I spent quite a bit of time researching A/C before purchasing and installing in my Sacramento home. We live in Sacramento and it doesn’t get too hot but there’s a month or two in the summer where the heat can get oppressive in the house. I wanted an inexpensive, small, window A/C to increase the comfort. I wanted something small enough that I can store it the other 10 months if needed, without having to have an expensive central air system installed.
Anyway, I have a window A/C unit installed in our main living room. We are in a 1940’s box bungalow so this room is about half of the width and length of the house. The bedrooms and kitchen connect to it. With it on HI cool/Max(7) the entire house has been very cold and huge amounts of water have been pulled out. We keep a few box fans around to circulate air so I can move the cold air around. Unfortunately our portable A/C unit started to lose power when August rolled around and the heat in Sacramento started to creep into the 90s. So we called Alley Heating and Air. A local air conditioning repair service we had used in a previous house to see if they could help repair our portable unit.
Alley Heating and Air came out the same day and did a full inspection on our A/C. Although they suggested the cost of repair would outweigh the cost of buying a replacement, I appreciated their quality of service, their honesty, and their prompt arrival to fix my A/C.
Alley Heating and Air is a Sacramento based A/C repair service