What Are the Qualities of a Good HVAC Technician?

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When it comes down to calling for service technicians, there is a checklist on what makes a them a “Good” technicians. Here at California Air Conditioning Systems, we have comprised the essential things all technicians must be doing for quality service.

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  • Professional Look– All Technicians must be well groomed, have a clean uniform and must be able to work comfortably in their uniform. Well trimmed beard & hair, is essential so it won’t effect their work process.
  • Punctuality– When you schedule an appointment for a certain date and time, then that is the time the technician must arrive on, or before. We know that the owners take time off their day, so being on time is the most important to look for.
  • boot coversBoot Covers– When a quality residential HVAC service tech is customer-focused, this individual treats a customer’s home as if it were his or her own. This means that a quality service pro takes the necessary steps to help minimize the work you need to do, like clean your home. Boot covers are a sign that an HVAC tech respects you and your home.
  • Communication– Speaking to the owner and explaining the problem can cut major problems in time and money. Being able to speak on what the issue is can play a major role.
  • Tools– Being equipped with the right tools saves the time it takes to fix something. Having the right tools cuts down in headaches and making double trips.
  • Clean-Up Once the job is done, the are of work must look exactly the way it was before. Cleaning up after every job can result into another call and a happy customer.

We Hope this list has helped you to know what to keep in mind when in need of service on your HVAC unit!

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CALIFORNIA AIR CONDITIONING: takes pride in their professional and efficient service. Hiring the best technicians in HVAC, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, and Heating, California Air delivers the best and most reliable service. With over 30 years of experience, California Air specializes in both commercial and residential calls. There is no job too big, or too small.

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Our Service Area

Do we provide service to your area?

Finding a contractor to travel to your home or business may be difficult as some tend to stay near their hometown. Los Angeles is a huge city and most contractors hate dealing with LA traffic. (Yes, traffic can be horrible here; bumper-to-bumper.) However, that isn’t like us. W’ll travel to your city to provide heating and air conditioning services, just as long you’re in the LA County.

Below is a few cities that we provide service to.

  • Pasadena
  • Santa Monica
  • Long Beach
  • Beverly Hills
  • Compton
  • Torrance
  • Burbank
  • Hollywood
  • Monterey Park
  • Redondo Beach
  • Manhattan Beach
  • Culver City
  • Rosemead
  • Inglewood
  • Whittier
  • Cerritos
  • El Segundo
  • And other cities that’s, at most, 1 hour away from us.

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Sometimes we do break our own rule and travel to further cities such as Oxnard, Riverside, Camarillo, and Ventura. Most of these farther appointments are made by speaking directly with Harry Irvine.

Need air conditioning repairs? Is your heating blowing cold air? Are you having issues with your air ducts? Visit our website for more information.

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Why Are Air Conditioners on the Roof?

  1. Space. Some buildings are built too close to one another that installing it on the ground is near impossible and bothersome to neighbors.
  2. Appeal. Installing the unit on the roof removes one unattractive element around the structure. Rather than an air conditioning unit, it could be a garden or other landscaping.
  3. Covers a bigger area. Major advantage of a rooftop unit is its ability to cool multiple rooms. Compared to a window unit or a wall unit, where it’s limited to one area, a rooftop air conditioning is normally attached to ducts that distributes the air to the rooms in the house.
  4. Freedom from debris and vegetation. Units placed on the ground have a tendency to require more maintenance because of the vegetation and its trimming. Without regular maintenance of the area around the unit, it could potentially reduce the unit’s efficiency

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