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JCL & Sons HVAC Inc. is a name you can TRUST! We specialize in providing air conditioning, ventilation and heating systems for both residential and commercial applications throughout the Southern California area since 1997. We are experts when it comes to heating & cooling and install new systems with passion and attention to detail. Our dependable technicians will provide the best solution for your heating/cooling needs that fits your budget and lifestyle.


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Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions

I've never tried Scuba diving before, can I enroll onto this course?

Absolutely. The PADI Open Water Diver program is specifically designed for complete beginners and is the most popular learn to dive program in the world. It will take you on a journey of discovery as it transforms you from landlubber to sea dweller in no time. If you're not sure if Scuba Diving is for you, then why not try the PADI Discover Scuba experience before enrolling onto the PADI Open Water Diver program. This is the perfect introduction to Scuba Diving & will give you a better idea of what Scuba is like before committing to the PADI Open Water Diver course.

I'm a little apprehensive, Is Scuba Diving safe?

Yes, Scuba Diving is safe. Of course, as with any adventurous sport or activity there is an element of risk involved. However with the correct training and by sticking to safe diving guidelines, Scuba Diving is a very safe activity. The PADI Open Water Diver course is designed for complete beginners and will allow you to learn the basics of Scuba diving in a comfortable. relaxed environment.

I'm not a good swimmer, can I still take part?

Yes. You don't need to be an olympic swimmer to take part in the PADI Open Water program. Scuba divers move completely differently to swimmers and are propelled underwater by using fins, making movement easier. Furthermore a Scuba Diver has a constant supply of air, making it far easier to breathe than it is when swimming. However it is important that you have a rudimental level of in-water comfort. During the course you will need to complete both a 200 Metre continous unaided swim (or a 300 Metre swim with mask, fins & snorkel) & a 10 minute tread water/float​

I have some health/medical conditions, can I still Scuba Dive?

Whilst there are some medical conditions that would unfortunately prevent you from taking part, not all medical issues would be a barrier to you enjoying Scuba Diving. Prior to taking part in any activity involving Scuba, there is a medical screening to ensure that any existing medical conditions are considered prior to approval being made. Before taking part in the PADI Open Water Diver course, you will be asked to complete the PADI Medical Questionnaire. If you answer 'Yes' to any of the conditons listed, then you would need to get approval from your GP or a diving physician before we could accept you onto any Scuba program.

What is the minimum and maximum age?

The minimum age to take part in the PADI Open Water Diver course is 10. Those aged between 10-14 will be awarded the PADI Junior Open Water Diver certification upon succesful completion of the course. There is no maximum age at all, as long as you are in good health you can experience the amazing wonders of the underwater world.