About every 10 years, you should consider replacing your central air conditioning system. The advances in technology and effeciency have brought a new standard to the industry. Units run stronger, longer and colder using less power. There is also an old refrigerant called R-22 that is slowly being phased out. R-22 has been proven to damage the ozone. These environmental considerations are important for larger building projects. Coming into the summer of 2013, we're happy to announce there is an R-22 refrigerant replacement. For more information, read our blog post on the topic.

Installation Process

To make sure you are getting the best installation for your house, we will reccommend an on-site inspection prior to starting any work. At this time, we will identify if your house is ready for the right central air system upgrade. A printed copy of the inspection report is available.

  • On-Site Consultation*
  • Obtain Permit For Construction
  • Perform HVAC System Replacement & Title 24 Seal
  • HVAC Duct Testing & Refrigerant Charge Test
  • Inspection By Inspector To Finalize Permit
* - A customized final proposal will be provided at time of on-site consultation; additional work may be required to prepare your home for installation.

New Systems Includes

Upon installation, your system will include the following.

  • Digital Programmable Thermostat
  • Electrical Wiring & Breaker
  • New Refrigerant Lines
  • Freon Recovery
  • Recycle Old Equipment
  • Duct Pressure Test
  • Building Permits
  • Permanent Washable Air Filter

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