Pan Am Air Has A History of Stellar Installs and Repairs.
30 years of Experience with Solving Difficult Installation Problems Makes us Ready to Solve Yours
Miami is so hot it sizzles. The entire world associates Miami with fun under the scorching sun, and heat is the reason tourists come here, but those smiling faces become unhappy in a hurry if the air conditioning system fails. Pan Am Air won’t let anyone stand against the searing Miami heat alone. Count on us to provide reliable service and installation of the finest cooling technology available. We’ve been staring down the blast-furnace-in-a-swamp that is Miami’s weather for over thirty years. Rely on us to take out the dragon while you discover how sweet it is to live in America’s favorite resort.
Our single most effective weapon against Miami’s fire is our vast technical know-how. A knack for engineering helps us match the right equipment to a particular problem. It also comes in handy when we’re assessing the space in which some high-tech equipment will be installed, or solving the myriad problems that arise when space age cooling units have to get cozy with jazz age buildings. Word gets around when a company makes light work of tricky installation situations. Pan Am Air Conditioning has consulted to international projects in Mexico and Europe. We meet and exceed the high expectations of our corporate clients, and our determination to keep our residential customers completely informed earns us their recommendations and repeat business.
Whether we’re representing the cool life in an office high rise or a bungalow, Pan Am Air is up-to-the-minute on every important innovation in our field. New products and design continuously chip away at the high cost of cooling Miami’s fabled architecture and its nascent data centers. Knowing the options available to our clients and cultivating our genuine consideration for them, we provide quiet, hard-working cooling systems at very competitive prices. Make Pan Am Air of Miami your ally against the tropic sun, and get ready for a cold, hard blast of central air.