When it comes to installing a new heating & air conditioning system, maintaining an existing one, or getting furnace and AC repair in Fair Oaks, residents & those in the surrounding areas can take advantage of our services. Whether you need a new programmable thermostat installed, furnace service, or AC repair in Fair Oaks - homeowners trust Air Now Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.
Air Conditioner Repair in Fair Oaks
If you need air conditioning repair in Fair Oaks, our skilled HVAC technicians can diagnose, adjust or repair your system so that you are comfortable during the summer. For safety and warranty reasons you should never attempt to service your system yourself. We service all HVAC brands and models.
When you call Air Now Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc you get reliable system installation, HVAC maintenance, or AC repair in Fair Oaks. Maintenance and regular service can keep any piece of HVAC equipment highly functional for a long time. All of these types of HVAC services will go a long way to keeping your property comfortable for everyone inside. For professional air conditioning repair in Fair Oaks - area residents call Air Now Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.
Very professional, rapid response, excellent value and I am happy with the work.
For AC Repair in Fair Oaks
Call Air Now (916) 332-7300
Furnace / Air Conditioner Installation
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We will match most installation & replacement quotes on identical equipment.
Call us for AC Repair in Fair Oaks.
Air Now Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc
Phone: (916) 332-7300 / (530) 387-7310
Office Hours: Mon - Fri: 8AM - 5PM
Zip Codes: 95628
HRV and ERV Ventilators
If you're familiar with indoor air quality concerns, you know it's something worth paying attention to. As a local heating and air conditioning company
, we love to help customers do more than simply stay at the right temperature. Having a healthy home is important. Many indoor air quality issues would diminish if we could just leave the windows and doors open all of the time. But that would obviously have a negative impact on comfort and utility bills! So what's the answer? A ventilator is worth considering. Ventilators integrate into your system, and exchange stale indoor air for fresh air from outside. But here's the cool part: a ventilator exchanges heat energy during the process. That means that the hit on comfort and utility bills drops significantly. An Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) can also exchange humidity. Call us to learn more today!