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Call Us At The First Sign Of AC Trouble

Call us at the first sign of an issue with your air conditioning system to prevent a complete breakdown of your system. Some signs are extremely obvious and should prompt you to call us immediately. Ignoring any signs, won't make the problem go away and could possibly get worse over time. If you put off calling for professional help it usually results in more extensive or complicated repairs and can lead to higher ac repair costs.  
At LA Construction Heating and Air Conditioning, no ac repair job is too small and no call for help ever comes too early. We have the knowledge and experience you need to keep your home and family cool, safe, and comfortable throughout the year. A broken ac doesn’t have to be daunting, we’re here to help.  Now is the perfect time to contact us online or call us at (818) 341-3406 with your need for your ac repair in Los Angeles.

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Reliable Air Conditioning Repair Is a Phone Call Away

Tired of your AC system conking out on you at the worst moments? With Los Angeles no stranger to heat waves, it is no wonder why a broken AC can wreak havoc on anyone's day especially if that system is powering an entire shop, office building or house. Fortunately, we have been operating in the LA area for years and air conditioning installation of all major makes and models of virtually any type of AC system in your home, office or commercial space is our specialty.

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I was extremely pleased with the service provided by this company. I was able to get a timely appointment. I received text confirmations and the service provider arrived on time. All services advertised were provided. The serviceman was competent and polite. I would definitely recommend using this company.

Review by Paula T.

Showed up right on time and did great work quickly and with no mess. Took the extra time to explain the changes to me and help me figure out how to work the new system. Couldn't be happier!

Review by Sarah S.

They get 5 stars for promptness, cleanliness, expertise, niceness, friendliness etc. We are very happy with their service and have already referred them to friends! Jun was so nice and we love our nest thermostats! I would give them more stars if I could!

Review by Pamela K.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is my AC blowing warm air?

One of the most common reasons for calls we hear during the summer months is that the ac unit is blowing warm air. Dirty air filter, thermostat settings, clogged condensate drain line, electrical issues,mechanical issues, low refrigerant or an outdated ac unit are all common reasons for why your ac unit is blowing warm air. Read more...

What steps can I take before calling an HVAC professional?

If your ac unit is not running, first check the circuit breaker. Try to reset the breaker and see if that solves the issue. A clogged air filter can slow down or completely block air flow. Replace the air filters at least once every 3 months. Make sure the thermostat temperature is set to a lower temperature that what the temperature is in your home. If your DIY air conditioning repair does not solve the problem, please contact us. Read more...

What are signs of a refrigerant leak?

In order to minimize any potential damage to your system it is important to know what signs to watch for. Decrease in cooling power, warm air coming from vents, hissing sounds, frozen coils, or higher than normal electric bills are all signs of a refrigerant leak. Keep in mind these signs are not always a result of a refrigerant leak. Therefore, if you believe your air conditioner is having issues with the refrigerant or your need please contact a licensed professional. Read more...

How can I save money on AC Repairs?

  • Regularly replace your HVAC filters
  • Have your HVAC regularly maintained
  • Keep the area around your condenser clean to prevent any damage to the system
  • Seal any leaks around windows or doors to prevent your ac from overworking
  • Hire an HVAC professional you can trust

If you tend to neglect periodic maintenance of your HVAC system then you might end up paying a lot more for repairs. To save money and keep your HVAC system running like it should it’s important to take preventive steps to avoid major HVAC issues or a complete breakdown of the system. Learn more...

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Carbon Monoxide and Your Furnace

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Coronavirus and Other Contaminants: How To Improve Indoor Air Quality

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How To Troubleshoot Your Home Furnace

If your furnace is not heating or not turning on at all read below to learn more about how to troubleshoot your home furnace. These common scenarios can help you determine if it is a problem you can fix yourself or if you need to call a professional.

What Does HVAC Stand For? What Are The Different HVAC System Types?

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New Ultra Low NOx Gas Furnace Requirements

New Ultra Low NOx HVAC Requirements have been put in place in California in an effort to combat health and environmental issues created by NOx. The goal is to lower greenhouse gas emissions by 40% by 2030 by regulating the nitrous oxide (NOx) emitted by residential gas furnaces.

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