HVAC Repair And Replacement Services

HVAC Service & Repairs

Our Services

Air Conditioning

  • Air Conditioning Repair
  • Air Conditioning Tune-Up
  • Air Conditioning Replacement

Heating

  • Heating Repair
  • Heating Replacement
  • Heating Tune-Up

Maintenance

  • Air Ducts
  • Thermostats
  • Air Quality
HVAC repair service image

According to Energy.gov, of your energy bill is due to the usage of your inefficient heating and air conditioning unit.

Fact:

According to Energy.gov, of your energy bill is due to the usage of your inefficient heating and air conditioning unit.

HVAC System Repair Services

Comfort and Control of Your Home's Climate

Check-icons

Reduce energy bills

Check-icons

Superior Air Flow

Check-icons

Peace and quiet

Check-icons

Improve Indoor Air Quality

Titan Upgrades Home Services provides air conditioning, heating repair and replacement services throughout Southern California.

Our HVAC technicians will offer the best diagnosis of your AC/Heating unit. They will take all the necessary steps to keep it running as efficiently as possible. Our licensed technicians will go over all options for you. If a replacement is necessary, we have flexible finance plans available.

You can count on Titan Upgrades Home Services to get the job done right. From air conditioning units to heating systems, be it repair, replacement, or a simple tune-up, we’re here to help.

We understand that when your air conditioning system isn’t working properly, you need top notch service – real fast! For this reason, we’ll do everything in our power to address your problem ASAP so that you can once again feel comfortable in your home.

Benefits to the Environment

Thermometer-icons

Reduce local air temperatures (sometimes referred to as the urban heat island effect)

Tree-icons

Reducing cooling energy use in buildings

Lightbulb-icons 2

Lower peak electricity demand, which can help prevent power outages

Leaf-icons

Reduce power plant emissions, including carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, nitrous oxides, and mercury

HVAC System Key Components

Thermostat: This is the most obvious portion of your HVAC system, and the piece you’ll interact with most. Usually installed on an easily accessed walls, it can be set manually and programmed to keep your home at your ideal temperature. When the ambient temperature gets too hot or cold, the thermostat triggers your HVAC system to start circulating air as needed.

Furnace: Your furnace is the star of your HVAC system, and it can be huge—it’ll require the most space out of all of the different components. The furnace is designed to heat air, which is then distributed to different portions of your home via ductwork or piping. Furnaces use varied heat sources, including solar energy, heat pumps, electric resistance, and combustion.

Evaporator coil: The evaporator coil is used to cool down the air when your thermostat is set to a lower temperature. This cold air is then funneled throughout your home.

Condensing unit: This unit is found on the outside of your home and filled with what is called refrigerant gas. When the refrigerant is cooled, the condensing unit pumps this liquid to the evaporator coil to be transformed into gas again.

Vents: These are the outlets that help distribute heated and cooled air from the duct system into the various rooms of your home. They’re generally found near the ceiling with angle slats, designed to send the air downward. It’s important to ensure these vents don’t become blocked.

Refrigerant lines: These lines carry refrigerant to the condensing unit in the form of gas. This gas is transformed to liquid form, then transferred back to the evaporator coil.

When You Should Replace Your HVAC System

HVAC replacement is the obvious answer in certain situations. If you’re currently in any of the following predicaments, the benefits of replacement generally outweigh those of repair.

Your system is 10 – 15 years old: Follow this simple rule of thumb from Energy Star—if your current system is over 10 years old, it’s time to start looking into an HVAC replacement. Most HVAC systems last for about 15 years, so there’s no immediate need to replace yours if it’s still functioning properly. But by doing your research now, you’ll know just what you want to do should your HVAC system suddenly stop working properly.

Keep in mind that with an older system, you are likely spending more on utility bills than you would be if you were to upgrade to a newer model. New technology has made modern systems more efficient, and switching to one of these energy-efficient systems could see you saving big on your utility bills.

Safety hazards: As always, safety comes first. If you think the problem with your HVAC presents a safety hazard for your family, replacement is the answer. Malfunctions in your cooling and heating system can have scary consequences, including carbon monoxide poisoning and fire hazards.

You’re constantly repairing your HVAC: If your heating and cooling system has needed repairs more than once or twice in the past few years, it may be time to take the leap with a replacement system. The money you spend repairing older equipment can often be better used towards the purchase of newer, energy-efficient HVAC systems. Here’s a simple guide: If your labor and parts cost upwards of $1,000, look toward replacement.

Supplier Partners in HVAC

Ready for upgrades?

Why Choose Titan Upgrades?

  • Zero Upfront Cost
  • May increase the value of your property
  • Many Flexible Financing Programs Available
  • All Credit Scores are Welcome
  • Low Monthly Payments
  • Save money and go GREEN
  • Zero Down Financing Available
  • No Payments Until Nov. 2020*

Why Choose Titan Upgrades?

  • Zero Upfront Cost
  • May increase the value of your property
  • Many Flexible Financing Programs Available
  • All Credit Scores are Welcome
  • Low Monthly Payments
  • Save money and go GREEN
  • Zero Down Financing Available
  • No Payments Until Nov. 2020*