Air Plus

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Air Plus
Air Plus offers Furnace Repair services in Stuart FL.

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Air Plus has an overall ZapScore of 67. This means that Air Plus has a higher ZapScore than 67% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Stuart, Florida is 38 and in the Furnace Repair category is 66. Learn more about ZapScore.

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We are BACK IN FULL MODE! Please check your outside units for debris before turning them on, as well as checking over any wires that may have been damaged or exposed. We hope everyone made it through the hurricane with minimal damage. Call us if you need us! 772-486-2002

We are still without power, along with half of Martin County, but we're trying to take emergency calls the old fashioned way......pen, paper and phone! Thank you for being patient during this trying time!

Our office is closed today due to no power. We do have a tech on call for emergency's only. PLEASE, only if it's an emergency. We're all playing "clean up" today. I hope every one made it through the storm with as little as possible or no damage. Please continue to be careful during clean up and restoration! Hopefully we'll be back tomorrow!

To allow our employees time to prepare for Hurricane Irma, our office closes today at noon and will be closed tomorrow. We do have a technician on call, but will not be running calls when the conditions begin to deteriorate. Please call if it's an emergency only. We wish all of you the best of luck and to PLEASE be smart and safe!

We have had several customers call asking how to prepare their a/c units for the storm. The following precautions should be taken both before and after the storm to protect your unit as best as possible. Above all, PLEASE BE SMART AND SAFE!! Air conditioner prep before the storm Getting your air conditioner ready for a hurricane isn’t super complicated, but it can save you a lot of time, money and frustration later. Here are 3 things you should to do before the storms arrive: Secure your AC: Do you have a split AC system with the outside unit on the ground? (Most Florida homeowners do). If so, your air conditioner should be installed on a concrete pad and bolted to the concrete with hurricane straps, as shown in the picture above.This will help prevent the air conditioner from going airborne during a hurricane or storm. Protect the AC’s electrical components: Hurricanes and tropical storms cause surges of power through your home. These surges can ruin your air conditioner’s important electrical components. So we highly recommend installing a surge protector for your air conditioner. Also, turn off the AC before the storm arrives. Cover the AC unit before the storm: Hurricanes do damage by throwing objects into other objects. So even if your air conditioner is properly secured, it can become damaged from airborne objects during a storm. Before the storm arrives, cover your air conditioner with a tarp or homemade plywood structure to keep objects from hitting the air conditioner. (Of course, make sure to turn off the AC before covering it!) These tips should help you minimize damage to your air conditioner during the storm. But there are a few things you should do after the storm as well. After the storm passes: Before turning on your air conditioner, inspect it and make sure everything’s OK. Running your air conditioner with a problem can make the problem even worse. After a storm, run through this quick checklist before starting up your AC again: Make sure the air conditioner wasn’t ever underwater. Remove the cover/tarp from the air conditioner. Make sure there are no signs of damage to the unit itself. Remove any debris that accumulated around the air conditioner. Make sure there is no damage to any of the refrigerant and electrical lines running from your AC. We also recommend getting your AC checked out by a professional (especially if there are any signs of problems). Better to be safe than sorry, after all. GOOD LUCK AND STAY SAFE!