Scottsdale's Trusted AC Installation CompanyShopping for a new heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system can be confusing and frustrating. Comparing system sizes, efficiency ratings, models and manufacturers can overwhelm even the most determined researcher. We're here to help you select a solution that suits your needs and budget.
An Air Conditioning Solution Tailored for Your Home Lots of air conditioner installation companies simply replace an old ac unit with a new one of the same size or larger. But that's not a sound strategy. Before we install anything, our professional HVAC technicians perform a complete analysis of your home's cooling requirements to ensure that your new system is perfect for your needs. There's no guesswork involved. Larson Air Conditioning pledges to get it right the first time.
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Professional AC Installation - Done Right the First TimeTo get the most out of your new air conditioning system, it must be installed according to the manufacturer's exact specifications. Our installers will provide you with a properly installed system that will last longer, be less prone to breakdown and operate at its peak efficiency for years to come. Larson Air Conditioning will never take shortcuts that could impact your health, safety or system performance and efficiency. All of our work is fully guaranteed and we're available 365 days a year if you have any problems or questions.
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We Install Only the Best Home Air Conditioner UnitsWe install most brands of residential air conditioning equipment including Carrier, Bryant, Lennox, York, Rheem, Rudd, American Standard, Trane, Goettl, Armstrong Air, Maytag, Goodman, Amana and many more. Not sure whether you need to replace or repair your air conditioner? Call (480) 428-0600 or email us to explore your options and schedule an appointment.
HVAC Installation Quality Guidelines
Proper Sizing of EquipmentInstalling the right size equipment for the home is essential to getting the best performance and comfort. Many homeowners believe that bigger is always better when buying new heating and cooling equipment. In reality, a system that's too large will not keep your home comfortable because of frequent 'on/off' cycling. Incorrect sizing can also put stress on system components and shorten the equipment's life. With a Quality Installation like ours, we'll make sure that you get a system that is the right size for your home.
Sealing DuctsTo help ensure that your new system delivers the heated or cooled air to all the rooms of your home, we'll evaluate your duct system to identify leaks, and then seal them using mastic, metal-backed tape, or an aerosol-based sealant. In some instances, we'll advise you that it is necessary to replace or add ducts.
Ensure Proper Refrigerant ChargeIncorrect refrigerant levels can lower efficiency by 5-20 percent and can ultimately cause premature component failure, resulting in costly repairs. With our Quality Installation, we'll verify that the refrigerant level in the system is correct.
Air Flow OptimizationIf air flow in your heating and cooling system is too high or too low, you may experience comfort problems and higher utility bills. With our Quality Installation, we'll test air flow and make any needed adjustments for optimal performance and in some cases suggest an air balancing service.
Quality Installation ChecklistWhen we install your new heating and cooling equipment we'll do the following to ensure a quality installation:
- Provide adequate room around the equipment for service and maintenance.
- Install and set up a programmable thermostat compatible with your new system (if not already in use).
- Show you how to change the air filter(s).
- Test and verify proper air flow (if a furnace or heat pump).
- Verify that your furnace has been tested for proper burner operation and proper venting of flue gases. The vent piping should be inspected for leaks or deterioration and repaired or replaced as necessary.
- Install a properly matched indoor coil when replacing an outdoor unit. An old coil will not work efficiently with a new outdoor unit.
- Confirm that the level of refrigerant charge and the airflow across the indoor coil meets the manufacturer's recommendation. It's estimated that more than 60 percent of central air conditioners are incorrectly charged during installation.
- Place the condenser in an area that can be protected from rain, vegetation, as specified by the manufacturer.