Choosing the Right Air Conditioner for Your Air Conditioner Replacement

When you realize you need a new air conditioner, especially this time of year, it can be pretty stressful. First, on top of the heat that’s now building in your home, you’ll need to find the right air conditioning contractors you can trust to suggest the right size and type of air conditioning that will work best for you. That’s why when you need help with your air conditioning in St Anthony, you should trust the experts at Aabbott Ferraro. You can depend on us to get the job done right the first time and that your new air conditioner will not cost you any more than it needs to. We take into consideration the size of your home, any existing ductwork and more before suggesting a new air conditioning system. We have been serving this area for decades, so our heating and air conditioning technicians are well-versed in our unique climate and how it affects your air conditioner needs. So, before we get started, here is a brief rundown of these factors and how they affect the type of system we install.air conditioning

First, we will consider how big your home is, how many windows and doors it has, how energy efficient these windows and doors are, how much shade your home gets, how good your home’s insulation is and what your climate is like.

Next, measurements will be taken. This is the best way to figure out what size air conditioning system to install. Measurements include the square footage of your home and each room in your home. And one of the other measurements he will take into consideration is the cooling capacity of the air conditioner systems available.

No existing ductwork? More interested in zone cooling? Then you might want to consider ductless air conditioning. Ductless air conditioning is great for people whose homes do not have ductwork. With ductless air conditioners, you get all of the cool comfort of an in-home air conditioner but without the expense and hassle of having ductwork installed.

Our technician will also tell you about your new unit’s SEER rating. SEER stands for “seasonal energy efficiency ratio.” It is what tells us how energy efficient the unit is, so the higher the SEER rating, the more energy efficient the unit will be.

Whatever your home needs is what our air conditioning experts will prescribe. Interested in learning more about air conditioning for your St Anthony home? Call Aabbott Ferraro at 651-776-7214 or you can contact us to set up your Free Estimate.

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