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  • A/C Replacement – Air conditioners don’t last forever, so when you run into some problems with your unit, you may be in line for a replacement. Our technicians will look at the issues you’re facing to determine whether a repair might be most efficient or if we should indeed replace your air conditioner. When the replacement is complete, you’ll be surprised at how efficiently the new machine will work to keep the home cool.

  • A/C Installation – The best way to ensure your air conditioner works correctly is by having it installed correctly in the first place. Our installers have years of experience in the industry, understanding what it takes to complete the job right the first time. With so many manufacturers and systems that you could have installed, we will help you determine which will be best for your situation.


The proccess of replacing an AC Unit.

The process is straightforward if you've decided that it's time to replace your air conditioner. First, you'll need to schedule an appointment with a professional AC Installation Service. During the appointment, the technician will come to your home, assess your current AC unit, and determine the best size for your replacement.

Once the new unit has been selected, the technician will install it according to the manufacturer's instructions. This usually involves placing the new unit in the exact location as the old one and connecting it to the existing ductwork.

After the new unit is installed, the technician will test it to ensure it's working correctly. Once everything has been confirmed, you'll be able to start using your new air conditioner and enjoy the improved comfort and efficiency it provides.

Installing an AC unit. (New Construction)

  1. Ensure there is enough space for both the installation and service of your new system

  2. Validate duct size using our time-tested duct sizing methods

  3. Ensure there are a sufficient number of supply registers to deliver cool air throughout the home, as well as a sufficient number of return air registers to carry warm air back to the AC

  4. Install ductwork within the conditioned space wherever possible

  5. Properly seal all ducts and heavily insulate attic ducts

  6. Strategically locate the condensing unit to minimize noise and avoid airflow blockage from nearby objects whenever possible

  7. Verify that your new air conditioner has the exact refrigerant charge and airflow rate specified by the manufacturer

  8. Diligently test your new AC post-installation to ensure dependable cooling

Repairs vs Replacement 

If your AC unit has problems, you may wonder whether it's time for a repair or replacement. In many cases, repairs will be sufficient to restore your AC unit to working order. However, specific signs indicate it may be time for a replacement instead.

In some cases, repairs may be possible but not worth the cost. If your AC unit is older, repairs may be more expensive than simply replacing the unit. In addition, if your unit requires frequent repairs, it may be more cost-effective to replace it instead.

If you're not sure whether to repair or replace your AC unit, contact a professional AC repair service for help. 

Let's start the process of getting your home comfortable again. 

512 - 412 - 5719

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