This question may be on your mind this spring or summer. Especially if yours is not cooling and its 95 out. Well, before I answer, I’d like to ask a few questions. What is your average heat gain in the summer? What is your peak heat gain? What are the dimensions of the indoor and outdoor units? What is the size of the suction line? The vapor line? The distance between indoor and outdoor units? The wire size? Breaker size? Where does the condensate exit? Do you know internal friction rate of your duct system? What is the latent load requirements of your home?
Ok I could go on, but the idea is there are several things that need to be taken into consideration when selecting a new air conditioner or comfort system. That is why a visit from a trained professional to look over your home is necessary. In the old days it was sometimes acceptable to just put in a box that gives you cool air in the summer and another box that gives your warm air in the winter. With high energy costs and expensive materials, it is more important than ever to have a system that keeps your home comfortable, your energy cost low, and runs reliably for many years. The new way is to give you a customized comfort system, matched to your home and your needs; installed by people who understand the reasons for doing things a certain way.
So, back to my question, how much is an air conditioner? Send us an email or give us a call! (Clay) firstname.lastname@example.org 317-873-3737