AC Power & Comfort South Florida’s Top HVAC Company
AC Power & Comfort is South Florida’s most reliable air conditioning maintenance and commercial cooling services company. No other HVAC company has the experience, knowledge, and skills that our HVAC technicians have at AC Power & Comfort. Contact our office today to find out what Florida’s best HVAC company can do for you!
We Provide Residential AC Services to Luxury Homes and High Rises, Commercial HVAC Services, Industrial HVAC Services and Building Automation Services. Our HVAC Technicians Maintenance, Repair, Replace and Install All Types of HVAC Equipment including Boilers, Cooling Towers, Pumps, Chillers and more.
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AC Power & Comfort is an HVAC company that provides commercial air conditioning repair, HVAC maintenance, HVAC unit replacement, HVAC installation. We also conduct comprehensive indoor air quality inspections and services. Our qualified and licensed technicians offer emergency repair for any type of HVA C equipment including heating, cooling, commercial water towers, heating pumps, low-pressure boilers, commercial pumps, and chiller equipment.
Who We Are
AC Power & Comfort, Inc. is a full-service class “M” licensed mechanical commercial HVAC contractor which is a highly respected license throughout Florida.
AC Power & Comfort, Inc is your local high-end residential, industrial and commercial HVAC company based out of beautiful Boynton Beach, Florida.
We provide Heating, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Energy Management Systems services including:
- Commercial HVAC repair, replacement, maintenance and installation
- Residential HVAC – Luxury homes and high-rises HVAC repair, replacement, maintenance and installation
- Industrial HVAC repair, replacement, maintenance and installation
- Building automation services
AC Power & Comfort, Inc prides itself in giving our customers the HI-Qs, which stands for Honesty, Integrity-Quality service.
When it comes to quality commercial HVAC service in South Florida AC Power & Comfort got you covered. We are currently providing residential AC repair services for luxury homes and high-rises, industrial and commercial HVAC repair, commercial hvac installation, maintenance and building automation services from Stuart, West Palm Beach, Delray, Boca Raton, all the way down to Fort Lauderdale.
Call our HVAC Technicians today for an inspection on your commercial equipment or to get 24 Hour Emergency Commercial HVAC Services.
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Got Questions for our HVAC Company? We’ve Got Answers!
It’s common for our clients to have questions and concerns about air conditioning, commercial system, heating service, repair, and maintenance. Don’t hesitate to contact our office and speak to a skilled HVAC representative that can answer all of your air conditioning or heating questions. In the meantime, here’s a list of frequently asked HVAC questions and answers that can help!
How does a commercial HVAC unit differ from a residential HVAC unit?
There are actually a lot of key differences between a commercial HVAC unit and a residential HVAC unit. The size of each of these units will be drastically different. A residential HVAC unit is much smaller than a commercial HVAC system. This is because a commercial HVAC unit will need to cool or heat large spaces like industrial buildings or high-rises. In addition, the placement of a commercial HVAC unit will normally be on a roof, while a residential HVAC unit is commonly placed on the side of the house or somewhere in a backyard. The two units will also vary on the technical side as well, as commercial air conditioning units are much more complex. To learn more about the differences between a commercial HVAC system and a residential HVAC system, give our office a call today.
How do you size an air conditioning unit?
In order to size an air conditioning unit, you have to take a few things into consideration to properly calculate the right size. First, you have to determine the square footage of your residential home or commercial space. Then, in the air conditioning world, we have to measure something called the base BTU, which stands for the base British Thermal Unit. This is the amount of energy used to cool or heat a space according to the square footage. Finally, you have to take into account other things such as the climate, high ceilings, insulation, and other characteristics of a home or commercial property. After you consider all of these factors, then you can decide on what size is best for your cooling and heating needs.
If you’re needing to size a unit for your residential or commercial property, it’s always best to turn to an air conditioning expert! Contact our HVAC company to learn more about how we calculate the proper size of an HVAC unit for your commercial or residential property.
What are the different types of commercial HVAC systems your HVAC company services?
As the leaders in South Florida commercial HVAC service, repair, and maintenance, our technicians are experts on a variety of commercial air conditioning units. Here’s a list of HVAC equipment that we repair and service:
- AAON Systems for office buildings, country clubs, and fitness facilities ranging from 15 to 100 tons of cooling with 100% outside air.
- Liebert System from 10 to 125 ton cooling for Data Centers along with Liebert Chillers for magnet machines for medical clinics.
- Commercial York Heat Pumps up to 60 tons for charter schools.
- Carrier Chillers & Trane Chillers, air-cooled or water-cooled; 80 to 200 ton of cooling for high rises or health facility
- Cooling Towers of different brands BAC, Marley, and Evapco for condo high rises.
- Walk-In Cooler & Freezer
- And many more!
Remember that we can service, maintain, and repair a wide variety of different brands of air conditioning units. No South Florida resident or business owner should be concerned about a unit that we can’t fix. Contact our HVAC company today to learn more about the various air conditioning and heating systems!
How much does a new HVAC system cost?
The cost of residential and commercial HVAC systems will vary. It will depend on things like the size, placement, and your cooling and heating needs. In addition, HVAC units range in price according to different air conditioning brands. If your current unit isn’t working efficiently or you detect there’s an issue, contact our HVAC company as soon as possible. Our goal is to repair, service, and maintain a unit. Our trusted technicians think outside the box and use alternative approaches to repairs that other companies may not try. We’ll only recommend a new HVAC unit after we’ve exhausted all other repair options. Call us to schedule a residential or commercial HVAC inspection today to determine if it’s necessary to purchase a new air conditioning system.
What is the lifespan of an HVAC unit?
Typically, an air conditioning unit in South Florida can last up to 8 years. However, with periodic maintenance, your air conditioning unit can last up to 15 years. It’s important to remember that if you live by the beach and your outside unit condenser is not coated, then you may be looking at an 8-year lifespan. If you’d like your air conditioning unit to last as long as possible in this harsh South Florida climate, we highly recommend a routine HVAC maintenance plan. We have annual, semi-annual, monthly, bi-monthly, and quarterly plans. Contact our HVAC company today to hear about our HVAC maintenance plan packages, prices, and special deals!
How often should you get your air ducts cleaned?
Duct cleaning only depends on how much filth is in the duct stream or if moldy. If you see mold on your vents in several locations of your home, then there’s a chance that you might need duct cleaning. If you have a moldy odor, but no mold growth is visible on your vents, then the targeted area would only have to be at the evaporator coil/plenum (also known as the inside unit air handler). It is not necessary to clean ducts if there is no sign of dirt or mold in the vent stream. However, your first step is to get your ducts inspected. Contact our HVAC company today to schedule a free duct inspection!
How often should you schedule maintenance on your HVAC system?
At the very minimum, we recommend at least quarterly maintenance checks on your HVAC system, regardless of how new it is or if it’s a residential HVAC system or a commercial HVAC system. If you want your air conditioning system to work for as long as possible in the humid Florida climate, regular checks are key to an HVAC unit’s longevity. Our HVAC company offers monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, and annual maintenance packages that can prevent system failures before they start, keep your equipment clean, and make sure your HVAC system is working efficiently.