Installing an air conditioner is more than a purchase; it’s a commitment. Since an air conditioner can work for well over a decade with proper maintenance, choosing the right unit is important for ensuring that you won’t need or want to replace yours in the future. If you are looking for complete air conditioner installation—from ductwork to unit replacement—turn to the experts at Fire & Ice Air Conditioning. We have teams of HVAC pros who are ready to help you through every step of getting a new AC!
When the heat is scorching outside, your air conditioner has to work hard to make sure the inside of your home stays cool. Fire & Ice Air Conditioning has the experienced professionals your air conditioner needs to run again! Our locations are independently owned, expertly operated, and ready to help you with all of your air conditioner needs.
Nothing is more frustrating than a broken air conditioner on a hot day. Thankfully, avoiding sudden AC repairs is as simple as signing up for regular check-ups. When an AC unit gets regular and thorough maintenance, it protects it from sudden failure at the worst times.
Fire & Ice Air Conditioning offers a range of maintenance plans to fit different needs and budgets. With a Home Comfort Club membership, we can help you stay cool while avoiding surprises and preventing costly breakdowns! Call us today at to find out more about our air conditioner maintenance plans.
Air filtration and purification systems are designed to remove airborne contaminants from the home’s air supply. They have simple mesh filters to the ionization of pollutants. Ask our professionals at Fire & Ice Air Conditioning about which air quality system is best for your home.
Since the early 70s, homes have been built tighter to conserve energy by keeping cold air out in the winter and hot air out in the summer. While this does save energy, it also contributes to "Tight Home Syndrome." Tight Home Syndrome locks in dirty and stale air, contributing to indoor air pollution.
Different factors can affect your home’s indoor air quality. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor allergens and irritants play a significant role in triggering asthma attacks and other health issues. The American Lung Association, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), and other organizations have expressed their concerns about the dangers of indoor air pollution.