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His team came in and professionally installed the whole system, replacing and sterilizing the ductwork, and cleaning up very well after all of the drywall work and repairs.

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AC Replacement in Orlando, FL

If you live in Florida, you know that air conditioning is a necessity. If your air conditioner isn’t keeping you cool, you will surely call for AC repair. In some cases, you can repair your air conditioner yourself. But air conditioners don’t last forever. When they die, you need a new unit. We offer AC installation in Orlando, FL, for many different kinds of units.

Financing

If you have a broken air conditioner but do not have money to buy a new one, you may think you will have to live without it. The average temperature of Orlando in the Summer is in the 90s. It could be dangerous to go without air conditioning.

We want your home to be healthy and comfortable. We offer financing options for air conditioning services to customers who can’t afford to pay for a new air conditioner and installation upfront.

Different Types of Air Conditioners

Not all air conditioners are constructed the same. Before you select your new air conditioner, you should know a bit about your options.

Central AC

You will find central air conditioning systems in larger homes and apartment buildings. It can cool numerous rooms or apartments at the same time using its ducted system. The ducts are spread throughout the building. As it is a large and complicated system, we install the system in the attic or basement.

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Ductless Mini Split

If you live in a small home or apartment or to conserve energy, you may want to select a ductless mini split as your AC unit. This type of air conditioning takes up little space and is energy efficient. A mini split works with both an outdoor and indoor unit.

The outdoor unit is made up of a condenser and a compressor. In some cases, one outdoor unit will work with a couple of different indoor units. The indoor units mount easily onto a wall. Refrigerant will flow through tubing inside the units.

High–Efficiency Systems

The compressor of a regular air conditioner runs at a single level. It uses a lot of energy when you turn it on. A high–efficiency air conditioner has a more sophisticated system of compression. This kind of system changes levels based on the cooling needs of the house.

The coils of a high–efficiency air conditioner are made with a lighter material and that allows for a more efficient transfer of heat.

The blower fan of a highly efficient system blows at a lower level most of the time. This makes your system run with less energy, reducing your carbon footprint and energy bills. Our service professionals can help you make a plan to reduce your overall impact on the Earth.

Heat Pump

The expression "heat pump air conditioning" may sound like an oxymoron. However, heat is not created through a heat pump. The heat from the air or ground is redistributed through a heat pump. These systems use a refrigerant that circulates from the outdoor unit to the indoor unit.

When a heat pump is in cooling mode, it absorbs heat that is inside your home. That heat is released into the outdoors.

Zone Systems

A zoning AC system is another option that will save energy. It only cools the rooms in your house that you are using. It works by dividing your AC system into several different zones with their own thermostats.

Different people are comfortable at different temperatures. If you have people who prefer being warmer in your home, you can save energy as they won’t turn their thermostats up as high as others in the house. A zoning system lets you and your family cohabitate more peacefully.

We begin installing a zone system in your house by dividing the home into several sections with their own thermostat.

We then install dampers inside your home’s ducts. Dampers control airflow within a home, allowing you to individually control each of the thermostats. When you turn your thermostat up, the dampers open and close until they reach the temperature you have set. We pride ourselves on great service. We won’t leave until your HVAC equipment works perfectly.

Thermostat Installation

Sometimes you don’t need a whole new HVAC system. In some cases, your thermostat may simply be broken. We can install a new thermostat on your current air conditioning system.

When your thermostat is broken, your AC unit may still work, but you cannot change the temperature. This could result in a huge waste of energy or a home that is not at a comfortable temperature.

New Home Installation

Everyone wants to live in Florida. There is a lot of new construction here. If you have recently had a home built, we can install a new air conditioning system for you. Call us to request an estimate. One of our team members can come out to your home to assess your needs. They can tell you which kind of system is the best for you.

Why You Should Hire Us

Downtown Air and Heat is a family–owned business committed to customer satisfaction. Whether you are looking to upgrade your air conditioning system or need AC repair, we can give you high–quality service.

Part of excellent service is knowing that every home is different. We offer custom installation of air conditioning systems of any kind. We can also help you with maintenance on your HVAC system so that you won’t have to replace it often.

Our professional tech specialists work quickly and efficiently. Our company guarantees every purchase with a one–year warranty. We do everything in our power to install a cost–effective system. We can also install air purifiers and heating systems.

We know Orlando air conditioning, and we want to make your family comfortable. Give us a call today.

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