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How do you know it’s time for a new air conditioning installation? There are several things to ask yourself. How old is the unit? Is it doing its job properly? How efficient is it? Telltale signs it is at the end of its life include increased AC bills (less efficient), less reliability, and frequent breakdowns.
Your new air conditioner needs to keep you comfortable for the next 10-15 years or more. Our warranty will bring you the peace of mind that it will live up to that job.
One important factor to ensure you get longevity from your air conditioning installation is that the unit is properly sized. While getting too small of a system might seem like an obvious problem, did you know that too large of an AC can also bring its own dangers?
An improperly sized air conditioner will tend to cycle rapidly, draining the life of the compressor and leading to the need for an early replacement.
If you suspect there’s an issue with your existing unit, we invite you to give us a call to discuss the issues. If a new air conditioner is on the horizon, we’ll give you a written estimate at no charge and with no obligation.
What to Consider Before An AC Installation
Deciding on a new air conditioning system for your home should always be done in consultation with an air conditioning professional. At HNL Mechanical, we can advise you on a wide variety of system types and brands so that you know exactly what your options are. We take various factors into consideration, including the results of the load calculation of your home, as well as your budget. All of this information gives us exactly what we need to ensure a quality AC installation.
Here are some further considerations:
SEER. You will probably come across the acronym SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) during the selection process, if you haven’t already. It’s a numeric scale that gives you an idea of the future efficiency of your new AC. While it’s by no means the final word on efficiency, it’s a useful barometer of what’s to come.
Ducts or no ducts. Depending on the size of your home, its layout, and whether you already have ductwork, you may want to consider a ductless mini split instead of a installing a conventional air conditioning system.