Aloha Air Conditioning opened it’s doors in 1982. Since then we have grown to become the most reliable, quality and honest contractor in the area.
Our Mission Statement is “To provide the highest quality service, at the lowest economical cost to our customers”.
Contact (954) 772 – 0079 Aloha today.
Let our sales team show you the benefit of up grading your air conditioning system.
No matter what brand, make or model you choose.
We are ready to provide you with a detailed estimate.
We will not only tell you up front, all the cost involved. We will put it in writing.
All replacement estimates are valid for 30 days guaranteed.
All out installations are performed to the highest standard. Well over and above the local city, county and state requirements.
Do you have a quote from another ac company, show us and lets compare, dollar for dollar.
We offer free estimates. On HVAC heating, cooling, air conditioning replacement systems.
All you have to do is ask. We are happy to provide a written estimate for any of your home or office needs.
Selecting the correct air conditioning system for your home is a big decision.
It’s an important investment today. It will play a key role in your home energy expenses for years to come.
When the summer heat is at its worst, you will want your family to have the best, most reliable cooling comfort possible.
Here are a few things to consider.
1. What do good central air units have in common?
The best equipment are efficient, operating on minimal electricity to hold utility bills down. They provide steady, dependable performance year after year. When properly maintained a good systems is quiet, long-lasting and low in service needs.
2. How can I be sure my Unit is the right size? Obviously, an air conditioner that’s too small won’t keep your home sufficiently cool. What many do not realize is that an over-sized system will cycle (turn on and off) more than necessary, wasting expensive energy and possibly putting undue strain on the compressor.
We asked our staff to write a few words about why they felt you should choose Aloha A/C over the rest of our HVAC competition.
Tim Flaherty responded first by writing “Loyalty, Honestly & Service Oriented“. Tim has been providing free Estimates on replacement equipment for Aloha Air Conditioning since 1985.
Rodrick Phillips had this to say ” All of our technicians are HVAC certified and mechanically inclined. Aloha is a customer based service and repair company always looking for a way to provide the needed service while saving customers money. ” Rod has over 40 years of experience and has been performing prevenitive maintenance and air duct cleanings since he came on board.
Edna Barry the back bone of the behind the scenes at aloha air had the following statement to add. “Aloha AC was founded on the foundation of (If you want the job done right) After 28 going on 29 years. The Aloha team has treated their heating and cooling customers as part of our family!”
Sheree Farrier also took the time to chime in with ” Our Loyalty to our customers, Our fast response time, Our reputation and the fact that when Parts are needed We make every attempt to deliver them and get your HVAC system running again the same day!” Sheree has been the first to answer the phone for the pasted 15 years. Some may even think she’s the owner.
Keep checking back and see what others have to say as we add them.
Dehumidistats are devices typically installed with air conditioning heating and coolingsystems in Florida homes where the home is unoccupied during the summer months. Humidistats are installed for economic reasons to reduce the run time of the air conditioning system and therefore lower utility cost. There is much confusion as to exactly what these devices do and on how to set them. Here, we will take the mystery out of the vacation dehumidistat and provide help in setting the control properly.
Most dehumidistats are wired in series with the power to the thermostat (although some older units are wired in parallel). The device is nothing more than a switch which closes the circuit to the thermostat when the humidity is above the setting on the dial. It is normal to see the display go blank on a digital thermostat when the humidity is below the dial setting. When wired in series, it takes both a humidity level in the home above the dial setting and the temperature in the home above the thermostat setting, before the system will run. The idea is that it can be 90 degrees in the home, but unless there is high humidity, the system does not need to run (and therefore saves electricity). When the home is occupied, the dial should be set to ON to prevent the dehumidistat from interrupting the air conditioning operation.
On units wired in parallel, the dehumidistat acts to override the thermostat. The system will run when the humidity is above the dial setting regardless of the temperature. This method is not as efficient and is no longer widely used.
When leaving for extended periods during the summer months, set your vacation dehumidistat and thermostat as follows:
DEHUMIDISTAT DIAL: 65% (Relative Humidity)
THERMOSTAT MODE: Cooling
TEMPERATURE: 72 Degrees
We have found these settings to be best to reduce the chance of mold/mildew growth and still provide adequate utility savings.
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