American Air Conditioning LLC offers furnace repair in the Rio Rancho NM 87124 area. If you are having problems heating your home call American Air Conditioning LLC at 505-892-COOL(2665) and get your furnace repaired. We will fix your furnace the same day of your appointment in a prompt and professional manner. If your furnace is old and you are worried about it lasting for another season, we can give you a free estimate on a new furnace installation. Please ask about our discounts and promotions too.
Thursday, December 19th, 2013
Wednesday, March 20th, 2013
American Air Conditioning will give you the best price and the greatest savings on converting your old evaporative(swamp) cooler to a new refrigerated air conditioning system. On a budget? Call us for a FREE ESTIMATE today at 505-892-COOL(2665). Don’t get sticker shocked by the competition. We beat others prices by thousands of dollars! We also offer discounts to seniors, military, and cancer survivors. We will convert your A/C system in a fast and professional manner. You’ve tried the rest, now try the best! We are New Mexico’s refrigerated air conditioning conversion specialists. You won’t be disappointed, in fact you may even be surprised by how much money you can save by choosing American Air Conditioning. Call 892-COOL for your free estimate.
Tuesday, February 19th, 2013
Call 892-COOL(2665) for a free HVAC estimate from American Air Conditioning. Installing a new complete heating and cooling system? Let American Air Conditioning give you a free HVAC estimate. We can convert your evaporative swamp cooler to refrigerated air conditioning promptly and professionally when you schedule your free HVAC estimate. You will be glad you made the decision to choose American Air Conditioning because of our affordable prices and quick service. We are the A/C conversion specialists of New Mexico. Give us a call before the hot months are upon us!
Wednesday, February 6th, 2013
American Air Conditioning services gas furnaces for heating your home in Rio Rancho New Mexico. American Air Conditioning will repair or replace your old furnace quickly and professionally guaranteed. American Air Conditioning can install a more efficient gas furnace or even a high efficient 90% gas furnace. If you can’t tell by now, American Air Conditioning also means we do HEATING too. For those of you that are confused by the meaning of the word, air conditioning, here is the definition: The definition of air conditioning is the control of TEMPERATURE, humidity, air movement, and cleaning of air in a confined space. So it is safe to say air conditioning also includes heating. American Air Conditioning only wants the best for its customers, so that is why we’ve chosen Rheem, an American based company. Their equipment is backed by a 10 year warranty (Cheaper equipment only gives a 5 year warranty). They are the only company that makes 100% of its equipment and parts right here in the U.S.A. Most customers would be confident and have a greater piece of mind in giving back to their country and not choosing to outsource products to some other country. For great customer service give us a CALL at 505-892-COOL(2665). Have a great day!
Monday, February 4th, 2013
American Air Conditioning does preventative HVAC system maintenance on your heating and cooling equipment. Call us to schedule at 892 COOL(2665) before its too late! Be sure and have your HVAC system looked at by a qualified service technician every year for preventative system maintenance. They should give you an assesment of the condition of your furnace or A/C system. Some system maintenance can be done by the homeowner, they should always change the air filter regularly (Every 30 days is reccommended). A lot of HVAC problems are associated with not having a clean air filter. Another system maintenance tip the homeowner can do is to vacuum out the equipment every year. This will prevent a build up of dust and dirt. Sometimes electrical failures occur because the metal contactors need to be cleaned. In the end a small service charge is better than having to pay a huge pricetag on new equipment for something that could have been prevented by having yearly or even seasonal system maintenance done.