Florida Gets Hot and Your Home A/C is Important
Air Conditioning Repair
We have over 25 years of in-home experience troubleshooting, diagnosing and repairing air conditioning issues. Whether you live in Orlando, Cocoa or Port St Lucie. Our certified ac repair technicians are standing by to diagnosis and repair your hvac system.
Inefficient Cooling and Heating
Sometimes ductwork can sag or fault. This problem can create dead zones for cooling and heating in your home. Our ductwork experts can find the proper solution to your issues.
State Certified Electricians on Call 24/7
Faulty lights, tripped breakers? Shaky plugs and lopsided ceiling fans? Our expert certified electricians can repair everything from the plug to the generator. If it is electric we got you covered.
Same Day HVAC Installation
We can get you properly sized with the perfect SEER for your home usually same day. Our ac install teams work all day and with our warehouse stock air conditioning installs are usually same day as well.
Your Total Home Solutions Company
We leverage the best air conditioning technicians, electricians and plumbers in Central Florida to bring you cost savings. Our technicians can give you a full evaluation of your home form the air conditioning system to the water heater. Knowledge is power.
Always on Call and Open 24/7
Your air conditioning system doesn't get a break. We don't take breaks either. You will always reach a trained dispatcher when you call us, not a call center. Our on-call service technicians will come rain or shine, day or night. Call us for emergency service today.
They were very professional, arrived at time allotted, informed me of some rust on coils due to age... Kevin B.
They did an amazing job for me. Wired some flood lights for me. Hector B.
Promag is the absolute best. Professional, courteous, and extremely knowledgeable. Suzanne B.
About Promag Energy Group A/C & Heating, Inc.
Promag Energy Group is a family owned and operated business located in Florida. We have several offices located throughout the state including Cocoa, Ocala and Fort Pierce, FL. We provide air conditioning and electrical service throughout the State of Florida.
We were started in 1988 by the owner James D Harris. Recently he was joined by his son John G Harris. The Harris family is involved in all aspects of the business. From dispatching to loading trucks the father & son team can always be found working.
Promag Energy Group has a long tradition of HVACR work and experience. We are partners with ACCA and the BBB. We also maintain a relationship with all major air conditioning manufacturers and suppliers located throughout the State of Florida. In 2014 we purchased our corporate headquarters which directly faces I-4 near downtown Orlando. We hope to always maintain our dedication to excellence, family values and hard work as our team of technicians helps keep you and your family comfortable yearlong.
Home Air Quality Tips & Tricks
The least known aspect of any homeowner's life is the quality of their home's air. If you haven't thought about your home's air quality recently don't worry we got the answer.
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The Home A/C Checklist
Air Duct Cleaning & Maintenance
If you suffer from frequent colds and extreme allergies you might have to consider your home as a vector. Most consumers don't think too hard about the actual mechanics of their air conditioning system. We still meet customers who believe the unit is blowing air into their home. This is far from the case however. Air conditioning systems recirculate the air within your home through a series of air ducts and returns. One of the most common issues in humid environments like Florida is mold and mildew. We often find situations in the home where mold and mildew have made their way into the air conditioning duct system. They can gather on the metal air duct grates or even further along inside the duct work. We even find that the condensation of the air conditioning system will sometimes create a haven for mold in the home.
When your system is in operation it moves all the air in your house over that mold infestation continuously spreading it around the home. If you have pets this effect can happen as well. The dander released can be pulled into the system and spread throughout the home. This lends truth to dog/cat smells never leaving a home. You might clean the furniture but you didn't clean the air. If you haven't cleaned and sealed your ducts within the last 5 years we suggest you do so. It can help with allergies and sickness as well as giving you piece of mind going forward. We use a special aerosol sprayed into your air ducts that leaves an antimicrobial film that seals and protects.
Air Conditioner Efficiency and Your Home Energy Bill
Most people believe that the start and end point of the home's energy bill is the thermostat. However, an often overlooked aspect is your HVAC unit's SEER rating. SEER rating means Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and it is a number which gives a basic view of how much energy your air conditioner needs versus what it produces in differing climates. Most new homes will be installed with the lowest SEER rating allowed by code for cost reasons. Older homes will usually have a SEER rated HVAC unit appropriate to their age if not replaced. As technology gets better newer SEER ratings becomes more affordable and the codes becomes more stringent. Your air conditioner will have it's SEER rating located on the outside unit somewhere. If you have less then a 15 SEER rated unit in 2017 you should consider an upgrade. The energy savings depending on usage and location can sometimes be more then the payments for a new unit. Plus who doesn't like helping the environment?
Bi-Annual HVAC Preventative Mainteance
Your home air conditioning unit should be serviced every 6 months throughout the life of the unit. Preventative maintenance service visits check for corrosion, leaks, wear and tear. It also checks for electrical issues that may not be affecting the operation of your unit currently. A good preventative maintenance program for your HVAC unit can mean the difference between a $80 repair and a $4,500 replacement.
Check Your Air Conditioner Filters
Always check your air filters once a month. Every 3 months if you haven't changed the filter you want to do so. Changing the air filters for your air conditioning system can prevent sickness, odor and mold/mildew buildup. Always run your air conditioning system with a filter. A cheap filter is always better then no filter. If you have a filter on site and call us for a preventative maintenance our technician will even install the filter for you and remove the old filters.