Spring is here and it’s time to start thinking about the warmer weather and longer days that will soon be upon us. Even though you don’t need to use your air conditioner right now, it’s a great idea to start thinking about it now, especially if you need a replacement air conditioner or if you need a new one installed that wasn’t there before. This is a wonderful investment for your home and it requires some research, especially when it comes to cost. If you’re wondering how much a new air conditioning system will cost, keep reading.
What type of air conditioner do you need?
There are a variety of different types of air conditioners on the market today. The systems we carry are quality and will last you for many years to come and our team of Home Solutions Advisors will help you determine which one is right for your home and its specific layout. Most of the time, a new air conditioner will cost between $4,500 and $8,500, and the cost will depend on the size of the equipment, its overall efficiency, and the complexity of the installation.
Even though many air conditioning equipment might look the same on the outside, the components that make up the inside are what sets each one apart. We’re proud to sell the Carrier Infinity™ 19 system which has a 69 DBA sound rating. The higher SEER and EER numbers, the more efficient the air condition is and the more money can save on your energy bill. In addition, these systems use Puron ™ refrigerant, which is an environmentally friendly product that will not harm the earth’s ozone layer.
We also install a variety of ductless heat pumps that can work as both an air conditioner and a heater, providing comfort year-round in one system. If you live in a home that does not have ductwork, this could be a great option for your space.
Or, perhaps a zoning product would work best for your home. This kind of system allows homeowners to control the comfort of the home in various zones, which translates to increased energy savings and better functionality for different temperatures in different sections of the home.
If you’re unsure of where to start or which system would best fit your home and specific budget, we can help. Our experienced, non-pushy sales team will work with you to find a high-quality product that won’t break the bank. The best part: we’ll get it installed for you just in time for the warmer days of spring and summer days that are on the horizon. Contact us today for more information!