Air Conditioning Replacement & Installation
Find the Right AC Unit with the Help of the Right Team!
In the Geophysical Research Letters journal, a study found that summers are getting exceptionally longer and hotter. This means, if you have an air conditioner on the fritz, you’re definitely going to notice the temperature difference. Don’t let the rising heat of summer catch you off guard. Ensure that your air conditioner is working at peak efficiency by trusting the professionals to help.
At One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning, we offer air conditioner installation and replacement services when your AC is acting suspiciously or breaks down completely. Our licensed and certified technicians provide the highest quality service for your peace of mind.
Signs That It Is Time to Replace Your AC
When your air conditioner isn’t working as well as it should, it’ll give you some (subtle and not so subtle) indicators that something may be wrong. Never ignore these signs, as it could mean the difference between a temperature-controlled home and one that compromises your family’s health and safety.
Warm air coming from your vent isn’t entirely a significant issue, as your AC needs time to adjust. However, if it takes longer than a minute or two for your air conditioner to emit cool air, it could be time to call in the experts.
When the air from your AC begins to circulate, you’ll notice a significant change in the temperature in every room in your home or commercial building. With insufficient airflow, you’ll have spaces that don’t get as cool as others or rooms that are freezing. Our AC installation specialists want to help you get even air distribution.
A major sign you may need air conditioning replacement includes frequent cycling, also called short cycling. This means your AC constantly turns on to regulate the temperature, even though the interior temperature hasn’t changed. You could have an issue with your AC unit and need a replacement.
Humidity can play a significant role in your decision to replace your current AC. Why? Humidity levels inside that are higher than 50% may cause your older AC unit to overwork to compensate. With this comes uneven cooling and wear and tear on your HVAC system. Allow our technicians to recommend and install an updated AC unit for your needs.
Leaks of any kind from your air conditioner require the assistance of a licensed professional as it signals a disruption of the normal cooling cycle. Not only can leaks bring water, but they can also mean foul odors and mold. Let our air conditioning install pros take care of everything for you.
‘Round the Clock Availability
No matter the hour, you can trust One Hour to be there to help you when you get hit with the unexpected.
100% Satisfaction Guarantee
We guarantee our materials, labor, and craftsmanship for up to two years from the date of your service.
StraightForward Pricing® Guide
Before we start any work, we discuss your available options so you know exactly what you are getting and how much it will cost. No hidden fees!
Always On Time…Or You Don’t Pay A Dime!®
We understand your time is valuable, so we promise to arrive at your home within the predetermined time window that you select, or your service call is free.
Bad smells emitting from your air conditioner tell us that there’s moisture nearby and microbes present, which is the perfect environment for mold and bacteria to thrive. If your air conditioner releases a terrible odor, our HVAC installation specialists are ready to detect and resolve the issue as quickly as possible.
An AC that makes unusual noises like clanking, banging, clicking, or buzzing may be doing so for a variety of reasons, all of which don’t point to anything good. Our air conditioning install specialists will assess and address the reason for these sounds and recommend the best course of action.
Higher Energy Bills
High energy bills alone don’t necessarily mean something is wrong with your air conditioner. Nevertheless, a significant increase in energy costs could indicate that your AC is straining to compensate for temperature changes and needs to be replaced. Our technicians are standing by to evaluate your air conditioner and discover the issue.
An air conditioner that requires constant repairs may be draining your wallet and your patience. Remember, if the cost of repairs exceeds the cost of a complete replacement, you should have a new air conditioner installed, and we can help!
Call (800) 893-3523 for more information about our exceptional and affordable air conditioner replacement services today.
Should I Replace or Repair My Air Conditioner?
Wear and tear over time can cause your air conditioner to start operating insufficiently. Age can be a good indicator of whether or not to simply repair or entirely replace an air conditioner, as most ACs have a lifespan of up to 15 years. If your HVAC system is a decade old or more and isn’t working as efficiently as before, a qualified professional can assess your unit and help you make an informed decision.
We recommend replacing your air conditioner every 10 to 15 years to ensure energy efficiency and proper operation.
How Long Do HVAC Units Last?
Depending on the brand, a typical HVAC unit can continue to operate for up to 15 years when it’s taken care of correctly. Routine annual maintenance is key to the sustained operation of your heating and cooling system. To prolong the proper function of your HVAC system, let our technicians evaluate your unit and keep it working long-term.
How Much Does Air Conditioner Installation Cost?
The cost of air conditioning installation can vary greatly because some AC systems are more labor-intensive and require more time to complete. For instance, a central air conditioning system requires ductwork for evenly distributed airflow. Additionally, other HVAC companies calculate labor differently and may even throw in some hidden fees for good measure. Our team at One Hour will discuss all the fees associated with your air conditioner installation or replacement service, so there are no surprises. We always offer upfront and honest pricing on your superior quality air conditioner service.
Air Conditioning Installation Services For Different Kinds of Units
AC installation sounds pretty straightforward until you consider all of the different types of units available. We’re experienced in installing a wide range of AC equipment to keep your loved ones safe and comfortable at your property.
Central Air Conditioner Installation
Central AC is the most common type of air conditioning system in the United States. This type of system can take a few different forms.
- Furnace + AC
- Furnace + Heat Pump
- Air Handler + Heat Pump
Central air conditioning requires ductwork. For older homes without ductwork, the other options listed here will likely be cheaper and require less renovation.
A ductless split system requires zero ducts (hence the name “ductless”) to operate. Your units can be mounted on the walls or flush into the ceiling, depending on the design, and you’ll get a wall-mounted thermostat so you can control multiple units at once. We’re ready to help you get the cool air circulation to keep your space comfortable for every guest.
A swamp cooler is a type of air conditioner that takes moisture and turns it into cool air. Sometimes these units are called evaporative air conditioners because they pull warm outside air through evaporative cooler pads that cool the air and circulate it around your space. Our licensed technicians can recommend some of the best swamp cooler brands on the market today.
Window Unit Installation
Everyone is familiar with window air conditioner units, having either seen one or lived with one. We recommend window unit installation for smaller homes and commercial properties to maximize space, improve energy efficiency, and save on energy costs. We can discuss your options when you contact us today.
Wall Unit Installation
Wall AC units are similar to ductless split systems in that they don’t require ductwork to operate. However, wall units don’t have a separate thermostat that controls the AC system. Each unit is controlled manually and is an ideal option for room additions. Wall unit installation is inexpensive for property owners interested in a high-quality air conditioner for a fraction of central AC installation cost.
Call us today at (800) 893-3523 for help with all your air conditioner installation needs. We’re standing by 24/7.
Experts You Can Trust for AC Replacement
Our HVAC company is the preferred provider for air conditioning installation as our experts have years of experience and training. We’ve evaluated, replaced, and repaired many of the top-rated AC brands on the market, making us the nation’s go-to air conditioning install specialists. We’re ready at a moment’s notice to perform emergency and same-day AC and heating repairs, maintenance, and installations when you need them most.
You can trust our technicians because:
- We are highly trained and reliable AC technicians – Before our comfort specialists have the privilege of working with you, they are thoroughly vetted and background checked to ensure trustworthiness. They also have to attend extensive company training to understand how to deliver our high standards and complete satisfaction promise. You can rest assured that our seasoned technicians will walk you through the repair or replacement process and keep you in the loop the entire time.
- We offer emergency and same-day AC installation service – Emergencies don’t have a timetable, nor are they reserved for just business hours. When you have an HVAC issue that needs immediate attention, our professionals are available around the clock to answer the call. We’re also ready to tackle same-day services, so you don’t have to wait multiple days for an energy-efficient AC.
- We guarantee your satisfaction – Many HVAC companies shy away from making promises or guarantees because there’s a chance they won’t be able to follow through. However, One Hour makes various guarantees, so you know we’re committed to a customer-focused experience and service results that leave you satisfied with our workmanship. You can also count on our team to honor an Always On Time... Or You Don’t Pay A Dime!® guarantee.
Can You Install an AC Unit Yourself?
We don’t recommend DIY air conditioning replacement as these systems are incredibly complex. You may be costing yourself more money in the long run by installing an AC yourself and realizing a mistake was made during the HVAC installation process. Our team can save you money and complete an air conditioning install quickly, so all you have to do is sit back and relax while we take care of everything.
We’re HVAC Professionals Providing Various Home Air Conditioning Services
AC installation isn’t the only air conditioning service we offer you—our valued customer—to keep your property’s temperature comfortable. We’re experienced HVAC professionals trained in repair and maintenance best practices for HVAC units.
A broken air conditioner can completely disrupt your day and create an uncomfortable environment inside your home or office. You don’t have to suffer through a humid summer with an AC that works insufficiently. Our certified comfort specialists can repair almost any issue your air conditioning system is experiencing, helping make your home feel like home again. Schedule your appointment today!
Air conditioner upkeep is vital to consistent operation. Your AC can last up to 15 years with routine maintenance from One Hour. We use state-of-the-art equipment and proven techniques to tune up and adjust your air conditioner for further efficiency and savings.
Our AC Replacement Team is Ready to Solve Your Air Conditioning Problems Immediately!
One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning is ready to support you with affordable and detailed AC and heating repair, maintenance, and installation services. Allow our AC and heating company to assist you with same-day service and emergency solutions to get your air conditioner back up and running in no time.
*Check with your local franchise; services and costs may vary by location.
Call us today to find the perfect air conditioner for your home. Our AC installation team is waiting to answer your questions at (800) 893-3523.