Air Conditioner Replacement in West Allis

Energy-efficient HVAC Solutions

Replacing an old air conditioner is a significant investment. That’s why it’s so important to choose an AC unit that fits your needs, home, and budget. Not just any unit air-conditioner will suffice. You will want to consider the local climate (seasonal temperatures, humidity levels, etc.), the infrastructural layout of your property, and what qualities you're looking for in an air conditioning system.

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Are you unsure of what option is the best fit for your home? If so, Aire Serv of West Allis is here to help. Our friendly team can help you find the perfect air conditioner. We will consider every factor – from energy efficiency to durability – and go over the options available on the market. We'll also inspect your current AC system to determine what size and type you need. An AC that’s too small won’t cool adequately, while one that’s too big will require surplus energy to be effective.

When choosing an energy-efficient air conditioner, it is essential to select the best model. There are many ACs to choose from, including:

  • Split Systems
  • Package Air Conditioners
  • Window Air Conditioners
  • Portable Air Conditioners
  • Wall Hung Air Conditioners
  • Multi-Head Air Conditioners
  • Ducted Air Conditioners
  • And Much More!

Having an experienced and knowledgeable HVAC technician determine load calculations and sizing is critical when making an informed decision. Hire our team to assist with your AC replacement today!

Make the Right Air-Conditioner Purchase with Professional Advice

It is rare for a homeowner to purchase the first AC unit they come across and end up happy. You want to make sure it's the right time to upgrade—and that means you'll want to consider every possibility before deciding.

All air conditioners have a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating. We can calculate this number by dividing the cooling output by the energy input over a typical cooling season. A higher SEER rating means more cooling with less energy input. These calculations can be tricky, but you can count on our specialists to provide reliable recommendations after we’ve crunched the numbers for you.

When air conditioning units grow old, the likelihood of seasonal repair and escalating upkeep costs will significantly increase. The utility costs of running an old/inefficient AC system will also spike. The best financial option may be to proactively invest in a new HVAC unit – saving you money in the long run.

For trusted AC replacement services, contact us online or call us today!

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