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Live Better With Quality Air Conditioning It’s Their Business


By EMILY TAFFEL-SCHAPER Helping clients keep their cool since 1971 S


outh Florida has been the envy of the nation this winter, with brisk and beautiful weather for the most part. Many air conditioning units


have not been turned on since December, unless of course, they were used for heat. But despite the cooler temperatures, the forecast for the summer is hot, hot, hot and Quality Air Conditioning has been helping clients keep their cool since 1971.


One way to accomplish this is with the new ductless air conditioning systems. General Manager Tim Murphy, an expert on this topic, explained the systems in detail. The new ductless systems can be placed in each room of your home. According to Murphy, Quality Air can connect three handlers to one condenser, so they are quieter than typical single units. They run on remote control and unlike other window systems, they can be fixed instead of replaced so they can stay in the home forever. If one burns out, the homeowner only needs to change out


the unit instead of reinstalling


an entire system and the units do not include any fiberglass, making them healthier and cleaner. At $2,500-$10,000 per system they are not the least expensive option, but take into account the monthly savings on your electric by using only the units in the room you are in. One customer saw a $200 reduction per month in his bill, Murphy notes.


“Better air quality means


healthier living” - Tim Murphy


Quality Air dispatchers answer your call quickly and are happy to set up an appointment for a free estimate the same day you call with their 24/7 service. Quality Air’s teams have worked together for years so their efficiency and ability is unmatched and everyone is specialized in different aspects of the industry so there is rarely a problem that they can’t fix.


This isn’t your typical A/C company either -


they have a full service sheet metal


department which means they can do all duct work and they offer complete duct


cleaning, insulation services,


and full maintenance services. They even have a filter department (change your filter every 1-2 months for the best air quality) that can measure your grills and customize filters to match your needs.


Though they claim they are not mold experts, Quality Air does offer


another fascinating General Manager, Quality AC


organisms in the ducts can lead to an increase in allergies. Quality Air uses a UV light that they place in the ducts to kill particles in the air for up to 6 months. The light can also eliminate mold and bacteria that


grow when dust gets in the coils. “Many people neglect


their systems because of the


cost involved, but at Quality Air we have Silver, Gold and Platinum contracts that cover everything from service, parts, insurance on equipment and deals like


15% off of parts. There are still FPL rebates which can go up to $1500 depending on the system and we also have maintenance contracts for people on fixed incomes,” says Murphy.


“Better air quality means healthier living,” he


continues. “We aren’t trying to oversell people, we are trying to build relationships. We don’t want to just sell units and have customer turnover, we want to get to know our clients, like a Doctor but for your air.”


To find out more about Quality Air Conditioning, please call at 954-971-1000.


service


to rid your ducts of dust and micro organisms. With Spring around the corner, dust and micro


46 March 2011 To Advertise in Coral Springs and Parkland City News, Please call 954-255-5226 www.CoralSpringsCityNews.com


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