Air Conditioning Service / Furnace Repair

Fall is Furnace repair time
Don’t settle for less than the best in commercial and residential furnace installations, service, and repairs. We guarantee our work from high quality professional technicians at Above All Heating and Air Conditioning. We will keep your Furnace and Air Conditioner running properly day and night.
Emergency service is available24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We make sure technical difficulties never interfere with your business or comfort. We provide same-day quality service for non-emergencies, and are happy to work with apartment building owners and property managers to keep your tenants cool and comfortable.

Not all heating and air conditioning contractors are equal in their quality and service, and that’s the reason why it’s best to choose one that’s highly has highly skilled and experienced technicians in the field and also understands hard work ethics and a commitment to making the community a better place to live. At Above All Heating and Air Conditioning, we’re your environmentally aware Furnace and Air Conditioning solution. We recycle ozone-depleting refrigerants, and disposing of old and outdated HVAC equipment in a licensed recycling center.

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    Hi have a customer with a freezer cabinet in his commercial kitchen,while doing a service check on the cabinets i noticed that a single door freezer cabinet had a note that it had been changed to r22 this was done many years ago,the makers spec says r404a the cabinet is working fine and given that the kitchen is very warm at the moment enough to say i am surprised,the question is can i service this machine ie remove the r22 if a compressor change is needed in the future or does the cabinet have to be scrapped,on another note this compressor runs very cool and i thought the compressor would be running warm any advise welcolmed... Read more »
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    I know that Class A refrigerants are supposedly non toxic. But how toxic are they? Are refrigerants any more toxic than any other inert gas, such as helium or nitrogen? Also, what would happen if an AC system blew the evaporator coil and suddenly released all the refrigerant into the house? Would there be any adverse health effects?... Read more »