Wesley Chapel

Wesley Chapel Air Conditioning Repair

Wesley Chapel AC Repair and InstallationAs a Wesley Chapel Air Conditioning Repair Contractor Velocity Air Conditioning always puts the customer first. We have earned a premier reputation by tailoring air conditioning systems to specifically fit each customer’s needs.  When you hire us for your Wesley Chapel Air Conditioning Repair needs, our team of licensed and insured, highly trained air conditioning experts will study your project and expectations carefully, then design and install the perfect cooling system suited to your needs. Our Wesley Chapel Air Conditioning Repair & Air Conditioner Maintenance services are the most thorough and comprehensive seasonal maintenance service provided in Pasco County

Our Wesley Chapel Air Conditioning Repair Services

We offer free in-home evaluations. We feel that important that we take a complete survey to assure you get the correct solution to your problems, Velocity also offers custom installations and replacements for residential and commercial applications. We offer emergency service on air conditioning and heating units, refrigeration and air filtration systems, as well as commercial roof top units. We’re fully equipped to repair all makes and models of heating and air conditioning systems, including geothermal and solar HVAC systems.

Why Choose Us?

Wesley Chapel Air Conditioning Repair Experts

Owner Bill Snyder has been proudly serving the Wesley Chapel Area air conditioning and heating industry for 9 years. When he opened Velocity Air Conditioning he had a vision of providing superior service and Air Conditioning Repair at a fair price without cutting corners.

Velocity Air Conditioning takes pride that it is a family owned business that provides quality and efficient Wesley Chapel Air Conditioning Repair & Air Conditioning Services or replacement to residential homes and commercial businesses in the Wesley Chapel area. We’re available by phone 7 days a week. We’re here for you, when you need us.

Family owned means you will get personal service with experience in customer satisfaction. We are here assist you in the repair, and modernization of your climate control system, providing energy efficiency tips whenever possible. Rest assured, Velocity only uses top-of-the-line, brand-name equipment. We offer a lifetime guarantee on all Wesley Chapel Air Conditioning Repair Services and extended warranties on most equipment that we sell.

AC Repair Testimonials
Larry Binder

"I cannot say enough about these guys, best AC service I have ever received by a long shot. Placed service call late and the service man Shawn came right over, got my system back up and running, awesome service. Had them install my Trane system a year ago, excellent workmanship. Totally recommend!"

AC Repair Testimonial
Charlie Fatz

"Tyler and his crew came out and took care of my AC unit that wasn't working, came out quickly, got it running and running very well. "

Another Happy Customer
Urban Loon

"Very impressed with Velocity Air Conditioning! I called at 9am and Tyler was here by 10am (he had a 40 minute drive in early morning traffic to my home). Tyler was very thorough and helpful. He had the parts on his truck and my unit fixed in less than 30 minutes. I will be enrolling in Velocity Air Conditioning's maintenance plan and look forward to doing business with Velocity for all my service needs! Thanks so much Tyler!"

Give us a call at (727) 265-2300  or schedule online for all of your heating and cooling needs.

 

About Wesley Chapel

Originally called Double Branch for the area’s twin creeks, the community was named for the Methodist chapel that stood on the northwest corner of SR 54 and Boyette Road. A popular nickname for the area was “Gatorville.”

Since 2000, Wesley Chapel has grown rapidly. Newcomers from in and out of state have populated new luxury communities such as the Preserve at Quail Woods by Southern Crafted Homes, Citrus Trace, Saddlewood, Brooksville, Bridgeview, Watergrass, Villages of Wesley Chapel, Seven Oaks, Meadow Pointe, Chapel Pines, Bridgewater, Northwood, Saddlebrook and Lexington Oaks. Several townhome developments have been built, Saddle Creek and Santa Fe. A new retirement community is planned by Del Webb.

The area has two middle schools and two high schools, half of which are brand new. Two of three planned malls have now opened, including the Shops at Wiregrass and a big box mall called The Grove on the northern perimeter. Wiregrass is known for its well-reviewed cafes.[4] Development plans for Cypress Creek Town Center are underway. Two new schools have been built, Dr. John Long Middle School and Wiregrass Ranch High School (which was built to relieve overcrowding at Wesley Chapel High School). The newest of the two high Schools and middle schools is located in a community called Meadow Pointe.

Wesley Chapel has been a major catalyst in the rapid growth of Pasco County, 38th fastest growing county in the nation. and retains much in the way of wildlife.

[2] [3][4] Also as of July 2007, a new county park opened at the southwest corner of Boyette and Overpass roads. State Road 56 is currently slated to extend east from its current terminus at Bruce B. Downs Boulevard to a terminus at US 301 in Zephyrhills, of which the first phase has begun March 2008. Wesley Chapel was also listed as one of the “8 boomtowns of 2008” by the Gadberry Group’s annual list.  Wesley Chapel has a new hospital called Florida Hospital at Wesley Chapel, and Pasco-Hernando Community College’s latest campus, Wiregrass.

Wesley Chapel is a census-designated place (CDP) in Pasco County, Florida, United States. Wesley Chapel is considered part of the Tampa Bay Area metro. The population was 44,092 at the 2010 census. In 2003, some residents of Wesley Chapel started a movement to incorporate the community (including areas not in the official CDP). This “city,” which would have been the largest and most populous in Pasco County, never materialized.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 6.1 square miles (16 km2), of which, 6.1 square miles (16 km2) of it is land and 0.04 square miles (0.10 km2) of it (0.49%) is water.

Residents choose the area because of its proximity to Interstate 75 and Interstate 275, 25 miles north of Downtown Tampa, and other major locales. Adjacent to its south is the region of New Tampa, part of incorporated Tampa.