We offer a choice among the top HVAC system manufacturers: American Standard, Carrier and Amana. These air conditioning systems are factory assembled, wired, and tested for dependability, economy, and comfort.
A traditional home comfort system has two parts: an indoor unit, such as a furnace or air handler, and an outdoor unit. An air conditioner is the outdoor unit that cools air and sends it to the indoor unit for circulation through your home. Indoor and outdoor units are designed to work together.
When the air conditioner is properly matched with a furnace or air handler, you get maximum efficiency and longer system life. And when you let us help you choose the right air conditioner and install it in your home, you can trust that it will perform the way we say it will!
We know this because we start with an inspection of your home or business, and your current air conditioning system. Our comprehensive assessment will provide you with a variety of products and options to fit every budget. While we are there, ask us about SEER ratings for the air conditioners we install. The efficiency of air conditioners is often rated by the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER). A higher SEER rating indicates a more efficient air conditioner - the higher the efficiency the lower the energy costs.
We know how busy you are and go to great lengths to keep inconvenience to a minimum while the project is completed. We will clean up after ourselves and we'll leave the work area cleaner than we found it.
Give us a call today to learn more about the air conditioner that's right for your home. We offer free quotes and information - call today!
2010—the production of new refrigerant, R22 has been reduced by 65%. This has caused less supply to be available, and in the past few years, R22 has more than tripled in price in just 2 years (as of summer 2013).
2015—the production of new refrigerant, R22 has reduced by 90%! This will likely cause a severe shortage of R-22 and the price will likely rise even more dramatically.
2020—the production of new refrigerant, R22 has been reduced by 99.5%, effectively eliminating its availability. At this point, recycled refrigerant or replacement refrigerants will be the only options and the price of recycled R22 will go even higher due to lack of supply.
2030—the production and use of R22 will be completely banned.