About Green Air, Inc. Air Conditioning & Heating

Green Air, Inc. Air Conditioning & Heating is a full service heating and air conditioning company servicing Los Angeles County, Ventura County and Santa Barbara County.

We offer the very best in high efficiency heating and cooling products including central split systems, package units, mini split ductless systems, energy efficient insulted ducting, thermostats and indoor air quality products.

Our quality trained installers and technicians install service and repair all major heating and air conditioning brands like Lennox, Trane, Carrier, Mitsubishi, Rheem, Daikin, York, Amana, Heil, Goodman and more. Green Air, Inc. Air Conditioning and Heating has met the top brand’s stringent standards and is committed to being the best in every aspect of our business: installation, service, maintenance, employee training, and customer satisfaction.

We are a BBB accredited company that has passed a strict review process. We hire NATE Certified technicians. North American Technician Excellence, Inc. (NATE) is the leading certification program for technicians in the heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC) industry and is the only test supported by the entire industry.

We also offer financing offers, promotions, and utility rebates while always putting our customers FIRST! Please see our specials page for current offers, rebates and financing specials and call us for any additional available specials.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q What size system should I have installed?
A The right size system is paramount in your home. Too large and your system will short cycle and not control humidity correctly. Too small and it will run continuously. We offer a free in-home analysis. We will be happy to configure just the right system for your needs.

Q Is a bigger furnace or air conditioner better? 
A No it is not. Bigger is not always better in the HVAC industry. A larger air conditioner uses more electricity and costs more to purchase, install and upkeep. A properly sized unit will provide the most efficient energy use and most comfort in your home. When buying a home comfort system, selecting the right size is crucial. For instance, an air conditioner that is too large will cool your home quickly but you still may not feel comfortable. It will satisfy the thermostat before it can remove sufficient moisture from the air. However, a system that is too small just cannot get the job done. We can help you determine the right size system for your home comfort needs.

Q How often should I change my filters? 
A Check filters every two months and replace as needed.

Q I would like to upgrade to a new high efficiency furnace or air conditioner. Do you offer financing? 
A We do offer Financing. You can apply online or call us to ask about your specific needs.

Q I like to keep my house very cool in the summer would a new unit help with costs? 
A If you have a 15 year old unit it could be as little as 6 SEER. Most people set their thermostat around 78 degrees in the summer to save costs and with a new Trane high efficiency air conditioner you could save as much as $600 per summer on a typical 4 ton unit while having your thermostat set a few degrees colder.

Q What are the benefits of a programmable thermostat? 
A A Programmable thermostat is programmed for when you leave your house and then return home. The thermostat turns of the furnace during the hours you are not home so that energy is not used to keep the house warm while you are at work. The thermostat will then turn back on 30 minutes before you come home so your house is at the perfect temperature when you are home. These thermostats save up to 15% on your energy bills during the winter and 10% in the summer.

Q Why are furnaces and air conditioners so noisy? 
A They are not noisy if you install new Trane components in your system. Old units were not built with the quality materials that are used today. Trane also installs sound insulators on the compressor as well as a weather guard top that not only reduces noise but increases the life of the unit by not letting debris get into the system.

Q When I am on vacation should I turn off my furnace to save energy? 
A common setting is 85 degrees in the summer if you have air conditioning and 60 in the winter if you will be gone for a couple of days. These settings will keep most plants alive and will keep pipes from freezing and bursting in the winter.

Service Areas

Agoura Hills
Alhambra
Arcadia
Artesia
Avalon
Azusa
Baldwin Park
Bell
Bell Gardens
Bellflower
Beverly Hills
Bradbury
Burbank
Calabasas
Camarillo
Carson
Cerritos
Claremont
Commerce
Compton
Covina
Cudahy
Culver City
Diamond Bar
Downey
Duarte
El Monte
El Segundo
Gardena
Glendale
Glendora

Hawaiian Gardens
Hawthorne
Hermosa Beach
Hidden Hills
Huntington Park
Industry
Inglewood
Irwindale
La Cañada Flintridge
La Habra Heights
La Mirada
La Puente
La Verne
Lakewood
Lancaster
Lawndale
Lomita
Long Beach
Los Angeles
Lynwood
Malibu
Manhattan Beach
Maywood
Monrovia
Montebello
Monterey Park
Norwalk
Palmdale
Palos Verdes Estates
Paramount

Pasadena
Pico Rivera
Pomona
Rancho Palos Verdes
Redondo Beach
Rolling Hills
Rolling Hills Estates
Rosemead
San Dimas
San Fernando
San Gabriel
San Marino
Santa Clarita
Santa Fe Springs
Santa Monica
Sierra Madre
Signal Hill
Simi Valley
South El Monte
South Gate
South Pasadena
Temple City
Torrance
Vernon
Ventura
Walnut
West Covina
West Hollywood
Westlake Village
Whittier