Best 30 Hvac Repair in San Bernardino, CA with Reviews - YP.com

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09/27/2012
By: kathya
AAA Plumbing Heating & Air
I have been calling this company for over 15 years now as a regular customer for my plumbing, heating and air conditioning repairs. The owner, Rick Ballard, is extremely knowledgeable and fast to get the problem solved in a timely manner, plus, he has always quoted me a reasonable price on all his work for me. I just had him out to my house a few weeks ago for an air conditioning repair and I was very pleased with the work completed. Just yesterday, I needed him out again for a minor sprinkler repair in which he had it fixed in no time at all. This guy is great and he knows his work!
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06/14/2016
By: Damon Q.
Q Services Heating & Cooling
Steven S. was a store manager to a small music store. I was told to report there and fix an a/c problem. When I arrived, he was overly protective and seemed to be showing off in front of a subordinate. Long story short, he was fired after his corporate did an investigation. Now he seems a bit disgruntled. I, as the owner of Q-Services, will be contacting my attorney for a defamation lawsuit against this previous manager as nothing he has said here is true.
05/07/2017
By: Doris A.
AAA Plumbing Heating & Air
If you want a skilled and honest evaluation of your plumbing needs, Rick is the one to call. He knows his stuff and takes the time to be sure of how to fix your problems.
05/08/2013
By: kdallen55
Ballard Sherman Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning
This guy is a plumbing superhero.He came, he saw, he conquered. ( and very reasonable )
Tips & Advices
You can keep your air conditioner running efficiently with some preventative care measures. Shut off the power to your AC before cleaning it or performing any of these tasks:  clean your filter at least twice a year; remove leaves and twigs from cages; clean the fins with a garden hose or special spray, then use a butter knife to straighten any that are crooked; keep your yard clean so the fins won't get blocked; cover the unit up for winter; and make sure it's level or you run the risk of damaging the inner workings of the unit.
To clean your air conditioner drain, first shut off the power to your unit at both the thermostat and the breaker. Then remove the drain pan. If the pan is full of water, soak up the liquid with a few towels or rags or use a wet vacuum. You can use a solution of water and distilled vinegar, or substitute peroxide for the vinegar, to clean out the drain pipe. Let the pipe sit for a while in the solution and then put all the parts back in place. Once you start using your air conditioner on a regular basis, check it periodically to ensure condensation isn't building up.
If you happen to live in a hot and humid area of the country, drainage problems can occur with your unit since moisture can trap itself inside the system. Routine maintenance can cut down on drainage issues by cleaning out any mold or algae from blocking the drain. If you notice moldy smells whenever you turn the thermostat down, check on your system.
If you notice your system is acting inconsistently, the sensor is most likely out of place. Turn off the unit and reach behind its control panel while carefully bending the sensor back into place near the evaporative coil.
Find out where the noises are coming from. A banging or clanking sound could be due to a loose part. If you hear a hissing sound, it's most likely because of a refrigerant leak and you should contact an HVAC technician as soon as possible.

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