Complete Air Conditioning Services For Your Home
Dr HVAC provides all the air conditioner services you could ever need, all backed by our guarantee. Whether you need repairs, a tune up for better efficiency, or a new system you will love our reliable service.
We work on both central air conditioning and ductless (mini-split) air conditioning systems in local homes.
If you live in our service area, we can help with tune ups, repairs, and new system installations. We service Brampton, Mississauga, Oakville, Vaughan, Milton, Peel, Maple, Concord, Woodbridge, and Caledon.
WHY CHOOSE US
Dr HVAC is certified by these independent organizations.
Air Conditioner Repair
When air conditioners break down in the middle of the night during the hottest time of the year, you can’t afford to wait. Our emergency air conditioner repair service is on-call 24/7/365. Learn why we’re so proud of our air conditioner repair services.
Air Conditioning Maintenance
Just like your car, your air conditioning needs annual maintenance to work efficiently and reach its full working life span. It costs surprisingly little (especially if you take advantage of our tune-up special). And you know what? It will save you money and headaches as well!
What to Expect
We believe that making an informed decision on a new air conditioner shouldn’t be a painful process.
Looking for a new air conditioner isn’t easy. In fact, it can get overwhelming very quickly. For instance, what size do you need for your home? What energy efficiency rating will pay off in long term savings? Air conditioners come with different features and benefits, and not every one is right for everyone.
We provide both central air conditioning systems and ductless systems that are perfect for older homes without ductwork. If you prefer, we can also install custom ductwork for you.
We believe that making informed decisions shouldn’t be a difficult process. Dr HVAC’s friendly team is ready to equip you with the information you need in order to make an informed decision. We explain everything in everyday terms, so you aren’t overwhelmed with a lot of tech-speak.