TSSA Certified Technicians at you service
In those hot, humid months, you rely on air conditioning to keep your home cool and comfortable. Do you need a air conditioning repair? Are you worried about a refrigerant leak? Do you smell anything odd near the unit or is it making unusual sounds like banging or hissing? When you have a broken A/C, call in the repair pros right away. Give us a call at the first sign of trouble with your central air conditioner or window A/C unit. Spot and solve the issue early, and it could save you from having to buy a new air conditioner.
Dependable and Trustworthy Air conditioning repair
Advanced HVAC will inspect and repair your air conditioning system to ensure that it’s functioning safely and working like it should. Our highly qualified TSSA-licensed repair technicians will make your A/C system’s condensing unit, air handler, and ductwork work safely to keep your home temperate. We have experience in repairing air conditioning systems from all major brands, including split systems, heat pumps, and central air conditioners.
Our team has more than a century of combined experience in A/C repair, maintenance, and installation. Our expert technicians hold certificates in residential and commercial air condition, gas, and ventilation. Let Advanced HVAC take care of your air conditioner repair so you can get back to enjoy your home, no matter the scorching temperature outside.
In the event of a suspected emergency, call us immediately at 613-833-9963. Do not email us in emergency situations, please call right away. Our professional staff will assist you right away with top quality customer service and expert care.
When emergency repairs are required, it’s often not just a matter of comfort but of safety. We understand that it’s a matter of absolutely urgency when any component of your HVAC system fails. Advanced HVAC guarantees that our technicians are available for emergency calls 24/7, 365 days a year, including all holidays.
No matter the emergency, we promise to arrive quickly and take care of the issue as if it was in our own home. Whether you’re smelling gas or a burning sound, you suspect a refrigerant leak, or you hear any alarming sounds coming from part of the A/C system, each situation is treated as an emergency.