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Certified Technicians
Residential & Commercial

Air Conditioning and Heating Repair and Installation Experts in Livermore Serving Contra Costa Bay Area and Beyond

Bradford Air & Heating provides HVAC services for both residential and commercial customers in Contra Costa County, Alameda County and Livermore. We repair, install, and maintain HVAC systems with our team of licensed and certified cooling and heating technicians. We deliver exceptional customer service and receive high satisfaction ratings from our customers.

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Indoor Air Quality Solutions & Services

Indoor Air Quality HVAC Solutions

Our indoor air quality solutions reduce the amount of mold, dust and other allergens from your environment. Contact us now to find out more about our efficient, cost-effective systems.

Residential & Commercial Heating & Furnaces

Residential & Commercial Heating & Furnace Services

If you’re in need of heating services, you can trust our team of HVAC specialists to do the job right. We use state-of-the-art diagnostic tools, premium products, and top brands.

Residential & Commercial Air Conditioning

Residential & Commercial Air Conditioning Repair And Installation

Whether you need air conditioning repair or a new HVAC system, Bradford Air & Heating offers multiple options for different budgets to keep you cool in the Bay Area. Give us a call today!

About Bradford Air & Heating

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ABOUT OUR COMPANY

Bradford Air & Heating provides HVAC services for both residential and commercial customers in the San Francisco Bay Area, specifically Contra Costa County, Alameda County, and Livermore. We repair, install, and maintain HVAC systems with our team of licensed and certified cooling and heating technicians. We deliver exceptional customer service and receive high satisfaction ratings from our customers.

In Livermore, we get lots of calls from customers with furnaces that are making loud noises, blowing cold air, not producing any heat, or just not working at all. It could be a number of reasons from a dirty filter, no natural gas provided to the home or it has suffered a break down due to poor maintenance.

Our trucks are stocked with transformers, thermostats, control boards, several ignition systems, blower and exhaust fans, limit switches, safety switches, fuses, and most other common heating system parts to repair most any brand of system.

Our trucks are fully stocked with common repair parts so our technicians can fix your heating system on the first visit.

Here are some of the most common heating system problems and complaints:

  1. Lack of Maintenance
    Regular maintenance from a licensed contractor is a must.
  2. Dirty Filter
    It should be changed every 3 months.
  3. Pilot Or Ignition System Failure
    Dirt and poor maintenance is the main cause of failure.
  4. Thermostat Malfunction
    Check and change the batteries, thermometer with a 7-day program will save you money on utility bills.
  5. Mechanical Wear and Tear
    Most systems are made to last 15 to 20 years depending on the climate. It’s always a good idea to have a safety service done every year to keep your family safe.
  6. Unusual Furnace/Heater Noises
    Odd noises could be an indication of mechanical failure, motor bearing orb other. Replacing a motor, bearing, or fan blade may be needed to fix the problem. It’s not a good idea to ignore these warning signs.
  7. Blown Fuses or Tripped Breakers
    The most common reason for a blown fuse or breaker is a heater or furnace that is being overworked or one that is not sized properly.
  8. Dirty Heat Exchanger or Evaporator Coil
    Lack of regular maintenance is most likely the cause of this. Dirt and debris can clog the system and significantly reduced the efficiency and shorten the life span.
  9. Blower Runs Continuously
    This can happen for a few reasons, a tripped and bad safety switch, fan on at the thermostat, or summer switch. Check the thermostat setting before you make a call for service.
  10. Water Leaks
    If you have a high-efficiency gas furnace it could have a backed-up condensate or cracked drain line. A service technician can determine the source of the problem.