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654 Reading Road , Mason- 45040
Ohio , United States  United States
(+1) 513 229-0789 Fax : 513 229-0797 http://www.myairauthority.com
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Today (Thursday) Open 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Air Authority Heating & Air Conditioning - Mason

Established and owned by forty-year industry veteran Dan Reupert, Air Authority Heating & Air Conditioning is your premier Greater Mason HVAC and Indoor Air Quality contractor serving the Mason region since 2000. Dan is moreover a member of the Greater Cincinnati Heating & Cooling Association (since 1999). Air Authority delivers heating and air conditioning service for both residential and commercial consumers throughout the area. Air Authority has proven experience in servicing unique construction, established neighborhoods and even specific rural surroundings.

Dan and the seasoned team at Air Authority confirm what alternative businesses just tell you-that their consumers come initially. Air Authority prides itself on the truth that their first residential customer continues to be a very happy customer for them now. Winning the Angie’s List “Super Service Award” in both 2010 and 2011 and being an A-Rated member of the Better Business Bureau is proof that you are the priority.

Air Authority delivers heating and air conditioning service for both residential and commercial consumers throughout the area. Air Authority has proven experience in servicing unique construction, established neighborhoods and even distinctive rural conditions.

You can trust Air Authority’s expertise from their memberships in the Greater Cincinnati Heating & Cooling Association and the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) and as a North American Technician Excellence (NATE) Certified Circle Contractor. Technicians who see your house or company average 12 - 15 years in the industry and are well-known as honest, knowledgeable resources for heating and air conditioning general repair and emergencies.Call us to discover much more about 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 Closed
Sunday Closed

Other HVAC Services : Heating Installation, AC Repairs, Indoor Air Quality

Service Type : No,All customers come to the business location

HVAC Services

Commercial HVAC
In addition to our diagnostic, repair and installation services, we offer premium maintenance contracts for both new and existing units.The Benefits of Maintenance ContractsWe believe that the most important aspect of your heating, air conditioning, refrigeration and indoor air quality needs is a commitment to maintenance. Proper maintenance of your HVACR systems ensures a longer life and lower cost. Air Authority offers highly competitive maintenance contracts that don’t sacrifice quality service for price.
Breathe easy year after year – give us a call today.Our Commercial Comfort Services:HVACR Repair & Installation,
Planned Maintenance Agreements,Rooftop Unit Service & Installation,Indoor Air Quality,Custom Sheet Metal & Duct Work,Unsure if you need to repair or replace your home comfort system.
We will take the time to analyze your home and evaluate your needs. Air Authority’s home comfort experts work closely with you to find the most efficient solutions that fit your life and your budget. Our straightforward, up-front pricing brings you quality service and peace of mind with no surprises or added fees. Call today for a free estimate!
Your home is in good hands with Air Authority Heating & Air Conditioning.Home Services & Specialties:Full service & repair on existing systems.New installations with top-of-the-line Trane Systems.Indoor Air Quality,Duct Cleaning,Annual maintenance agreements that help you save!Experienced NATE Certified technicians specializing in service and installation.Honest, up-front pricing – guaranteed!
Removal of old equipment at no additional cost,Trucks fully stocked with the tools and supplies necessary to get the job done.Extensive parts inventory at hand Shoe booties, drop cloths and carpet protectors keep your home neat and clean during service.Competitive Pricing & Free Estimates,Financing Available.

Additional Information

Every Home Needs a Humidifier,The air inside your home is drier than you think.,Heating your home dries out the air. The resulting dry air absorbs moisture from you and everything inside your home. Even newer, tighter built homes will succumb to the negative effects of air that is too dry.Irritation And Discomfort:When you heat your home, indoor humidity levels fall below the optimum range. This causes you to experience the discomforts of too dry itchy skin, annoying static shocks and being “too cold” at normal temperatures.
Viruses thrive in low humidity conditions and can actually increase the likelihood of getting colds, flu and other upper respiratory ailments. The American Society of Otolaryngology advises the importance of preventing an overly dry environment because it significantly increases susceptibility to infections.
When heated air isn’t properly humidified, it causes walls and ceilings to crack and wood floors and trim to separate. Expensive musical instruments can go out of tune and electronic equipment can fall victim to static electric charges, requiring expensive repair or replacement.Higher Energy Costs:Dry air robs the moisture from your skin, making you feel colder, which means you turn up the heat. Dry air also shrinks the framing around doors and windows, resulting in gaps that let in cold air from the outside, making your home less energy efficient.
Your home could be as dry as the Sahara Desert!Relative Humidity (RH) indicates the amount of water vapro, in percent, actually in the air compared to the maximum amount that the air could hold under the same conditions. The warmer the air, the more moisture it can hold.Air in the home heated to 70 degrees F can hold about eight grains of moisture per cubic foot. That is 100% RH. If there are only two grains per cubic foot in the home, this is 1/4 of the air capacity or 25% RH.
So, what happens to the air when it’s heated? Your furnace will bring in outdoor air to be heated. During the winter months it’s very common to find outdoor RH at 70% and air temperature at +10 degrees F. When this air is heated to 70 degrees F, the indoor RH drops to 6%, this is similar dryness to desert conditions. The only solution is to add water vapor to the air – humidification.

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