A/C Installations

New A/C Unit

You will need to hire an HVAC contractor for a new AC unit installation . While it’s possible to purchase an air conditioner from a wholesaler and install it yourself, the level of skill required is substantial. Also, you must be certified by the Environmental Protection Agency to handle refrigerant. Having a professional state licensed contractor install your new air conditioner is extremely important.

A lousy installation can lead to several problems that are easily avoidable when done by a professional. Proper air conditioning installation procedures can add years of life to new A/C Equipment and A/C Systems as well as to help save energy and money. A poorly installed or selected new AC Unit Installation system can cause many problems for the end user. Important details to consider is your homes’ square footage, and heat load capacity. The first step in getting a new air conditioner installed is determining what size you need.

You don’t want one without sufficient power to cool your home, and getting an air conditioner that’s too big can be more expensive and less comfortable. Once you determine the tonnage and size of air conditioner needed, it is important to consider the new air conditioning units SEER rating, and energy efficiency features such as a variable speed motor or ECM motor. Many brands of new air conditioning units offer many enhancements to maximize the energy efficiency.

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