Replacing your AC system is an important investment, and you’ll want a local HVAC contractor who will get it right the first time.
That’s why we offer you a fully licensed, insured and experienced AC technician to help you through the air conditioning system replacement process.
Waiting for your air conditioner to fail before replacing it is not the best idea. A failing system will negatively impact comfort due to poor indoor air quality, and will cause you to spend more on your energy bill month after month.
Replacing your old AC unit can sometimes be a better option for these 3 reasons.
The older an air conditioning system is, the more frequently it needs repairs and maintenance, which add up in cost. As original parts become harder to find, costs go up as do the chances of mismatching components, potentially leading to additional repairs.
Air conditioners over 12 years old use more electricity than modern units. A lack of efficiency means higher energy bills; a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) determines how efficient a unit is (the higher the SEER rating, the more efficient it is).
New air conditioners can more reliably remove dust, pollutants, allergens, and viruses from the air. Improved comfort means you can enjoy your home no matter how hot or cold it is outside—and sleep better too.
New AC installation can also add value to your home. Over time, the energy savings can mean the unit pays for itself. Potential homebuyers also look favorably upon newer, more efficient and reliable air conditioning without having to update a home’s HVAC system.
At PJ Mac HVAC, our experienced technicians will inspect your home to determine the best type of air conditioning installation for your situation. The most common types of systems include:
Central units distribute conditioned air through a system of ductwork, and can last 10 to 15 years. They also provide air filtration and dehumidification as well as more even cooling from room to room.
A system that cools individual areas of a home where ductwork cannot be installed. It does not provide cooling to areas you don’t use, improving efficiency and lowering cooling costs.
Window units also provide dehumidification and filtration while improving indoor air quality. Their portable design is convenient, allowing you to install them in practically any window, and use a home electrical socket as a power source.
Generally suited for flat roofs, packaged units connect to ductwork and save space. Most rooftop units are modular and easy to design and modify; they can also run effectively for up to 20 years.
PJ Mac HVAC provides our customers with free estimates for installations and replacements, and we answer our phones 24/7.
A new air conditioner will provide the comfortable environment and energy savings you’ve been searching for during the hot summer months. Call (833) 756-4822 today or request an estimate from us online. We offer free estimates on new installations and replacements, and will schedule your appointment quickly!