Grove City Air Conditioning Contractor
Air Conditioner Installation in Grove City
Are you looking to have your AC replaced with a new central air system? When installing a new air conditioning unit, you need to make sure you are having it installed by someone you trust and know will do a job well done. Stringtown Heating & Cooling have a team of air conditioning installation professionals that have a number of replacements under their belts. Their are a number of factors that go in to having the correct system installed in your home. Installing a new unit does consist of going through a catalog and choosing the prettiest one and saying “Ok, install that one please”. Although we wish it were just as simple as that, we have to take detailed measurements and grab other specs on your building to provide you with the best option when installing.
Do we offer free estimates?
Well, of course! We keep all of our clients best interests in mind and this is one reason why we offer free estimates to all buyers. One of our installation experts will come to your home and take accurate measurements for us to determine what size of unit needs to be put in your home. We also need to find out how much duct work will need changed around or purchased for new builds. All of this will be taken into account and you will be prepared with a detailed estimate that we will go over with you.
FAQ Air Conditioning Questions
Here are some of the most common questions asked about air conditioning installations.
How much does it cost to install central air conditioning?
If installed to an existing forced-air heating system, central air with a home of 2,000 square ft has an average costs between $3,000 to $4,000 and can be done by two certified technicians in about two to three days in most cases, often with little or no change to the ducting. For a home that needs duct work installed, the costs and work time could be double.
How long do air conditioning units last?
Just like your car, truck, or other bigger piece of machinery, furnace and air conditioning systems require proper and regular maintenance in order to work efficiently, but even in the best case scenarios most components of such systems only last 15 to 25 years. Furnaces on average last 15 to 20 years, heat pumps around 16 years, and air conditioning units 10 to 15 years.
How many tons of AC do I need per square foot?
Keep in mind that the “normal” standard practice among Air Conditioning Contractors sizing ac units for new homes is to use a rule of thumb. It’s often in the ballpark of 1 ton of air conditioning capacity for every 600 sq feet of conditioned floor area, which would look like 600 sf/ton on paper.
What is the difference between forced air and central air?
A forced air heating system simply refers to units that use air to carry warmth throughout a space. Central forced air heating systems move air about the house to promote circulation.