The company was founded in December 5, 2017 year, today the company is one of the HVAC Contractor in Tiaong, Quezon leading the LG Brand of Air conditioners in Aircon Business.
G Plus Home Comfort HVAC Services Inc., is a Tiaong, Quezon based Company that takes pride in providing high quality service of HVAC throughout the Quezon Province region of the Philippines. The company was a SEC registered company dated February 2018, meanwhile, BIR Lucena City and LGU local business registration was fulfilled dated March 2018. The company was originated in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia thru relentless effort, hard work and gained experience from their previous work. The Company Visionary Founder & CEO Mr. Glennon Marasigan was aiming to be the "Number One" HVAC provider company who provides quality human comfort and advance technology in Heating, Ventilating & Air-conditioning Installation, Repairing & Maintenance services in the whole province of Quezon Philippines.
The company was develop and nurtured by their years of experience which is benchmark in LG Standards overseas.
The company has a Professional Degree in Refrigeration and Airconditioning Technology in Southern Luzon State University Philippines and work as Production Manager in LG-Electronics Air conditioner Manufacturing Plant in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia having 14 years of experience in AC Production for both Residential Air conditioners, Commercial Air conditioners and Air Handling Units.
The company was specializes in the design, supply and installation of air conditioning systems and ventilation systems.
Our team is capable to solve any problem of the customer technically competently and cost-effectively. The company supplies air conditioning equipment of varying degrees of complexity to the market, allowing you to meet even the most demanding tastes, and also implement engineering solutions in creation of a supportive and comfortable environment in offices, shops, industrial premises and apartments.
(1) How to quick estimate Air-conditioner size based on room loads?
Basically, for new homes, use the full HVAC design process, which starts with Manual J, the heating and cooling load calculation protocol from the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA), the trade association for AC contractors. Mostly, Certified HVAC Technician can calculate this for you. For existing homes, the best way to do it is to see how long your current air conditioner runs when it’s at the design conditions.
Each air conditioner has an energy efficiency rating that lists how many BTU’s per hour are used for each watt of power it draws. This information was basically mentioned on its label quality of the indoor or even outdoor unit.
(3) How to know your exact location via Map Coordinates?
GPS Coordinates was needed to quickly track the customers location whenever you need a home service from our company. Our Customer need to know basic method in finding GPS Coordinates by Mobile Phone using either iphone or Android Smart Phone. This guidelines will give help to our precious customers in order to avoid time waiting loss or other recurring calls.
(4) My air conditioning unit has broken down again! Is it worth repairing or am I better off replacing it?
The answer depends on a number of factors:
How old is the unit? If it’s more than 10 years old, and especially if it has a history of problems, it may be more cost-effective to replace it.
Has it been well maintained? If the unit has been regularly cleaned and tuned up, and the parts are in good condition, it’s much more likely that you can keep it going longer. What’s broken? If the problem is the compressor or leaky coils, it’s probably too expensive to repair it. On the other hand, if it’s an electrical problem, it may be a simple and inexpensive fix.
Find a certified HVAC contractor in your vicinity that is equally versed in repairs and new equipment installations, and get some trustworthy advice to help you decide.
(5) How long can I expect my new air conditioner to last?
Most residential air conditioners are built to last 15 to 20 years. However, there are a number of conditions that can shorten this life expectancy. When outdoor and rooftop units are exposed to sun, rain and salt air, as they are in coastal areas, corrosion and buildup of debris can cause damage to parts. The same goes for exposure to corrosive chemicals as often happens in manufacturing plants. Neglect is probably the most common cause of an air conditioner’s early demise. Your system needs to be regularly cleaned and maintained in order to get the maximum life expectancy. That means at least twice per year (once before start-up in the summer and once after system shut-down in the rainy season) you need to call in a certified HVAC professional to thoroughly clean and tune up your air conditioner.
(6) Does spending the money on regular maintenance really beneficial and worth for the price?
Yes, it absolutely does! Regular inspection, cleaning and tune-ups by a certified HVAC contractor in your vicinity prevent breakdowns, prolong the life of your system, and even save money on energy bills. Here’s how:
When debris and deposits build up on the air conditioner’s coils, fan blades and other parts, the metal corrodes, leading to refrigerant leaks and eventually, system failure. It also creates a drain on the system, forcing it to run constantly in order to keep the space cool and using more electricity in the process.
Cleaning the unit regularly ensures that it runs at optimal efficiency and keeps the parts in good condition so they last longer.
(7) Can’t I have my maintenance staff do the cleaning or by myself alone?
In some cases you can. Especially if your air conditioner is under heavy load, having your cleaning crew or by yourself periodically dust the coils and remove debris around the unit is a great idea. Make sure they don’t use water around the electrical components! However, you still need to have the system cleaned at least twice a year by a professional. We use special chemical cleaners to remove scale and buildup, and we clean parts that are dangerous for untrained maintenance staff to handle, such as the fan blade, control box and cycle parts. We keep drain lines clear and empty drip pans to prevent mold growth. Certified HVAC techs check electrical connections, refrigerant charge, and also inspect the entire system for worn parts and any signs of impending trouble. You don’t want your cleaning staff handling these tasks.
(8) My electric bill increased every summer when the air conditioner is running. How can I reduce this expense?
There are many ways to substantially improve the energy efficiency of your air conditioner, including changing the filters, keeping up with preventative maintenance such as cleaning the coils and fan blades, and using a programmable smart device. You can also save a great deal by adjusting the temperature by just a few degrees, especially during times when building occupation is reduced. You’ll save the most by replacing an older system with a new "Inverter Technology" of air conditioners. A new unit uses so much less electricity that it can pay for itself in energy savings in a surprisingly short period of time. You can calculate how much you’ll save if you know the EER rating of your current system. Refer to FAQ's : What is EER and how to calculate? or refer to our company brochures and flyers for a deal.