Air Conditioner Replacement and Installation
We Replace and Install Air Conditioning Units
If it’s time to replace your air conditioner, it’s important to research your options. Don’t just purchase the first AC unit you come across! What efficiency, size, and type will you choose? Are there any energy efficiency laws you need to consider? Who will you hire for the installation? Let Aire Serv® guide you through the air conditioner buying process. We want the process of replacing your air conditioner to be easy. That’s why we offer free estimates on our replacement services.
Consider these factors when Replacing your Air Conditioning unit:
If your AC is more than 10 years old and giving you trouble, it could be time to consider a replacement.
Is a new system financially smarter in the long run than paying for repair? An Aire Serv® air conditioner contractor can help you calculate your return on investment to determine whether an upgrade is financially worthwhile in the long run.
You may think you can’t afford an air conditioner replacement, but a more efficient unit consumes less electricity and could save you big time on energy bills.
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How do you choose the right Air Conditioning unit?
Humidity, average temperature, and overall climate affect the size, type, and economic value of the efficiency you choose. For example, investing in a more expensive, higher-efficiency model is economical for a Florida resident but might not be for a Minnesota resident.
Homes with radiant or baseboard heating may not have ductwork. To avoid expensive installation costs, one-room units or ductless mini-splits are the best options. This goes for older homes as well, which likely don’t have ductwork.
Different Types of AC Systems
- Split System and Package Air Conditioners – are your standard central air conditioners.
- Ductless Mini – are perfect for cooling homes without ductwork.
- Portable, Window, and Wall Units – are designed to cool one room in your house.
- Evaporative Coolers – are also known as swamp coolers. They remove heat using evaporation and work most effectively in dry climates.