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Our HVAC Services

Air Conditioning

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Air Conditioner Repair

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Air Conditioner Replacement

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Heater Replacement

Cleaning the Filters

Air Conditioner Maintinance

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Air Duct & Ventilation

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Air Duct Installation

Why Choose
Lee's HVAC & Home Renovations?

We are true professionals of our industry, and we have the numbers to back it up.

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11,200+ Projects Completed.

There is no problem we can't fix and no job we haven't seen. Leave the safety of your home and family to the pros

Our certified professionals with over 30 years of experience have seen it all and are more than ready for any job type

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Over 30
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12,000+ Projects Completed.

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Our customers couldn't be happier with us. With over 100+ five star reviews, we aim to give you the best experience with us. 

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Our Process

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The Inspection.

When you call Lee's HVAC & Home Renovations, you can be sure that a professional will show up at your home promptly to examine and diagnose the issue. Once the issue is diagnose, our technician would draw up and explain the designs and plans. These designs generally outline the positioning and dimensions of the equipment, ducts, and vents, as well as the materials and procedures that will be applied during installation. They could also provide details on electrical specifications, safety measures, and system controls.

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The Initial Call.

Hours can be crucial when it comes to heating, air conditioning, and ventilation problems. That's why, when our trained HVAC specialists get your contact, an appointment will be set up and a licensed technician will be sent to your location as soon as possible. The professionals at Lee's HVAC & Home Renovations are on call around-the-clock to handle issues of any size and are ready to help you when you need it most. 

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The Work. 

The professional will choose the best line of action after the issue has been located. The technician could have to repair many parts, or possibly the complete air conditioning, heating, and/or ventilation system, in more complicated situations. Maintenance is to make sure the system is operating at its optimum following the repair or replacement, it is recommended that the expert will carry out regular maintenance. Coil cleaning, filter replacement, refrigerant level monitoring, and performance testing might all be part of this.

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ABOUT US

Lee's HVAC and Home Renovation is a family-run business with over 30 years of experience servicing Southern California.  We are experts in all aspects of HVAC and home renovation, including complete remodeling and renovation projects as well as the installation, maintenance, and repair of heating and cooling systems. Our skilled experts and craftsmen are committed to giving our clients the best possible service and craftsmanship.

 

We are proud to assist our clients in maintaining and improving their houses since we recognize that their homes are their most prized possessions. We have the knowledge and skills to complete any project successfully, whether it involves remodeling your kitchen or bathroom, installing a new HVAC system, or both. Our staff is made up of knowledgeable experts that are dedicated to provide the best possible work and customer service.

 

The newest technology and only the best materials are used at Lee's HVAC & House Renovations Inc. to make sure your dream home is comfortable and energy-efficient.  If you're searching for a trustworthy and knowledgeable HVAC and home renovation firm in Southern California, look no further.

(855) 942-4712 | info@leeshvacinc.com

Locations

Our Locations

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Woodland Hills

6320 Topanga Cyn Blvd.

Ste 1630 #698,

Woodland Hills, CA 91367

Heating, Air Conditioning, and Ventilation FAQ's

How frequently should my air conditioner be serviced?

At the very least once a year, ideally just before the summer cooling season begins, it is advised to get your air conditioner serviced. This will assist to maintain the unit's top performance by ensuring that any possible faults are recognized and resolved before they turn into significant concerns.

 

What may be going on if my air conditioner isn't pumping cold air?

This problem might be caused by a number of things, such as a broken compressor, low refrigerant levels, or a blocked air filter. A qualified expert will be able to identify the issue and offer a suitable fix.

How can I tell if I need to replace my air conditioner?

A variety of things, such as frequent malfunctions, subpar cooling, and excessive energy costs, might point to the need for an air conditioner replacement. A qualified technician can assess your unit's condition and advise you on whether replacement is required.

How should I care for my air conditioning system?

To keep your air conditioner operating well and extending its lifespan, routine maintenance is essential. This entails regular maintenance, such as cleaning and changing the air filter, as well as frequent checks by a qualified expert.

How can I make my air conditioner more energy-efficient?

You may take a variety of actions to increase the effectiveness of your air conditioner, including routine maintenance, adequate house insulation, and sealing any cracks or leaks in the ductwork. Purchasing a programmable thermostat might also give you more control over how much energy you use.

What may be causing the unusual noises my air conditioner is making? A faulty fan, compressor, or ductwork difficulties are just a few of the potential causes of strange noises emanating from your air conditioner. A qualified technician will be able to identify the issue and make a recommendation for a fix.

Why won't my air conditioning switch on?

The thermostat, the electrical wiring, or the actual unit itself may be at fault if your air conditioner won't come on. A qualified expert will be able to identify the problem and offer a suitable fix.

How long does an average air conditioner last?

Several variables, such as the caliber of the unit, the frequency of maintenance, and the environment in which it is utilized, might affect an air conditioner's longevity. An air conditioner may last between 10-15 years on average with proper maintenance.

How can I determine if the refrigerant in my air conditioner is running low?

Poor cooling performance, the presence of ice on the unit, and a hissing or bubbling sounds emanating from the unit are all indications that your air conditioner needs more refrigerant. A qualified expert will be able to identify the issue and offer a suitable fix.

Are you able to fix your air conditioner yourself?

While you can undertake some simple maintenance activities, like changing the air filter, on your own, the majority of repairs and maintenance should be handled by a qualified expert. Self-repairing an air conditioner might be risky and violate the warranty on the appliance.

How can I know if the compressor in my air conditioner is broken?

Poor cooling performance is one sign that the compressor in your air conditioner isn't working properly.

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What is HVAC and what does it stand for?
HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. It is a system that controls the temperature, humidity, and air quality within a building.

 

How does an HVAC system work?
An HVAC system works by circulating air through a network of ducts, using a combination of heating and cooling elements, as well as filters to remove impurities and maintain proper air quality.

 

What are the different types of HVAC systems?
The three main types of HVAC systems are central air systems, split systems, and packaged systems. Central air systems are connected to a central furnace or air handler and are typically used in larger buildings. Split systems have an outdoor unit and an indoor unit, and are often used in residential buildings. Packaged systems have all of the components in one unit and are typically used in smaller buildings.

 

How do I know if my HVAC system needs to be repaired or replaced?
If your HVAC system is not properly heating or cooling your home, making strange noises, or consuming more energy than usual, it may need to be repaired or replaced. A professional HVAC technician can inspect your system and provide a recommendation.

 

How often should I have my HVAC system serviced?
It is recommended to have your HVAC system serviced at least once a year, typically in the spring for air conditioning and fall for heating. Regular maintenance can help prolong the life of your system and improve its efficiency.

 

How can I improve the energy efficiency of my HVAC system?
There are several ways to improve the energy efficiency of your HVAC system, such as sealing ducts, adding insulation, using programmable thermostats, and regularly changing air filters.

 

What is the difference between a furnace and a boiler?
A furnace heats air and uses a blower to circulate the warm air through the ducts, while a boiler heats water and uses a pump to circulate the hot water through radiators or radiant floor systems.

 

What is the SEER rating on an air conditioner?
SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. The SEER rating is a measure of an air conditioner's cooling efficiency and is typically between 13 and 22. A higher SEER rating means the unit is more energy efficient.

 

What is the AFUE rating on a furnace?
AFUE stands for Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency. The AFUE rating is a measure of a furnace's heating efficiency and is typically between 80 and 98. A higher AFUE rating means the furnace is more energy efficient.

 

What is the difference between a single stage and a two stage air conditioner?
A single stage air conditioner has one level of cooling capacity, while a two stage air conditioner has two levels of cooling capacity. The two stage air conditioner can run at a lower capacity for more efficient operation, and can also cool a space more evenly.

 

What is the difference between a window unit and a central air system?
A window unit is a self-contained air conditioning system that is installed in a window or through a wall, while a central air system is connected to a central furnace or air handler and uses a network of ducts to distribute cooled air throughout a building.

 

What is the difference between a heat pump and a regular air conditioner?
A heat pump is a type of air conditioner that can also provide heating. It works by reversing the flow of refrigerant to remove heat from the outside air or ground and transfer it

How can I tell if my heater needs to be repaired?
Strange sounds, inconsistent heating, a yellow pilot light, and a decline in overall efficiency are all indications that your furnace may require repair.

 

What are some typical furnace issues?

A broken thermostat, a clogged air filter, a filthy flame sensor, and a broken blower motor are some typical furnace issues.

 

How frequently should my furnace be serviced?
To make sure that your furnace is operating effectively and securely, it is advised to have it serviced at least once a year, usually before to the start of the heating season.

 

How can I fix an unresponsive furnace?
Check to make sure the thermostat is adjusted to the appropriate temperature and that the circuit breaker hasn't tripped if your furnace won't come on. If taking these actions doesn't cure the problem, it can be an ignition system issue or a broken blower motor.

 

How should my furnace be cleaned?
To begin cleaning your furnace, shut off the gas or electricity. After that, remove the access panels and clear any dust or dirt using a vacuum or brush. Check for ducting obstructions and clean the flame sensor.

 

What is the lifespan of a furnace?
A furnace's lifespan might vary, although it typically lasts between 15 and 20 years. Regular maintenance and quick repairs can increase a furnace's lifespan.

How can I tell whether the filter in my furnace needs to be changed?
If you have pets or live in a dusty environment, you should change your furnace filter more frequently than every three months. Replace the filter if it looks to be blocked or unclean.

 

How can I fix a heater that isn't generating heat?
Verify that the thermostat is adjusted to the appropriate setting and that the circuit breaker hasn't tripped if your furnace isn't providing heat. If following these instructions does not cure the problem, it can be an ignition system issue, a broken blower motor, or a blocked air filter.

 

How can I repair a heater that is producing odd noises?
Your furnace may be making strange noises due to a number of problems, including a worn-out or slack belt, a broken blower motor, or clogged ductwork.

Does a furnace that doesn't blow hot air have to be fixed?
Verify that the thermostat is adjusted to the appropriate temperature and that the circuit breaker hasn't tripped if your furnace isn't pumping hot air. If following these instructions does not cure the problem, it can be an ignition system issue, a broken blower motor, or a blocked air filter.

 

How can I fix a heater that turns on and off repeatedly?
A number of problems, such as a broken thermostat, a clogged air filter, or a filthy flame sensor, might result in a furnace that cycles on and off.

 

How can I repair a leaky furnace?
A fractured heat exchanger, a clogged condensate drain, or a broken humidifier are just a few possible causes of a furnace leak.

Why is ventilation necessary and what is it?
The act of ventilating is bringing in fresh air and expelling stale or dirty air from a structure or building. It is crucial for preserving indoor air quality, avoiding the formation of mold and mildew, and fostering energy efficiency.

 

How frequently should my ventilation system be cleaned?
According to usage and conditions, it is advised that you get your ventilation system professionally cleaned every three to five years. Additionally, visible parts like air filters and ducts should be visually inspected and cleaned often.

 

What are the telltale signals that my ventilation system need maintenance or cleaning?
An increase in allergies or respiratory problems, musty or moldy aromas, poor indoor air quality, and an obvious accumulation of dust and debris on components are some indicators that your ventilation system may need to be cleaned or repaired.

 

Should I hire a professional to clean my ventilation system or can I do it myself?
It is advised that you engage a professional to clean and maintain your ventilation system since they have the equipment and training needed to thoroughly examine and clean all system components.

 

What distinguishes duct sealing from duct cleaning?
To enhance energy efficiency and stop conditioned air from leaving, duct sealing entails plugging any leaks or holes in the ductwork. Duct cleaning involves removing dust, debris, and other impurities from inside the ductwork.

 

How can I tell if my ducts leak?
An increase in energy costs, inconsistent heating or cooling in various parts of the building, and obvious holes or gaps in the ductwork are all indications that your ducts may be leaking.

 

How should my ventilation system be maintained to guarantee peak performance?
Answer: It's critical to have your ventilation system professionally cleaned and examined every three to five years, to replace air filters on a regular basis, and to visually check for any signs of wear or damage. Additionally, it's crucial to keep any potential obstacles out of the immediate vicinity.

 

How can I tell whether my ventilation system is functioning correctly?
The answer is that a properly working ventilation system will deliver steady and enough airflow, maintain a cozy interior temperature, and enhance indoor air quality. If there are any problems with indoor air quality or ventilation, your system may not be operating effectively.

 

How can I tell whether my ventilation system uses little energy?
The answer is that a ventilation system that is energy efficient will require less energy to maintain the same degree of comfort as a system that is less efficient. In addition, a more energy-efficient system will lose less conditioned air to leaks and inadequately sealed ducts, which will minimize energy costs.

 

What are some typical reasons for bad indoor air quality?
Answer: Poor ventilation, a buildup of contaminants like dust, mold, and bacteria, and neglected ventilation systems are some of the common reasons of poor indoor air quality.

 

How can I make my home's air quality better?
Answer: It's critical to periodically clean and maintain your ventilation system, utilize air filters, and eliminate indoor air pollutants like smoking and chemicals if you want to enhance the quality of the air you breathe. In addition, it's crucial to make sure the ventilation system is scaled correctly for the structure and that there is enough ventilation.

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