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with the installation of a new A/C system
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Kenditioning Aire is your trusted local HVAC company, providing top-quality repair, service, and installation throughout Broward County, including Fort Lauderdale, Coral Springs, and Pembroke Pines.
At Kenditioning Aire, we treat our clients like family, not just customers. We believe in delivering exceptional results that exceed expectations, and our commitment to customer satisfaction is evident in everything we do. With a focus on care and attention to detail, we approach every HVAC project with the same level of professionalism and expertise.
Our team of highly skilled technicians has the expertise and equipment to handle all your HVAC needs, from routine maintenance to complex repairs and new installations. We understand the importance of a comfortable living or working space, which is why we prioritize timely and efficient service to ensure your HVAC system is up and running in no time.
Join our family of satisfied clients and experience the Kenditioning Aire difference for yourself. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and let our team of experts help you create the perfect environment for your home or business. Trust us to provide the best HVAC services that Broward County has to offer.
Our team is dedicated to providing you with top-notch HVAC services, whether you need installation, repair, maintenance, or replacement of your HVAC system. When you choose our expert team, you’ll enjoy fast, hassle-free service that’s tailored to you.
Heating & AC Repair
AC Coil Cleaning
Unclog Blocked AC drains
AC Tune up
Ductless Mini Splits
Ductless AC Installation
Indoor Air Quality Assessment
Ken was easy to contact, responsive and professional. He was able to commit to and confirm an appointment pretty quickly. I reached out to him for routine AC maintenance. He showed up on time and answered any questions I had throughout the service.
Kent arrived on time. Professional attire and approach. He got straight to business and within an hour my system was flushed clean and the air blowing nice and cold. Definitely recommend and appreciate all he has done. Price was reasonable. Thanks again Kenditioning-Aire !
Ken was professional, prompt, and neat. He gave the best quote and the quality of service was excellent. I will be using this company for regular maintenance and would recommend to anyone who needs HVAC services.
HVAC Maintenance and Repair FAQ
Expert Answers to Your Common Questions
You can improve the efficiency of your HVAC system by regularly changing air filters, sealing air leaks, maintaining proper insulation, and scheduling regular maintenance with a professional technician.
Some common signs that your HVAC system needs repairs include strange noises, reduced airflow, uneven heating or cooling, and increased energy bills.
It is generally not recommended to attempt to repair your HVAC system yourself, as it can be dangerous and may cause further damage. It is best to hire a professional HVAC technician for any repairs or maintenance.
In Florida, you might use your AC all year round, and annual HVAC service calls may not be enough to keep your system running like new. For this reason, most HVAC professionals recommend inspections and maintenance twice each year – every six months. This is important for the health of your system.
The average lifespan of an HVAC system is around 10-15 years, although this can vary depending on the type of system and how well it is maintained.
The SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) rating is a measure of an air conditioner's efficiency. The higher the SEER rating, the more efficient the system is, which can result in lower energy bills and reduced environmental impact.
A ductless mini-split system is a type of HVAC system that does not require ductwork to distribute air. It consists of an outdoor unit and one or more indoor units, which are connected by refrigerant lines and can be individually controlled.