Serving Neighborhoods Surrounding Langhorne, King of Prussia, Doylestown & Marlton for 49 Years
At Action Air Conditioning and Heating, we have been providing customers in the Greater Philadelphia area with heating and air conditioning services since 1967. Our longevity in the business says it all—we are a company our customers have come to trust and spread the word about, because who doesn’t last this long without a spectacular word of mouth?!
We are an HVAC company that provides a number of maintenance, repair and installation services. These not only include the installation of various new heating and air conditioning systems, but we can also perform heating repair jobs, and we have also come to be known as an air conditioning repair company residents have come to rely on since the beginning. In fact, with our roots based in Bucks County, we will always seek to provide the best services for those who have been around and with us since Manny Lomas started the company.
Action HVAC Repair, A Name You Can Trust in Pennsylvania & New Jersey Since 1967! A+ Rating on Angie's List & BBB
"If It Is A Job Worth Doing, Then it is a Job Worth Doing Right!"
Mr. Lomas was a man who believed in getting the job done right the first time out. In fact, if it was a job worth doing he said, then it was a job worth doing right! We have carried this saying—and his tradition throughout the years, and we attribute his great leadership as being one of the secrets to our success. Without his dedication to providing old-fashioned quality, values, and services, our company wouldn’t be the way it is today. That is why we provide top quality AC & heater repair services in Bucks County, Montgomery County in Pennsylvania and New Jersey!
Call Today for Immediate HVAC Service with Main Offices in Levittown, New Hope, Cherry Hill
Action Air Conditioning and Heating's HVAC technicians are all drug tested before they are hired, and each one of them is EPA certified. We only hire the best of the best, and you will see that when our technicians arrive, open the door, and knock to provide their initial “Hello!” Just let them know what you need done and they will have it covered!