Whirlpool Home Cooling & Heating products are designed to exacting standards with innovative options that conserve resources, save money and provide your family with quiet, reliable, efficient performance and worry-free comfort.
All Whirlpool brand models come with the Comfort Commitment™ “Best in Class” warranty. Whirlpool Gold® 14-18 SEER models include a lifetime unit replacement. Standard models feature a minimum of 10-year coverage on the compressor, and every Whirlpool brand air conditioner is covered by a 10-year parts warranty. Be sure to check your product’s warranty certificate for complete details.
EcoCentral Living Systems
We know that creating a healthy, comfortable home is your top priority. Whirlpool® EcoCentral™ Living System products can help, with innovative options that conserve resources and save money, too.
Bryant home comfort systems work hard to keep your family’s air comfortable. Whether you live in a cool or hot climate, have an existing system or are building new construction, we’re here to help you put together the right mix of heating and cooling products to keep your family comfortable all year long. From heat pumps to thermostats to ventilators and more, Bryant will do “Whatever It Takes”.
Bryant central air conditioners deliver cool air through ducts to keep your whole home comfortable, while heat pumps are central air conditioners that can also heat your home. Used with a gas furnace, heat pumps add extra heating options, which allow you to choose to heat with gas or electricity. It’s what we at Bryant call our HYBRID HEAT® dual fuel system. Remember, the higher the SEER and HSPF ratings, the more efficient and energy cost-saving.
If you live or stay in Florida, you surely do not want your air conditioner to stop working properly on the warm days. Air conditioners are great inventions that are helping us to cool our homes, but sometimes they can malfunction. That is why AC maintenance is so important. Fortunately, many standard air conditioning problems can be fixed at home by following some simple steps. The following are some standard AC problems along with guidance on how to fix them.
The AC is not cooling your home. If you notice that the warm air is coming out of your air conditioner, then a good thing to do is to check out the thermostat. Maybe it sounds too simple, but sometimes it may happen for the thermostat to be accidentally switched to ‘heat’ instead of ‘cool’. If that is not the problem, then check out the compressor and the condenser that are located in the unit which is outdoors. See if there is any debris that may have entered by the condenser coils. If that is the case then you need to get AC coil cleaning.
Blow comes out of the AC, but does not cool much. If the AC is working, but you do not get enough cool air in your home, then you should check the following. First thing you need to do is to lower the AC thermostat by about five or more degrees to see if that would help in lowering the temperature of your home. If that does not help, then check all your doors and windows whether they are close so there is no air escaping from your home. If none of the above is solving the problem, then the air conditioner may be too small for the space of your home. The best solution for your home may be the split system that can pump and spread the air throughout different parts of your home. As always, before you make any purchase you should consult with professionals about what type of system you should get.
The Air Conditioner is frozen. Even in the hottest days of the year, the air conditioner may sometimes freeze and stop your system from working. This is a very standard problem which can be diagnosed very easily. If there is an ice on the unit, then your air conditioning system is frozen. Frozen air conditioner can be result from numerous different things such as reduced airflow or some refrigeration problems. If you notice ice on your air conditioner, then the first thing you should do is to shut down the system completely. After the ice gets defrosted, check out the system airflow and change the dirty or clogged filters. Clean the debris and put new filters. This should be enough for fixing this standard problem. If it still does not resolve the problem, then contact AC professionals that will fix your system without problems. That way you would avoid any additional damage if you try to fix it by yourself.
This post was written by Jim Barry | November 2, 2015
If your A/C system is over 10 years old, needs frequent repairs or just doesn’t cool or heat like it used to, it may be time to replace it with a new high-efficiency model.
1. FPL can help you by providing:
Expert information and advice – since over half of all air conditioning purchases are unplanned; we understand that most consumers may not know what A/C products to buy or who to call to install them. That’s why we’re here to help you choose the system and be the contractor that’s right for you.
By choosing Aloha AC an FPL Participating Independent Contractor. We can offer and provide an FPL rebate to help you pay – purchase and install a complete qualifying high-efficiency A/C system. You will receive an FPL rebate off the purchase price based on the efficiency rating and size of your new unit.
A follow-up survey – buy your new high-efficiency system from Aloha Air Conditioning and FPL will contact you by mail when the job is done to find out how it went. How important is your opinion? It’s what keeps Aloha AC on FPL Participating Independent Contractor list.
2. How to qualify:
Replace the entire central AC system – both the condenser (outside unit) and air handler (inside unit)
Replace individual room air conditioners with a new central system
Select a new system that meets FPL’s efficiency standards, a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating (SEER) of 14.0 or higher
Purchase and install the system with Aloha Air Conditioning an FPL Participating Independent Contractor.
3. How you’ll benefit:
Short=term savings of up to $1,100 on the purchase price of a new system.
Long-term savings of $230 to $960 per year on your energy bill, depending on how inefficient your old heating and cooling system was, the efficiency of your new system and the size of your home.
Confidence that you made an informed decision.
4. How to start:
Call Aloha Air Conditioning for a free replacement system estimate at (954) 772-0079 or request a free copy of the A/C Buying Guide from FPL 1-800-DIAL FPL (1-800-342-5375)
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.
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