When Torrance homeowners need reliable air conditioner repair, they rely on NRG Heating & Air Conditioning Inc to do quality work at affordable prices in Torrance, CA.

Our air conditioner repair experts work hard to keep our clients in Torrance, CA feel comfortable and cool in summer by keeping their air conditioners in great working order.

So when you need air conditioning repair, air conditioning installations, or air conditioning maintenance in Torrance, CA you can trust the experienced NATE certified Technicians at NRG Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. to get you cooled off! Our testimonials and reviews say it all NRG has the right air conditioning technicians, with the best customer service. It’s our goal to provide you with the best workmanship, at the fairest prices in the air conditioning HVAC industry. NRG will make sure your air conditioner units run cool and constant in your Torrance home.

Contact NRG Heating & Air Conditioning INC. when you need a NATE certified, reliable, honest, licensed air conditioner repair contractor in Torrance, CA.

We will save you money, help you conserve energy, and keep you cool and comfortable. Our services include;

  • Air Conditioning repair
  • AC Service
  • HVAC Repair & Service
  • Central Air Conditioning Repair
  • All types of AC Installations
  • Forced Air System Repair
  • Air Duct Cleaning
  • Air Conditioning Installations
  • Air Filters
  • AC Maintenance
  • Furnace Repair & Installation
  • Insulation Repairs & Installations
  • Solar Panels
  • Indoor Air Quality


Air Conditioning Repair Torrance, CA

At NRG Heating & Air Conditioning INC. we can diagnose and troubleshoot your AC problems and provide the air conditioning repair services you need to get your broken AC unit working again. We are also a Premier Lennox dealer that can offer new ac units at the best prices!If you live in Torrance or in the surrounding San Fernando Valley you expect record-high temperatures in the summer. What you don’t expect is your air conditioner to break down leaving you with no air conditioning when you need it the most. One of the ways to prevent this from occurring is to get your air conditioning unit serviced on a yearly basis.

Get the air conditioner repairs you need at a price that is right for you! Call the air conditioner repair NATE Certified experts at NRG Heating & Air Conditioning INC. today at 800-223-3663.

The Top 5 Air Conditioning or A/C Questions.

  1. Why is my AC is not Turning on?

There are several reason your ac may not be turning on one of the first things you should do is ensure the thermostat is set to on. Next make sure you set the temperature for at least 5 degrees cooler than the current temperature in your home. If your AC unit is equipped (most are) Check the emergency shut off switch. It is usually located in a metal box that’s hanging on your house. The next thing you can do is to check to see if you’ve blown a breaker. If these simple fixes don’t work give NRG Heating and Air Conditioning a call at 800-223-3663 today!
  1. Why does my thermostat say 75 but it’s 90 in the house? It’s blowing hot air.

If your A/C or air conditioner isn’t cooling your house even though it’s running, or is blowing hot air, you should start by checking the thermostat. The next step would be to take a look at the condenser. Is the condenser dirty or blocked? If the condenser is dirty or blocked, clean it and remove the blockage. The condenser can become blocked by dirt, dust, tall weeds, grass or other debris. If the A/C or air conditioner still isn’t blowing cold air, this could be the result of a faulty compressor or an inadequate amount of refrigerant in the system. NRG Heating and Air Conditioning has the technicians your looking for with the affordable prices you deserve call us at 800-223-3663.
  1. Why is there water leaking from my AC unit?

A clogged condensate drain line is the most common cause of water leaking from your air conditioner or A/C. You can prevent a clog condensate line by pouring a cup of household bleach into the line from the inside (this can also help clear a stopped up drain in your home) To remove a clog, attach a wet/dry vacuum to the drain line outside, make sure you remove the paper filter first, and suck the clog out.
  1. Why is my Air conditioner making a noise?

There are several reasons your air conditioner may be making noises. These reasons include; You may have bad compressor valves, a bad motor, your fan blades may be broken or out of balance, your refrigerant may be too low, your reversing valve may be bad, a noisy solenoid coil, you may just have a loud compressor or unit, your unit may be iced up and the fan blades may be hitting the ice, the fan blades may be hitting some kind of obstruction, there may be a vibration due to loose parts or due to refrigerant piping being strapped too tightly.
  1. How can I make my A/C or air conditioner automated with my Smart phone?

  2. If you have a wifi thermostat in your home, you can control your air conditioner right from your smartphone. Call NRG at 800-223-3663 today for more information on these and other important A/C questions.

Air-conditioning-service-cooling-repair-Torrance-caAC Repair Torrance, CA

NRG Heating & Air Conditrioning Inc. offers AC repair in Torrance, Ca. We have the NATE experts you can trust when choosing an AC Contractor in Torrance, CA. Our Customers in Torrance, CA have been trusting NRG Heating & Air Conditioning Inc for over 20 years for fast reliable AC service and AC repair. If your looking for AC Repair, AC Service, or AC Installations in Torrance Ca, Call NRG Heating and Air Conditioninng Inc at 1-800-223-3663 and let our experience and knowledge of HVAC repairs, ac service, & air conditioning installations benefit you and your family.

Air Conditioning Installations Torrance, CA

NRG Heating & Air Conditioning Inc is a premier Lennox dealer in Torrance, CA. That is one of the reasons our customers the assurance that they can trust the experts at NRG Heating & Air Conditioning Inc to help them choose the right AC unit for their home. NRG has the experience, training, and knowledge your looking for when choosing an HVAC contractor in Torrance, CA. Our technicians are NATE certified and given some of the best training in the HVAC industry. If you’re looking for a new air conditioner in Torrance, CA call NRG today at 800-223-3663!

Indoor Air Quality Torrance, CAindoor-air-quality-Torrance

In a world where smog, haze and ozone alerts are as common as gridlock, it’s nice to know you can always come inside to catch a breath of fresh air.

Or can you? Did you know that most people spend more than 90% of their time indoors, and that 50% of all illnesses are either caused by, or aggravated by poor indoor air quality (IAQ). Worse yet studies conducted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have shown that your exposure to air pollutants can be more than 100 times higher indoors than outdoors.

That’s why if your looking to improve your indoor air quality you should give NRG Heating & Air Condition inc Inc a call today at 1-800-223-3663. We have the right products, trained staff, & knowledge your looking for when choosing an HVAC Contractor to install, repair or service your indoor air quality products in Torrance, CA.

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Types Of Air Conditioning Units

HVAC is an acronym for Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning.  Basic residential HVAC systems consist of 3 varying types:

The first kind, which is also the most common, is called the Split System:

-This HVAC system consists of an Air Conditioning Condenser (the unit sits outside, usually on the side or back of the home or on the roof), the Evaporator Coil, the Furnace, and the Air Duct System.

-The condenser compresses the refrigerant, transforming from a gas to a liquid state, and is then transferred to the Evaporator Coil.

-The air then passes over the Evaporator Coil, where it is cooled.  The Furnace uses natural gas via burners located in the furnace to heat the home

-The Evaporator Coil is always situated with the Furnace, whether horizontally in the attic or installed as an upflow/downflow, which would be situated in a closet or the garage.

-As the air is sucked in by the Furnace through a return air grill, it then blows over the Evaporator Coil, which cools it, and then into the ducts, which blows the air into the home.

-The air travels throughout the home via a flexible polyurethane Air Duct System.

Another type of HVAC system is the Packaged Unit:

-This HVAC system is usually situated on top of the roof and contains both the heating and cooling components in one piece of equipment (hence the “packaged” name).

-it uses both natural gas and electricity

-The air is brought in the system, heated or cooled depending upon the desired setting, and pushed down into the air duct system.

The 3rd type of HVAC system is called the Heat Pump System

-This HVAC system runs solely on electricity and heat and cools via the refrigerant in the system.

-The system consists of a Heat Pump Condenser (which usually sits on the side or back of the home or on the roof) and an Air Handler.

-The Heat Pump Condenser uses refrigerant to heat and cool the air (through reversing valves), which is then sent into the Air Handler.

-The Air Handler pushes the air into the Air Duct System with blower motor.

Demographics In Torrance, CAtorrance-ac-repair

Population in 2013: 147,478 (100% urban, 0% rural). Population change since 2000: +6.9%

Males: 70,826 (48.0%)
Females: 76,652 (52.0%)
Median resident age: 43.1 years
California median age: 35.7 years
Zip codes: 90503, 90505.

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Estimated median household income in 2013: $76,597 (it was $56,489 in 2000)
Torrance: $76,597
CA: $60,190

Estimated per capita income in 2013: $36,923 (it was $28,144 in 2000)

Torrance city income, earnings, and wages data

Estimated median house or condo value in 2013: $630,600 (it was $308,600 in 2000)
Torrance: $630,600
CA: $373,100

Mean prices in 2013: All housing units: $551,439; Detached houses: $586,622; Townhouses or other attached units: $430,826; In 2-unit structures: $538,009; In 3-to-4-unit structures: $423,149; In 5-or-more-unit structures: $428,884; Mobile homes: $89,129; Occupied boats, RVs, vans, etc.: $15,622
Median gross rent in 2013: $1,422.

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