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Air Conditioning Installations & Maintenance in Sterling, VA

The average life span of an Air Conditioner in Virginia is 12-15 years. By having your AC maintained yearly, it will help extend the life of your equipment and also bring about any issues that may arise during those sweltering hot summer days.

During spring and summer, whether servicing and/or replacing your cooling equipment, AAA HVAC Services is here to assist you in all your home comfort needs 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Call now for immediate assistance 703-825-4973.

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Heating Repair Services

The average life span of a furnace in Virginia is 12-15 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 and bring about any issues that may arise during those frigid winter days.

During Fall and Winter, whether servicing and/or replacing your heating equipment, AAA HVAC Services is here to assist you in all your home comfort needs 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Call now for immediate assistance 703-825-4973.

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Plumbing

From installation…to maintenance…to repair… WE DO IT ALL.

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.

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Home Electrical Repair Service

Home Electrical Repair Service

A standby generator is a back-up electrical system that operates automatically. Within seconds of a utility outage an automatic transfer switch senses the power loss, commands the generator to start and then transfers the electrical load to the generator. The standby generator begins supplying power to the circuits permanently installed on a concrete slab or gravel bed near your house. When the power goes out, the unit comes on. The great thing with having these generators is maintenance is minimal and you’ll never have the fear of losing power.

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