Air Conditioning Installation

HVAC Installation

Do you need to have an AC system installed?

Air Conditioning Installation

Our technicians can provide full check up on your system, including its ventilation, condenser performance, windows, as well as indoor air quality, in order to come up with the best installation layout for your domestic or business environment. We also provide several tips and recommendations for the system’s maintenance and possible replacement.

Our team has worked with most brands currently present on the market, including: Luxaire, Arcoaire, Frigidaire, Coleman, Tempstar, Weatherking, Janitrol, Amana, Armstrong Air, Ruud, Trane, Maytag, York, Carrier, Rheem, Ducane, American Standard, Comfortmaker, Goodman, Heil, Bryant, Gibson, Payne, Lennox, Sears and more. Additionally, in order to save up 30-50% of your utility bill and tax credits, we promote geothermal systems. Our installation comes with a warranty and takes up a minimum of your time.

When you're thinking of having a new HVAC system installed, there are a lot of things you need to take into account. Air conditioning installation isn't difficult as long as you hire a professional contractor with experience in the industry. An American Heating Ventilating and Air Conditioning Alliance Contractor is qualified to advice you which system will work best for your specific situation.

What to consider

  • Your geo location - Your location can play a big role in the type of unit you can have installed. Some units are not adequate for climates that experience severe weather conditions.
  • Efficiency - Some units are more efficient than others when it comes to energy consumption. An AHA technician can advice you on the efficiency of different systems.
  • Rooms to be cooled - The area to be cooled also plays a crucial role in what type of AC unit you should have installed. (Just one or 2 rooms or entire house?)
  • Existing duct work - If you already have ducts on your property a central system may be more efficient, but if not, you might want to consider a duct less system for the lower installation costs.

Central Air Conditioners

Nowadays most people opt for a central air conditioning system. A central HVAC unit is also often called a Split Unit. One of the main benefits of a central system is that you only need 1 unit installed outside and have blowers/vents in each room of your house. With older window (packaged system) units you needed 1 air conditioner installed in each room individually.

Ductless split systems
Split systems are generally much more energy efficient than packaged/window units. They are also more quiet when running, since both the condensor and compresor unit are located outside the house. A very popular model is the ductless mini split system. This system operates on the same principle as the central system, with one big exception. While a central HVAC system uses a series of docts and vents to circulate the air, the ductless split system doesn't depend on ducts to transfer the hot air out and the cool air in. This type of unit also doesn't lend itself to the problems associated with duct loss.

HVAC Installation Service

What we do best is AC installation service which applies both for central air systems, as well as other domestic cooling units. Our team of experts will be more than glad to show their skills in HVAC installment, once you make an arrangement for it. In order to improve your system’s performance, as well as reduce your energy bills, we can perform a quick diagnostics for your systems and determine whether there are any issues with its functioning. In case there are, we can provide you with a full list of options for its repair, based on accurate and resourceful information. Get in touch with us today if you want to get professional installation service, or free-of-charge diagnostics check-up.

Air Conditioning Installation Scheduling

The way your system is installed is of crucial importance, as the unit’s future performance relies 80% on it. You need to keep in mind that this is not an appliance, such as your laundry machine, but rather a system, that requires a professional to match all its components in one part. If you want your system to run with optimal performance, as well as be cost-efficient and healthy for its environment, you need an expert, such as those of our team, which can run a full diagnostics and install the system flawlessly. Our technicians can also tell you more about the different types of systems, as well as propose the optimal fit for you.

Contact an American Heating Ventilating and Air Conditioning Alliance Representative in your area on (855) 400-0084 for a full quote or to book an inspection.