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 ProcessTo 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
New Systems IncludesUpon 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