We want to keep your family cool during the hot summer, especially if your air conditioner decides to quit this year. Our System Design Specialists have the skills to design and install a new air conditioner. We know your home design, energy costs, and budget are important, and we’ll keep that in mind as we help you choose an option suitable for your home.
A new, high efficiency air conditioner may perform up to 50% more efficiently than an older system. Newer models use refrigerants that are much friendlier to the ozone as well. If your system is more than eight years old, it may be wiser to spend your money on a new installation versus a repair for complex problems. We will assess the unit itself, along with the ducts and your home’s insulation, when recommending repair or replacement.
If you live in the Akron, Canton or Cleveland area, we can install a new system that will offer the following benefits to you:
If your home is not properly insulated, your air conditioner must work extra hard to cool your home, and you’re wasting money if cool air is leaking. We will look for cracks and gaps in your walls and floors and seal them as needed. We can show you where the addition of insulation could give you significant energy savings, which translates to more money in your pocket.
Units installed just 8 to 10 years ago run far less efficiently than new models. The federal laws changed in 2007 to mandate higher efficiency rates. By installing a new system, you can save 30 percent or more on your energy bills.
Improved air flow
When we replace your air conditioning unit, that’s only one part of the process. We also evaluate the efficiency of your duct work. If your ducts are leaking, you’ll be losing cool air and paying more for it. We will run tests for air leakage and make improvements to or replace leaky duct work.
The high-efficiency systems on the market today may qualify you for up to $300 in a federal tax credit. If you also improve your insulation, you can apply for hundreds in tax credits.
How We Calculate the Best System for You
Some contractors don’t understand the specifics of estimating system size. If they get it wrong, you’ll pay more for a system that’s too big. A too-big system will run too frequently, which causes more wear and tear and costs more to run. It will also not do a very good job of removing humidity from the air in your home.
We use precise measurements for calculating the right-sized system for your home. We use software to factor in how much cool air your home needs. We also configure the software to look at your insulation depth, attic space, window number, and where your home sits in relation to the sun. By using these specifics, we can know exactly how much cool air each room requires.
Give us a call today if you’re ready to replace your air conditioner. We’re here to assist you.