Installation, Maintenance & More

We are service and repair specialists that service all air conditioning models and HVAC brands of heating and cooling equipment. Our Certified Technicians are highly trained to assess and repair, as well as replace if and when needed. We know how to take care of your air conditioning and heat pump needs,regardless if it’s old or new.

Before we start any job, we give you an estimate for your approval. We hope to build your trust and become a partner in your home comfort needs for many years to come.

Diagnostics and repair of existing air-conditioning equipment. Split systems, Packaged units, ductless minisplits, wall hung units and pool heat pumps. Quick response and accurate diagnostics of broken-down systems. Castle Air service techs carry a small warehouse of parts to get the system up and running.

Call us today and we will help you find the best solution for all your heating and cooling needs!


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Regular maintenance is vital to the performance and lifespan of your Heating and Cooling System.
Benefits of regular maintenance include:

  • Help system perform efficiently and cut down on high energy costs
  • Prolong the life-span of the equipment and help eliminate the risk of unexpected and costly repairs
  • Maintain Manufacturer’s Warranty
  • Ensure system is running without risk to your health or safety
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  • Change or Clean Filters
  • Inspect Air Handler Coil
  • Cleanliness check of Air Handler (blower wheel, insulation, etc.)
  • Clean out Condensate Drain and pan
  • Check Amperages of Blower Motor and Electric Heat Strip
  • Check Electric Heat Strip Coils and Components
  • Check all Wire Connections (low/high voltages)
  • Check all Relays, Boards, Capacitors
  • Check Condenser Amperage
  • Rinse Condenser Coil inside and out
  • Remove any debris in Condensing Unit
  • Check Thermostat in heat, emergency heat and cool modes, as well as batteries
  • Check UV Light operation (if installed)
  • Check Humidistat operation (if installed)
  • Check temperature split across Evaporator Coil
  • Check all wiring for breaks, exposed wires, melting or burning
  • Check Contactors for any burning or pitting of points