Keller AC Installation Services
A new air conditioning unit offers many benefits for property owners. New air conditioning systems are more energy efficient than older units. Moreover, HVAC units feature an energy efficiency rating. Older units had a lower rating than today’s more efficient models. Using a more efficient air conditioning unit will lower your energy bills.
EPA regulations led manufacturers to phase out the use of Freon as a refrigerant in new units. Freon releases harmful gases into the atmosphere that contribute to global warming. New HVAC units use environmentally friendly refrigerants to cool your home.
When you call Texas Pride Heating & Air to schedule your Keller air conditioning replacement, you can select an HVAC unit that features higher-quality, quieter materials. Many new systems replace the old sheet metal ducts with fiberglass or fiberboard that creates less noise. These materials also improve efficiency. Variable-speed fans change speeds based on the temperature, which saves you money. Other features, like dual-stage compressors, reduce noise in your home.
New air conditioning units also offer upgrades like smart thermostats. Homeowners can use a smartphone app to program the thermostat and set cooling zones in their home. When you’re away from your home, you can check your home’s temperature and make adjustments on the app.
Many customers ask us how they can tell if they need a new air conditioning unit. The first sign is the unit’s age. If your air conditioning system is between 10 and 20 years old, it may be time to call Texas Pride Heating & Air about a replacement. When you properly maintain your HVAC system, it should last for up to 20 years. Without proper maintenance, you may notice that you need a new HVAC unit closer to the 10-year mark.
Homeowners can watch for these additional signs:
- Higher energy bills with no clear explanation
- Musty or unusual smells
- Unusual or loud noises
- Frequent repairs
- Costly repairs
- Uneven cooling
Our customers often ask how they can keep their new air conditioning unit functioning properly. To ensure your new system lasts as long as possible, it’s important to change your air filters regularly. Over time, air filters fill up with dirt and dust, which reduces airflow. A dirty air filter forces your HVAC unit to work harder. When your system works harder, you’ll notice an increase in your heating and cooling bills.
When you call Texas Pride Heating & Air about your Keller air conditioning replacement, our experts will give you all the information you need to keep your new air conditioning unit running smoothly.