Residential AC Replacement
Whether you have been looking to upgrade your existing air conditioning system or your current system is beyond repair, you will need a residential AC replacement, and at True Temp Air Conditioning, we can provide many options to get you cooling in no time!
Step 1 – Schedule your free quote
We will need to schedule a few minutes of your time to see the existing system, take a few measurements, and review your concerns and expectations on the new system requirements for your residential AC replacement.
Step 2- Schedule the Install Date
Once a contract has been signed and the unit has been ordered, we are ready to schedule your installation date of your residential AC replacement. A standard install can typically take a few hours depending on the location of the existing unit and the depth of work involved in installing the new air conditioning system.
Step 3 – Closeout Process
Our trained technicians will review with you the new system and explain how to properly care and maintain it. We will also review warranty paperwork and review any questions you may have regarding your residential AC replacement.
What to Consider When Selecting a New Unit for your Residential AC Replacement
A few things to consider when selecting a new air conditioning system for your residential AC replacement:
We offer many different air conditioning brand options. Some common ones we can provide are Ruud, Rheem, Lennox, Goodman, Carrier and Payne along with others. Our experienced technician will be happy to help you determine which is right for your home or business.
SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio which is the rating of efficiency for air conditioning systems. The higher the SEER rating the greater energy efficiency you may achieve in Florida. Seer can range from a rating of 14 to 25. Our experts can review these options with you and determine which seer is best for your home or business.
Central air conditioners are measured by the tonnage. The tonnage of an air conditioner provides the ability to lower humidity and cool your home or office. An air conditioner can range from many different tons usually 1.5 tons to 5 tons for residential installations. When determining the right size unit for your home or office, a licensed air conditioning contractor will take many things into consideration. From the square footage of the home, the ceiling height, the amount of insulation, and number of windows in the home are just a few to consider when determining the proper size unit.
By selecting the correct size air conditioning unit with True Temp, you will benefit from a longer lasting system, savings, less headaches, and a more comfortable home!