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Is your car's air conditioning leaving you hot under the collar? Don't sweat it! Our expert team is here to keep you cool and comfortable on the road. Introducing our exceptional automobile A/C repair and tune-up services!
Why Choose Us?
Our skilled and certified technicians have extensive experience in automotive A/C systems. They know the ins and outs of all makes and models, ensuring a precise diagnosis and efficient repairs.
We invest in cutting-edge equipment to accurately assess and diagnose your A/C system's performance. Our advanced tools enable us to identify and address issues quickly, saving you time and money.
Whether it's a refrigerant leak, compressor malfunction, or faulty electrical connection, we tackle all A/C system problems with precision. From repairing components to optimizing overall performance, we've got you covered.
We care about the environment as much as you do. That's why we adhere to eco-friendly practices and use approved refrigerants that have a minimal impact on global warming. Enjoy a cool ride without compromising the planet!
We understand that A/C repairs can be unexpected and sometimes costly. That's why we offer competitive prices and transparent pricing. You can trust us to provide fair quotes and work within your budget.
We value your time and strive to deliver fast turnaround times without compromising the quality of our work. Count on us to get your A/C system up and running smoothly again, so you can hit the road with confidence.
Don't Let the Heat Get to You! Act Now!
Did you know that many cars have a newer a/c system and refrigerant? We are able to service, fill and charge both. So, what's the difference, and why did it change??
R134a (the old one) and R1234yf (the newest system) are both types of refrigerants used in air conditioning systems, but they have some significant differences. Here are the key distinctions:
R134a is a hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) refrigerant with the chemical formula CH2FCF3, while R1234yf is a hydrofluoroolefin (HFO) refrigerant with the chemical formula CH2=CFCF3. The chemical structures of the two refrigerants vary, resulting in different properties.
Global Warming Potential (GWP) is a measure of how much a substance contributes to global warming over a given period. R134a has a GWP of 1,430, which is relatively high compared to other refrigerants. On the other hand, R1234yf has a significantly lower GWP of 1, which means it has a negligible impact on global warming.
Due to its high GWP, R134a is considered a greenhouse gas and contributes to climate change. In contrast, R1234yf has a minimal environmental impact, making it a more environmentally friendly choice.
R134a has been widely used in automotive air conditioning systems for many years. However, due to its high GWP, it is being phased out in many regions to comply with environmental regulations. R1234yf has been introduced as a replacement in new vehicle models to meet the more stringent environmental standards.
R134a and R1234yf have similar cooling capacities and energy efficiency. However, R1234yf generally requires different system components and lubricants due to its different chemical properties. It is important to note that retrofitting an existing R134a system to use R1234yf may require modifications and can be more complex.
Both refrigerants are classified as mildly flammable, but R1234yf has a lower flammability rating compared to R134a. This difference in flammability has led to additional safety measures and design considerations for systems using R1234yf.