$59.00 Fixed Fee HVAC Diagnostic

It is unfortunate when your heating and cooling system breaks when you need it most. In times like these, it is important that you have a company that you can rely on. Instead of wasting your time with price negotiations and questionable hourly billing, we charge an upfront diagnostic fixed-fee and only add additional charges for necessary part replacements. Our HVAC technicians share our company’s values of honesty, integrity, and professionalism and are always prepared to provide you with exceptional service. Trust your emergency situation with Elmar HVAC.

CONVENTIONAL UNITS

AIR CONDITIONERS

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Available Models

  • Dave Lennox Signature Collection
  • Elite Series
  • Merit Series
Energy star XC25 Air Conditioner

Efficiency Rating (SEER) : up to 26

Price Guide - $$$

Energy Star XC21 Air Conditioner

Efficiency Rating (SEER): up to 21

Price Guide - $$$

Energy Star SL18XC1 Air Conditioner

Efficiency Rating (SEER): 18.5

Price Guide - $$$

The job of your home air conditioner is to move heat from inside your home to the outside, thereby cooling you and your home. Air conditioners blow cool air into your home by pulling the heat out of that air. This works just like the cooling that happens when water evaporates from your skin. The evaporator coil is filled with a special liquid called a refrigerant, which changes from a liquid to a gas as it absorbs heat from the air.

Unlike most furnaces, air conditioners are complex mechanical systems that depend on a wide variety of conditions to work correctly. They are sized to meet a certain "load" in the house. They are designed to have a certain amount of refrigerant, also known as the "charge". When any of these things change, the system has problems.

When the time comes to replace or repair your system, place your trust in us and know that we will only suggest the equipment that you absolutely need. When we visit your home or office, we will accurately measure the load and charge to make sure you are pumping a sufficient and temperature controlled amount of air throughout your property. If there are hot/cold spots in your home such as a sunroom or third-story bedroom, we will either suggest addition ductwork or an installation of a Mitsubishi ductless system.

Elmar Services began its journey servicing and installing air conditioners for customers in the Baltimore region. We take pride in the experience and knowledge we have obtained over the past decade. Over the years, we have noticed that air conditioners have a shorter life expectancy if not properly maintained and cleaned. That being said, we suggest annual maintenances for your system in order to avoid future problems. Click here to schedule your preventative maintenance with our company.

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The job of your home air conditioner is to move heat from inside your home to the outside, thereby cooling you and your home. Air conditioners blow cool air into your home by pulling the heat out of that air. This works just like the cooling that happens when water evaporates from your skin. The evaporator coil is filled with a special liquid called a refrigerant, which changes from a liquid to a gas as it absorbs heat from the air.

Unlike most furnaces, air conditioners are complex mechanical systems that depend on a wide variety of conditions to work correctly. They are sized to meet a certain "load" in the house. They are designed to have certain amount of refrigerant, also known as the "charge". When any of these things change, the system has problems.

When the time comes to replace or repair your system, we will accurately measure the load and the charge to provide you with an accurate estimate of what you actually need. If there are hot/cold spots in your home such as a sunroom or third-story bedroom, we will either suggest an addition of ductwork or an installation of a Mitsubishi ductless system.

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