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Air Conditioning Repair in Westlake Village

Rest assured that when Fleetwell technicians arrive at your home, their truck will be stocked with the parts most frequently prone to failure. We carry replacement parts including blower motors, compressors, wirings, filters, refrigerant tanks and refills, trim kits, and more. Most common Air Conditioning repairs in Westlake Village can be done in one trip. Repairing your Air Conditioner avoids having to spend on replacing it. It can also save on energy costs because a faulty air conditioner can waste more power while trying to achieve the same temperature. In addition to eliminating power drain, repairs help make your home or office more comfortable. Even a simple tune up can result in higher efficiency, cleaner air, and improved reliability. At Fleetwell, we offer unbeatable service plans to ensure your AC gets the attention it needs.

Repairing your air conditioning system has many benefits, but it does have its limits. Our service technicians have a great deal of experience with different AC systems and can inform you when more than a simple repair is necessary. Eventually, you might want to consider central units to replace your traditional system. It all depends on various factors. So, what should you consider when deciding if an AC repair is “good enough”? Keep in mind the following factors:

  • The age of the unit. As your AC unit edges toward 20 years old, it is likely reaching the end of its lifespan.
  • Energy efficiency. Once units reach 15 years of age, they should be considered a candidate for replacement, based on energy savings alone.
  • Frequency of repairs. Frequent repairs can be frustrating, expensive, and create an uncomfortable, warm home. If you’re having to repair often, it may be time to consider replacing your AC instead. 

Air Conditioning Replacement & Installation

Often, air conditioning problems can be repaired when the trouble is with one component and the system is not too old.

When the air conditioner is near the end of its life, needs frequent repairs, or no longer keeps the home sufficiently cool, your technician may recommend replacement. The benefits of upgrading the air conditioner include improved comfort, energy efficiency, fewer breakdowns, and lower home cooling costs.

Before replacing an air conditioner, consider the:

  • Type of system – There are two main types of central air conditioning systems: split air conditioning systems, and packaged systems. A split system has the condenser unit outdoors and the evaporator inside the house. A packaged system has the components in one metal cabinet. You may also want to consider heat pumps if you want one system that will both warm and cool your home.
  • Size – The air conducting unit needs to be the right size for your home to effectively remove heat and humidity from the air. When the system is too large for the house, it may not sufficiently control the humidity levels and cost more to run. Your technician can perform load calculations to determine the proper size unit for your home.
  • SEER rating – The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating, or SEER, provides insight into the energy efficiency of an air conditioner. A higher SEER rating indicates better energy efficiency. Over the life of the system, you can save a significant amount of money with a higher SEER rating.

Cost – A new air conditioning system is an investment, so the price is naturally a consideration. Be sure to consider both the upfront price and the operating costs, as a more energy-efficient system that costs a little more may cost less over time with lower utility bills.

Common AC Problems

Most problems related to Ac repair fall into a couple of different categories:


One of the things you should always check first are your air filters. If you forget to change them on time, your filters become caked with debris. This creates an obstruction and does not allow the warm air from your home to escape. When the filter gets changed, it allows warm air to get vacuumed out easily allowing for faster cooling.

A big misconception in the industry is needing to constantly fill “freon” in your unit. Refrigerant is something that stays in your unit forever, since you have a closed circuit system. The only reason you would need to fill it is if it somehow leaked out. Your AC unit may have old refrigerants such as R22 which is outdated and banned. You may also have a big leak causing your Ac to leak out rapidly.

Your AC has a lot of sensors and relays that all communicate with each other to cool your home down. If those sensors get old, they fail causing you to have to replace them.

When you turn your AC, it removes moisture through a condensation line which is a ¾ PVC line. If this gets clogged, your AC unit will flood. In addition, if it gets dirt inside because of a dirty coil, it will also back up and clog.

The big fan outside is called a condenser. If the condenser gets dirty, it is unable to remove the hot air from the house. This creates a problem where the AC unit needs to work harder causing more strain on the compressor to achieve any cooling capability. In addition, if the indoor coil/ evaporator coil is dirty it creates a restriction not allowing any cold air to be absorbed from your blower motor.


Compressor and fan controls can wear out due to overworking or connections may become corroded.

There are a variety of reasons your thermostat can fail, preventing a successful connection to your AC.

If the motor isn’t working, the AC won’t either. Most of the time, you’ll hear odd sounds before the unit stops working. A capacitor test can determine if the motor is the source of the problem.

A condenser line can get dirty, mold or algae can grow on it, twigs and branches may build up on it, or birds may set up a nest. These can all stop your AC from working until you clear away any debris. Make sure the evaporator coils are clean as well.

If your AC is not working it may not be getting electricity. This is easy to go unnoticed due to HVAC units having their own circuits. Make sure to check your circuit breaker.

An issue with your air conditioner or other electric appliances can originate with the wiring in your home. Be aware of flickering lights or listen for humming when you plug things in.


Airflow problems may be caused by clogged, disconnected, separated, or leaky ductwork. Blocked vents and registers can cause trouble, while piece of furniture in the way can limit airflow as well.

While your AC is not designed to clean air, it uses filters to help remove damaging particles from getting through the system. These filters are designed to be changed frequently.

Leaves and debris that pile up around the unit can restrict airflow and cause the system to overheat. Fortunately, you don’t need a professional to clear a space around the condenser unit.

The blower fans are controlled by motors. A sluggish motor can limit airflow, or a dirty fan can prevent normal operation.

An oversized unit will cycle on and off too frequently, so it won’t run long enough to remove humidity; the lack of airflow can make a room uncomfortable.

A faulty thermostat can cause the air conditioning system to not blow enough air. Even an incorrect setting or low battery can limit airflow.

AC Maintenance In Westlake Village

Just like your car, your Air Conditioning system needs a tune-up twice a year to run effectively!

Why wait for a problem to happen, get ahead with Preventative maintenance!

Protect your investment with professional maintenance for reliable air conditioning every season. Regular air conditioning maintenance in Westlake Village can prepare your home for summer and uncover any problems that should be addressed to avoid breakdowns.

Yearly maintenance includes: 

  • An inspection of all components of the system
  • Cleaning and checking moving parts
  • Changing or cleaning the filters
  • Inspecting and tightening electrical connections
  • Checking the condensate drain
  • Minor adjustments to improve performance and efficiency

Annual inspection and maintenance before the start of the summer cooling season ensure that your home is ready for summer. If a problem is noted during the inspection, you can fix it before the summer starts to avoid the need for emergency AC repair in the middle of a California heatwave.

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24-point A/C Precision Tune-Up, Professional Cleaning, and Safety Inspection

Our trained Fleetwell Technicians will perform a precision tune-up, professional cleaning, and safety inspection which includes the following 24-point procedures:

1. Check indoor coil

2. Check Flat Switch

3. Check refrigerant pressure

4. Check refrigerant temperature

5. Check drain line for proper pitch

6. Test reversing valve

7. Inspect flue pipe

8. Visually check for refrigerant leaks

9. Check thermostat calibration

10. Water wash outdoor coil

11. Replace standard filter

12. Check burners

13. Check overall system operation

14. Monitor and adjust gas pressures

15. Test for carbon monoxide levels

16. Check wire connectors

17. Check fan belts

18. Lubricate motors as needed

19. Check defrost cycle

20. Inspect electric strip heaters

21. Check and clean contactor

22. Inspect duct connections

23. Check pilot assembly

24. Check start capacitor

Furnace and heating system repairs in westlake village

If the compressor fails and you have an air handler/heat pump your unit will not be able to activate the reversing valve triggering the heat to come on.

Frequent changes in temperature may be something as simple as a thermostat replacement or something wrong with the air flow of your air duct system.

Inadequate heating may be as simple as a clogged filter or the furnace is too small. If your heater isn’t turning in it may be a full range of problems.

A lack of air coming from your vents means that there is an obstruction in the air duct system, or the furnace blower is weak and about to go out.

When a filter is clogged, it reduces air flow into the system which makes the system need to work a lot harder to produce the same results. If it occurs for too long it can damage the limit switch which will not allow the unit to kick on.

When you do preventative maintenance, you can catch problems before they occur and avoid unexpected breakdowns.

If you find that you are using more gas or electric when your unit is on this means that your unit is consuming more energy and is inefficient. Most times, you can upgrade your system to a new energy star unit and the cost to finance a new unit is lower than the higher energy bills you’re getting.



Heating/Furnace repair isn’t always the solution. You may need to consider replacing your heating system if you are experiencing the following:

You are paying high energy bills

Your unit constantly needs to be repaired

The repair cost is very high because you are replacing big components

Your unit is older than 10 years

Heating Installation and Replacement Services

When the temperatures get colder, families count on their heating systems to stay warm and comfortable. A good quality, energy-efficient heating system is important for home comfort in the winter months.

Replace your heating system when: 

  • There are continuous issues even after repairs
  • Your heating system is near or past its expected life
  • Heating costs are increasing
  • The heater no longer warms the house enough
  • Heat is uneven from room to room
  • There is excessive dust in the house

Since a heating system is a big investment, you want yours to last as long as possible but replace it before your end up with no heat in the middle of a cold winter night. A knowledgeable HVAC technician can be a great source of reliable advice about when to replace your heater and the best  heating systems in Los Angeles for your home.

If your heating system is not very old, it may be possible to repair your existing equipment by replacing any malfunctioning components. The best thing you can do is call for repair services when you first notice a problem. Don’t ignore what may seem to be a minor issue because small problems can lead to big headaches.

It’s time to call for heating repair when you have: 

  • No heat
  • Low heat
  • The house not reaching the set temperature on the thermostat
  • Strange noises
  • Higher than normal heating bills
  • Strange odors


Is your furnace not heating your home as well as it used to? Furnace tune-ups from Fleetwell may be right for you.

Just like your car, your heating system needs a tune-up twice a year to run effectively! Why wait for a problem to happen, get ahead with preventative maintenance!

Protect your investment with professional maintenance for reliable temperature control every season. Regular  heating system maintenance can prepare your home for winter and uncover any problems that should be addressed to avoid breakdowns.

Yearly maintenance includes: 

  • An inspection of all components of the system
  • Cleaning and checking moving parts
  • Changing or cleaning the filters
  • Inspecting and tightening electrical connections
  • Minor adjustments to improve performance and efficiency

Annual inspection and maintenance is best done before the start of the winter heating season to ensure that your home is ready for winter. If a problem is noted during the inspection, you can fix it before the winter starts to avoid the need for emergency heater repair in the middle of a cold spell.

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Choose Fleetwell for air duct installation, replacement or cleaning

We can give you our professional advice based on your home. The most popular type is rigid sheet metal, which is made of galvanized steel or aluminum. There is also fiberboard, fiberglass and flexible coil ducts.

For an average sized home, it should take between 24 and 48 hours. If your home is very large, with an extensive ductwork system, it will take longer. Our team respects your time so we always work as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Fleetwell technicians use special equipment to remove dust and dirt without damaging your air ducts. Then they change the filters and sanitize the whole area. Finally, they check it’s all working better than before.

Why get my air ducts cleaned?

 According to the National air duct cleaning association there are several factors that can compromise the quality of the air you breathe and will require you to get regular maintenance for your HVAC such as:

People who have allergies or asthma

Cigarette Smoke

Home Remodeling Projects

Water Contamination in Vents

Pets with Lots of Hair



Air duct cleaning reduces indoor pollution in your home. 

  • Indoor air is 50% more polluted than the air outdoors.
  • More than 50% of ALL illnesses are caused by polluted indoor air 

All of these dangers can be prevented by regular maintenance and sealing of your air ducts. With proper tools and knowledge, our technicians can remove harmful pollutants from your home!

Keep your HVAC System running longer and more efficiently

The EPA reports that more than 30% of the air moving through your home gets lost through holes or tears in your air duct system. This affects you because not only are you paying higher energy bills because a lot of air gets wasted and lost in your attic or crawl space, you are also infiltrating bad unhealthy air from your attic. Our technicians are factory trained to detect the source of lost air and provide a repair for maximum efficiency!

Common signs of duct problems:

  • High bills during peak seasons
  • Fluctuating temperatures between rooms
  • Ductwork is not properly strapped and kinked in many areas
  • Ductwork located in the attic or crawl space.

Advantages of Regular Air Duct Cleaning and Sealing

  • Relieve allergy, headache, and sinus & asthma conditions
  • Reduce or eliminate risky health hazards
  • Prevent leaks from holes and gaps in the ductwork
  • Provide cleaner living conditions
  • Decrease wear and tear on system components
  • Stop mold and bacteria from growing

About Westlake Village

Westlake Village, located in the beautiful Conejo Valley of Southern California, is a picturesque city that offers a unique blend of natural beauty, upscale living, and a vibrant community. With its prime location between Los Angeles and Ventura counties, Westlake Village has become a sought-after destination for residents and visitors alike.

One of the most captivating aspects of Westlake Village is its stunning surroundings. Nestled against the Santa Monica Mountains, the city boasts breathtaking views of rolling hills, sprawling green landscapes, and serene lakes. This natural beauty creates a tranquil atmosphere that is highly conducive to outdoor activities and recreation.

Outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty to explore in Westlake Village. The city is home to several parks and hiking trails, such as Westlake Village Community Park and Triunfo Creek Park, where residents can enjoy picnicking, jogging, biking, and hiking amidst the region’s idyllic scenery. Additionally, nearby destinations like Malibu Creek State Park and the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area provide opportunities for camping, rock climbing, and horseback riding.

Beyond its natural charm, Westlake Village offers an upscale living experience with a range of residential options. The city is known for its luxurious gated communities, pristine neighborhoods, and stunning custom-built homes. The real estate market in Westlake Village is highly sought after due to its reputation for providing a high standard of living, privacy, and exclusivity.

In addition to its residential appeal, Westlake Village boasts a thriving business community. The city is home to numerous companies in sectors such as technology, healthcare, finance, and entertainment. Its close proximity to Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley makes it an ideal location for professionals seeking a peaceful and upscale suburban lifestyle while maintaining access to urban amenities and job opportunities.

Westlake Village is also renowned for its excellent schools, making it an attractive destination for families. The city’s public and private schools consistently rank among the top in California, offering quality education and a supportive learning environment for students.

When it comes to entertainment and dining, Westlake Village has a lot to offer. The city features a variety of upscale shopping centers, boutique stores, and gourmet restaurants. The prominent Westlake Promenade and The Shoppes at Westlake Village are popular destinations for shopping, dining, and entertainment. From fine dining to casual eateries, the culinary scene in Westlake Village is diverse and caters to various tastes.

Community events and festivals play a significant role in Westlake Village’s vibrant social fabric. The city hosts numerous events throughout the year, including concerts, art exhibitions, farmers markets, and holiday celebrations. These events bring residents together, fostering a sense of community and providing opportunities for leisure and cultural enrichment.

In conclusion, Westlake Village, California, offers a captivating blend of natural beauty, upscale living, and a vibrant community. Its picturesque surroundings, upscale residential areas, excellent schools, and thriving business community make it a desirable place to live, work, and play. Whether you’re seeking outdoor adventures, fine dining experiences, or a close-knit community, Westlake Village provides an exceptional quality of life in a charming and scenic setting.


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