Summer hits hard in many parts of the Bay Area. Your neighborhood may be exceptionally beautiful when the warm weather hits, but you’ve got to ensure that you’re keeping yourself comfortabl
Do you find yourself paying more on your utility bills during the summer? Is your air conditioning running on high, yet you’re still not comfortable and cool? These are signs it may be time for air conditioner repair in your El Cerrito, San Ramon, Oakland, Ross, or surrounding area home. Our team at Hassler is ready to make sure your repairs are completed promptly and effectively.
No one wants an air conditioner breakdown during the hot summer months. Getting ahead of the heat with AC repair has some serious benefits, including:
- Avoid Last-Minute Emergency Repairs
- Improve System Efficiency
- Extend Peace of Mind
- Lower Energy Costs
- Boost Home Comfort
The Hassler Whole Home Approach
When repairing the cooling systems in your home, our technicians do more than just cover up the issue, we take time to understand the problem and work with you to find a long lasting solution. We use a whole-home approach when dealing with your home, and are mindful that all of its “systems”–cooling, heating, ventilation, inhabitants, etc.–are deeply intertwined and interrelated. We go above and beyond a simple repair, making sure that any adjustments we make will help your air conditioning function optimally throughout your whole home, and will complement your existing systems to achieve maximum efficiency, home comfort, and energy savings. In addition to AC repair services, we offer energy audits and other home performance upgrades to make sure you are getting the most from your HVAC equipment. To help avoid unexpected service emergencies, we also offer our annual service agreement to keep your air conditioning system running at peak performance all year long.
If you think your Alameda, Marin or Contra Costa County home could use an AC tune-up, don’t wait until a breakdown to call us.
Get in touch with us today to schedule your AC repair!
Tuesday, May 26, 2015