Premier Heating & Air Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning System Installation’

What Size AC Do I Need for My House?

Monday, April 11th, 2022
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If you’re currently looking for a new air conditioning installation in Conyers, GA to deal with the upcoming summer, we’re glad you’re asking a question like this. The size of an air conditioning system is one of the most important factors in choosing which AC to install. It’s not something you want to get wrong either. Go too big or too small, and you’ll have an air conditioner that doesn’t do what you need and will cost you far too much to do a bad job.

The good news is that you don’t have to make this choice yourself. It’s best to leave sizing a new AC to professionals like ours. Below we’ll get into why sizing an air conditioner is so important and how we find out the right size AC for a house.

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Questions to Ask Yourself When Getting a New AC

Monday, June 21st, 2021
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You have plans to install a new air conditioner for your home. You may have inherited your current air conditioner when you moved into the house and this is the first time you’ve needed to confront getting a new one. But even if you’ve gone through an AC replacement before, it’s probably been many years since you did it the last time and you’re unsure about what you need to do or what type of cooling system to get.

No problem, we’re here to help. We’re the HVAC company in Mcdonough, GA who can help make the process of putting in a new air conditioning system straightforward and with excellent results. Let’s first start with some questions you can ask yourself that will help get the process going. These will also lead to questions you can ask your AC installers.

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Can I Add a Central AC to My House?

Monday, May 10th, 2021
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Not all homes in Atlanta were built when central air conditioning systems were common. For these homes, it might seem like having a new central AC installed is impossible. They’ll just have to do with clunky window air conditioning units.

But this isn’t necessarily true! Adding central air conditioning to a home is not as difficult as you might imagine, and there are several ways our technicians can provide your house with a central AC installation in Conyers, GA. You can pitch those ugly and inefficient window units into the recycling yard and enjoy great cooling throughout the rooms of your home.

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Understanding an AC System’s Energy Efficiency Ratings

Monday, April 12th, 2021
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An air conditioning system comes with a set of ratings to describe its maximum energy efficiency performance: how effectively it takes its electrical power and converts it into cooling output. Air conditioners are becoming more efficient with each year as technology advances, and your current AC may be from an earlier era and consume more power than necessary.

In this post we’re going to guide you through how air conditioning efficiencies work. This can help you understand the efficiency of your air conditioner, or it may come in handy if you are looking to have a new AC installed this spring. 

A word of caution: you will need professional air conditioning services in Conyers, GA if you make any changes to your AC setup. Only professional HVAC technicians can find the ideal new unit for you, and efficiency ratings aren’t the only criteria you need to know. 

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What Are the Benefits of Ductless Air Conditioning?

Monday, August 31st, 2020
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If you look around at our air conditioning services for Conyers, GA the rest of South Metro Atlanta, you’ll see ductless systems. Also called a ductless mini split heat pump, this is a type of HVAC installation that, well, does what the name says: it works at providing comfort without the need for ducts.

The standard for central AC for decades has been a split system air conditioner that attaches to a ventilation network of ducts that travels between walls and through the attic to reach the rooms. Ductless systems can deliver comfort around a house without a single foot of ductwork.

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