AC Installation in Solano County
Cool, Confident, & Cutting-Edge
Your AC unit is arguably the hardest working and most necessary appliance in your home or business. We don’t just need our AC units to work hard some of the time. We need our AC units to work hard all year long for upwards of two decades. When the time comes to install your new AC unit, trust Advanced Plumbing, Heating, & Air to get the job done right. Our versatile technicians will give your AC unit the attention to detail that it deserves so that it can keep you cool and comfortable for the foreseeable future.
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Top 5 Signs You Should Call for AC Replacement
If your AC unit only works in the morning, works well about half the time, or otherwise performs inconsistently, a replacement may be necessary.
Certain AC noises such as grinding, scraping, or squealing, can be signs of a critical and costly malfunction that may require replacement.
Frequent repairs are a surefire sign of a dying unit. If you’ve made more than two repairs in as many years, it’s probably time to consider a new unit.
AC units in excess of 10-12 years old are nearing the end of their utility. Consider shopping for a replacement sooner rather than later.
Drastically higher operating costs can indicate a major malfunction that only a new AC unit can reliably and affordably solve.
Full Service AC Replacement & Installation
Members of the Vacaville, Fairfield, and Dixon communities know how vital a powerful, reliable AC unit is to their home or business. For maximum comfort, performance, and lifespan, trust the professionals at Advanced Plumbing, Heating, & Air to set your AC unit up for decades of success. We can help you find the right unit for your property, install it, and schedule regular maintenance all in one simple process. Our customers rely on our promise of 100% transparency, as well as our same-day appointments, comprehensive quotes, and extensive pricing details right up front. We’ll keep you cool today, tomorrow, and in the years to come.
Featured Project: Wall Shaker to Mini Split
The first step we confirmed both units were not functioning. I determined improper voltage burnt out one of the wall shakers while the other one no longer cooled, most likely a leak. The next few steps involved patching the holes and mounting the new hardware.