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Cindy A.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

1 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would say, call them before anyone else. They were on time and on budget. I have three children and that makes a difference.

They called us if they were going to be late, and always kept us in the loop.

Lori G.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

2 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They were very good and very knowledgeable. The person who came out was very nice and very helpful.

He was very professional and reasonable. He took a difficult situation and turned it around.

Annette G.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

3 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I feel they provided me with great customer service. Their attention to detail was great, and they left everything pristine. I'm a senior citizen on a limited income, and I felt very safe with them in my home.

The price was right, and the great customer service was very important to me.

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Gil Medrano Jr., Owner

All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. provides services that include the installation and repair of heaters, furnaces, and air conditioners; HVAC maintenance plans; duct cleaning; and the installation of humidifiers, ventilators, and electronic air cleaners made by industry leader Bryant. The company serves residential and commercial clients in Solano, Napa, Sonoma, Yolo, and Contra Costa Counties.

Owner Gil Medrano Jr. says All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning’s ability to solve complicated HVAC problems has been an important aspect of its success. “We really enjoy the technical challenges that come with this type of work, and we draw upon our expertise to fix most problems relatively quickly. Our customers know we won’t leave until their HVAC units are in excellent working condition.”

All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning matches every client with an HVAC system that meets their particular needs—an honest approach that Mr. Medrano Jr. says isn’t a given in the industry. “We never try to oversell our customers or recommend systems that don’t make sense for their situations. For example, high-efficiency HVAC systems are great, but they don’t always fit every individual, so if a customer has different needs, we’ll recommend something else.”

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Solano County
Napa County
Sonoma County
Yolo County
Contra Costa County

SERVICES PERFORMED

Indoor Air Quality
HVAC Repair, Installation & Maintenance
Duct Cleaning, Repair & Installation

BRANDS Supported
  • Bryant

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All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. provides services that include the installation and repair of heaters, furnaces, and air conditioners; HVAC maintenance plans; duct cleaning; and the installation of humidifiers, ventilators, and electronic air cleaners made by industry leader Bryant. The company serves residential and commercial clients in Solano, Napa, Sonoma, Yolo, and Contra Costa Counties.

Owner Gil Medrano Jr. says All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning’s ability to solve complicated HVAC problems has been an important aspect of its success. “We really enjoy the technical challenges that come with this type of work, and we draw upon our expertise to fix most problems relatively quickly. Our customers know we won’t leave until their HVAC units are in excellent working condition.”

All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning matches every client with an HVAC system that meets their particular needs—an honest approach that Mr. Medrano Jr. says isn’t a given in the industry. “We never try to oversell our customers or recommend systems that don’t make sense for their situations. For example, high-efficiency HVAC systems are great, but they don’t always fit every individual, so if a customer has different needs, we’ll recommend something else.”

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Company Philosophy

"Everything we do is based on three principles: integrity, honesty and fairness. We do whatever it takes to find solutions to our customers' HVAC problems. At the end of the day, we want them to feel like they got exactly what they asked for."

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Comparative Summary

Maintaining customer satisfaction is a crucial aspect of any business, but it’s even more important for HVAC contractors that have earned the prestigious Diamond Certified award. For All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc., the key to achieving and maintaining high levels of customer satisfaction is simple: take a comprehensive, detail-oriented approach to every job, regardless of its size. “We want to make sure every customer is happy, so we never compromise on the quality of our work,” says owner Gil Medrano Jr. “It makes us feel good to consistently produce such great results, and it lets our clients know we’re running a quality business that really cares about helping people.”

All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning has been providing services that improve indoor air quality for residential and commercial clients in Solano, Napa, Sonoma, and Contra Costa Counties since 2003. The company primarily focuses on installing humidifiers, ventilators and electronic air cleaners made by industry leader Bryant, but it’s also qualified to repair, install and maintain all types of HVAC systems.

Unlike less experienced HVAC contractors that give estimates over the phone without seeing the jobs in question, All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning provides a free in-home estimate for every installation and repair project. “It’s difficult to provide an accurate estimate without looking at the system because certain issues might be symptoms of other unseen problems,” explains Mr. Medrano. “It takes in-person diagnostics by a trained professional to solve most HVAC problems, and that’s exactly what we provide.”

Another distinguishing attribute of All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning is its commitment to solving its clients’ HVAC issues instead of trying to upsell them on new equipment. “Heating and air conditioning is all about air flow, and that’s where our expertise lies,” says Mr. Medrano. “Instead of just installing new furnaces, we take the time to diagnose ventilation and ductwork, which helps us get to the root of each problem rather than relying on selling unnecessary equipment.”

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Industry Info

If you want a healthier home, indoor air quality is a great place to start. Most modern homes are airtight and sound-resistant, but homeowners pay a price for that efficiency in the form of stale, contaminated, recycled air. Luckily, good HVAC contractors can improve your home’s indoor air quality via filtration systems and high-quality equipment. “Many homes don’t ventilate well, and you should definitely be aware of that for your health’s sake,” says Gil Medrano Jr., owner of All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. in Vacaville. “Homes have a lot of chemicals in the form of paint and carpeting, but good ventilation and fresh air counteract that and provide a cleaner indoor environment.”

Mr. Medrano says the best air filtration systems capture airborne particulates like molecules, gasses, formaldehyde, chloroform, mold, mildew, algae and pollen. “MERV filters attack these molecules, oxygenate them and turn them into air that’s safe to breathe.” Other air sanitizing systems use ultraviolet lights to scrub and sanitize air as it passes through the filtration systems.

Getting cleaner air in your home
If you’re in the market for a new HVAC system, make sure the one you choose has features that are designed to improve indoor air quality. Then, hire a qualified contractor who can install the system to code so it operates correctly.

If your existing system still works well, there’s no need to replace it. “You can retrofit for better indoor air quality,” says Mr. Medrano. “The first step is to make sure your existing duct system is sealed. If your duct system leaks and draws in contaminated air, it’ll spread that air to your home.” Duct leaks in attics, crawlspaces, garages or between walls can bring in toxins, diseased air, mold, allergens and other particles you don’t want to breathe.

Once your ducts are sealed, it’s time to clean out the furnace and ducts and add good air filtration systems to the unit. “A good filtration system makes a lot of sense,” affirms Mr. Medrano. “Maintaining good indoor air quality will keep you and your family healthier.”

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How much does a new HVAC unit cost?

A: It depends on the size of your home and your preferences. In order to determine exactly what you need, our technicians will come to your home and provide a free estimate for the expected cost of your installation.

Q: Do you charge a diagnostic fee?

A: Yes, we charge $79 to diagnose any existing equipment that needs to be serviced or repaired.

Q: Do you make appointments or give a service window?

A: We provide a service window—it’s usually two hours, but on very busy days, it can be as much as four hours. We always confirm appointments the day before, and we’ll call when we’re on our way or if we’re running late. We want our customers to get the best possible service, so our technicians only take one call at a time, which means they don’t have to hurry through an appointment.

Q: Do you offer an annual maintenance service?

A: Yes. Our annual maintenance contract includes a tune-up for the furnace in the fall and the air conditioner in the spring, and participants never pay fees for service calls.

Q: Can you tell me if my furnace or air conditioner is safe to run or needs to be replaced?

A: Yes, we’ll come to your home and provide that service at no cost.

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Gil Medrano: All-Weather Man

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

VACAVILLE — When Gil Medrano’s first job out of high school didn’t pan out, he didn’t realize it would free him up for a much bigger opportunity. “I had just quit my landscaping job because the business owner couldn’t pay us,” he remembers. “That very same day, I was telling my friend about what happened and he asked me if I was interested in working with him in the HVAC field. I took him up on the offer, and after doing it for a while, I decided I liked the trade and was going to stick with it.”

It was a long road to reach his desired professional destination, but Gil says it was the best route he could’ve taken. “I’ve always wanted to have my own business, and I considered going for it a couple of times early in my career. However, in hindsight, I can see that I wasn’t ready. Later, I went back to school and got my bachelor’s degree in electronic engineering, which advanced me in the field and equipped me with a lot of valuable knowledge.” In 2000, Gil obtained his contractor’s license and soon thereafter achieved his dream of business ownership.

Today, as owner of All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc., Gil says that while most of his time is spent in the office, he still prefers working in the field. “These days, I spend more time working on the business than for the business, but when things get really busy, I get to go out and do hands-on work. I still enjoy diagnosing and repairing HVAC problems, but what I like most of all is meeting and interacting with our customers.”

A resident of Vacaville (where he lives with his wife and business partner, Caroline), Gil expresses his fond feeling toward his long-time locale. “I was born in Hayward but I moved to Vacaville when I was a boy, so I consider it my hometown,” he says. “We raised our five kids here, and now we have grandkids, so you might say we’ve established some pretty hardy roots.”

Outside of work, Gil spends the bulk of his free time engaged in outdoor activities. “Our kids and their families are all local, so we like doing family camping trips and going boating at Lake Berryessa and Lake Shasta,” he says. “I also do some off-road racing with my modified Volkswagen Beetle. In addition to racing locally, this will be the third year I’ve competed in the Baja 1000.”

In regard to his professional career, Gil says being a business owner is a 24/7 gig. “I think some people get the impression that running a business is easy, but it’s anything but. There’s really no time off, so you have to be willing to put in the time, even when you don’t want to. It takes a lot of dedication, a lot of hard work and a serious commitment.”

Not surprisingly, when asked the first thing he’d do if he could retire tomorrow, Gil says he’d take a vacation. “Even when I’m on vacation, I still have to deal with work in one way or another, so if I were to retire tomorrow, I’d take a long, relaxing trip with no phone calls. I have a good friend in North Carolina who I haven’t seen in a long time, so I might go hang out with him for a while.”

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Q: What’s your favorite sports team?
A: The Oakland Raiders.

Q: What’s your favorite style of music?
A: Rock and roll.

Q: What’s the strangest food you’ve ever eaten?
A: Escargot. We were on a cruise and they brought some out, so I decided to try it. It was pretty good.

Q: How do you like your eggs?
A: Over easy.

Q: Do you have a favorite movie?
A: I’m a huge fan of the “Star Wars” movies.

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  • The Importance of Properly Sized Ductwork

    VACAVILLE — When replacing your home’s heating and cooling unit, it’s critical to also address your duct system. Ductwork is responsible for distributing air throughout the home, which is a function that directly impacts the central unit’s performance. By addressing your ductwork in unison with central unit replacement, you can ensure proper functioning of your HVAC system as a whole.

    To understand the crucial role ductwork plays in HVAC unit efficiency, you’ll need to learn a little bit about how it works. A duct system has two sides: the “return,” which is responsible for drawing in air and pushing it through the central unit, and the “supply,” which carries the air into each individual room throughout the home.

    Since an HVAC unit has a specific airflow design, when the ductwork’s return is undersized, it restricts the amount of air the unit is able to draw in and push through to the supply side. This causes the unit to work harder than it’s designed to, which hampers efficient performance and creates potential mechanical problems. So, when replacing your central unit, it’s important to assess your ductwork and make sure it’s properly sized—only then will it be able to achieve the level of efficiency you’re looking for.

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  • Two Key Aspects of HVAC System Maintenance

    VACAVILLE — When it comes to your home’s heating and cooling system, regular maintenance is crucial to ensure longevity and efficient performance. In particular, there are two key aspects of maintenance that every homeowner should address:

    1. Change your furnace filter. The most important thing you can do independently to promote your HVAC system’s health (not to mention your own) is replace your air filter on a regular basis. Depending on the type of filter you use, it may need to be changed as often as once a month. Here’s an easy way to remember this critical maintenance step: When you get your utility bill each month, check your air filter to see if it needs to be replaced.

    2. Schedule an annual service appointment. The other vital aspect of HVAC maintenance requires the aid of a professional: having your system inspected once a year. During the inspection, your technician will look at several different things. For your heating system, he’ll make sure the gas pressures are accurate, the system is burning safely and there are no gas leaks. Additionally, he’ll clean the burners, fan motors and indoor coils, which will keep your system functioning efficiently.

    On the air conditioning side, your technician will clean the outdoor unit, coils, fan blades and other system components. He’ll also check and tighten the electrical connections, which will promote efficiency and help prevent potentially dangerous electrical shorts and/or arcing.

    By addressing these two key areas of HVAC system maintenance, you’ll enhance your home’s air quality and increase the lifespan of your system, all while saving money on your energy bills and avoiding costly repairs.

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  • Video: Importance of Properly Sized Ductwork

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    VACAVILLE — Host, Sarah Rutan: If you’re planning to install a new HVAC system, don’t overlook the importance of properly sized ductwork. Today we’re in Vacaville with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Gil Medrano of All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Gil Medrano: When replacing your heating and cooling system, it is very important to make sure you address your ducting system, considering it is the distribution of your air flow. There are two sides to the ducting system with your heating and air conditioning. The first side is the return which is responsible for drawing air and pushing it through the machine. The second side of your ducting system is your supply side which carries the air into each individual room.

    When your return ducting system is undersized, it doesn’t allow the furnace to draw in enough air flow to push through the unit and supply air into the home. You can compare this to the miles per gallon in a car. If you have a car that’s rated at 25 miles per gallon, that rating is at the speed limit. If you drive faster than the speed limit, the miles per gallon obviously drops.

    Airflow is measured in CFMs. And when the airflow is down, the efficiency of your heating and cooling system is down. Not to mention the fact that it’s hard for your system to work properly when the airflow is being choked off. It’s a mechanical piece of equipment. It’s got a specific airflow design, and when that system is compromised, it causes the machine to overwork, which can create mechanical problems as well as efficiency issues. So, when replacing your heating and cooling system, it’s very important to make sure that your ductwork is properly sized so that you can achieve the efficiency that you’re looking for.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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  • Video: Importance of Properly Sized Ductwork

    Complete Video Transcription:

    VACAVILLE — Host, Sarah Rutan: If you’re planning to install a new HVAC system, don’t overlook the importance of properly sized ductwork. Today we’re in Vacaville with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Gil Medrano of All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Gil Medrano: When replacing your heating and cooling system, it is very important to make sure you address your ducting system, considering it is the distribution of your air flow. There are two sides to the ducting system with your heating and air conditioning. The first side is the return which is responsible for drawing air and pushing it through the machine. The second side of your ducting system is your supply side which carries the air into each individual room.

    When your return ducting system is undersized, it doesn’t allow the furnace to draw in enough air flow to push through the unit and supply air into the home. You can compare this to the miles per gallon in a car. If you have a car that’s rated at 25 miles per gallon, that rating is at the speed limit. If you drive faster than the speed limit, the miles per gallon obviously drops.

    Airflow is measured in CFMs. And when the airflow is down, the efficiency of your heating and cooling system is down. Not to mention the fact that it’s hard for your system to work properly when the airflow is being choked off. It’s a mechanical piece of equipment. It’s got a specific airflow design, and when that system is compromised, it causes the machine to overwork, which can create mechanical problems as well as efficiency issues. So, when replacing your heating and cooling system, it’s very important to make sure that your ductwork is properly sized so that you can achieve the efficiency that you’re looking for.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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Phone SURVEY RESPONSES FROM 125 VERIFIED CUSTOMERS i
All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. : Average 9.3 out of 10 based on 125 unique customer surveys of customer satisfaction.

Cindy A.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

1 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would say, call them before anyone else. They were on time and on budget. I have three children and that makes a difference.

They called us if they were going to be late, and always kept us in the loop.

Lori G.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

2 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They were very good and very knowledgeable. The person who came out was very nice and very helpful.

He was very professional and reasonable. He took a difficult situation and turned it around.

Annette G.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

3 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I feel they provided me with great customer service. Their attention to detail was great, and they left everything pristine. I'm a senior citizen on a limited income, and I felt very safe with them in my home.

The price was right, and the great customer service was very important to me.

Lisa L.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

4 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They were reliable, knowledgeable, honest, and they were reasonably priced.

Their professionalism

Arriana R.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

5 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I felt I could trust them. There were new standards in Vallejo, and they kept trying to contact me in order to make any changes before there was an inspection. The rep was very easy going, and I felt I could communicate with him, and I understood what he was saying.

I received quotes from other companies, and they said they could help me through the permit process. But All Weather took care of everything for me. I really appreciated that they handled everything for me.

Dale E.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

6 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

The first time I used them I was told I could either have the board on the heater fixed or replaced. All Weather replaced it with the caveat that he couldn't guarantee it would hold. I appreciated his honesty. They are a no BS company, honest and trustworthy.

I would say, their trustworthiness.

Victor S.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

7 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They did a great job, and I was very satisfied.

I can't really think of anything specific.

Luis M.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

8 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They give you the best bang for your buck. They were very knowledgeable.

They were quick and efficient.

Rudy H.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

9 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would definitely recommend them. I saw them working on my neighbor's air conditioning, and I decided to give them a try.

They took the time to explain everything to me. They also came back and did a tune-up a few weeks later. They really followed up.

Dorothy R.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

10 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I 've recommended them to friends. They came out, and they weren't just parts people they were repair people. They fixed the problem in a half hour for less than $100.00.

They were honest and didn't just push me into things, and I appreciated that.

Marc W.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

11 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

The gentleman that came out was very nice.

As I said, the gentleman was nice, pleasant, and courteous.

Joyce F.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

12 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I don't know, but we've used them for years.

They've always been fair.

B.G.R.E.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

13 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Fast and friendly

They were fast, and they came out when they said they were going to come out.

C.H.R.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

14 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are thorough and personable.

They do what they say they are going to do, and they follow through.

H.L.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

15 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I am happy with them.

I don't have to spend a lot of time with them.

O.G.R.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

16 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I think they are reasonable in price and time.

Their promptness

Pure N.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

17 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They give reminder calls, and their price is good.

They are pretty much on time, all the time.

Senergy G.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

18 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Great service

They are close by us.

Aimee T.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

19 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would say they were good at getting us an appointment quickly, they arrived promptly, and they completed the work efficiently.

I liked their availability.

Alfred S.

VERIFIED All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. CUSTOMER

20 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They did a good job, and they came over when I needed them.

They helped me with all of the paperwork. They did a good job.

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