Sun City is a beautiful active adult retirement community in Menifee, California. The city has a small-town setting with a golf course and plenty of indoor and outdoor amenities and social activities.
When you see the golf carts moving about the city, it shows a lifestyle of ease and quiet enjoyment. Residents of Sun City are involved in their community, and it shows. We Care Plumbing, Heating, & Air appreciates our senior citizens and respects their contributions to our society. We want to take care of your air quality and comfort, and HVAC is center stage when it comes to that.
Air conditioning repair
Whether you are involved in outdoor physical activities like golf or tennis or enjoying hobbies and other activities with your friends, statistics show we spend 90 percent of our time indoors, in our own homes. Having indoor air that is clean and comfortable is part of what makes life at home enjoyable. Stay cool in the summer heat, and warm up when it is cold. Like a piping hot cup of coffee in the morning, waking up from a great sleep that is comfortable and refreshing not only feels wonderful, but it is a requirement for good health. Your air conditioning system in Sun City is in charge of keeping your air at its best.
In our homes, problems with our air conditioning often go unnoticed until it smells bad, it is too humid or musty, or the temperature isn’t right. If your air conditioning is in disrepair or just not working efficiently, it is a sign that it needs servicing.
Signs of a faulty a/c unit may include:
- No cool air
- Unusual sounds
- High humidity
- Lack of airflow
- Not turning on
We Care Plumbing, Heating, & Air has the best guys in town for AC Repair in Sun City.
One of the concerns Southern California residents have to keep in mind is that of pollution caused by wildfires. Wildfires can blast smoke and debris into the air and leave particulates that can permeate the Sun City air. To fight the particulates, your air conditioning has to work extra hard to filter the particles and keep them from entering the home. Much of the debris and particles after a wildfire settle into the air conditioner machinery and can cause clogging so it will not run at its peak. in fact, the dirt and dust that is deposited can choke and damage your HVAC requiring costly repairs or even a full replacement. An unmaintained HVAC is expensive in terms of both repairs and electricity bills. Your HVAC could not only be costing you money but could also be affecting your health.
Living in an area that is at high risk for wildfires, it is crucial that your HVAC be running at optimal efficiency. Your HVAC can protect the air inside while filtering the outdoor air coming in. Air Conditioners that have been well maintained will protect indoor air during a wildfire. If you prepare for these situations, your HVAC should be ready to do its job effectively! We Care Plumbing, Heating, & Air’s Comprehensive Tune-up for your HVAC system will ensure the best protection from smoke and particles entering your home especially when pollutants in the air are at very high levels.
Indoor Air Quality
Particulates from the air both during and after a fire can affect your health and are especially concerning for senior citizens. Those over 65 are particularly heart attacks and stroke from wildfire smoke, and it can be the cause of, respiratory illnesses for years to come after a large fire as we have experienced here.
We Care Plumbing, Heating, & Air does care about the health and well-being of our senior citizens. We can test your air, inspect your system, and do any maintenance or repairs to make sure your HVAC is running at its optimum efficiency.
The addition of air quality controls can further improve the quality and comfort of your indoor air:
- Air filtration
- Humidity control
- Air purification
- Zone control
Air Conditioner Replacement
If your HVAC system Is older than 10 years, you may need to replace it, especially if it has not been well maintained or is in disrepair. A new high-efficiency air conditioning system with all the bells and whistles is your best bet to ensure that you can enjoy the maximum indoor air quality. It will pay for itself in reduced energy costs and cut down on medical issues that arise from poor air quality.
Signs you may need to replace your air conditioner:
- More than 10 years old
- Costly repairs
- Frequent breakdowns
- Does not maintain a consistent temperature
We Care Plumbing, Heating, & Air technicians are highly skilled, NATE certified, and are top in their field for the installation of HVAC systems and AC services. Our trained and knowledgeable professionals will help you choose the right system for your home in Sun City with a variety of options. Our prices are competitive and our work professional. We will give you prompt and reliable service every time. Call us for an inspection of your problem HVAC or an estimate for a brand-new air-conditioning system.
Prepare for Wildfire Season
Wildfires are inevitable in Southern California. According to a University of Missouri study, there are two discernible periods for wildfires.
- Fires that burn during the summer months, caused by warm and dry weather, striking more in the higher elevations.
- Fires during the Santa Anna Winds can run from October through April and burn faster and closer to urban areas like Sun City and the surrounding cities.
It is vital to be prepared and have a plan before disaster strikes. If you are elderly or have elderly loved ones in a high-risk fire area, please be sure there are safeguards in place with adequate air conditioning and added air protection for those with respiratory or heart problems. Prepare and plan for an emergency.
We Care Plumbing, Heating, & Air cares about the health and safety of Sun City residents. We are here to serve this retirement community with the very best service and products to help protect you from the hazards to your health from poor running HVAC systems. We always want your AC to be running at its best, especially in the event of a wildfire. We want you to feel safe with an HVAC that is always working at optimum levels to protect the comfort and quality of your indoor air.