Attic air-handling units
Ductless air conditioning
Proven Energy Savings
“Hi Steve -
Just thought I would share some good news with you.
At the end of the summer last year I got a new AC unit. It seems to be making a noticeable reduction in my electricity use. My WeEnergies bill says the average temp last August was 69, this August it was 74.” The energy bill had dropped over 8%, this was good news!
I’m impressed the total bill went down despite:
- much warmer summer
- nearly 1% increase in electricity rates
- the energy bill doesn't isolate the AC, so the effective savings on just the AC would be even higher!
The customer continued…
“I never expected I could see such an obvious difference ... a nice surprise! Continuing to appreciate your good service.”
Does an air conditioner need a tune-up?
Yes, every year to prevent premature failure of components, expensive repair costs, and down time. Further, the outdoor coil must be cleaned to promote heat transfer and maintain efficiency.
Conserve energy + increase life expectancy + minimize untimely shutdowns = Save $$$
Tune-ups take about 45 minutes. Find pricing here.
Some of the big items we check, test, and inspect during a tune-up include: temperatures, coils, filters, contactors, capacitors, air pressures, condensate pans and hoses
You can have the best AC installation possible because we:
-replace old copper lines with new and using specialty tools to prevent kinks
-use factory-matched evaporator coils to guarantee efficiency and capacity ratings!
-remove and recycle existing AC and refrigerant
-use silver/phosphorous braze on all copper joints
-purge the system of moisture with nitrogen gas
-evacuate the system to less than 500 microns before introducing the precise amount of refrigerant
-place ACs on a level, rigid, reinforced, sound-deadening, UV-resistant plastic base
-complete start-up tests per manufacturer guidelines
-fabricate custom sheet metal onsite
-acquire necessary HVAC and electrical permits
-provide professional electricians for safe, code-compliant electricity
-add an EZ start capacitor to extend compressor life, reduce start-up amperage, and save energy
-replace existing condensate hoses
What is a ductless heat pump (aka a mini-split heat pump)?
A heat pump is a fancy air conditioner that can help heat a home in the fall and spring, thereby reducing fossil fuel usage. The time to consider a heat pump is when a new air conditioning system is needed or if no central air ducts are in place. If the home has no ducts, a ductless heat pump may be the perfect solution.
Ductless heat pumps are able to offer cooling and heating without ductwork because the super quiet fan coils are mounted directly in the living space. These ultra-efficient units are able to cool and heat areas that were previously difficult or impossible to keep comfortable.