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Heating Contractors in Los Angeles, CA

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(323) 221-8474 A YEE Phillip Refrigeration & H & AR Cndtnng Srvce
3229 North Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90065
(213) 384-6100 Ace-1 Elecon
107 South Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90004
(818) 760-2740 Belaire Heating and Air Cond. Inc.
11141 Kling St, Los Angeles, CA 91602
Services Offered: Service, repair and new installation of residential and small commercial buildings. Over 35 years of experience.
(323) 646-2534 Building Doctors
5042 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 268, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Services Offered: We are a Building Performance Institute (bpi) accredited company that test, diagnose, and cure energy efficiency, health, indoor air quality and comfort issues with your home, using building science and state of the art equipment.
(323) 255-1149 Carreon Heating & Air Conditioning
2215 Colorado Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90041
(323) 254-0087 Home Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning
344 Stowe Terr, Los Angeles, CA 90042
Services Offered: Residential Central Heating & Air Conditioning Installation, Repair and Service
6825 Mclennan Ave., Los Angeles, CA 91406
Services Offered: Indoor air solutions is a Commercial and Residential HVAC Contracting company and Indoor air Quality solutions. We are a Certified Home Performance Heating and Air Conditioning company , we hold several NATE certifications in Heating installation, Heating service, Air conditioning installation, Air conditioning Service, Heat pump installation, Heat pump service; we are proudly featured in the NATE circle of quality contractors. IAS is also a certified Green Home energy upgrade contractor, and we are in the process of becoming a Building analysis by the Building Performance Institute (BPI). Our reputation with the industry is reflected by our membership with IHACI Institute of Heating and Air Conditioning Industries, we are members of California Building performance contractors of America, and Better Business Bureau of Los Angeles.

We enjoy being solution based rather than sales oriented. Indoor Air Solutions follows ACCA (Air conditioning contractors of America) Standard HVAC Quality installation specification and all applicable building codes as well as The California Energy Commission's Title 24 Document. Our specific installation materials, protocols and procedures for healthy and energy efficient HVAC systems have been developed by top green building professionals in the country.We are the one of the few HVAC contractors that practice these building sciences. At Indoor Air Solutions we like to achieve the highest levels of service in the industry and for your piece of mind we carry $1,000,000.00 in both liability and workers compensation insurance.

Our Goal is to provide the best service experience, be assure that our best knowledge and experience will be apply to your HVAC service, installation, & upgrade.

About Los Angeles

Los Angeles is the second largest city in the United States and has many contractors who install, repair, or maintain heating systems. Most of these contractors are located in surrounding cities or suburbs, such as Boyle Heights, Hancock Park, Silver Lake, but many serve the entire Los Angeles metropolitan area.

Alternative Energy in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is a major battleground for the push to use alternative energy. On one side, The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power reports a 5.5% increase in their amount of renewable energy sources between 2005 and 2008, including increased use of wind, geothermal, solar and hydropower. They plan to increase their percentage to 20% by 2010 and to 35% by 2020.

However, in March 2009, city residents defeated Measure B in the polls, a plan that would have initiated vast use of solar energy in the city. Many who voted against the measure cited their opposition to the plan itself, which gave tax incentives to large companies, rather than to solar energy companies.

State Aid for Upgrading Energy Systems

The State of California provides a number of grants and loans to encourage the upgrade of buildings, including heating systems. One such incentive is the School Facility Program, which gives money to school districts for the upgrade of older school buildings. Upgrades include installing more efficient insulation and air conditioning units.

Additionally, in 2006 California introduced the California Solar Initiative, a program that encourages the installation of solar heating systems in residential and commercial buildings. This program requires utilities companies to offer rebates to their customers who produce their own energy through solar power units.

Things to Avoid When Hiring a Heating/Cooling Contractor

Los Angeles is a large city and it can be difficult to find exactly the right person for any particular job. Here are a few things to keep in mind if you are searching for a heating system or air conditioning contractor:

  • Check for references and licenses when hiring a contractor. Ask about the contractor's experience and make sure they know how to deal with the kind of system you have or want.
  • t settle for the quickest job. A contractor who rushes through a job is likely to forget or miss something. If a contractor seems impatient when answering your questions, they may not be the right person for the job.
  • Verbal agreements are hard to keep and defend in a conflict. Get a written proposal and estimate for the job before it begins. This will help avoid miscommunication and help you avoid surprises.

Common sense is your best ally in when hiring a heating contractor. If you have doubts, it will be worth your time and money to get a second opinion. You can check a s status with the LA Better Business Bureau. You may also want to check for certification by the North American Technician Excellence or HVAC Excellence organizations. Los Angeles contractors also have the option of joining the Plumbing, Heating, Cooling Contractors Association of the Greater Los Angeles Area. You can contact the PHCCAGLAA at (323) 913-7335 to inquire about their members.

Typical Climate

Los Angeles enjoys a relatively mild climate year-round. The city itself spreads over a vast area and encompasses coastline, valley, and canyons. This means that there can be great disparity between the temperature of one area and another, which means the heating and cooling requirements will also be different. The Southern California Gas Company estimated that its customers would pay $70-$80 per month on average in the winter of 2009.

Daily highs average in the low eighties during the height of summer and lows average in the high forties in the winter. As a coastal city, levels of humidity are relatively high in the morning, ranging between 75 and 85 percent. Its desert climate keeps precipitation low, however, and averages less than one inch a month between April and November. When winds are low, air pollution builds up in the coastal area to form problematic smog.

Local Heating / Cooling Parts Suppliers

Johnson Controls Inc.
1990 S. Bundy Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90025

Tom Gamble & Sons, Inc.
14211 South San Pedro Street
Los Angeles, CA 90061
(800) 525-2665

Lenco Heating & A/C
11606 Exposition Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90064
(323) 272-2378

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