Air Conditioning Unit Installation and Replacement
If your air conditioning unit is no longer keeping its cool in the summer heat, it may be time to consider installing a new unit. So Cal Services offers top of the line, trusted energy efficient products. When you are looking for an air conditioner for your home, there are several options and features to choose from. For expert advice and precise installation call So Cal Services to help with your new cooling system. One of our experienced technicians will offer you a free estimate and will make sure that the right system is installed in your home to ensure maximum performance.
Ways To Tell You Need Air Conditioning Replacement
- Too Many Costly Repairs
- System Always Running
- Strange, Loud Noises
- Increased Energy Bill
An air conditioner replacement is a worthwhile investment to keep your home comfortable and potentially save you money in the long run. If you decide a new air conditioner is right for you, So Cal Services will have you feeling cool in no time. Don’t give your AC the cold shoulder – call our technician at (951) 926-1978 for a free replacement estimate.
So Cal Services Offers AC Replacement Options
Central Air Conditioning System
The most common type of central air conditioning is the split system, installed in most Southern California residential homes. This system features a condenser outside the home and a coil system inside connected by pipes carrying refrigerant. The refrigerant cools the air and a blower circulates air through ducts throughout the house. Central air conditioning provides cleaner air and operates quietly.
Split Ductless Systems
Split ductless systems are similar to central air systems. They are often installed in older homes that just have baseboard heating or radiators. Split ductless systems have an outside condenser with one or more indoor units with blowers mounted high on the wall. Unlike central systems, split ductless systems need no duct work.
Heat pump air conditioners are an alternative form of central air conditioning. Heat pumps work on the principle of heat transfer. The heat pump acts as a transporter constantly moving warm air from one place to another, depending on the season. When it’s hot outside the pump extracts the heat from inside your house to the outside. When it is cold outside the process is reversed.
Protect Your New Air Conditioning System
Once your new air conditioning system is installed, you’ll want to keep in working efficiently. You wouldn’t drive your car for a year without getting an oil change the same logic stands true for your new air conditioning system. You shouldn’t install a new AC system without scheduling for a tune-up. Our Cool Club Service Agreements provide our customers with many scheduled maintenance benefits. Be sure to ask our expert technicians about how to become a Cool Club member.