What are the differences between ductless heating and a standard unit?

Are you thinking about having Ace install a new furnace before colder weather arrives? If so, you might want to at least consider getting a ductless heating and cooling system. In this blog, we’ll provide you with some information about these systems, so that you can make an informed decision about which one to upgrade to.

If you’re in Lake Charles, Sulphur, or surrounding communities, contact Ace for all your heating needs. Our experienced and friendly technicians are ready to help!

What is ductless heating, and what makes it different?

Standard HVAC versus ductless heating and cooling

A ductless system has both an outdoor unit and an indoor unit, connected by a thin line. You can have multiple indoor systems all connected to one outdoor compressor.

For heating, the heat is distributed through the indoor unit(s) directly to the rooms. These systems are typically wall-mounted. As you can imagine given the name, no ducts are used to transport heated or cooled air.

Precise control

Here’s an advantage: You can control the temperature of individual rooms with a ductless heating system, since each room has its own system. Thanks to this, ductless heaters offer more control over room temperature.

Further, that type of precise control helps you cut down on your monthly energy bills—all year. That’s because only selectively cooling / heating rooms as needed is more energy-efficient than pumping your entire home full of cooled or heated air via ducts.

No need for ducts

Of course, there’s another reason that ductless systems are popular: for homes without existing ductwork, ductless heating is cost-effective, since the cost of even multiple units is far less than the renovation work needed to put in air ducts. Especially for historic homes, which might lose value through such destructive remodeling.

Which is better? Ductless or standard heating?

That depends on your home, whether you have ducts, and a number of other factors. The best place to start? Call your local HVAC specialists for a free in-home estimate on a new system. That’s what Ace offers, and our technicians help people here in Lake Charles, Sulphur, and surrounding communities get the heating or cooling system that’s right for them.

The case for ductless heating

You should select a ductless air conditioner if:

  • You want to set individual temperature in each room.
  • There is no room for ducts inside the house.
  • You want to add a heating device to new space in the home, such as the garage. In such a case, a ductless heater will be less costly.
  • You want improved air quality. Ducts can harbor dust and mildew decreasing the air quality.

The case for standard heating

On the other hand, a standard heating system might be a better option if the following applies to you:

  • Humidity is a problem. Standard systems are better in removing humidity from the room.
  • The room has existing ducts that are in good condition. In such a case, it might be less costly for you to install a new standard heating.
  • You want improved air circulation. Ducted heaters are better in circulating the air. As a result, there is an issue of stagnant air or low air pressure.

It’s important that you consider your budget and heating requirements before selecting a heater. That’s why you should always start your shopping by calling our team for a free in-home quote.

Call Ace to learn more about ductless heating systems

For experienced help in heating installation, you should contact us at Ace Air Conditioning. We have a team of experienced technicians ready to help you. Contact us online, or give us a call at (337) 477-4530.

Here are the health benefits of a maintained air conditioner

You and your family rely on your home’s air conditioner for your summertime comfort. However, an unmaintained air conditioner can be causing adverse health effects that you don’t even know about. In this blog post, we’ll review the health benefits of a maintained air conditioner, and provide some tips for improving your indoor air quality and the healthiness of your air.

Air Duct Cleaning Lake CharlesTo schedule indoor air quality testing, give Ace a call at (337) 477-4530 or contact us online.

#1. Improve your indoor air quality

“How can I have poor indoor air quality?” you may ask. “I dust regularly and my house is spotless!”

Sure, that’s true. But, what about the dust in the areas of your home that you can’t see? For example, your home’s air ducts? Every time you turn on the air conditioner, furnace, or heat pump—in other words, almost every day or night of the year here in Lake Charles—you’re refilling the living spaces of your home with the dust, dirt, and whatever else that resides in your air ducts.

That’s not all. Without regular maintenance from a professional, your air conditioner can also become dusty, and some of that dust and dirt can find its way into your home. Same thing with your furnace or heat pump.

“So, maybe my air is dusty?” you may say. “So what?”

It’s not just dust, unfortunately. Fumes from insecticides and chemicals, mold and mildew, pollution from roadway congestion, and more can all find their way into your home.

People suffering from asthma are highly susceptible to allergic reactions. They need an environment with extra clean air because their lives become miserable if the air is stuffed with pollutants like dust and seasonal pollen.

How to improve your indoor air quality

There are two ways to do this:

  • Call Ace Air and have us conduct an indoor air quality test in your home. This test will help us know what’s in your air, and what we need to treat with either air purification equipment or other forms of cleaning.
  • Call Ace Air and schedule your AC tune-up and furnace tune-up on an annual basis, so that both systems are clean.

#2. Take control of your humidity

Here in Lake Charles, we know what extreme humidity is. Whatever we can do to fight against it, we have to, especially in our homes.

That’s the good part: as a part of how it functions, air conditioners dehumidify the surrounding air, helping to keep your home drier than the muggy outside conditions in the summer. Excess humidity is not just uncomfortable, but can cause fatigue, allergies, and other health conditions. It raises the heat index, making your home feel hotter when it’s really at a lower temperature.

It should also be noted that extreme humidity provides the ideal conditions for the growth of mold and mildew in your home. One of the health benefits of a maintained air conditioner is that it dehumidifies the air, preventing things from growing that might negatively impact your indoor air quality.

An air conditioner that isn’t working right or that hasn’t received a tune-up in ages won’t dehumidify the air as effectively. This is double-whammy for your air conditioner: it has to work harder to keep you cooler, and you’re not even feeling the cooling power as much.

How to deal with humidity

There are two ways to do this:

  • Call Ace Air for an indoor air quality test. We’ll measure humidity. Depending on the situation, your air conditioner might not be enough: you may need a dehumidifier installed in your home.
  • Have the team at Ace Air maintain your air conditioner.

#3. Good air is good for mental health

Apart from all the physical health benefits that you get from a properly working air conditioning unit, it also has positive effects on your mental health. Fluctuations of temperature and humidity can lead to stress and anxiety. You are more prone to irritation.

In an environment conditioned by an AC unit, you feel more at ease and relaxed.

Call Ace and enjoy the health benefits of a maintained air conditioner

To ensure all the health benefits of a maintained air conditioner, get yours routinely inspected and serviced with Ace Air. We also offer indoor air quality testing—call us today at (337) 477-4530 or contact us online.

Summer air conditioner maintenance tips and advice

5 Summer Air Conditioner Maintenance Tips

Needless to say, air conditioner use increases during the summer here in Louisiana. Most people tend to crank down the thermostat to stay cool during hot summer days. However, the increased usage of your air conditioner during the summers also increases the wear- and-tear on the internal components.

In order to ensure proper operation of the air conditioner without any breakdown, it’s essential to have the professional team at Ace Air perform summer air conditioner maintenance.

However, besides that crucial step, here are five summer air conditioner maintenance tips that will ensure optimal cooling in your home. Some advice: #1-#4 are included in our tune-up!

1. Keep the filters clean

Have a professional check and clean your AC filter on a regular basis. Depending on the type of filter you have, this might need to be monthly. A dirty filter will prevent the air conditioner from functioning properly.

The unit will not just struggle to cool the room but will also heat up due to the dirty filter. This increases the chances of an emergency breakdown. Regularly cleaning the filter will prevent this problem.

2. Clean condenser coils

The condenser coil is an important component of the air conditioner that is located outside. The coil removes heat from the gaseous refrigerant, and then turns it into a liquid. It must be checked and cleaned to ensure proper cooling.

The coils often become dirty particularly during the summers when the unit is in operation 24/7. Dirt accumulates on the coil over time that must be removed to ensure proper functioning.

This is something we address in our AC tune-up.

3. Keep the evaporator coils clean

Another important air conditioner component is the evaporator coils. The coils collect dust over time and must be cleaned. Dirty coils will prevent proper flow of air. As a result, the air conditioner struggles to keep the room cool.

Having a professional technician from Ace Air clean the coils will ensure the smooth functioning of the cooling device. You should clean the coil before the start of the summer season. Also, it’s recommended that you clean the coil at the end of the summer season.

4. Clear out blockages from condensate drains

A professional Ace technician should make sure that there are no blockages in the condensate drain. Clogged and neglected drains can result in increased humidity and low cooling inside the home. While you can install a dehumidifier to reduce humidity inside the room, the better option is to clear blockages from the condensate drains.

5. Schedule regular AC repairs when you need them

Lastly, scheduling repairs for your air conditioner when it needs them will ensure that it performs efficiently without any problems. A qualified technician will thoroughly inspect the unit. In case a fault is detected, the technician will perform prompt repairs.

Regular maintenance of the air conditioner will ensure optimal cooling efficiency. It’ll result in lower energy bills. Also, a tune-up will probably also result in increased lifespan due to less wear-and-tear.

We’re your summer air conditioner maintenance professionals

In case you are looking for an experienced and professional NATE-certified AC technician in southwestern Louisiana, call us at Ace Air Conditioning

Here are 5 tips for improving your home’s summer energy-efficiency

The arrival of the summer season for most means cool drinks, loose clothing, and trips to the beach. This is also the season when energy bills tend to skyrocket due to the increased use of your home’s air conditioner. But you don’t have to spend this much on energy bills. Instead, you can practice good summer energy-efficiency. Here’s how.

1. Install LED lights Summer Energy-Efficiency Tips

According to the Energy Information Administration, the average household energy bill during the summer is more than $400. Any way that you can save is almost certainly worth it.

You can save as much as 80 percent on your energy bills by replacing incandescent bulbs with LED bulbs. The savings can be as much as 40 percent in case you replace compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) with LED lighting. Apart from saving you on your monthly bills, LEDs also have a longer lifetime compared to both incandescent and CFLs. This will result in increased cost savings for you in the long run.

What’s more, you will lower your cooling bills by switching to the energy efficient lighting. About 90 percent of the energy from the traditional bulb is wasted as heat. This makes the room warmer. LEDs, on the other hand, gives off less heat. Replacing traditional bulbs with LED bulbs will reduce cooling requirements, thereby saving you money.

2. Installing window screens and films

Window screens can also help improve your home’s energy-efficiency. These screens can block about 70 percent of the sunlight coming in. They are especially effective on the east- and west-facing windows.

Another option is metallized, transparent window films. These can also reflect heat and prevent it from entering the room. However, the films require your windows to be shut to work. Window screens, on the other hand, reflect heat even when the windows are open.

3. Plant trees and shrubs around your home

Planting trees and shrubs around the house will significantly reduce your cooling needs. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, plants around the house can increase the air conditioner efficiency by as much as 10 percent.

If possible, consider planting 15- to 20-foot trees near the house. The trees will shade the house from the intense afternoon heat.

4. Unplug appliances when not in use

You should unplug all the electronic appliances in your home, such as TVs and computers, when not in use. Consider plugging the home electronics into power strips. In this way, you can easy unplug the equipment when not in use. Plugged-in appliances draw a small amount of power even when they are not in use. Unplugging the appliances will reduce energy usage.

5. Schedule an air conditioner tune-up with Ace Air

A regular air conditioner tune-up can also ensure summer energy-efficiency. An experienced technician will thoroughly check your AC unit to ensure that everything is in good, working condition. In case any issue is detected, the technician will perform the required repairs. In this way, the system will operate efficiently, resulting in reduced energy bills.

For more summer energy-efficiency tips, talk to us at Ace

If you want to get in touch with experienced air conditioner technicians in southwestern Louisiana, you can contact us at Ace Air Conditioning

Do ductless air conditioners require routine maintenance?

Do Ductless Air Conditioners Require Routine MaintenanceDuctless air conditioners work similarly to central air conditioners, except they’re able to cool rooms without ductwork. Separate indoor blower units are required for each room that requires cooling. Also, each of the systems has its own thermostat so you can set different temperature in each room.

One common question regarding ductless air conditioners that come into the minds of users is whether it requires annual inspection similar to central air conditioner tune-up.

And the simple answer to this question is yes!

The importance of regular ductless air conditioner tune-up

Ductless air conditioners, like all mechanical devices, are subject to wear-and-tear. Annual maintenance of the air conditioner is important to ensure optimal cooling. Regular checkup of the cooling device reduces the risk of costly repairs. It helps extend the life of the unit and ensures that the device continues to generate optimal cooling for a long time.

Avoid damage to internal components

The inner parts of the ductless air conditioner can become faulty over time similar to regular air conditioners. Annual inspection reduces the risk of emergency breakdown. During the routine inspection, the technician will clean the condenser coil that has become dirty. This will ensure optimal cooling of the device.

Also, the technician will adjust the blower fan assembly if required to ensure that it does not break down right in the middle of a particularly hot summer day. Unique to this type of air conditioner is the chance of the mount to become loose. An experienced air conditioner technician will inspect the unit and make the required adjustments.

Keeps the condensate and evaporator coils healthy

Leaks in the condensate line are common with this type of air conditioner. Cleaning of the condensate line is an important annual maintenance task for your ductless air conditioner.

An experienced technician will clean the condensate line and the evaporator coil, adjust the fan belt, lubricate the moving parts, and repair or replace faulty components.

Ensures smooth working of the equipment

Regular maintenance of the air conditioner will ensure that the cooling device runs smoothly and efficiently. This will mean optimum cooling, as well as reduced energy bills. Annual maintenance of the ductless air conditioner will also reduce the risk of emergency breakdowns and extend the life of the unit. This will ensure minimum inconvenience and maximum cost savings for you.

Ductless air conditioners require maintenance. Schedule yours with Ace Air!

The bottom-line is that you should consider regular maintenance of your ductless air conditioner. You will save cost and enjoy optimal cooling due to annual inspection of the unit.

Call us at Ace Air Conditioning to schedule maintenance for your ductless air conditioner. Our certified and experienced technicians can make sure you save this summer on your energy bills, all while enjoying the peace of mind that comes with a working AC system.

Air conditioner sizing matters when it comes to energy efficiency

air conditioner sizing and AC energy-efficiencyWhen it comes to new air conditioning units, you need to pay special attention to the air conditioner sizing.  Size does not refer to physical size, but the amount of cooling measured in BTU per hour generated by the air conditioner.

Is it time to upgrade to a new system?

If your air conditioner is more than a decade old, now is the best time to buy a new one.

Purchasing a new air conditioner will not only result in more cooling efficiency, but also save money due to reduced energy bills. The latest air conditioners are highly energy-efficient models that will provide optimum cooling without drawing additional power.

Why air conditioner sizing matters

The size of the air conditioner that you purchase should meet the specific needs of the household. An air conditioner that is too large for the house is overkill in terms of both money and efficiency. You won’t rent a bus to transport 2 or 3 people, would you? Buying an air conditioner that is too large for the house’s cooling requirements is nothing more than throwing your money away.

A unit that is too large for the house will consume more energy. Additional energy is utilized by larger units in cooling the room. This will unnecessarily spike up the electric bill. Also, larger units force more air than required, and will create more noise when operating.

Furthermore, large air conditioners cycle (turn on and off) more often. This will result in more wear and tear due to which the unit will require frequent repairs. Also, the units create large swings in temperature that will feel uncomfortable.

Another mistake is to buy an air conditioner that is too small for the house. A small unit will be forced to work continuously in keeping the room cool. This will result in accelerated wear and tear due to which the unit will require additional repairs. Also, keeping the room cool during particularly hot summer months is something that is beyond the capability of smaller units.

How to pick the right air conditioner for your home

Now you should know why it’s important to buy the right size air conditioner. The cooling unit that you buy for the home should meet the cooling requirements of the house.

A good rule of thumb is that 20 BTU is required for a square foot of living space. So, if your house’s living space is 1080 square foot, and will require a 21000 BTU cooling unit.

Here’s what’s cool, though. You don’t have to worry about this. When you call Ace for a free in-home estimate on a new air conditioner, we’ll take all the measurements needed to find you the right air conditioner.

Have Ace measure your home for optimal air conditioner sizing

The best solution to ensure that you buy a right size air conditioner is to consult with a professional air conditioner technician, like the NATE-certified pros at Ace.

Our experts will suggest the right size of the cooling unit depending on the square footage, the size of the ceiling, sunlight exposure, and house insulation. This will ensure that you don’t buy a too large or a too small air conditioner, but a cooling unit that is best suited for your home.

If you want the help of a professional technician in southwestern Louisiana for AC repairs, contact Ace Air Conditioning.

Thinking about DIY AC Repair? You may want to reconsider

DIY AC RepairMost people think that do-it-yourself (DIY) repairs are a great way to save costs. However, when it comes to AC repairs, you should let the professional take care of the task.

The AC is not a simple piece of equipment that you can take apart and repair. The cooling device contains a lot of complicated components and wiring. As a result, repairing the appliance is beyond the capabilities of a layman.

If you choose to repair the AC system yourself, you could not just jeopardize the system, but be putting your life at risk. Here are four reasons that you should always let the experts take care of the AC repair task.

1. You can damage or destroy the equipment

Keep in mind that the AC contains delicate parts. If you accidentally damage even one of the parts, you might end up ruining the entire system.

Most of the issues with the air conditioner are not easy to resolve. A repair that would have cost a few hundred bucks will cost you thousands of dollars due to not taking proper care when repairing the equipment yourself.

Proper repair of the air conditioner requires great expertise and experience. It requires using the right tools that will not damage the delicate components inside the cooling device. While you may be able to temporarily resolve the issue, the chances are that the air conditioner will require further repairs soon after.

2. There’s a risk of electrocution

DIY AC repair can be extremely dangerous, particularly if you don’t have the experience and know-how about the proper way to repair the equipment. The chances of electrocution are high if you don’t take proper precautions when carrying out the repair work.

In most cases, electrocution is fatal. Either way, why put yourself at risk for injury and thousands in medical bills due to severe burns? Call a professional in first.

3. It poses a fire hazard

Another reason you should never try to repair the air conditioning unit yourself is that it can result in an electrical fire. Improper wiring could lead to electrical fire putting you and your family at risk. That’s why it’s important that you leave the repair task for a professional.

4. It can void your warranty

The air conditioner’s warranty will be void if it is repaired by anyone other than a certified technician. If the warranty becomes void, you won’t be able to get the unit replaced. Additionally, you will end up paying thousands of dollars if something goes wrong during the DIY AC repair.

The above reasons clearly show that you should always let a professional technician handle air condition repairs. The professional will utilize the right tools and take proper precaution so that the repair work gets done efficiently and safely.

Skip the DIY AC repair. Call Ace instead!

In case you want the help of a professional technician for AC repairs in southwestern Louisiana, you can contact Ace Air Conditioning.

Floor Standing Vs. Central Air Conditioner: Which One is a Better Option?

Are you finding it difficult to choose between floor standing air conditioner and central air conditioning? If so, you’re at the right place. Whether you choose a floor standing unit or a central air conditioner, the fact is that you are making a major investment. That’s why it’s important that you conduct thorough research before making a decision.

Floor Standing vs. Central Air ConditionerThe floor air conditioner, as the name itself might suggest, stands on the floor. The cooling unit is located inside the house, while the condenser is located outside. In the case of the central air conditioner, on the other hand, the entire unit is located outside. The cool air is conveyed through ducts inside the house.

While the initial cost is usually the main factor when deciding on a new unit installation, there are a lot of other things that you should not overlook when buying a cooling unit.

1. Cooling Requirement

A central air conditioner is a better option if you want the unit to cool every room of the house at the same time and temperature. The upfront cost will be less when installing central air conditioning in this situation.

However, not all people want to have the bedroom and the living room cooled at the same time. In this case, floor standing unit will be a better option.

2. Ductless Cooling

The problem with ducts is that they must be regularly cleaned otherwise dust, dirt, mold, and other debris might accumulate inside the ducts. The bigger the house, the more time and cost is involved in having the ducts cleaned.

Another problem with ducts is that they occupy a large space inside the house. In contrast, a floor standing unit does not take much space. You can keep the unit in store when not needed. Since no ducts are required in heating the room, they also require less power to heat the room.

Of course, you can also alleviate these problems with a ductless air conditioner, which is typically a wall-mounted system.

3. Selectively Cool the Room

A benefit of a floor standing air conditioner is that you can selectively cool the room. You can control the air temperature in different rooms. What’s more, you can also set the air direction for different zones in the house. This is particularly important when the individual members have different temperature comfort zones.

Weighing a floor standing air conditioner, or a central air system?

The floor standing and central air conditioning can serve as the best choice in different situations. The above tips can help in selecting the right air conditioner for the home. If you want to have air conditioning unit installed in Lake Charles, Sulphur, or Moss Bluff, give our team a call.

7 Reasons Your Air Conditioner Leaks Water

A leak in the air conditioner is one of the most common air conditioner repair problems faced by people that own ductless cooling units. The first thing that you should do in case of an air conditioner water leak is to turn off the unit. This is important, as the water can damage the wiring and electrical parts inside the house. After shutting down the unit, you need to contact a professional technician to resolve the problem.

7 Reasons Your Air Conditioner Leaks WaterWater can leak from the air conditioner due to many reasons. Here are seven common reasons that your air conditioner leaks water.

1. Improperly sealed unit

The air conditioning unit must be properly sealed from the outside. If the unit is not sealed properly, warm air from the outside will enter the unit and get condensed by the cool air generated by the unit. Eventually, moisture builds up inside and starts to leak from the unit.

2. Incorrect installation of the unit

The air conditioner must be installed properly. Otherwise, water leakage may occur. The cooling unit should be installed in a way that the front end is slightly higher than the rear end. Generally, a difference of 1-inch is ideal. The water leakage problem usually occurs when the difference is less than 1-inch.

3. Blocked water drain

The drain holes at the rear end of the air conditioning unit sometimes become clogged by dust and dirt. The blockage of the holes prevents the moisture from draining from the rear end, resulting in the water leakage. Getting the air conditioning unit cleaned regularly prevents the water from leaking from the unit.

4. Lower temperature outside

During the winter when the outside temperature drops, less water evaporates than normal. As a result, water builds up inside the cooling unit that leaks from the air conditioning unit.

5. Low refrigerant

The pressure inside the air conditioning unit will be lower when the refrigerant levels are low. This will subsequently cause the evaporator coil to freeze. The water will overflow into the drip tray when the coil melts. So, dripping water may indicate that the refrigerant level is low.

6. Rusted drain pan

The drain pans of the cooling unit are made of customized metal sheets. Different brands and sizes of the unit may have different drain pans. The pans get damaged or rusted over time. If a hole appears on the damaged pan, the water leaks out of the unit.

7. Damaged joint

A water leak can also occur when the joint that runs between the drain line and the indoor unit gets damaged. The joint wears off after the unit is used for a long time, and must be serviced by a professional air conditioning technician.

Call Ace if your air conditioner leaks water

You should contact Ace if you want professional help for repair and service of the air conditioning unit in Lake Charles, Sulphur, and Moss Bluff areas. If your air conditioner leaks water, we have a team of friendly, experienced, and certified technicians that can resolve all types of air conditioner problems at an affordable cost.

What are the benefits of getting a new AC system?

Repair versus a new AC systemIf your current air conditioner is getting up there in age, it may be time to get a new AC system installed. But, how do you know when it’s time for your older air conditioner to go? In this post, we’ll review some of the reasons you should just make the switch.

Reasons to replace your current air conditioner

Here are just some of the reasons you should consider replacing your current air conditioner:

  • It’s entering old age: Most air conditioners last between 10-15 years, so if your current air conditioner is more than a decade old, it may be a good time to start shopping for a new one. It’s not just the fear of a breakdown that should motivate you: older air conditioners are less efficient than newer ones, meaning that replacement procrastination could be costing you every single month.
  • You are done dealing with repairs: If your current air conditioner constantly needs repairs, you may be putting too much effort and cash into keeping it going. At some point, you’ll need to weigh the cost of continually repairing your old system against the expense of a new system. You may be surprised at how much certain repair costs can add up over time.
  • It’s not cooling your home: The bottom line is that the purpose of any air conditioner is to cool your home and keep you comfortable. If your old one is struggling with this, get in contact with Ace. We can either help you maintain your current system and improve its performance and efficiency, or help match you to a new system.

Reasons to purchase a new AC

  • You can benefit from better efficiency: If your air conditioner has struggled to bring you even modest returns on your energy dollar, you’ll be pleased to learn that the systems available today are far more efficient than their cooling predecessors. In fact, the Carrier systems that Ace sells are among the most energy-efficient systems out there.
  • You need a reliable system: When you purchase a new AC system, you know it’s going to work for some time to come. Not so with your current system, which could go out on you any day from now.
  • You need cooling: Let’s admit it. No one likes to be hot in their home during the summer. If the heat and humidity are getting to you and your family, a new air conditioner may be just the solution. Talk to the experts at Ace, and we’ll help match your home to the perfect air conditioner.

Choose Ace Air

For more than sixty years, Ace Air Conditioning has provided the people of Lake Charles, Louisiana with exceptional heating and cooling services. From furnace repair to new AC installation, our experienced, NATE-certified technicians have seen and done it all. We’re also a Carrier Factory-Authorized Dealer. To schedule your service with us, give us a call. Or, schedule service with us.