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Air Conditioning

Air Conditioning Installation Service

Blue Tiger Heating & AC is the intelligent choice for local air conditioning installation in Southern California. We will ensure that your new air conditioner meets your expectations so you can feel cool and comfortable all summer long. We offer many installation options for cooling services like ductless ac units, zone cooling systems and more! Not sure whether to repair or replace? Still trying to decide which cooling option is best for you? Get personalized recommendations by scheduling your consultation today!

AC Maintenance and Repair

Regular AC maintenance by a qualified HVAC technician is one of the most important steps you can take to prevent future cooling system problems. Regular AC maintenance will not only help save on energy costs, it will also help extend the life of your air conditioner unit and the costs of early replacement. Blue Tiger Heating & AC offers exceptional AC maintenance and tune-up options.

15 Point AC Tune Up

  1. Test and cycle Air Conditioner
  2. Check thermostat for proper operation
  3. Check temperature drops across evaporator coil
  4. Change Filter (If provided by customer)
  5. Check and flush condensate drain line
  6. Check Air Conditioner circuit breakers
  7. Inspect condenser fan motor operations and lubricate as necessary
  8. Inspect and tighten electrical connections
  9. Visually inspect for minor leaks
  10. Inspect and test Start/ Run capacitors and electrical
  11. Test operations and condition of compressor contactor
  12. Inspect blower assembly operation, lubricate and adjust as necessary
  13. Check amperage of compressor for proper power operations
  14. Clean outdoor condenser coil and remove debris from unit
  15. Check Ducts for Cleanliness and major leaks

Heating

Furnace Installation and Replacement

A furnace is a long-term investment designed to last many years, but just like any other appliance, it can and will wear down over time. When your furnace or heating unit breaks down, Blue Tiger Heating & AC will work with you to diagnose whether a new furnace replacement or simple repair is best based on your current situation. We will work with you to find the best deal on a new furnace as well as provide cost and timeline for your new furnace installation.

Furnace Maintenance & Repair

Take charge when it comes to your furnace maintenance and tune-up needs. BlueTiger Heating & AC recommends that you schedule a planned furnace tune-up with us to save yourself time and money. If you find that you already have a furnace or heating problem, call us for furnace repair or replacement. We’ll get the job done quickly so you don’t have to suffer through a cold night!

20 Point Furnace Tune Up

Perform the Following:

  1. Test and cycle Heating Unit
  2. Check thermostat for proper operation
  3. Inspect gas piping and valve
  4. Verify proper ignition
  5. Check and record temperature rise
  6. Clean burners and adjust for maximum efficiency
  7. Clean flame sensor
  8. Safety check all controls for proper operation
  9. Check for gas leaks near furnace
  10. Inspect blower assembly operation, lubricate, and adjust as necessary
  11. Test for carbon monoxide
  12. Change Air Filter (When provided by customer)

Visually Inspect the Following:

  1. Primary heat exchanger
  2. Secondary heat exchanger
  3. Combustion intake and exhaust piping
  4. Electrical connections
  5. Circuit boards
  6. Blower assembly
  7. Draft inducer assembly
  8. Furnace condensate drain line

Tankless Water Heaters

Tankless Water heaters

A tankless water heaters uses 30 to 50 percent less energy than units with tanks, saving a typical family about $100 or more per year, depending on water usage. Tankless units (also called “on demand” units) heat water only when you turn on the faucet. They usually operate on natural gas or propane.

How Do Tankless Water Heaters Work

Tankless water heaters heat water directly without the use of a storage tank. When a hot water tap is turned on, cold water travels through a pipe into the unit. Either a gas burner or an electric element heats the water. As a result, tankless water heaters deliver a constant supply of hot water. You don't need to wait for a storage tank to fill up with enough hot water.

Gas-fired tankless water heaters produce higher flow rates than electric ones. Sometimes, however, even the largest, gas-fired model cannot supply enough hot water for simultaneous, multiple uses in large households. For example, taking a shower and running the dishwasher at the same time can stretch a tankless water heater to its limit. To overcome this problem, you can install two or more tankless water heaters, connected in parallel for simultaneous demands of hot water. You can also install separate tankless water heaters for appliances -- such as a clothes washer or dishwater -- that use a lot of hot water in your home.

Smart Home Products

With products to help you save energy, keep your family safe, and help you stay connected to what’s important, Blue Tiger Heating & AC will help you have a smarter home.

Thermostats

If you want to remotely control the temperature and HVAC system in your home, save money with more efficient heating/cooling, or just want to engage in the longstanding thermostat war with your significant other from anywhere in the world, smart thermostats are for you.

Video Doorbell

Smart doorbell cameras work in tandem with your smartphone, so you can see who's knocking at the door and avoid answering it for unexpected visitors. But, in addition to video, they also offer a slew of other handy features to keep your home protected, including two-way talk, infrared lighting (for when it's dark out) and motion detection.

WiFi cameras

It didn’t take smart security cameras long to become a firm fixture of the smart home. Whether it's for security, or just a way to check what's going on at home, a pet camera, or as a supercharged smart baby monitor, Wi-Fi home cameras are a versatile option.

Smart door locks

Keys are so 20th century. A connected lock offers both security and flexibility, letting you control access to your home with your phone.The deadbolt installed on your front door right now likely serves its purpose. It locks, it unlocks -- and it does what it can to keep out any unwanted guests. That's probably enough.

Smart locks won't necessarily make your home any safer, but they will allow for more control -- so that you can lock and unlock your door remotely (whether you're home or away) and even extend "digital keys" to friends, family, caregivers and anyone else you regularly admit into your home.

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