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Air Conditioner Replacement and Installation

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We Replace and Install Air Conditioning Units

If you are in the market for a new air conditioning unit, don’t just purchase the first one you come across! Research is important to find what efficiency, size, and type would best fit your home and your needs. Aire Serv® technicians can guide you through the air conditioner buying process. Replacing an air conditioner isn’t always easy, which is why we offer free estimates on our replacement services.

Aire Serv Air Conditioner Replacement

Factors to Consider when Replacing your Air Conditioning Unit:

If your Air Conditioner is over ten years old and is causing trouble, it might be time to replace it.

Investment Cost
Would it be better financially to replace or repair your current unit? An Aire Serv® air conditioner contractor can help you calculate the costs to determine if an upgrade is financially worth it in the long run.

Utility Rates
You may think an air conditioner replacement is out of your budget, but a more efficient unit can save you big time on energy bills.

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How do you choose the right Air Conditioning unit?

Existing System
Homes with baseboard or radiant heating may not have duct work. To avoid expensive installation costs, one-room units or ductless mini-splits are the best options. This also applied for older homes, which most likely don’t have duct work.

Geographic Location
Average temperature, humidity, and overall climate affect the size, type, and economic value of the efficiency you choose. For example, a Florida resident might be better off investing in a more expensive, higher-efficiency model, but a Minnesota resident might not find that option as economical.

Different Types of AC Systems

  • Split System and Package Air Conditioners – your standard central air conditioners.
  • Ductless Mini – perfect for cooling homes that do not have ductwork.
  • Portable, Window, and Wall Units – perfect for cooling one room in your house or apartment.
  • Evaporative Coolers – these are also known as swamp coolers. They remove heat using evaporation and work most effectively in dry climates.