ALL ABOUT US
Precision. Punctuality. Commitment to excellence.
All-Rite Heating and Air Conditioning was established in 1982 by Founder and CEO Loren Walbaum. In 1989 All-Rite opened an office in Phoenix, AZ. By 2004 All-Rite branched out with an office in Williston, Florida. For the last 35 years, our staff has continued to deliver first-class mechanical installations. We offer a complete range of mechanical services for the convenience of our customers. This includes air conditioning, heating, refrigeration, process piping, sheet-metal work, micro air ducting, and indoor air quality. We are a licensed and bonded mechanical contractor. Our clients range from residential to commercial industries. In addition, we employ service technicians and run a fleet of fully-equipped service vans to meet our clients’ needs.
We provide licensed and trained technicians to assist with all of our jobs!
All-Rite Heating and Air Conditioning Inc will repair your air conditioning or heating unit for you! We are glad to fix all types and brands of heating and air conditioning units for clients in Central Florida. If you're not sure whether your system needs to be repaired or replaced, call your HVAC company near you at 352-528-2511 and let us help!
All-Rite Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. can professionally install your commercial air conditioning unit for you. Whether you have a small home or a large commercial building in Central Florida, our expert team can install your HVAC system. We are happy to work with your needs to install the perfect heating or cooling system for your property. Call us at 352-528-2511 to schedule an appointment today.
All-Rite Heating & Air Conditioning Inc is happy to maintain your air conditioning and heating systems for you. Whether you have a large sprawling home or a commercial building in Central, Florida we are glad to maintain your HVAC system! We work with all brands and models of air conditioning and heating units. Call us today at 352-528-2511 to schedule an appointment for HVAC maintenance.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Answers for All Your Inquiries
WHAT IS HVAC?
HVAC is an acronym that stands for heating, ventilation and air conditioning. It’s a short way of describing everything associated with the entire system that processes air, from the compressor, fan and motor of your air conditioning unit to the vents, thermostat and filters. Of course most Floridians are most concerned with the AC part, but most heating and cooling systems have some components in common, for example the ducts in which the air travels.
WHY DOES MY AC SYSTEM NEED REGULAR MAINTENANCE?
On a scale of importance that runs 1-10, regular maintenance ranks as a 10 because it directly relates to your comfort. Air-conditioning systems in the Sunshine State run for more of the year and for more time each day than units in most other states, plus Florida has higher humidity than nearly anywhere else. These factors make it crucial to perform AC inspection and service consistently.
HOW ARE THE SIZING CAPACITIES OF HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEMS MEASURED?
The heating and cooling systems are sized according to their tonnage. One (1) ton equals 12,000 BTU/H. Residential systems can range from 1 to 5 tons.
WHAT SIZE HVAC SYSTEM SHOULD I HAVE?
Contrary to popular belief there, is no rule of thumb for sizing a system to a home. Depending upon the construction of your home, one (1) ton of air conditioning can cool anywhere from 300 to 800 square feet of home. The only way to ensure the size of the system you purchase will be large enough to cool your home, but not any larger than you need, is to have your home’s individual heating and cooling needs evaluated by a licensed professional.
HOW CAN I INCREASE THE EFFICIENCY AND LIFE OF MY HOME’S HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEMS?
The most important thing you can do is clean and replace your filters frequently. Also, a system heats and cools more evenly when the blower is in the “on” position. The blower provides constant air movement throughout the home, and allows for better filtration. Finally, shades, drapes, shutters, or screens should be installed on windows that are exposed to extreme sunlight.