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Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning “HVAC” systems play major roles in the functionality of a home. There are various types of HVAC systems, including the heat pump, furnace, boiler, split AC unit, forced air heating, split air conditioner, and ductless air conditioner. Each of these HVAC systems has features that make them unique. They virtually provide the same service – heating and cooling. However, there are some units that are limited to air conditioning. The central air conditioner and window air conditioners are just a few examples.
Residential Air Conditioning Installation
Depending on the brand, climate, maintenance, usability, and functionality, the average life of an HVAC unit is 15 years. If your air conditioner lasts 15 years, you did something right. With regular maintenance, it is possible to extend the service life of an air conditioning system to meet the manufacturer’s guarantee. Unfortunately, some property owners focus very little on their air conditioning unit until it malfunctions. This is very unfortunate because the malfunction could have been prevented, with routine maintenance.
Our NATE-certified HVAC technicians will assess your air conditioning system to determine if it is time to consider a replacement. Our goal is to help you achieve the maximum service life of your HVAC system. When it is time to replace the air conditioning system with a more modern model, we will help you make the transition. Our residential air conditioning installation service is ideal for the following properties:
- Studio apartment
- Mobile home
- Modular home
We guarantee the transition from an outdated HVAC system to a modern unit integrated with the latest technologies will be efficient on all levels.
We Guarantee You Get The Best Deal On A New Air Conditioning System
Home air conditioning systems are high-ticket appliances. In other words, they will set you back by at least $1,500, depending on the brand, British Thermal Unit “BTU,” and model.
We will not only install your new HVAC system but also aid in helping you get the best deal. We partner with various manufacturers to ensure our customers have access to the top brands, including:
- American Standard
- Carrier Air
Whether you want a package or a split HVAC unit, we will ensure you make the right decision for your home. We will start by assessing your budget. From here, we will help choose a brand that is guaranteed reliable and energy-efficient. Next, we will provide you will several models within your budget to select from. Once you select the best HVAC unit for your home, we will write up a quote. The written quote will include the price of the air conditioning unit, labor, and materials for the installation.
Role Regular Maintenance Plays In The Service Life Of An Air Conditioning System
Maintenance is key to achieving the longevity of any air conditioner. Whether it is a wall unit, split system, or central air system, regular maintenance can extend the service life. With this said, what is the role of maintenance in the service life of an air conditioner? HVAC maintenance replaces the air filter. A clogged air filter will prohibit airflow throughout the air conditioning system. When this happens, the HVAC unit is forced to work longer and harder just to keep up. In many cases, a dirty filter will minimize the amount of air flowing through the system. It will also allow dirty air to reenter the home.
An air conditioner filter collects and traps the finest particles of dirt, dog danger, dust spores, pet & human hair, and other contaminants. When the contaminated particles are trapped inside the fibers of the filter, they cannot enter the air conditioning system.
Once the filter becomes clogged, it will restrict airflow. In the process, some of the trapped contaminated particles can become dislodged and pulled into the air conditioning system. Over time, this will result in permanent damage of the HVAC unit’s most vital components, including the following:
- Blower motor
- Evaporator coil
- Heat exchanger
- Combustion chamber
Why Hire Our HVAC Contractors To Install Your New Air Conditioning System?
- Competitive flat-rate pricing
- Excellent customer service
- 100 Percent customer satisfaction guarantee
- Family-owned, localized company
- High customer rating
- Licensed with the State of New York
- HVAC technicians are NATE-certified
- HVAC service is bonded and insured
- Free in-home HVAC inspection, with a written quote
- Same-day, emergency, and scheduled appointment options
Our Professional Air Conditioning Services Long Island NY
Our professional air conditioning service includes HVAC installation, repair, maintenance, and replacement. We are a Trane Comfort Specialist that continues to promote HVAC training to ensure our technicians are up to date on the latest technology.
Before we perform any HVAC service, we need to make sure the client is fully aware of what is going on. This knowledge is crucial to avoid any misunderstandings later on down the road. We do not make HVAC repair, installation, replacement, and maintenance decisions for our clients, they do.
Our Residential HVAC Installation Service
Before we install a new or replace an existing outdated air conditioning system, we measure your home. We measure the ceiling height and entire living space in square feet. As a rule of thumb, every square foot of living space requires approximately 30 BTUs. This number is multiplied by the total square footage of your home. For example, a 1,000-square-foot house will require at least a 30,000-BTU (2.5-ton heat pump).
The proper measures are crucial to making the right BTU decision. There are risks involved in selecting the incorrect size. It is important you know these in advance.
Residential Air Conditioning Installation Assessment
We conduct an air conditioning installation analysis before installing a new unit or replacing an old unit. The key areas we focus on most include the following:
- HVAC ductwork
- Environmental influences
- Air leakage
- Windows and doors
- Number of occupants living in the home
- Home design
- Humidity level
- Insulation value
We may make some recommendations to help you minimize your energy bill before and after the HVAC installation is complete. This is necessary to ensure your new system is operating efficiently year-round.