There will come a time where you are in need of AC installation and that is where Service Squad comes in to help. Whether you have built a new house or business and are in need of a brand new AC unit, or you just feel it is time to replace your old one, we can provide a quality service that will meet your AC installation needs.
Installing an AC seems like a simple process of just picking out an AC and installing it, but there is more to it than that. Details that can not only impact the lifespan of your air conditioning unit but will also save you money in the end.
When it is time to install a new AC unit then that means it is time to give Service Squad a call. We will arrive at a reasonable time to give you a clean and quality service. We are experts in our field and have years of experience entering your homes proving this.
If you feel it is time to install a new AC unit then feel free to give us a call. We can help you install the perfect AC for your home or business that is both effective and reasonably priced.
What we look for when we install an AC
When you install an AC unit we have to first look around at your specific situation. No home or business is the same. What is the size of the building we are installing the AC unit for, what size unit would be the most effective for your situation, and how do we make sure your AC lasts as long as possible beyond installation.
A lot of this all ties in together. The size of a building will almost always directly impact the size of the AC unit. Smaller buildings get smaller units and larger buildings gets larger ones. That said, installing the correct size of an AC unit is crucial to proper AC function.
When you install an AC unit it needs to be just the right fit. If it’s too small it will need to work twice as hard as a properly sized AC unit to cool a house to the same level. So if you have your house set to 75 degrees Fahrenheit, and your AC unit is properly sized, a standard cycle of that unit will be 30 minutes. If your unit is too small a cycle can take up to an hour to cool your home to 75 degrees.
This will not only drastically shorten the lifespan of your AC unit, requiring more repairs and maintenance, but it will cost you money. The longer an AC unit runs the more power you use and the more power you use the higher your bills.
On the other hand if your AC unit is too large for your home then instead of working twice as long it will not work long enough. Your AC cycles will be infrequent and shorter. As a result your home will feel more humid because the AC unit has not had the time to properly pull out all the warm air. Not only can this lead to mildew, but it can just feel extremely uncomfortable. Larger AC’s also use more energy and will cost you more money.
A properly sized AC unit will have normal cycles, typically around 30 minutes in length, and keep your house a cool and comfortable temperature. Your bill will be what it should and the only time you will see spikes, or have comfort issues, is when your unit is in need of maintenance. We offer that service as well.
Commercial and Residential AC Installation
Whether you are a home or business we can come to you and provide a high-quality service that will meet your needs. While many of the same rules apply to commercial and AC units, such as having the proper size and requiring proper maintenance throughout the year, there are some key differences that separate the two.
Many commercial AC units will be found on the rooftop of the building compared to homes where they are typically off to the side or behind the home. The reason for this being that the roof keeps commercial units safe from any potential vandalism, can be operated on during business hours without interfering with daily operations, and it also takes advantage of a space that usually goes unused by the business. Not to mention they are usually larger. This does however come with the drawback of leaving it more open to the elements.
Commercial units are larger and more powerful
If you have the kind of commercial business that requires a heavy-duty AC unit then your unit is going to be larger and more powerful than the average AC unit. It typically has to work harder for longer to keep an entire commercial building at a temperature that workers, clients, and/or customers will all find comfortable.
Residential units are a singular unit
The average residential unit is going to be one single AC unit that cools an entire home. If your home is large enough and has two stories you may have two, one for the upstairs and one for downstairs, but those two units will still be separate individual units that need their own maintenance. Commercial units are large packaged units with multiple modular pieces that can be added and taken away. This is convenient for them, because it will allow the unit to continue running even when parts break down, but it is also more difficult to install. This is why calling a top notch service for AC installation is so important.
How to get the most out of your AC
Once your AC unit is installed you will want to make sure it lasts as long as possible. To assure this you will need to schedule regular maintenance on your unit. Twice a year is typically recommended. Once right after the summer as it cools down and then another maintenance check right after the colder months in case anything damaged the unit. You do not want to find out your AC unit is in need of repair during July.
Hire a qualified team
When looking for someone to hire to install your AC you will want to hire a qualified team that is capable of properly installing your AC unit. An improper installation can lead to a multitude of problems. If you notice any of these problems then whoever installed your AC unit may have done so improperly.
Cold and hot spots in your home/business
Inconsistent air flow
Overly expensive bill
If you notice one or many of these problems, then call an AC technician right away to service your unit.
At Service Squad we pride ourselves on being efficient, effective, and clean. Whether it’s a home or business we will provide you with the best possible AC unit for your situation. If you are ready to install a new AC unit then feel free to give us a call at 1-800-831-1795 or use our online contact page. We will be happy to help you.