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Santa Monica, CA - Furnace & Air Conditioning Service, Repair & Maintenance Contractor

R. A. Air Conditioning serves Santa Monica's Heating and Cooling needs!

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About Santa Monica, CA - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!

Santa Monica is a gorgeous beachfront town near Los Angeles.  Also nearby are Pacific Palisades, Malibu and Brentwood.  This part of the world is known for its stunning landscapes and gorgeous weather.  It is perpetually beautiful and the beaches are some of the most beautiful in all of the world.  This area is home to many celebrities and rich and famous people and is also a favorite destination for surfers and beach bums alike.  There are also a variety of parks and recreation areas within the town where you can spend time getting a tan and enjoying the outdoors.  These include the Santa Monica Stairs, the Santa Monica Rugby Club and Palisades Park.

If you are looking for a great way to spend a day enjoying the awesome Santa Monica Weather then you and your family must check out the Third Street Promenade.  There you will find an exciting atmosphere with shopping, dining, a farmer’s market, street performers and more.  Among stores present at the promenade are Old Navy, Forever 21 and Sephora among many, many others. If you have a bit more money to burn and don’t mind the drive to Beverly Hills then you can also shop on Rodeo Drive which is a very upscale shopping area in Beverly Hills.  In this famous and ultra-lux area 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”).