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Coachella Valley AC Service & Repair

We provide 24/7 ac service and repair to the Palm Springs Valley. Air Conditioning Repairs can include:

  • Refrigerant leaks
  • Inadequate air conditioning maintenance (see our a/c maintenance plans)
  • Sensor problems
  • Thermostat problems
  • Electrical connection issues
  • And more!

Air conditioners are fine tuned machines and a number of things can affect efficiency and function. We advise all our customers to perform regular maintenance to avoid breakdowns and costly maintenance repairs.

New Air Conditioning Installation

Today’s air conditioners provide more comfort and efficiency than ever for Palm Springs Valley residents. When you need cool, comfortable, cleaner air, we’re dedicated to providing the very best air conditioning services, no matter the size of your home. Choosing an AC system is a long term investment. It should provide you with total comfort on the hottest days of the year and lower your cooling costs at the same time.

So how do you select the right air conditioning system for your home? Here are a few things to consider:

What to look for in a good central air unit The best air conditioning units operate on minimal electricity, keeping your costs down. A unit should last several years, run quietly and have low maintenance requirements. At Preferred Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, we use Carrier air conditioners that are designed and engineered to meet rigid specifications and tested to assure excellent performance. Each unit delivers exceptional reliability and energy efficiency all day and night for years to come.

Correctly sized central air units A unit that is too small will not cool your home sufficiently or be energy efficient. But many don’t realize that an over-sized unit can be just as bad because it will cycle through on and off unnecessarily. At Preferred Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning we take the following into consideration when determining the right size unit for your home:

  • Window dimensions and exposure.
  • Floor space, insulation and local climate.
  • Heat-generating appliances.
  • The direction your home faces.
  • Any trees/landscaping providing shade for your home.