Air Conditioner Replacement in Palm Harbor, FL

Choosing to find an air conditioner replacement is a big deal. You must decide which type of system you will choose, what efficiency laws you need to consider, and who you can trust to install a new unit in your home. Although these factors can feel overwhelming, let the licensed HVAC contractors at Aire Serv of Palm Harbor guide you through the process!

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Replacement Options

A high-quality air conditioner helps you sleep better at night and keeps your family comfortable during the humid days, even your furry friend! Our team provides dependable and quality installation services and can help you decide which options best suit your needs. Here are a few replacement options we suggest:

  • Ductless Split AC - Less invasive than a traditional system and is energy efficient

  • Central AC - Cools off your entire home and is cost-effective

  • Portable/ Window Units - Good for those looking to not be in the home long term and cools off individual rooms

The great part about installing a new AC is no matter which option you choose it will help reduce humidity levels. If you have questions about more options or are open to suggestions, give us a call today  to talk to a technician!

Questions to Consider When Debating Between a Repair or a Replacement

  1. How often am I making repairs? If you find yourself scheduling repair, after repair, after repair, replacing your system entirely could save you more money in the future.

  2. Is my HVAC more than 10 years old? Outdated or outmoded systems tend to lose maximum efficiency after 10 years. Wear and tear are inevitable, so consider a replacement if your unit is older than 10 years.

  3. What is the cost of the repair? If you require a repair of about $5,000 and up, a replacement may be a better option for you. Talk to your HVAC contractor in Palm Harbor about your options.

  4. How long do you plan on living in your home? Replacements will last for years on end, so if you are considering moving anytime soon think about a repair instead.

Energy Efficiency

Living in Florida you likely have your air conditioning running year-round, so finding an energy-efficient option can only help. When buying a new unit, keep an eye out for these features:

  • Sizing of the AC: A system which is too small will drain your energy bill and rarely cool your space. One too large will frequently turn on and off, resulting in humidity levels never decreasing at a proper rate.

  • Energy Saving Setting: Your system will be able to automatically turn on and off when your space reaches desired temperatures.

  • Programmable Thermostat: Most ac systems today will have this option. Programming a precise temperature and scheduling when your system runs will save you from expensive bills.

  • Energy Star Certification: Look for a blue Energy Star label when searching. This means the system meets energy-efficient standards.

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