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Pacific Palisades, CA - Furnace & Air Conditioning Service, Repair & Maintenance Contractor

R. A. Air Conditioning serves Pacific Palisades's Heating and Cooling needs!

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About Pacific Palisades, CA - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!

Pacific Palisades is a Los Angeles neighborhood near Malibu and Brentwood.  It is known for being a quieter and more peaceful area and to have beautiful beach landscapes that can’t be found in other parts of Los Angeles.  The weather in this area is always beautiful, warm and almost perpetually sunny and the lifestyle in this region is low key but still extremely affluent.

Pacific Palisades offers a large number of neighborhoods including “The Village” and “The Alphabet Streets.” Within these neighborhoods, there are quite a few parks and other outdoor recreation areas where you can enjoy the beautiful Southern California weather. These include Rustic Canyon Park, Temescal Canyon Park and Will Rogers State Historic Park and Polo Club.

Pacific Palisades offers an escape for the busy and crazy atmosphere that you will find in the urban environment of L.A.  However, if you live in or visit this area you will certainly want to spend at least a little time in Los Angeles shopping, dining and enjoying culture.  The great thing is that the weather almost always permits any activity.  You can shop on Rodeo Drive on one of Southern California’s undeniably beautiful days.  There, you will find a wide array of high end shops, boutiques and stores including Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Brooks Brothers and Burberry.

If you are less interested in shopping and more intrigued by the arts and flavor of the city then do not fret. If there is one thing that there is no shortage of in L.A., it is entertainment, music, film and art. Take in a show at The Grauman’s Chinese Theatre (now known as the “TCL Theatre”) which has been converted to an IMAX Theatre or enjoy the perpetually pleasant weather at an outdoor concert at the Hollywood Bowl.  For an indoor concert, check out The Walt Disney Concert Hall or The Kodak Theatre (now called “The Dolby Theatre”).