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Commercial And Residential

When you need A/C services, you need a professional company you can rely on. For over thirty years, your friends and neighbors have trusted the experienced technicians at Service America Air and Heat with all their A/C needs.

You can count on us to do our best on Air Conditioning Installation, Air Conditioning Replacement, Air Conditioning Repair, Air Conditioning Maintenance, Duct Cleaning, Duct Repair, Duct Replacement and Attic Insulation.

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We are always here to promptly attend to your air conditioning needs.


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24 Point Tune Up

  • Check thermostat operation.
  • Clean filter (Washable Filters Only).
  • Check system temperature split.
  • Refrigerant check.
  • Inspect disconnect.
  • Inspect fuses.
  • Inspect wiring.
  • Inspect drier filter.
  • Tighten electrical connections.
  • Inspect contactors and relays.
  • Check voltage and amperage to all motors.
  • Compressor check, amp draw and connections.

* Drain line cleaning is for maintenance only, no obstructed drain lines.Valid with this ad only, cannot be combined with any other offer.

  • Inspect indoor blower motor and housing.
  • Inspect condenser motor.
  • Inspect condensate drain.
  • Add algaecide tablets to drain pan.
  • Inspect condenser and evaporator coil.
  • Inspect plenum seal at unit and secure panel.
  • Visual leak check. No nitrogen testing.
  • Run and test system.
  • Clean drain line.*
  • Up to 1-pound of R-410 refrigerant.
  • Check capacitor.
  • Inspect low voltage wire.



*Restrictions Apply



Our Air Conditioning Services

Air Condition Installation And Repair

A new A/C installation will help with indoor humidity and temperature control…

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Air Conditioning Maintenance

When it comes to living in South Florida, one thing is for certain – you need a reliable…

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Air Conditioning Cleaning

All A/C systems lose efficiency over time due to the accumulation of dirt and debris…

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Evaporator Coil Cleaning

The evaporator coil is an essential component of an air conditioning system…

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Dryer Vent Cleaning

Dryer vent cleaning is an important maintenance task that homeowners and renters…

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Attic Insulation

Attic insulation is an essential component of any home’s energy efficiency…

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Duct Repair And Replacement

Service America Air and Heat specializes in air duct repair and replacement…

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iWave-R - Ionization

iWave-R is the first product of it’s kind – self-cleaning with no maintenance using a needlepoint bi-polar ionization generator designed specifically for treating air in residential duct A/C systems. As air passes by this product located in the ductwork, positive and negative ions actively purify the supply air, killing mold, bacteria and viruses in the coil and living space. The ionization process also reduces allergens, smoke and static electricity, as well as controlling odors (cooking, pet, VOCs) and other particles (no more sunbeams) in the air without creating ozone or any harmful byproducts.

Benefits And Features Of The IWave-R:
  • Patented self-cleaning design ensures ongoing peak performance
  • Needlepoint bi-polar ionization actively treats air in the living space
  • For duct systems up to 6 tons (2400 CFM)
  • Universal voltage input – 24VAC to 240VAC!
  • Universal mounting with magnets
  • Flexible design with no replacement parts
  • Kills mold, bacteria and viruses
  • Reduces allergens, odors, smoke, static electricity and other airborne particles
  • Keeps coil cleaner
  • Programmable cleaning cycle
  • Alarm contact option for secondary notification
  • UL and cUL approved
  • Three-year warranty*


Ultraviolet (UV) lights have been used for decades in various applications, including in air conditioning systems. UV lights for air conditioning have gained popularity due to their ability to kill germs, viruses, bacteria, and other microorganisms that can cause illness and allergies. In this article, we will discuss how UV lights work and benefits.

How do UV lights work in air conditioning systems?

UV lights for air conditioning systems are installed inside the air handler or ductwork, and their purpose is to kill microorganisms that are present in the air. The UV lights emit a wavelength of light that is lethal to most bacteria and viruses, disrupting their DNA and preventing them from reproducing. As air passes through the air conditioning system, it is exposed to the UV light, and any microorganisms present in the air are killed.

Benefits of UV lights in air conditioning systems

There are several benefits of using UV lights in air conditioning systems, including:

  1. Improved air quality: UV lights can kill germs, viruses, and bacteria that are present in the air, leading to improved air quality. This can be especially beneficial for people with allergies or respiratory problems.
  2. Reduced odors: UV lights can also help to reduce unpleasant odors that may be present in the air conditioning system, such as those caused by mold or mildew.
  3. Increased energy efficiency: By killing microorganisms in the air conditioning system, UV lights can help to maintain the efficiency of the system. Dirty coils and ductwork can cause the system to work harder to maintain the desired temperature, leading to higher energy bills. UV lights can help to prevent this from happening.
  4. Reduced maintenance: With UV lights installed, the air conditioning system may require less maintenance, as the coils and ductwork will be kept cleaner.

UV lights can be an effective way to improve the air quality in air conditioning systems, and can provide several benefits such as increased energy efficiency, and reduced maintenance. If you are considering installing UV lights in your air conditioning system, it is important to consult with a professional from Service America Air and Heat to make an in-home air comfort evaluation. Call us to make an appointment!

VIVE™ TP-VC-UV24-PRO – Germicidal UVC Light Kit

REME HALO® RGF REME-H – HALO™ Reflective Electro Magnetic Energy HVAC Cell, 9″, 24V

FRESH-AIRE UV® Triatomic TUV-APCO-ER2 – Two Year Lamp (18-32 VAC series) APCO In-Duct

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Popular Questions

See some of our frequently asked questions below

When To Replace Your Equipment?

Air conditioning is essential to keep your home comfortable year round in Florida. But, like any other appliance, your air conditioning system will eventually need to be replaced. Knowing when it’s time to replace your AC system can save you from costly repairs and high energy bills.

Here are some signs that it’s time to replace your air conditioning system:

  1. Age of Your AC System
  2. High Energy Bills
  3. Frequent Repairs
  4. Uneven Cooling
  5. Strange Noises and Smells

If you notice any of the signs mentioned above, it’s time to consider replacing your air conditioning system. Replacing your old, inefficient AC system with a newer, more energy-efficient model can save you money on your energy bills and help keep your home comfortable.

What Are The Factors Affecting The Cost?

The factors that can affect the cost of a new air conditioning system include the brand of the AC unit, its power, its BTU rating, the installation process, the size of the space you want to cool, and the level of sophistication of the system, including variable-speed AC systems. The labor cost to install central air conditioning can range from $1,500 to $2,500 or more, depending on if it includes new ductwork. Labor makes up 40% to 60% of the total installation cost.

How Soon Can We Have A New AC Installed?

The timeline for installing a new air conditioning system can vary depending on several factors, including the availability of the AC unit, the complexity of the installation, and the contractor’s schedule. In general, it can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks to have a new AC installed.

How to Identify AC Problems?

There are various signs that can indicate problems with your home air conditioning system. Here are some common signs to look out for:

Weak or warm airflow – If the air coming from the vents is weak or not as cold as it should be, it could indicate a problem with the compressor, refrigerant levels, or ductwork.

Unusual sounds – Banging, clanging, or other unusual sounds coming from your AC system could indicate a loose or damaged part or an issue with the compressor.

Strange odors – Musty or burning smells coming from your AC system could be caused by mold or electrical problems.

Leaks or moisture – If you notice water pooling around your AC unit, it could be a sign of a clogged condensate line or a refrigerant leak.

High humidity levels – If your home feels more humid than usual, it could indicate a problem with the AC system’s ability to remove moisture from the air.

Short cycling – If your AC system turns on and off frequently, it could be a sign of an issue with the thermostat, sensors, or other parts.

Increased energy bills – If your energy bills have increased significantly without explanation, it could be a sign of an AC system that is running inefficiently.

It’s important to address any potential problems with your home air conditioning system as soon as possible to prevent further damage and keep your home comfortable. If you notice any of the above signs, it’s recommended to call a professional HVAC contractor to diagnose and repair the issue.

How To Replace A Thermostat?

Replacing a home thermostat is a relatively simple process that can be done in a few easy steps. Here’s how to replace a home thermostat:

  1. Turn off the power: Before removing your old thermostat, turn off the power to your heating and cooling system at the circuit breaker.
  2. Remove the old thermostat: Remove the cover of the old thermostat and unscrew the mounting plate from the wall. Take note of where the wires are connected to the old thermostat, or take a picture for reference.
  3. Install the new thermostat mounting plate: Install the new thermostat mounting plate in the same location as the old one, using the same screws and anchors.
  4. Connect the wires: Connect the wires to the new thermostat according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Some thermostats may require a C-wire, which provides continuous power to the thermostat. If your old thermostat did not have a C-wire, you may need to install one or use a thermostat that does not require it.
  5. Install the new thermostat: Snap the thermostat onto the mounting plate and turn on the power to the heating and cooling system. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions to program the new thermostat.
  6. Test the new thermostat: Test the new thermostat by setting the temperature and ensuring that the heating or cooling system turns on and off as expected.

Overall, replacing a home thermostat is a straightforward process that can be completed in just a few steps. However, if you are uncomfortable working with electrical wiring or are unsure of how to proceed, it’s always best to consult a licensed HVAC professional for assistance.

When To Replace An Air Filter?

Replacing air filters is an important part of maintaining your home’s HVAC system. The frequency of air filter replacement will depend on several factors, including the type of filter you use, the level of air pollution in your home, and the frequency of system use. However, as a general rule of thumb, it’s recommended to replace your air filter every 1-3 months.

Here are some signs that it’s time to replace your air filter:

Reduced airflow: If you notice that the airflow from your HVAC system is weaker than usual, it could be a sign that the air filter is clogged with debris and needs to be replaced.

Higher energy bills: A dirty air filter can cause your HVAC system to work harder to maintain the desired temperature, leading to higher energy bills.

Increased dust and debris: If you notice an increase in dust and debris in your home, it could be a sign that the air filter is no longer effectively filtering out contaminants.

Unpleasant odors: A dirty air filter can cause unpleasant odors to circulate throughout your home.

Allergy or asthma symptoms: If you or someone in your home suffers from allergies or asthma, a dirty air filter can exacerbate symptoms by allowing allergens and pollutants to circulate in the air.

It’s important to check your air filter regularly and replace it as needed to ensure that your HVAC system is running efficiently and effectively. Consult your HVAC system’s manual or a licensed professional to determine the recommended air filter replacement schedule for your specific system.