Air Conditioner Installs Done Right
The most important day in the life of any air conditioner is the day it is installed. Unfortunately, studies show that too many air conditioners are installed wrong. The two most common mistakes are: they are sized wrong or they have air flow issues. We train to make sure this doesn’t happen. Our HVAC supervisors make sure that the air conditioner installed will cool your home the way you expect it to.
Free Bid to Install a New Air Conditioner
If you’re looking for a company to install a new air conditioner, Any Hour Services is happy to send one of our HVAC supervisors to your home and show you what options are available. They will walk you through the process and give you a price while they are still at your home. This visit is free and many times, we can install whichever air conditioner you choose within a couple of days. Contact us today to schedule a free visit to find out what options are available.
Avoid AC Install Mistakes
You know how hot it gets here in Utah. Most homes have an air conditioner and many of those homes still have areas of the house that heat and cool unevenly. This is often the result of a poorly designed system or improper air conditioner install. The two biggest air conditioner install mistakes are sizing and airflow.
When you have an air conditioner installed it is important to have the right size air conditioning unit, too big or too small can cause problems. Logically you might think that is your home isn’t getting cool enough you may need a bigger air conditioner but that is not always the case. One of the biggest things that affects the quality of your air conditioner install is the airflow.
Airflow is affected by two main things. One, the volume of air your air conditioner can move. Second, how much air the ductwork can move back and forth, to and from your air conditioner? This is why it is so important to make sure that whoever is biding your air conditioner install, takes the time to do all the math.
If you’ve been told it’s time to install a new air conditioner, but you still have questions, Any Hour Services can help. We’ll send one of our HVAC supervisors to your home for a no pressure, Free Second Opinion.
Air Conditioner Install: First Steps
When you’re installing an air conditioner, you meet with different HVAC companies to get a price and figure out what the next steps are. While price is an important factor it is not the only factor to consider when replacing your AC. When you’re talking to an HVAC company, how much attention are they paying to the structure and what your experience was with your old air conditioner?
In addition to looking at your existing structure they should be measuring the cubic feet of your home, checking the level of attic insulation, the number of doors and windows, what rooms have the most sun exposure, the altitude, etc. They should compare what size air conditioner it would take to cool your home vs the size air conditioner your ductwork was designed for. This is one of the most common things other HVAC companies miss.
Any HVAC company should also spend some time talking to you about what you liked about your old system and what you want your new air conditioner to do better. They should ask if there have been any additions/remodels since your old air conditioner was installed and ask to see the areas of the home that get unusually hot in the summer? Pay attention to how detailed they are when they’re talking about your air conditioner install?
Don’t ignore the way you felt when they were in your home. There are a lot of measurements and calculations that need to be made when installing an air conditioner and if someone doesn’t take the time to do the math right, you could end up investing in a new air conditioner that can’t cool your home the way you want it to. If an HVAC company rushes through the initial walk through, what other important steps are they going to rush through?
Installing a new air conditioner is a large investment, don’t shortchange yourself.
How long does it take to install an air conditioner?
At Any Hour Services, our HVAC install department can complete an air conditioner installation in a day. We stage the equipment the night before so it can be picked up early the next morning. The size of your air conditioner install will determine the size of the installation crew we send to install your system. Our goal is to complete your air conditioner install in 1 day.
How Any Hour Services can help with your air conditioner install needs
Our heating and air conditioning departments are a large portion of the company and our technicians help thousands of homeowners across the Wasatch Front with all kinds of air conditioning projects in their homes. Any Hour Services wants you to feel comfortable having our HVAC technicians in your home.
We've trained the technician that comes to your home to:
- Respect you, your home and your time
- Listen to and understand your unique situation
- Help you understand what options are available
- Present you with a price before the work begins
- Happily perform the work you choose
It's also important to have an HVAC technician that is:
- Licensed, certified, bonded and insured
- Background-checked and drug-tested
- Technically competent and proficient
- Up-to-date on the latest safety codes and industry standards
- Trustworthy in your home and around your family
Committed to Customer Service
We will never rush you into a decision. Our HVAC technicians will take the time to help you understand your options. There’s no such thing as too many questions.
We know you have choices when it comes to air conditioning contractors in Utah. We hope you’ll give us an opportunity to prove that the things listed above are not just a list on a website but the way we strive to do business.
If you still have questions or would like to schedule an HVAC technician to come to your home, give us a call and let us know how we can help.
Darren & Maria's Story
"When you have Any Hour come to your house-- they are knowledgeable, they know what they are talking about. It's not just their job, they really do care about the people. "
"...It's not just their job, they really do care about the people. "