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AIR CONDITIONER REPLACEMENT

Is it time for a new air conditioner? Give us a call. We’ll help you find the unit that is right for your house, get it ordered, and install it according to the manufacturer’s specifications. If you aren’t sure it’s time for an air conditioner replacement, we’ll evaluate your current unit and your situation and let you know what we recommend. For fast, efficient service from trained HVAC professionals who love their work, call us at Service Olympians today.

 

Service Olympians Heating, Cooling, & Plumbing offers top rated air conditioner replacement services. With our vast selection of products and affordable financing, we are certain you will find the perfect fit for your home and budget. Our certified technicians will have your cooling unit installed with as little intrusion in your life as possible. Don’t trust your AC needs to anyone else!

We Install the Following Air Conditioning Products:

  • Air Conditioners
  • Heat Pumps
  • Ductless Split Systems
  • Geothermal

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Choosing Air Conditioner Replacement

We know that getting your air conditioner replaced is a big decision. After all, an air conditioner represents a significant investment, and it can also mean going a day or two (or at least a few hours) without A/C. We want to help you make sure that air conditioner replacement is right for you, before you order a unit or call us to install it. Here’s what you should think about when considering whether or not to replace your current air conditioner.

 

  1. Are you too hot? If your home or business is too warm to be comfortable, it’s time to consider a new air conditioner. Your current unit may be too small for the size of your building, or it may simply not be working as well as it used to. Either way, you will end up spending a lot in utility bills if you try to make an undersized or broken unit cool a building. We’ll take a look and let you know the best way to invest your money.
  2. How much does your unit cost to run? Older air conditioners are vastly less efficient than newer ones, simply because energy efficient technology has become a priority for many people. If you are spending more than you think you should on your utility bills, consider replacing your current unit with one that uses energy better. Sure, it’s a significant investment now, but many people find that they actually save money in the long run.
  3. How old is your unit? If your air conditioner is over 10 years old, it may be a good idea to replace it. That is the lifespan on most units, and they tend to go downhill pretty fast after that mark. We’d be happy to come out and look at your current unit. We’ll let you know how well it’s functioning, if there’s anything we can do to make it work better, and if it’s in your best interests to replace it soon.
  4. How much are you spending on repairs? When you have an older air conditioner, repair bills can add up. Many times, you hit a point where the most cost effective solution is air conditioner replacement. We would be happy to inspect your current air conditioner, then let you know how much it would cost to make that one work better versus how much it would cost to get a new unit. Don’t worry! We will always give you the same information that we would consider when working on our own homes! We’ll help you make the decision that is best for you and your family.

If you’d like to explore that possibilities surrounding air conditioner replacement, give us a call. We’ll look at your current HVAC setup and let you know what would be the best way for you to invest your money. If you choose an air conditioner replacement, we’ll help you get your new unit ordered, oversee delivery if you so desire, and get everything installed just the way it should be. Let our experts make your life just a little bit easier…and a whole lot cooler!

WE SERVICE ALL MAKES & MODELS OF EQUIPMENT

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