As reliable and durable as most AC units are, eventually they need to be replaced. When the time comes for a new air conditioner, you need to choose a company that you can count on with the very best reputation for AC installation in Charlotte.

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Annual AC system tune ups can help you identify potential problems before they become an expensive nightmare.


The tune up will also increase your system’s efficiency and therefore lower your monthly cooling bills and save you money throughout the year.


Regular cleaning of the condenser and evaporator coils as needed. If these coils get dirty, then airflow can be compromised making your system work too hard.


Your system’s blower components will be cleaned and adjusted to ensure that air is circulating well.


Refrigerant levels will also be checked. When refrigerant levels are low you are at more risk for leaks and that can be a serious issue.


All systems elements will be checked to ensure they are working properly.


Dust, debris and even mold can sometimes accumulate within the system. If left unattended these materials can have a negative effect on your family’s health. This is especially true if you have elderly family members, young children, or individuals with compromised respiratory systems.

Having the system evaluated and cleaned will ensure that these harmful materials are not being circulated through your home on a daily basis. Our technicians will do their best to repair you system before suggesting a new AC installation in Charlotte.


Q: How do I know when it’s time to replace my HVAC or AC system?

A: A similar question to consider is “How often should I replace my car?” Replacing your HVAC system is not exactly the same, but it is good to keep in mind that an HVAC system is a piece of machinery. And like any machinery, it will start to experience wear over time with regular use, and repairs or replacements are necessary. Here are some questions you should consider:

  1. Do you not know how old your current system is?
  2. Does anyone in the household complain that they are too hot or too cold?
  3. Are your energy bills are too high?
  4. Have you consistently been spending money on repairs for your HVAC system?

If you answer yes to any one of these questions, then it may be time to consider a new HVAC/AC system. Note: If your system is over 8- 10 years old then it could be struggling to keep your house comfortable. New, energy-efficient technologies can make purchasing a new HVAC system worth it financially.

Q: What is a SEER?

A: SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. It is used to measure the efficiency of a central air conditioning. The higher the SEER rating, the more efficient the unit.

Q: What is the life expectancy of an HVAC system?

A: Most HVAC systems have a life span of 10 to 20 years, but this number depends on if you have had regularly scheduled HVAC tune-ups.

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