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Hands Repairing Air Conditioner

about us

At Ideal Choice Heating and Cooling, we are committed to providing top-notch heating and cooling services to our customers. Our veteran-owned and operated business is proud to offer a range of services, including but not limited to maintenance, cooling and heating system repairs, new system installations, and air quality control. Our team is dedicated to providing the highest quality of service and ensuring complete satisfaction for our customers. We strive to be the Ideal Choice for all your heating and cooling needs.

One of our owners hard at work, making sure our customer has cooling in their home during the middle of the Summer in Alabama

Frequently asked questions

  • How often should I change my filter?
    A filter should be replaced once a month for throw-away filters. Every three months for pleated filters.
  • What are 3 reasons why you should purchase a maintenance agreement?
    Priority Service, 15% Discount on repairs, with our maintenance agreement you receive 2 visits every year to maintain your system
  • How often should maintenance be performed on the HVAC system?
    Heating and Cooling system should be serviced at least once a year. The best scenario is to have the heating system checked in the fall or winter and the air conditioning checked in the spring or summer.
  • During the summer, why is there ice on my system?
    There are many reasons why your system could have ice on it. We recommend you reach out to a professional and licensed HVAC technician to properly diagnose the issue. Call us 334-540-2876.
  • During the winter, the fan sometimes shuts off on my heat pump system outside. When it starts there is a big puff of smoke. What is wrong with it?
    It is not unusual for your system to appear to steam or smoke from the outdoor coil(condensing unit) after a defrost cycle has been initiated. During extended run times, the outdoor unit will start to build up frost or ice on the coil. Your system is designed to initiate a defrost cycle when needed to defrost the ice off of your coil and ensure your system runs more efficiently.
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