AC Installation Near Carterville, IL

Upgrade the AC Unit in Your Southern, IL, Home or Business

Maybe your old air conditioner gave out, or you are updating your unit to improve energy efficiency and lower utility bills. Now it’s time for AC Installation, a field where our installers, some with more than three decades of experience, really shine as the professionals they are.

AC installation should never be trusted to handymen or amateurs. The experts say doing so can be dangerous for your home or business and also cause you to damage an expensive piece of equipment.

Depending on what kind of AC you are looking for - central air conditioning systems come in a variety of styles - our installers may be in the best position to answer your AC-related questions.

AC Installation FAQs

When should I consider installing a new AC system?

You should consider installing a new AC system if your current system is outdated, inefficient, or frequently requires repairs. Signs that it may be time for a replacement include inconsistent cooling, rising energy bills, frequent breakdowns, excessive noise, or if your current system is over 10-15 years old. Additionally, if you're planning a home renovation or experiencing discomfort due to inadequate cooling, upgrading to a new AC system can improve comfort, energy efficiency, and reliability.

What factors influence the cost of AC installation?

Several factors influence the cost of AC installation, including:

  1. Size and Type of Unit: Larger or more advanced units typically cost more.
  2. Installation Complexity: Factors like ductwork modifications or accessibility can affect installation costs.
  3. Additional Components: Upgrades such as thermostats or air purifiers can increase the total cost.
  4. Labor Costs: Installation fees vary based on the contractor's rates and expertise.
  5. Location: Local labor and material costs, as well as permits, can impact overall expenses.
  6. Warranties and Service Plans: Optional add-ons may affect the total price.

Ins & Outs of AC Installation

There are several types of central air conditioning systems. A few are listed here.

  • Perfect for many commercial buildings is the packaged air conditioner, which comes with electric AC and a heat pump. They are positioned outside of the facility.
  • A ductless mini split system allows you to move and balance AC in your home. Moving air from the outside to the inside, these cooling systems do not require any ductwork in your home to work properly.
  • A split system is named just that because it splits the AC between outside and inside of your home or business. The blower and evaporator coils are inside the building, while outside is the metal cabinet that holds the compressor and condenser coil. This is the most popular kind of central air conditioning system in the US.
  • A heat pump system, which, admittedly, does not sound like it would cool you down, is another energy efficient means of cooling down your house. The pump outside the house draws in the steamy air from outside. The indoor air handler cools the air. These systems can be geothermal.

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