San Antonio A/C Installation
Although we try every possible option to avoid you needing to resort to a new A/C Installation, we are fully equipped to offer any type of Air Conditioning Installation to your home. AAA Affordable Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning will help you choose the best unit for your home to fit your brand preferences and budget. Give us a call now to schedule your new A/C installation!
4 Things You Should Know about A/C Installation
Are you in the market for a new air conditioning system? Installing an A/C can be an exciting event or it can be quite stressful, but keeping yourself informed about the process can help to make everything a little bit easier. Here are 4 things our experts think you should know before installing a new air conditioner.
1. Replacing an older AC can lower your bills
An older air conditioner most likely has some worn down, outdated components. Replacing these components may help improve performance, but after a period of time, the only thing that can really help your AC system is to replace it. New air conditioning systems have different requirements for efficiency than those that are a decade old, and replacing your unit with an ENERGY STAR rated air conditioner could save you significantly each month.
2. You don’t have to replace your thermostat…but you should
If your old thermostat is still working fine, it may seem okay to keep it around for longer and save on the cost of installation. But over time, this decision could cost you. Upgrade to a programmable thermostat if you don’t have one already, as using this properly and setting a schedule can cut costs.
3. Central air is possible even without ducts
Many people without ducts install small (but heavy) window air conditioners that are known to be noisy, inefficient, and ineffective. Let’s face it; having central air is just better. And with a ductless mini-split air conditioner you can have just that without the need for ducts. A professional will install an outside unit and indoor air handlers around the home without the need for any renovation (besides a small hole in the wall to connect the two parts).
4. Sizing is just as important as efficiency ratings
Even if you pick the most efficient air conditioning system available, it cannot run properly unless it is the right size for the space it is cooling. This means it cannot be too small or too big. If the AC unit is too small, it will do a poor job of cooling a large space. If the unit is bigger than necessary, this may cause AC short cycling, drive up your energy bills, and put your unit at risk of prematurely failing.