Background Checked and Drug Tested

We make sure our employees at Xtreme Air Services pass background checks and drug tests. We only hire the best workers – then we train them to an even higher standard.

Licensed, Registered, Insured Workers

Each of our HVAC technicians is fully registered, licensed and carries general liability and workers compensation insurance. We’re certified refrigerant handlers too.

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Trusted Across Dallas For Residential And Commercial HVAC Service

You can rely on Xtreme Air Services – just as your friend and neighbors across the Dallas area do. We’re the quality choice in HVAC sales, service and installation, and we’re ready to serve you with the speed and professionalism you need. For emergency heating and air service or scheduled maintenance, now is the right time to contact us.

You may see other HVAC contractors on Dallas roads, but no other company is more committed to its customers or to the best practices in the industry. When you need us, our trained and industry-leading professionals are always ready to assist you.

Quick And Precise Residential HVAC Service

We know what it’s like to be uncomfortable in your own home. That why we’re the team you can trust to get things working again quickly and without damage to your Dallas home. From a simple repair to a new HVAC system install, we’re the right pick. Depend on us in situations like these:

Also, let us tell you how a maintenance contract can help you keep your system clean and working well too. Our goal is simple steps to prevent big problems.

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Speedy Commercial Heating And Air Service

At your Dallas business, broken heating and air system or problems with your refrigeration equipment can make a dent in your bottom line. But we’re ready to come quickly, work inconspicuously and get things working optimally again.

Let us help you with these situations:

We take real pride in employing a team of respected professionals who come to your place of business in uniform and in company vehicles ready to solve most issues the same day. When we need more time, we arrange an appointment to complete work on your schedule.

Here For You And Your HVAC Service Needs

It’s time to contact us for same-day repair and service to your home or commercial HVAC equipment. And it’s time to expect no-haggle pricing, clean and careful work and accurate repairs. When you reach out to Xtreme Air Dallas, you can rely on us to go to the extreme for you. It’s what we do – and we’re the best at HVAC work in Dallas and beyond.

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Frequently Asked Questions to Common HVAC Problems

When is it a good idea to buy a new HVAC system?
We understand that buying a new air conditioning and heating system is a major purchase that must be carefully considered. But it makes sense to purchase a new system when you existing one is old, needs significant repairs or is performing inefficiently. A general rule of thumb is that any system over 10 years old needs to be replaced because of increasing efficiency in the industry. Today’s systems are as much as 60 percent more efficient that those made a decade ago and have other long-term benefits. In addition to utility savings from upgrading, you save on repairs for years to come. Repair bills for older systems are significantly higher than for new ones.
How can I select the right heating and air conditioning system?

It makes sense to consult with experts when choosing something as important as an HVAC system because there are many choices on the market today. Experts can draw on vast training and extensive experience to help you make the right decision. Factor that must be considered in the decision-making process include:

  • the age and size of your home or commercial building
  • the number of rooms to be conditioned
  • the local climate
  • how much utilities cost at your location
  • whether there are any utility rebates or incentives
  • and more.

Considering these factors and anything else they deem relevant, HVAC professionals can determine which system is right. There is no one system type or brand that’s right in all cases.

How can I determine what size my HVAC unit should be?
Factors that can impact the size of a new HVAC system for your home or commercial building include the local climate and humidity, how many windows are in your structure, the total square footage, which direction the building faces, how many heat-producing appliances you have and what kind of insulation you have. An HVAC dealer can do calculations that determine exactly how much heating and cooling capacity you need based on these and other factors.
What is involved in installing an HVAC system?
Much of the installation includes getting the ductwork right. If there has never been central heat or air in your home or business, ductwork must be installed. We must also install insulation, refrigerant piping, electrical wiring, a thermostat and various types of other piping. You may also require a chimney liner, a mounting slab for the outdoor unit and more. Of course, registers and grills must be installed for the air to flow as well. Supply ductwork is installed to deliver air to the various zones of your home or business while return air ductwork must also be installed to supply air to the units. We can determine all the details of how much ductwork you need and what size it should be. For homes with existing ductwork, repairs or redesign may be necessary for the best efficiency. We may also need to replace the thermostat or other installed components, depending on their age and condition.
How long will a new HVAC system last?

A variety of factors come into play in determining how long an HVAC system will last in a specific business or home, but one things is certain: proper scheduled maintenance is essential for efficient operation and long system life.

If all recommended maintenance is performed and service is done when necessary, an air conditioning system can last 12 to 15 years or perhaps longer. Gas furnaces are even more robust and can last from 20 to 25 years.


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