We understand that keeping your home at the right temperature at the right time can be a hard thing to achieve. We're here to help!
Is your air conditioner making strange noises? Does your heater not work as well as it used to? Are you fighting with your thermostat to keep the temperature of your home at the level you prefer? With HVAC services from the experts at JB Air, you can stop worrying about issues like these and enjoy your days in consistent, reliable comfort.
As fully trained, licensed, and insured Modesto HVAC technicians with over 25 years of experience, there’s no make or model of equipment that we can’t service and no issue that we can’t resolve.
Repairs, Replacements, and More
Whatever stage of life your equipment is in, JB Air can give it the professional care it needs. If it’s brand-new and needs to be properly installed, we can make sure it’s hooked up the right way to give you the best results. If it just needs a few repairs to get back in fighting shape, our Modesto heating and cooling expert technicians will resolve any problems at their source to deliver long-lasting results.
We Proudly Provide the Following HVAC Services to Modesto:
- AC Repair
- AC Installation & Replacement
- Heating Repair
- Heating Installation & Replacement
- Ductless System Installation
- Indoor Air Quality Solutions
And if it’s time for a new unit, JB Air will help you select and install the perfect replacement for your needs and budget. If there’s any kind of HVAC product or service that you need to keep your family comfortable, we have it here.
How Much Is a New HVAC System?
The cost of a new HVAC system will really depend on the brand, make, model, type, and size unit you select. Additionally, how efficient the system is, as well as if any other elements are included, such as smart technology, may impact the price.
What Is a Heat Pump?
A heat pump is a type of HVAC system known for it’s energy efficiency. These systems utilize electricity to effectively transfer heat indoors in the winter and outdoors in the summer. Similar to a ductless system, it can provide both heating and cooling to a home. There are a variety of heat pump systems available, such as ductless heat pumps, geothermal heat pumps, and ducted heat pumps.
What Is a SEER Rating?
A SEER Rating, also referred to as a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, measures the cooling output of an air conditioning system. It essentially measures how efficient and how much energy a system requires. All residential systems are required to have a SEER rating of at least 13. However, it’s best to consult with a qualified HVAC technician to determine what rating is best for your cooling needs.
What Is CFM in HVAC?
A CFM, or Cubic Feet Per Minute, refers to a calculation specific to airflow. It details how much airflow is required in a space. For example if you live in a large home, there is more airflow being distributed - this would lead to a higher CFM. Understanding your home’s CFM will give you a better picture of what HVAC system you need for your space.
How Often Should You Service Your HVAC?
You should have your heating and air conditioning systems inspected and maintained at least once a year. It’s typically recommended to have your AC maintained in the spring before summer hits and your heating system in the fall prior to the winter months.
Should I Repair or Replace My HVAC System?
It depends on the problem your system is facing. Some heating and cooling issues can be easily solved through a repair, while other problems may indicate that a replacement is needed. It’s best to consult with a skilled HVAC technician to determine which course of action is recommended. However, if the cost of the repair will be higher than a new system, it’s typically best to just have a new heater or AC installed.
What Is a Condenser?
A condenser refers to the part of your air conditioner which is outside the home and consists of a series of coils. It is responsible for transferring heat outside by converting gas, from the compressor, into a liquid. This is what helps keep your home cool.
How to Tell if Thermostat Is Bad
Your thermostat is an integral part of keeping your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter as it communicates with your HVAC system to achieve the desired temperature you set it too. However, when your thermostat malfunctions, it can wreak havoc on your comfort.
Your Thermostat May Be Broken If:
- It is unresponsive to changes in settings
- Your HVAC system won’t turn on or off
- The temperature in your home doesn’t correlate with what the thermostat is set too
- It loses previously programmed settings
- The temperature in your home keeps changing
What Causes Frozen Evaporator Coils?
Typically, evaporator coils become frozen if there is a lack of necessary air flow. This could be caused by dirty filters or damaged ductwork. A frozen evaporator coil could also be due to issues with your systems refrigerant or a malfunctioning fan, as well as clogged condensate lines.
Available Whenever You Need Us
If your heater or air conditioner breaks down just when you need it most, don’t despair – JB Air is here to save the day. Our emergency HVAC services in Modesto are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. And if your situation doesn’t quite qualify as an emergency, we still provide you with same-day service to get your issue resolves ASAP.
Need a same-day appointment or after-hours emergency assistance? Call JB Air at (209) 255-6882 for fast HVAC solutions in Modesto, Riverbank, Oakdale, or any of the surrounding areas!
Do you need heating and cooling solutions that don’t involve big, noisy air ducts? Our ductless mini-splits can keep you comfortable with power and efficiency you won’t believe. Are you dealing with water heater and HVAC issues at the same time? One call to JB Air can get both essential appliances fixed fast. Are you worried about pathogens, pollen, or dust bunnies in your air supply? Not only do we offer a full range of indoor air quality products and services, but as NCI-certified Modesto air balancers, we can help you perfect the circulation of your air to facilitate maximum comfort. When we say we have everything your home needs in one place we mean it – there’s nothing we won’t do to keep our customers happy.