Keeping Your Summers Breezy in Marin & Sonoma Counties
A large number of residences throughout Marin and Sonoma counties rely on air conditioning to keep them cool and comfortable when temperatures soar. The local area has many microclimates for a small county. On a hot day, temperatures can be 10 to 20 degrees hotter than in other towns. Certain valleys or west-facing locations can be brutally hot on a summer’s day. Air conditioning has become more popular because people do not want to be uncomfortably hot in their homes. This is especially true for children or the elderly who may face health hazards as a result of overheating.
John Owens Services, Inc. has been providing air conditioning installation, repair, and maintenance in Santa Rosa and the surrounding areas for decades. Let us help you stay cool all summer long. We handle all cooling system makes and models and ensure fast, reliable services at competitive rates every time.Book Now Book Now
The most common air conditioning system in Santa Rosa and throughout Marin and Sonoma counties is a split system comprised of a gas furnace, an indoor evaporator coil, and an outdoor condensing unit. The two split parts of this type of AC are connected with copper refrigerant piping. The sequence of operation starts with the thermostat calling for cooling, the furnace blower motor will then provide the airflow. Next, the evaporator coil absorbs the heat from the air and the outdoor unit dissipates the heat into the outdoor.
It is important to do a thorough annual inspection, maintenance, and testing of your air conditioning system before the hot weather or heatwave is upon us. There are a very limited number of qualified air conditioning technicians in Santa Rosa. If your air conditioning breaks down during a hot spell, it could be days before a technician could become available. We and all other air conditioning contractors run waiting lists during hot spells. Don’t be caught out—call us and book an air conditioning maintenance as soon as you can.
Our AC maintenance checklist includes:
Our philosophy is simple, we always want to maintain equipment to give it the longest life possible. Next, we want to focus on repairing when something goes wrong. Then only as the last choice, we replace equipment when needed. That’s the John Owens Way.