Air Conditioning Service
North Hollywood

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Mor Air Inc.

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Our Happy Customers

“Mor Air provides professional, friendly and reasonably priced AC services. They provide detailed information about the AC diagnostics when my AC unit was not working out. He works very efficiently and has a lot of experience in his field. Mor Air is prompt about scheduling appointments. I have been a customer for about over a year now and have been very happy with their services. I highly recommend calling Mor Air for your AC needs.”

Jasmin A.

Sun Valley, CA

“We feel so lucky to have found Mario. He is honest and hardworking. Another company came to our house when we had a leak, and without even assessing the problem, told us we needed to replace a functioning unit at the cost of $3,000. Mario diagnosed the problem and fixed it for a fraction of that cost. He then returned to address some issues with our other unit, providing effective and inexpensive service. He will forever be our go to AC guy in L.A.!

Michele W.

Santa Monica, CA

Mario is great to do business with! My air conditioning hasn’t been working real effectively. I had a quote from another company who told me that I would most likely would have to replace the entire unit. It would have cost quite a few thousand. I found Mor Air and got a second opinion. Turns out all he had to do with change a filter and some tweak to the actual unit which I have no idea about it and my air was fixed! Saved me literally thousands. Always great to find a business who does honest work and don’t take advantage of you like other companies would. Thanks Mario!

Kimberly Q.

Los Angeles, CA

“After finally giving up on our A/C unit, I was ready to replace it when my business partner’s wife referred Mario to us. I called him up, he comes by a few hours later, opens up our unit spots the issue immediately.
He could have easily upsold me and had me cough up the dough for a brand new unit, but instead he replaced the corresponding hoses and seals. Who does that!? People with integrity. That’s the only type of people we should do business with.”

Noel S.

Los Angeles, CA

Frequently Asked Questions

Whether you’re considering the purchase of a new air conditioning unit, a new heat pump installation or you’re researching ways to extend the life of the one you already own, you likely have questions on how to do so. Since the overall efficiency of your cooling system or your furnace installation can have a major impact on your budget and the environment, it’s important to understand your options. In our years of service, here are some of the most common questions we have been asked regarding heating and air conditioning unit services, heater installation and furnace repair:

When an air conditioning unit is running smoothly, it may be easy to forget that you should be performing some routine maintenance on it. One of the most important things homeowners should be taking care of on a regular basis is the changing of the filters.

Many homeowners are surprised to learn they should be changing the filters on their air conditioners much more often than originally thought. In fact, while many admit to changing their filters on an annual basis, the U.S. Department of Energy recommends air filters be changed a minimum of once every three months. In some systems, it’s recommended that the filters be changed as often as once a month, depending upon the area, air quality, and age and efficiency rate of your particular unit.

Doing an energy efficiency check-up on your air conditioner will help you not only save on your cooling bills, but also be more environmentally friendly – win-win, right? If you’re looking to get the highest energy efficiency ratings from your current air conditioner, there are a few simple tricks you can use to help you save energy.

For starters, one of the simplest ways to boost efficiency is to keep the thermostat set on the higher end. The colder it’s set, the less efficient it will be. To help offset this, use lined curtains on your windows to keep the sun (and heat) out during peak hours and also check to make sure your home is well insulated. Keep items that produce heat away from your thermostat (think microwaves, coffee makers, and other appliances for example) as this can cause your system to run harder.

There are many reasons air conditioners may not be working properly, but there are a few common issues that can be easily rectified. If your unit is running, but not producing cooler air, your first step should be to inspect the basics.

Often times, air conditioners can stop working properly when they have blocked airways or a leak in coolant. These can be easily found and fixed by replacing any clogged or dirty filters or by inspecting your unit for leaks. Calling for a diagnostic visit from your AC or quality heater repair service will ensure your unit is properly handled and will get you back up and running as quickly as possible.

Sometimes heating and air conditioning repair can become a bit more costly than a simple leak repair or filter change. In these times, you may wonder whether you should move forward with the HVAC repair costs or invest in a new replacement unit.

In many cases, air conditioner units can simply be repaired, saving you the heftier cost of a brand-new unit. However, at some point, you may need to consider biting the bullet and purchasing an upgrade if you’re continually pouring funds into your old one. Generally speaking, air conditioners have a life expectancy of around 10-15 years, so if your unit is around that milestone and you find yourself beginning to spend more and more on AC or heat pump repair, it may be a good time to plan for a new system.

If you’ve noticed ice formations anywhere on your air conditioner, you’re dealing with a freeze-up condition that needs addressed immediately. When your unit begins to freeze up, it likely means one of two things: improper air flow or low/leaking coolant.

Since your air conditioner requires efficient airflow to allow the coils to remain warm, a blockage or fan issue can quickly cause a freeze up. By the same token, a leak in coolant can also cause the coils to get too cold, leading to the inevitable freeze up. If you notice ice forming anywhere on your unit, call for repairs as soon as possible.

If you’re having issues with your air conditioning unit, there are a few things you can check on your own before rushing to call for professional servicing. Sometimes cooling issues are a simple fix and knowing what to look for can save you from a service call.

Your first step should always be to check the power supply. Make sure your system is properly connected and that the breakers have not been tripped. If your power supply is good, clean out around your unit to free it from any debris that might be blocking the airflow. Finally, make sure your filters are clean and not keeping your unit from running properly.

There are many factors that can influence the overall lifespan of your A/C but as a general rule, most central air units should last between 10 and 15 years. How you maintain your unit will greatly affect its expected longevity.

If you want to extend the life of your system, make sure you keep up with routine maintenance on it. Change your filters regularly (a minimum of four times per year or with the change of each season), keep it free from debris on the exterior, and keep your thermostat set higher to avoid excessive wear on your compressor.

Generally, most homes do not need regular air duct cleaning. There are circumstances, however, that would warrant a thorough cleaning of your ventilation system.

If you haven’t been vigilant about keeping the filters cleaned for your A/C, you may want to consider cleaning the ducts as a clogged filter would allow dirt, allergens, and debris to gather in the ductwork. Other signs you should have your ducts cleaned include any visible mold growth, improper air flow, or hearing sounds while your unit is running.

If you’ve noticed water leaking from your air conditioner, you’re likely dealing with a clogged drain line. When air conditioners are subjected to things like dirt, grime, or sludge, they can easily become clogged, causing water to back up and leak into your home. Any time you notice a leak from your air conditioner, it’s important to immediately contact a repair service for AC Plumbing and heating in North Hollywood to avoid any further damage.


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Mor Air Inc.

Phone: (818) 203-2878


Monday          7:00 AM – 5:00PM

Tuesday         7:00 AM – 5:00PM

Wednesday   7:00 AM – 5:00PM

Thursday       7:00 AM – 5:00PM

Friday             7:00 AM – 5:00PM

Saturday         9:00AM – 2:00PM

Sunday           10:00AM – 1:00PM

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