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AC INSTALLATION & REPLACEMENT
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Whether you have no credit, bad credit, or perfect credit, we make it easy. Plus, get a free wifi thermostat with any AC installation or replacement.
Every ac installation tech is licensed, screened, and insured.
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Clients trust us to provide recommendations, high quality equipment, and perfect AC installations.
Air conditioners are not one-size-fits-all. Resist buying one that is undersized. It may cost less upfront, but you will pay higher electric bills as it struggles to keep your home cool.
Wall Mounted AC Installation
If you have added new space, or you live in an older home without ductwork, this may be the perfect option for you.
The compact size gives flexibility in mounting locations, and you can adjust the temp of that room to be cooler – or warmer – than the rest of your home. In the winter, it efficiently heats your space as well.
We proudly offer Mitsubishi with the industry’s best warranty.
Central AC Installation
A central air conditioning system inhales the warm air from inside your home and chills it in an outdoor compressor. Next the air is filtered, optionally purified, then exhaled back into your home using ducts.
We proudly offer Armstrong Air central air conditioners. They are efficient, durable, and backed with a solid warranty.
A PTAC or “packaged terminal air conditioner” is a commercial-grade, self-contained unit that is installed through a wall. PTACs both cool and heat. Due to its quiet power, energy efficiency, and serviceability, PTACs are dominant in the hotel industry, but are also suitable for home use.
We prefer Friedrich PTAC systems, known for superior quality and longevity.
AC Installation FAQs
How much does a new air conditioning unit cost?
Similar to buying a new car or truck, there are less expensive systems, and more full-featured units. We will review your space and give you advice. Many clients choose our finance option for $0 down and as little as $129 per month.
- How many square feet can it cool?
- How energy efficient is it?
- Which parts of your existing system can be reused? (ductwork, electrical, plumbing, etc)
- Will there be upgrades? (filtration, UV disinfection, thermostat, code requirement work)?
- How much can you save with tax credits an rebates?
Is there a best time to install a new air conditioner?
Sometimes the air conditioning manufacturers offer off-season rebates – we’ll remind you.
Just because you click the thermostat and nothing happens, or the air conditioner is running and the air is not cool, doesn’t require a brand new unit. Invite us to have a look.
We will do a thorough inspection and get you back up to speed. If you do need a new air conditioning system, we can usually have it installed in hours, not days.
How long does a central air conditioning unit last?
12 – 15 YEARS
– Is your current air conditioner the right size for the job?
Often, builders and homeowners choose based on price, but an undersized HVAC works extra hard to keep your home cool. This shortens its life and drives up your electrical bill.
– Does your current air conditioner get seasonal tune-ups and filter changes?
If both answers are yes, it should last 12-15 years.
Can you install AC in a house that doesn’t have it?
If you have existing ductwork (your furnace blows air through vents) we can usually attach the air conditioning components to share the ductwork.
If you have no ductwork, we either install new ductwork or install a ductless mini-split AC system that attaches to your wall and uses a remote control.
We’ll take a look, provide you with a free estimate and help you decide.
Do bigger air conditioning units perform better?
It’s important to purchase the right size air conditioner for your home. If you buy an AC unit that’s too big, it will cool your home faster, but it will also be overall less efficient and won’t eliminate humidity well enough.
This will result in short-run cycles, meaning while it cools the air quickly, it will shut off before it blows enough air across the indoor coil to drain water from your system, thus leaving too much moisture in the air and leading to mold and mildew in your home.
A quality ac installation is in the details.
- Verify the cooling capacity for your square footage and sun exposure.
- If needed, bring the electric connections up to code.
- Position the outdoor compressor for max airflow and minimum noise.
- If you have existing ducts, test, clean and disinfect them prior to reuse.
- Consider Google Nest smart thermostat to use even less energy and save on your electric bill.
- Consider adding an ultraviolet (UV) air purifier.