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Residential HVAC Contractor Services Near Riviera Beach, FL

For trusted residential HVAC services in and around Riviera Beach, call John C. Cassidy Air Conditioning and Plumbing. Serving homeowners in the area since 1960, our quality local HVAC services will keep you comfortable and our friendly customer service will make you smile. We're highly trained to provide HVAC troubleshooting and diagnostics on any system, no matter the brand or age. We also provide full HVAC installation and replacement services.

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Does my cooling and heating system need surge protection?

Probably not. Modern comfort control systems are usually equipped with surge protection. In the event of lighting, however, it's never a bad idea to turn off your air conditioner and unplug appliances.

What are some ways to help control my cooling and heating costs?
  • Have the air vents in your home balanced, set the thermostat on as high a temperature as possible while still remaining comfortable, and then leave the two alone. Constant adjustment can eat up a lot of electricity.
  • If you're away from home at certain regular periods throughout the week, invest in a programmable digital setback thermostat that will raise and lower temperatures automatically in relation to when you are home and away from your house.
  • Don't set your thermostat any lower than the desired temperature when you turn on your air conditioner. Cranking down the thermostat will not cool your home any faster and wastes energy.
  • Check your air filter at least monthly and clean or replace as needed. A dirty air filter is the No. 1 cause of inefficient operation and high power bills.
  • Keep debris and other obstructions well away from the outdoor fan to allow sufficient airflow and maximize efficiency.
What does "H.S.P.F." mean?

H.S.P.F. stands for Heating Seasonal Performance Factor and is a measure of a heat pump's heating performance, not unlike the MPG of an automobile. The minimum required H.S.P.F. rating is 6.8, with some manufacturers producing units with a rating of 10 or higher. The more efficient the system, however, the higher the cost.

What does "SEER" mean?

SEER is an acronym for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and is a measure of the performance of the system, not unlike the MPG of an automobile. The higher the SEER, the better the efficiency. The lowest SEER rating allowed is 14, and some manufacturers produce units with SEER ratings of more than 20. The more efficient the system, however, the higher the cost.

What is a digital setback thermostat?

A digital setback thermostat is a programmable thermostat designed for people with fixed schedules that take them away from their homes for periods of time. If you leave for work at 8:00 a.m. each weekday and return at 5:00 p.m., for example, you can program a digital setback thermostat to automatically raise the temperature in your home to save on power while you're out.

Heating and Cooling Services Near Riviera Beach, FL

Air Conditioning Services

From a faulty air conditioning system that needs repair to a complete HVAC replacement, our team handles it all. We also provide regular maintenance service to keep high energy bills under control. Connect with us now for AC repairs, replacements, and tune-ups.

Furnace Services

While it doesn't get too cold here compared to the rest of the country, we do rely upon home heating systems in the winter. Our HVAC techs are highly skilled when working with both gas and electric furnaces. When you need a quick fix or a full furnace installation, we are ready to go.

Heat Pump Services

A heat pump is a popular heating option for Florida homeowners. For heating replacement, heating repair, and full heat pump services, contact our professional team.

Ductless AC Services

Ductless mini-splits are a great cooling and heating option for garages, basements, or new additions. Call on our team to learn more about keeping new spaces in your home comfortable easily.

Indoor Air Quality

Many factors can contribute to poor indoor air quality. For those with allergies and respiratory problems especially, clean indoor air in your home is a must. Our company provides a number of products and services to combat air quality issues, including advanced filtration, UV lights, and whole-home dehumidifiers.

Emergency HVAC Services

If your HVAC system breaks down, first check the basics such as the thermostat settings and circuit breakers. If those actions don't solve the issue, then it's best to call a professional to come diagnose and fix the problem. John C. Cassidy offers 24-hour emergency HVAC service. We are ready to come help you with your system at any hour.

Just call us at 561-863-4803 !

Some Signs Your HVAC Might Need Repair

  1. No heating or cooling - If your HVAC system is not providing adequate heating or cooling, it's a clear sign something is wrong. This could be due to a number of issues, such as a malfunctioning thermostat, a broken compressor, or a leak in the refrigerant lines.
  2. Strange noises coming from the HVAC system - HVAC systems are designed to operate quietly. If you notice unusual sounds like banging, clanging, hissing, or squealing, it's a sign that something is not right. These sounds could indicate a loose belt, a failing motor, or a refrigerant leak.
  3. Uneven temperature distribution throughout your home If some rooms in your home are too hot while others are too cold, it might be a sign that your HVAC system is struggling to distribute air evenly. This could be due to issues with the ductwork, such as leaks or blockages, or a problem with the blower fan.
  4. An unexpected increase in energy bills - If your energy bills are suddenly much higher than usual, it could mean that your HVAC system is working harder than it should be to maintain a comfortable temperature. This could be due to a variety of issues, including dirty or clogged filters, leaky air ducts, or a failing component that needs to be replaced.
  5. The system is constantly running or frequently turns on and off - An HVAC system that is constantly running or frequently cycling on and off is not operating efficiently. This could be due to a thermostat that isn't calibrated properly, a system that's too big or too small for your home, or a problem with the blower motor.
  6. Bad odors or poor indoor air quality - If you notice a musty or burning smell when your HVAC system is running, or if you're experiencing symptoms like headaches, allergies, or respiratory problems, it could be a sign of poor indoor air quality. This might be due to dirty filters, mold in the ductwork, or a problem with the system's condensate drain line.

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We look forward to helping you with your home's HVAC service. Call us today at 561-863-4803 to get started!

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