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1043 Sterling Rd , Herndon- 20170
Virginia , United States  United States

Today (Sunday) Open 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

AAA HVAC Services - Herndon

AAA HVAC Services is one of the fastest growing HVAC companies in Northern Virginia with over 13 years of experience in Residential and Commercial Heating and cooling solutions.AAA HVAC Services is one of the fastest growing HVAC (Heating & Air Conditioning) companies in Northern Virginia.AAA HVAC Services is locally owned and operated, licensed and insured. We pride ourselves on attention to detail on every job. Our furnace and AC prices are unmatched and you have the guarantee of ownership involvement everytime you need us.

Business Operation Hours
Monday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Other Services : Furnace installation, Hvac maintenance , Hvac repairs

Service Type : Yes, this business serves customers at their Location
Emergency Services:Services are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week

Product and Services

The average life span of a furnace  in Virginia is 12-14 years , a heat pump is 8-12 years and boilers are 18 years. Proper yearly heating maintenance will help extend the life of your equipment.  During fall/winter, whether servicing and/or replacing your heating equipment, AAA HVAC Services is here to assist you in all your home comfort needs.

We install furnaces, heat pumps and boilers.AAA HVAC services and installs all major brands of heating equipment and a low cost.Heating Maintenance and Inspection for Gas Furnace or Air Handlers/Heat Pump is only $89.95* per zone in your home

Some Heating tips below:If you have throwaway filters, replace them monthly. This will provide less air flow restriction and cleaner air quality.Set thermostat at one temperature and avoid continuous adjusting. This can cause higher utility costs.For heat, try not to set the thermostat below 65 degrees.If the heat pump is covered in ice or snow it will not work properly until all snow or ice is removed. Turn the thermostat to Emergency heat or turn OFF, then remove the snow or ice from your unit. You can also pour warm or cold water over the unit to melt the snow or ice.

Do not use any sharp objects to remove the ice or snow from the outdoor system. This could cause severe damage and personal injury.Once the outdoor unit is clear of snow and ice turn the thermostat back to normal heating setting. Leaving the thermostat on Emergency heat will drastically increase your electrical bills. If the unit ices up again, call AAA HVAC for service.

Do not let the outdoor unit sit under a leaking gutter. In the winter months, water will drip on top of the unit and freeze solid. This will restrict air and cause the unit to freeze-up.The average life span of an Air Conditioner in Virginia is 12-14 years. Proper yearly cooling maintenance will help extend the life of your equipment.

During spring/summer, whether servicing and/or replacing your cooling equipment, AAA HVAC Services is here to assist you in all your home comfort needs.Look no further! AAA HVAC plumbing services are second to none and our customer reviews show demonstrate our commitment to our customer satisfaction.

AAA HVAC plumbers are experienced in servicing and repairing of all plumbing issues. We offer our customers an affordable solution to their problem.  We can fit your budget without any surprises at the end.Our plumbers will perform a check of your pipes and drains and will take the time to go over any problem areas that need attention.

Are you looking to have a new hot water tank replaced, or a state of the art tankless hot water heater installed?  If so, you have come to the right place!  Our highly trained professional plumbers are ready and waiting to deal with all of your plumbing needs!

AAA HVAC Services offers great pricing and we guarantee our work. until you are satisfied.  We offer same day plumbing emergency service and hot water tank replacements at no additional charge.Contact us at 703-825-4973 for all your plumbing maintenance, service, or emergency needs.

Additional Information

To prevent freezing outdoor spigots, unattach your garden hoses and locate the shutoff valve to the outdoor spigots and shut it off.  Drain down any residual water from the spigot.  Do not leave hose attached, store away until springtime.

Clogged drains can sometimes be fixed without the use of liquid plumbing products by pouring a half-cup of baking soda down the clogged drain followed by a half-cup of vinegar. It's all right if you see foam start to come back up the drain. That simply means the solution is working as it should. Let the clogged drain and solution sit for about three hours. With a little luck, your water may be flowing freely once again.

A leaking faucet puts wear on sink fixtures and can encourage the growth of mold, mildew and build corrosion. Be sure to find the source of the leak and if unsure how to repair give us a call.

How do you stop a flood? Locate the main shut-off valve for the home water supply. If it's in a dark, hidden, or hard-to-reach place, gather any tools you'll need for a quick shut-off, and store them nearby.Insulate exposed pipes in a crawl space or in the garage with easy-to-install plastic insulation. It's a peel-and-stick solution. Before winter comes, remove exterior hoses, and apply insulating caps to outdoor fixtures, as a frozen exterior spigot can damage interior pipes.

When cold weather strikes, open the cabinets beneath sinks and bathroom fixtures; warmer household air will help prevent the pipes inside from freezing. Opening taps to a bare trickle keeps water flowing and avoids a frozen blockage.

If pipes do freeze, don't panic. First, shut off the water supply to the house, then open a faucet near the blocked area to vent vapors from the frozen water. If you suspect that pipes in the hot water system are frozen, turn off the hot water heater. Use a hair dryer to warm the frozen pipe (never use an open flame to thaw a pipe), starting at the end of the pipe nearest to the tap. (Don't use a hair dryer in areas of standing water.) You'll know the pipe has begun to thaw when water begins to trickle from the open faucet. When the flow is restored, check the plumbing carefully for cracks or leaks.

Once a year, drain the hot water tank for a few seconds, make sure the water turns from dark to clear.  All the dark water is from sediments sitting at the bottom of the tank over the years of use which reduces the life of the tank.

Languages Spoken

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Year Established

2010

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