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Air Conditioner Installation

Our techs love what they do and every tech is licensed, screened and insured. We are an Accredited Member of the Texas Better Business Bureau BBB. We are humbled by hundreds of 5 stars. Clients trust us to provide recommendations, high quality equipment, and perfect installations.

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Sizing your new replacement AC is critical

Air conditioners are not one-size-fits-all. Some competitors may recommend installing ac units that are oversized, thinking that it will cool a home down faster, or undersized, which raises your energy costs as it fights to keep your home cool. We will always recommend an appropriately sized unit for your home.

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A quality ac installation is in the details;

  • Correct positioning of air handlers for maximum cooling coverage
  • Proper placement of outdoor units to ensure sufficient airflow
  • Efficient ductwork to provide an even, regulated airflow throughout the entire service area


We provide AC installation for these trusted brands:

*This is not a complete list of all brands we service.

American Standard

American Standard will keep your home cool and comfortable even on the hottest days – and use less energy doing it. American Standard air conditioners are energy efficient, reliable and built to last. When you need an AC upgrade, give us a call.


Armstrong Air is a smart choice for homeowners who expect more from their HVAC system. Built with durable materials and incorporating brilliant technology throughout, they’re a brand you can trust. We’re happy to install Armstrong products.


APCO has won the prestigious AHR Innovation Award. This is the highest honor in the HVAC industry. With several models to choose from, there is an air system to fit every home, all of which use the same award-winning technology.


Bryant has been helping homeowners improve their indoor comfort for over a hundred years. Their heating and cooling systems offer the highest efficiency home cooling and give you efficient performance, comfort, and value. When you’re looking for AC an upgrade, give us a call.


Count on a Coleman® air conditioner for the quality and dependability you can feel. Their high-performance lineup of furnace systems is engineered for outstanding durability and energy efficiency.


Ducane heating and cooling equipment is always a good choice. Ducane uses components that are chosen for their durability, which are then tested and inspected for quality before it ships. If you’re looking at Ducane airconditioners, we can help.


Friedrich makes air conditioners for every residential use, from home office spaces to multi-room properties to the most challenging hazardous environments. We install them all.


Goodman® and air conditioning and heating products are designed and assembled in Waller, TX and covered by Goodman’s 20/10/2 year warranty.


Exacting standards make Lennox® air conditioners among the quietest and most energy-efficient units you can buy. That’s when you call us.


Mitsubishi is best known for its unique multi-zone air conditioning systems with the flexibility of controlling the temperature in each room independently. If you want to upgrade, we’re here.


Rheem® specializes in dependable, quiet, efficient systems that make your home comfortable.


Ruud air conditioners are known for being reliable and efficient. If you need a Ruud ac installation, we’ve got you covered. 


Every Trane air conditioner is tested to withstand the harshest conditions nature can throw at it – like freezing conditions and flooding. When you’re looking for a new AC, look no further.


Since 1874, York has manufactured air conditioners with unparalleled efficiency, convenience and reliability. We’re happy to install York air conditioners.


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AC Installation FAQs

How often should I replace my air conditioning unit?
  • This depends on 2 factors:
    Is your air conditioner the right size for the job?
    It is common for builders and homeowners to choose based primarily on price, but an undersized HVAC works extra hard to keep your home cool. This shortens its life and drives up your electrical bill.
    Did it get seasonal tune-ups  and filter changes?
    If yes, your central AC system should last 10-12 years.

    Another consideration; older HVAC units use FREON (technically called HCFC-22) as the refrigerant. It circulates through the “veins” of your air conditioner’s compressor to make them cold.

    Under the U.S. Clean Air Act on substances depleting the ozone layer, the U.S. phased out Freon in the 1990s and, in January 2020, stopped production and imports of air conditioners that use them. Why? Because the chemicals are bad actors. They enter the stratospheric ozone layer and destroy it. The ozone layer helps protect us from harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation that can cause skin cancer and cataracts.

    So what does this mean for people with air conditioners that use Freon?

    According to the EPA’s website, “the most important thing that you can do is maintain it properly because appropriate servicing minimizes potential environmental damage and prolongs the life of the system.” “Homeowners should also request that service technicians locate and repair leaks instead of “topping off” leaking systems to protect the environment, minimize future service calls and repair costs, and reduce equipment operation costs by improving performance. It is also illegal to intentionally release any refrigerant when maintaining, servicing, repairing, or disposing of AC equipment.”

    Summarizing: If you have an older system, get an AC tune-up every 6 months. If the refrigerant level is low, find the leak and fix it, or discuss replacing the system with a new, clean, energy-efficient model.

    In 2020-21, while we were all stuck at home, many Texans decided to renovate or add another room to their home. Know that every air conditioner is designed to efficiently cool a predefined space rated in square footage. When you add to that square footage, you may find that your current AC struggles to keep up. In this case, consider an AC replacement or adding a ductless wall unit.

How much does a new air conditioning unit cost?

The cost of an AC replacement in a residential home can vary greatly due to the variety of system sizes and levels of sophistication. Key factors that can affect the price of your air conditioner replacement:

  • Capacity (How many square feet can it cool)
  • Energy Efficiency Rating
  • Which parts of your existing system can be reused? (ductwork, electrical, humidifier, etc)
  • Will there be upgrades? (UV disinfection, filtration, humidification, thermostat, code requirement work)
  • Savings through tax credits and rebates

Give us a call.

Is there a best time to install a new air conditioner?

Sometimes the air conditioning manufacturers offer off-season rebates, but we are here to take care of you at any time. 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.

Can you install AC in a house that doesn't have it?


If you have existing ductwork (your furnace blows the warm air using vents) we can usually attach the air conditioning components to share the ductwork.

If you have no existing 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.

Are Freon air conditioners being banned?

If your air conditioner uses freon, don’t worry, you don’t have to antiup for a new ac unit just yet. However, Freon is no longer be manufactured or imported to the US, as of January 1st, 2020, along with other greenhouse gases, due to evidence that they damage the Earth’s ozone layer and contribute to global warming.

So, what does this mean for your air conditioner?

If your AC springs a coolant leak and needs replacement parts or Freon, repairs could get pricey. The cost of Freon replacement is extremely high due to its reduced production, which means your AC is on borrowed time and your best option is to replace it.