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Air Conditioning

Air Conditioning repairs and installations in Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax and Metro DC areas.

Air Conditioning

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$20 Off New HVAC Annual Maintenance Contract

$50 Off Whole House Humidifier Installation

$150 Off New Bolier Installation

$200 Off Complete HVAC System Replacement

$169 Honeywell Digital Programmable Thermostat

$129 Honeywell Digital Thermostat

$935 Whole House Air Purification

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Anyone who has gone without air conditioning during the summer knows how uncomfortable it is – especially in the hot, humid Washington, D.C. metro area. With lots of people spending time outdoors during the warmer months, coming home to a cool house is the perfect way to take a break from the heat.

At John C. Flood, Inc., we understand how important it is to have a comfortable home, which is why we offer the best brand-name products and services to help people install, repair and replace their air conditioners.

If your air conditioner has been leaking all over your floor, we can help. If it’s not blowing cold air, we can help. Whether you need a simple repair, a brand new hybrid HVAC system or anything in between, you can call us 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and we’ll send one of our experienced service technicians to take care of you.

In addition to our basic Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia air conditioning repair services and installations, we fix and set up humidifiers, air purification systems, programmable thermostats, electronic air cleaners and much more.

With over 100 years of expertise and friendly, courteous, fully-trained service technicians, we have everything it takes to get the job done so you can sit back and relax in your cool, comfortable home before you know it.

So if you’re in need of a new air conditioner, or if you want to be prepared for that first sweltering summer day and have yours serviced during the off-season, give us a call any time. We service Virginia, Washington D.C. and Maryland seven days a week, and never charge extra for weekend service.

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John C Flood Residential HVAC Installation

Among the many projects we can take on, our expertise includes work with:
♦ Air conditioner general service and repairs of all brands
♦ Air conditioner leaks
♦ Air conditioning tune-ups
♦ Annual safety inspections
♦ Attic ventilating systems
♦ Ductwork and sheet metal
♦ Electric air cleaners
♦ Energy-efficient equipment tax rebates
♦ Energy management plans
♦ Factory authorized dealer for Honeywell, Bryant, Carrier, Burnham and A.O. Smith comfort systems
♦ High velocity small duct systems
♦ Space-Pak System
♦ Unico System
♦ Humidifiers
♦ Indoor air quality improvements
♦ Installation of new AC systems in new home additions
♦ Programmable thermostats
♦ Repair and replacement of rooftop units
♦ Whole house humidifiers
♦ Whole house air purification.

We Proudly Install

"Allow me to express my appreciation for the prompt, efficient and courteous service I received today. One of our air conditioning units went out last night. I called our regular air conditioning company, but they couldn't come until Monday afternoon. On a friend's recommendation, I then called John C. Flood, and spoke to Cindy. She scheduled a technician from noon to 3 PM today. The technician, Tom Goldsmith arrived shortly before noon. I'm a journalist and my wife is a college professor. We know nothing about engineering. We feared the worst. But Tom advised us that we only needed a new capacitor. He had one in his truck, and promptly installed it. He then advised us that our air conditioning unit was built in 2000, and should last 15-18 years. We learned a lot about air conditioning units from Tom. We also learned a lot about courtesy. Thank you so much for the wonderful service."

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Did You Know?

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