AC Installation & Replacement Services in Lancaster, OH
Air Conditioner Installation Done Right.
Having a trustworthy and dependable cooling system is essential in Fairfield County. Are you looking to replace an old, outdated AC unit, or have a new home cooling system installed in your home? There are many options out there, some for every budget and home. Our Install Team at Lancaster Furnace & Air Conditioning would be thrilled to help you pick the best AC to install in your Lancaster home. Schedule AC installation services today!
AC Installation & Replacement Quick Guide
Should I replace my AC?
Choosing the Right AC Unit
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Should I Replace My Air Conditioner?
The precise number of years a central AC unit will operate fruitfully without needing repairs frequently and costing too much in energy inefficiencies depends on a few factors, like how well it was installed, to begin with, how well repairs have been made over the years and how often those repairs have been necessary.
Most important of all, however, is how often the system has had preventative maintenance performed by a professional. A system that’s been maintained regularly throughout the years will almost always last a lot longer than one that has not been, and by far.
Keeping that in mind, if your AC is giving you any of the problems we outline below, give us a call to have a certified AC repair person come check it out. These problems, or symptoms, point to the need for a new AC:
- Is the coil freezing up?
- Are your cooling bills higher?
- Do you have any moisture leakage?
- Is your AC unit making unusual sounds?
- Is there any sort of oily residue on the parts?
- Is there any inconsistency in home cooling levels?
- Is your thermostat reading lower than the actual temperature?
Choosing the Right Air Conditioner
Heat pumps are rising in popularity as an essential part of residential HVAC systems across Central Ohio, but is it right for your home?
Four main types of A/Cs to consider for your home:
Ductless mini-split systems
If you’re needing a home cooling system and don’t have any ductwork running through the home, or if you don’t want to use ductwork, ductless systems are popular systems that you should consider.
Heat pumps are another type of split system. Instead of the usual binary AC and furnace system, heat pumps run in the winter and in the summer, providing comfort year-round. This outdoor unit looks a great deal like a central AC unit, in fact, people often mistake the two.
Packaged air conditioners
Packaged air conditioners are the combination of a heat pump and an electric air conditioner. Usually, packaged air conditioners sit on top of the roof of a commercial building or outside the home. They are popular for commercial application use because they have a small footprint and installation is flexible.
Split systems are the most common style of central AC systems in homes across the country. The term “split” is used because it has components both outside and inside the residence.
choose the correct a/c size:
Determine what unit to buy based on the room size. In general, an air conditioner needs roughly 20-25 BTU for each square foot of living space. If a unit is too strong, you’ll waste unnecessary power, too weak and you’ll continually run the machine on full power and never feel cool enough. In general, err on the side of slightly larger to ensure comfort. You’ll want to size up if your AC is in a room with:
- High ceilings, which create more space that needs to be cooled
- High traffic — more people means more heat generated
- Natural sunlight
- Near the kitchen with lots of heat-generating appliances
A/C Features to look for:
- “Check filter” light: A visual reminder to clean or replace the air filter.
- Sleep mode: Slightly increases the room’s temperature setting at night to avoid nighttime chills.
- Manufacturer’s warranty: Generally ranges from one to two years for parts and labor.
- Energy-saver switch: Normally, an air conditioner’s fan runs constantly, even when the compressor is turned off. But with an energy-saving switch, the fans turn off when the thermostat turns off the compressor, saving you money.
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When it is time to get a new HVAC system, it is best to ask for an estimate or HVAC quote from a contractor to give you an idea of how much it will cost to replace your system.
Things you’ll need to know:
- What A/C Efficiency SEER Rating Would You Like?
- How big is your home? (sq. ft)
- What year was your home built?
- Where is your current heating system located? (basement, closet, etc.)
Our Installations are Quick & Easy
At Lancaster Furnace & Air Conditioning, we make the installation process a breeze for our customers. First, we’ll dispose of your old HVAC equipment in an environmentally friendly manner. Then, we’ll begin installation according to which package you’ve chosen. We’ll reconnect the ductwork, calibrate the new system controls, and perform tests on the new system to ensure everything is 100% working order. We’ll be sure to clean up after ourselves and be on our way — leaving you and your family more satisfied than when we arrived!
HVAC Financing Options in Lancaster, OH
Buy Today, Pay Over Time.
At Lancaster Furnace & Air Conditioning, we have some outstanding HVAC finance offers we have available for our highly valued customers. In addition, we have partnered with several different financial institutions to help our customers keep their homes comfortable year-round. Learn more and apply today!
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