Is your air conditioner unable to keep you cool when the temperatures start to rise? Are you currently using window units that just aren’t getting the job done? It may be time to schedule air conditioner installation in your Montgomery County area home! A new central air conditioner can greatly improve your home’s energy efficiency and comfort, and the experts at James A. Wheat & Sons can perform your air conditioning installation quickly and expertly. We provide services to homes in Bethesda, Gaitherbsurg, Potomac, Chevy Chase, Rockville, and the surrounding areas. When you need an HVAC company you can count on, choose James A. Wheat & Sons.
Before you schedule your air conditioning installation, there are a few important things you should take into account: the size of your unit and its efficiency.
When it comes to air conditioners, bigger isn’t necessarily better. There are a number of factors you should consider when choosing a new system for your home, including:
The size of your air conditioner is the single most important factor you should consider when installing a new unit. If your unit is too large, it will cost more to purchase and will cycle on and off more frequently, providing inefficient cooling and causing your compressor and parts to wear out more quickly. In addition, an oversized air conditioner will not provide adequate moisture control. If your unit is too small, the system will have to run constantly to keep up with the demands you place on it, and that’s not good either! Your James A. Wheat & Sons technician can look at your home and tell you exactly the size air conditioner you need to be as comfortable as possible.
In general, high-efficiency air conditioners have larger upfront costs. However, the higher initial cost is usually repaid several times over during the unit’s life span because of energy savings. In addition, your utility company may encourage the purchase of a new high-efficiency air conditioner by offering special rebates to offset the cost further. If you think you will use it often or if your electricity rates are high, buying a more expensive, high-efficiency air conditioner is a good investment that will pay off in the long run.
To schedule air conditioner installation in Montgomery County, contact us online today.
The quality of your air conditioner installation could greatly affect your system’s performance. A poorly installed unit could have a number of problems down the road and has a greater chance of breaking down. At James A. Wheat & Sons, our technicians are highly trained and capable of successfully installing your unit. We’ll assess your home and assist you in choosing the right unit for you. We’ll take into account factors such as your budget, your warranty, and the size of your home. After a new air conditioner is chosen, we’ll install the system, and we won’t consider our job complete until we’re certain your unit is working properly.
For more information on our AC installation in Rockville, Bethesda, Potomac, and the surrounding areas, call us at 240-399-5051240-399-5051 now!
Ready to replace your existing air conditioner or install one for the first time? If you are located in Montgomery County, Washington, DC, or the nearby areas, contact James A. Wheat & Sons today to learn more about our collection of air conditioning systems that will save you energy and money, while keeping you and your family cool all season long!
We have been providing AC repair, installation, and replacement services in Maryland since 1978, and we’ve stayed at the top of industry changes and improvements the whole time. Our award-winning air conditioning contractors have seen everything when it comes to air conditioners, and we can handle any issue you may have, large or small. We are a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, but we can provide services for any make and model. In addition to central air conditioners, we also install heat pumps and geothermal systems!
If you’re looking for an HVAC company you can count on in Montgomery County, look no further than James A. Wheat & Sons.
If you keep on top of regular maintenance and don’t run your air conditioner into the ground by making it work too hard (keeping your temperatures too low, leaving the fan on ON instead of AUTO, etc), you can expect to get a good 12–15 years out of it.
Sometimes it’s easy to make the case for air conditioner replacement, and sometimes it’s not. If your air conditioner isn’t in immediate danger of failure, there are a couple of things you should consider when thinking about air conditioner replacement: