Air Conditioning Installation & Replacement in Southwest Florida
Signs You Need an Air Conditioning ReplacementIt’s not always easy to know whether your HVAC system needs repair or replacement until you bring in a professional. However, there are a few signs we look for to help us determine the right AC service solution for your needs. We’ll ask:
- How is your air conditioner performing? If your cooling unit leaves warm spots, doesn’t reach or maintain the temperature setting on the thermostat, and/or frequently short cycles, a new energy-efficient unit may better suit your needs.
- How old is your air conditioner? You may not know the answer, and we can determine your unit’s age when we inspect it. If your AC is 10 years or older, you should start planning for a replacement.
- Have you noticed a rise in your energy bills? An aging air conditioner can cause your electric bill to skyrocket without you knowingly using more power. Older air conditioners weren’t built to be as energy-efficient as modern units, so the older your AC gets, the more power it’ll use to maintain the same cooling power.
- How often do you repair your air conditioner? If your AC needs frequent repairs or the unit is 10+ years old and requires an expensive repair, a replacement is a better investment.
Air Conditioning Replacement in Southwest Florida
A quality air conditioning installation is needed for quality performance. Hiring an unreliable company or doing the work yourself risks a poor-functioning and easily damaged air conditioner. Furthermore, DIY installations usually void the manufacturer’s warranty.
Brown is a family-owned and -operated business that hires factory-trained, background-checked, and certified technicians. We only send the best technicians for your air conditioning installation so that you can have peace of mind.
We’ll help you choose the best system for your needs based on:
- Your budget
- Your home’s size
- Your comfort needs
You should also consider a heat pump as an alternative cooling option. These systems heat and cool your home for year-round comfort, and they’re more energy-efficient.
Heat pumps work by pulling outside heat into your home in winter and drawing indoor heat outside your home in summer. While this system is less efficient once temperatures dip below freezing, they’re a great option in Central and Southwest Florida.