FAQ - CAC - Central Air Conditioning, Inc.FAQ


What areas do you service?

  • Our company currently covers as far north as Stuart and south to Kendall and we’re still growing!


Do you use subcontractors?

  • No. CAC employs all of its’ workers directly so you will only deal with certified CAC technicians and plumbers and quality customer service and contracts representatives.


How do I set up a contract with CAC?

  • Simply give us a call, answer a few question’s and your application will be in the mail or faxed to that day. There is no waiting period, or home inspections required.


Can I set up a service call without a contract?

  • Yes. We do not only service your home with a contract. We can send one of our qualified technician’s out to your home and they will give you a complete estimate before doing anything.


What is a Preventative Maintenance and when should I have it done?

  • An a/c preventative maintenance is like an oil change, but for your air conditioner. We advise having them done twice but at least once a year. Living in Florida, with such high humidity, our a/c units are subject to algae clogged drain lines. This causes a/c leaking even floods. A routine maintenance can also increase the efficiency of your unit as well as allow us find any minor problems before they become major. Call us to set up your a/c maintenance today!


What are some tips that can help lower my monthly electric bill?

  • Programmable thermostats can make a big difference in energy consumption. Programmable thermostats are used to maintain the temperature you want throughout your home. So if you’re going to be away, you can set your home at an energy-saving temperature to avoid heating or cooling an empty house. You can then program your thermostat to have your living areas comfortable by the time you arrive home.
  • Make sure you change or clean you’re a/c filter each month to help maintain the efficiency of your unit.
  • Consider having your air ducts cleaned to rid allergy causing dust mites, and blockages built up over time that may be preventing air from flowing through.
  • Tinting your homes windows can also help greatly. Solar tints can decrease the amount of sunlight that enters your home thus reducing the amount of cooling your home will need.
  • Try to remember turning off lights and fans in unoccupied rooms.
  • You may also consider switching to more energy efficient LED or fluorescent light bulbs.