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HVAC Contractor-Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration|Dimatic Control LLC  Specializes in Heating, Air Conditioning, Ventilation & Refrigeration Services near you. We service and maintain all cooling and heating application from commercial to residential including: Heating and Cooling Units, Boilers, Furnaces, Roof Top Package and Split Units, Air Conditioning System, Ice Machine, Ovens, Refrigerators, Exhaust Fan (Restaurant Equipment) and more.

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 Annual Service

Get your Hot Water/Steam Boiler, Central Air Conditioning system back in tip top shape for the coming season with a annual maintenance from the professionals. Save yourself the headache and call now.


Certified Technicians

Dimatic Control HVAC  Contractor hires trained professionals to provide daily service Maintenance, Installation and Repair on most Residential & Commercial Heating Ventilation, & Refrigeration Restaurant Equipment.



Dimatic Control, LLC HVAC  Contractor has been selected as a winner of the 2014 Best of HomeAdvisor award. As a result we strive to meet 100% satisfaction and completion. Call today to schedule your Preventive Maintenance Service Today.

Installation, Repair, Service most HVAC&R Brand

DIY Maintenance Tips

Change Air Filters

Clean your air filter – doing so can lower your air conditioner’s energy consumption. You should wash your reusable filter or replace disposable filter once per month.

Clear Condenser Surroundings

When planting shrubs, don’t block the access panels or the coil. Plan to keep 18 to 30 inches around the unit.Don’t grow a garden or plant exotic flowers around the outdoor unit. Instead place a stone or gravel below the base. Don’t plant prickly bushes like roses or holly around the unit.

Set Thermostat for comfort

Setting the air conditioner to a colder temperature won’t cool down your house any quicker – it just keeps the unit running longer and harder than necessary. So set to around 74°.