your system and other factors. There may be additional costs to consider in some cases, like air purifiers, humidifiers, etc.
How long does the average air conditioner last?
Most air conditioner manufacturers put the life spans of their products as somewhere between 15 and 20 years, assuming regular function, consistent maintenance, and rapid repair of any problems. You might want to replace yours after 10 years or so if technological advances offer enough energy efficiency or comfort improvements. Still, your unit should be able to manage at least 10 years unless a critical error occurs.
Should my air conditioner be blowing all the time?
Your air conditioner actually uses a lot of electricity to initially turn on, so in most cases, your air conditioner blowing constantly is actually ideal—so long as it’s keeping up with your cooling needs and not showing signs of problems like freezing or strange noises. A perfectly fit air conditioner will run more than it rests; it’s the opposite you should be wary of. An AC that cycles frequently is very inefficient.
Would I be better off with a heat pump?
It depends on your specific needs. A heat pump for cooling purposes isn’t much different from an air conditioner because it cools using the same technology. However, you can set up a heat pump system to offer room-by-room climate control and avoid the use of ducts, which is hypothetically possible for air conditioning but never done in practice. Heat pumps excel in heating efficiency in comparison, offering triple the efficiency of traditional heating solutions.
Do I need to install and change filters if I don’t have allergies?
Yes, air filters are important to keep contaminants from affecting your air conditioner, building up in your vents, etc., even if you’re not worried about those contaminants for yourself or your family (or your electronic devices). Not changing filters will greatly reduce energy efficiency as well, as your system will have to work harder to pull air through a thick layer of dust and debris.