Benefits of Air Conditioning Replacement
Your air conditioner is a key part of your HVAC system. Today’s air conditioners can keep your house more comfortable than ever, thanks to their noiseless and energy-saving functions. Plus, several air conditioners, especially ENERGY STAR® rated ones, might help cut your electric expenses in half!
The following tips can help you make the perfect choice for your new AC system:
Consider an energy-saving, variable-speed air conditioner. New air conditioners are classified by seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER) ratings. The greater the number, the more economical it is at converting electricity into cooling. Variable-speed air conditioners are like having a cruise-control option, where the system modifies your comfort continuously, as opposed to only being completely on or off.
Think about what you want most. Current air conditioners include special features like ultra-quiet operation, air pollution/virus purification, or Wi-Fi and smart home compatibility. Our Melbourne AC installation experts can help you choose the options that will work best for your home and air quality needs.
Pick the right size air conditioner for your home and cooling needs. Each step of the AC installation process is important, but correctly sizing your new system is crucial for your comfort. Our NATE-certified Brevard County air conditioning technicians don’t use a rule-of-thumb approach to determine the size of the AC system you need. Instead, we scientifically calculate the size, considering things such as square footage, solar or shade effects, and your family’s lifestyle. An AC installation by Dial Duron Service Co. puts you on the path to improved comfort and lower electric bills.
Pick the right AC installation company. You shouldn’t have the local handyman install your new central air conditioning. Have a licensed and insured air conditioning expert in Brevard County install your central AC system and include the best warranty and guarantees available.
Schedule Your Melbourne AC Replacement Today!
When our Melbourne AC installation experts at Dial Duron Service Co. visit your home, we’ll respect it as if it were our own. We will leave your home and yard clean and orderly, and we’ll provide outstanding service backed by a satisfaction guarantee. Our HVAC professionals have completed rigorous training to best meet your comfort and installation needs. We’re also fully licensed, insured, and bonded.
We know AC installation can be frustrating, so we work to make it as stress-free as possible. We’ll keep you informed on our progress and when you can expect us to be finished. Before we leave, we’ll make sure you understand how to operate your new cooling system.
Ready to take the first step in replacing your HVAC system? Call our Melbourne AC replacement pros at (321) 341-3625 or contact us online today to request your free estimate. We install central air, ductless AC, heat pumps, and more!
If you need a new air conditioning system, consider a whole-home installation.
Key Point: A whole-home installation will provide even cooling throughout your entire home, and it can also improve your home's energy efficiency. They can also be more affordable in the long run because you'll likely need fewer repairs and replacements.
We offer whole-home air conditioning installation services to Melbourne and Brevard County residents.
We have a wide selection of air conditioning systems, and our technicians are experienced in installing them. We'll work with you to find the perfect system for your home, and we'll take care of the installation process from start to finish. We'll also provide maintenance and repair services for your new air conditioning system, so you can rest assured knowing that it's in good hands.
Central vs Ductless Air Conditioners
When it comes to cooling your home, there are two main air conditioner types: central and ductless. Each has its advantages and disadvantages, so choosing the right one for your needs is essential.
Central Air Conditioners
Central air conditioners work by cooling the entire home by blowing cool air through ducts that run throughout the house. This system is best for homes with multiple rooms, as it can evenly cool the entire space. Central air conditioners are typically more affordable to install and operate than ductless systems.
Ductless Air Conditioners
As the name suggests, ductless air conditioners don’t require any ductwork. Instead, they consist of one or more units mounted on the wall and connected to the home’s electrical system. These units can cool a single room or a group of rooms, making them suitable for homes without central air.