GAP Mechanical are licensed, Insured, EPA Registered, and A+ Rated. We hire only professional, experienced, and certified AC technicians with clean background checks and driving records.
In GAP Mechanical we count on a wide fleet of fully stocked trucks to cover all corners in Central Florida. In GAP Mechanical we also offer commercial AC Financing through Synchrony and Service Finance. Also offering:
In Amana units of 16 or more sears
In new units
Monday to Saturday
We know that your home is your sanctuary, for this it is imperative to choose a technician who you can trust and this is an honor that we don’t take lightly. With over 18 years of providing the best HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioner) services to Central Florida families and businesses you can rest assured that you are in the right hands.
No home, business, or need is too big or too small for us. We guarantee your satisfaction!
If your AC system is older than 10 years you might want to consider replacing it with a high energy-efficient unit.
Just like a human body, your AC system would let you know when something is going on. Some of the symptoms to look for are:
A More comfortable environment for your family with even cooling and heating through the house.
When choosing your new system, it is important to take into consideration the size of your home, local climate, and the necessary SEERs features. The goal is to cover all the physical ground but not overpower your environment with a system you don’t need. Our team will expertly guide you through every step and aid you prevent overspending now and through the unit’s lifespan.
SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficient Rating. This means that the higher the SEER the more energy efficient your unit will be. One benefit of this is that it will help you save energy, money, and the environment.
Most modern air conditioners have a SEER anywhere from 13 to 26 and it is going to keep improving. For this reason, if your system is older than 10 years it is highly recommended a scheduled evaluation.
This is a program organized by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy to promote strict guidelines leading to energy efficiency. By having this certificate, a unit proves that it is environmentally friendly, producing less harmful carbon pollution, and it saves money for the user through the product’s life. For a system to be considered for an Energy Star Certification it needs to have a minimum SEER of 14.
The capacity of an AC can be measured in Btu (British Thermal Units) and they are a factor for the amount of energy your HVAC unit will consume. Usually, it is recommended to choose the capacity based on the home size.
A bigger unit’s price tends to be costlier than a smaller unit even if they have the same SEER rating. An oversized air conditioner can be noisier, cycle faster between ON and OFF mode driving light costs up. An undersized unit could struggle with cooling your home evenly and reducing your indoor humidity levels. For this reason, it is recommended for you to call an expert technician that you can trust to evaluate your house’s specific needs.