Air Conditioning

A/C Check $19.99

Your cars air conditioning system is a complex system with many working parts.  Our A/C check will tell you what the problem could be.  Is it electrical?  Is it a worn part?  Is there a leak?  

A/C Tune-Up $59.99

This includes the A/C check and a top off of freon/refrigerant to keep you cool!

A/C Refresher $89.99

Over time your A/C system can develop moisture and create odors that may be caused by mold, mildew, and fungus. After conducting our A/C check,  our A/C refresher service will quickly and efficiently remove all odors including those caused by moisture along with pet odors and smoking odors. 

A/C Premium Service $119.99

This service includes our A/C check to start, then we will evacuate the system of all freon/refrigerant and re-fill the system with the correct amount of freon/refrigerant while inserting a special dye to help determine if there any any leaks.  In addition we will replace the schrader valves, which is a common place for leaks to occur.  

How does your A/C work?

The air conditioning system works by removing the heat from air inside your vehicle and transferring that heat to the outside air. What is left when the heat and humidity have been removed is cooler, more comfortable air.

To remove the heat, the system relies on several key components including a compressor, a condenser, an evaporator, pressurized refrigerant, valves and hoses—all controlled electronically.

For this system to work correctly and be ready for the hot weather, it needs to be free from leaks so that the refrigerant stays in the system. Although A/C systems are resistant to leaks and contamination, they are not leak-proof. Over time, contamination or leaks can appear and affect the cooling performance of your A/C system.

In fact, the most common cause of inadequate cooling is when the refrigerant leaks through worn seals and o-rings, loose fittings and connections. To make sure all the parts and components of your A/C system are working properly, we recommend having your A/C system checked at the beginning of the warm season.

Bert Rego, Marc Rego, and Ryan Rego  have successfully completed training and has received certification in Automotive CFC-12 refrigerant recycling and service procedures, as required by Section 609 of the Clean Air Act.  Section 609 of the US Clean Air Act requires all service technicians to be certified in proper refrigerant recovery and recycling.

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