We answer your installation questions.
How do I know if I need a new air conditioner?
If your current air conditioner is more than 15 years old, you should probably start thinking about new AC installation here in Fresno. Most air conditioners need to be replaced between 15-20 years. Besides its age, you should also take into consideration the system’s history. Does it regularly breakdown? Have your energy bills been steadily climbing? Is your home’s comfort getting worse? These are all factors that should be taken into consideration when making the decision to upgrade.
How much will my new air conditioner cost?
This depends on a number of factors. First, there’s the square footage and cooling needs of your home. This determines the size of air conditioner you need: a 600 sq/ft condo is going to need a much different system than a 3,000 sq/ft home. There are then multiple systems to choose from, each with different features and performance metrics. This is why we offer free in-home estimates: it gives us an opportunity to take measurements, talk to you, and figure out what system is the best fit.
Should I get an air conditioner or a ductless system?
If your home has ducts and you just need air conditioning replacement, you should probably stick with a forced-air system. After all, your home is set up for it already. However, if your home doesn’t have ductwork—or you’re looking to add cooling and heating to a space without connected ductwork—you should strongly consider a ductless mini-split system. Give us a call for a free in-home estimate, and we’d be happy to review your options with you.
How long will it take to install my new system?
Once you’ve approved of our estimate, we’ll set an installation day and time with you. We complete most AC installation projects in a day, but we may need longer depending on what your current HVAC setup is like. However, if we are planning on needing more than a day, we’ll let you know about this upfront and keep in constant communication with you throughout the installation process.