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A/C Services (A/C machine)

We will provide a thorough inspection and test the system.
The function of an air conditioner is to help remove the heat and humidity inside the passenger compartment of the vehicle. Powered by a belt, the air conditioning compressor compresses, pressurize it and pump the refrigerant through the system. The cooled refrigerant travels through the evaporator in the passenger compartment. As a result, cool air is blown into your vehicle. This refrigerant returns to the compressor, where the cycle begins again.

Our certified technicians will:

  • Inspect the air conditioning compressor drive belt for cracks or damage
  • Inspect accessible components for leaks or damage
  • Check the operation of the air conditioning compressor and other components
  • Evacuate refrigerant, vacuum test the system and recharge the air conditioning system using the appropriate refrigerant to the system capacity according to the vehicle manufacturer’s specifications.

PLEASE NOTE: We provide service to A/C systems utilizing an A/C Recover, Recycle, Recharge Machine, allowing us to fill all systems to manufacturer’s specifications optimizing the best performance of A/C systems.


Your car heater needs regular check-ups to make sure there are no leaky valves or blockages. Our technicians diagnose heater control issues and repair them.

We fix many of the common issues that cause your car’s heating system to fail:

  • Heater core repair/replacement
  • Heater valve issues
  • Vacuum leaks
  • Water pump problem
  • Fan motor repair/replacement
  • Leaky radiator hose
  • Thermostat stuck

A/C Diagnosis

My A/C isn’t as cold as it used to be. What’s going on?
There are several reasons an A/C system can lose its cool. Bring your vehicle to us as soon as you notice this symptom. It could mean the difference between needing a small repair or a large one.

Here’s what can cause your cold air to lose its cool:

  • A leak caused by a failed o-ring, seal, hose or component
  • Clogged expansion tube or refrigerant-charging hose
  • Failed compressor or compressor clutch
  • Failed blower motor or blower motor resistor
  • Damaged or failed condenser or evaporator
  • Vacuum leaks
  • Failed switch, fuse, relay, control module, blend door or solenoid

Leaks can be devastating. When an A/C system develops a leak, you have what’s called an “open system.” If you or your technician discovers the leak early, your repair will be less expensive. Unfortunately, if a leak has been affecting your cold air for a while, moisture will have entered your A/C system and damaged other vital and expensive parts.