Have a look on HVAC replacement services we provide to our customers
Is your system over 10 years old, not keeping up, high power bills or has a refrigerant leak? It may be time to start looking at a system replacement.
"Your Heating & Air Conditioning System is only as good as your dealer who installs it". With us we are factory trained and certified (RUUD PRO PARTNER) so you don't have to worry about our competancy. This also allows us to offer more efficient Systems (17 & 20 SEER exclusively) better Warranties, bigger Rebates, lower cost Financing Terms and Peace of Mind for you and your family.
When the time comes that your system reaches the point that a new system is a better option than repairing it and you have to purchase a new Furnace, Heater, Air conditioner or Heat Pump, you’re investing in the equipment and in the contractor who installs it. You’re depending on them to be professional, reliable and responsive, now and in the future.
As your only local Ruud Top Contractor & York Certified Comfort Expert Dealer, we are backed by the factory, companies that have represented quality for over a century. We’re also part of a national network of certified technicians and have proven records of success. We are dedicated to your comfort in more ways than one and it shows in every little thing we do, every time you call.
We install only premium-quality and proven HVAC Systems that are covered by a 5-10 year warranty and participate in ongoing training on new technologies. Most importantly, we back every installation with a 100% Satisfaction Money Back Guarantee. If you’re not happy for any reason, we will make things right. Which makes us the right choice for thousands of satisfied customers each year.
All of our replacement projects begin with an inspection of your home or business’s HVAC System. This allows us to look at your duct work, vent piping, drain lines, gas piping, system dimensions, electrical systems and overall functionality of the system and the home. Our comprehensive assessment will allow us to provide you with an accurate recommendation of a variety of products and options to fit every budget. We know how busy you are and go to great lengths to keep inconveniences to a minimum while the project is completed. However all homes are different and one system may work better than others depending on the home. We carry many brands and options to fit any budget, from standard 14 SEER systems to 20+ SEER modulating systems. We also carry Indoor Air quality products that match your new system like, Humidifiers, High Efficiency Air Filters (that are replaced every 6-12 months), Ultra Violet Air Purifiers and odor eliminators, Wi-Fi Thermostats to give you control and monitoring of the system while you are on the go. Rest assured when it comes to your homes comfort and air quality, we have you covered!
Give us a call and let us send a professional to your home and go over all of the options available to you. You will enjoy the energy savings new systems can offer as well as quiet operation, better humidity control, consistent temperature and overall comfort, all backed with warranties up to 10 years. Call us now at (704)799-2555.
If you've never experienced the purchase and installation of a new air conditioner, this will help you understand what to expect when you do; it's not something you do every day. On the day of your central air conditioner installation, expect a process similar to what’s listed below. Of course, the actual steps may vary a little, based your particular situation.
Keep in mind, no matter how good of an air conditioning system you purchase, you'll be disappointed without proper installation.
Let's take a look at the step by step process:
· If you’re local government requires permitting for the HVAC work, either we'll obtain the permit or you can chose to take care of it. In most cases, we do it.
· Recover the existing refrigerant for proper disposal or recycling, disassemble and remove the existing air conditioner.
· Install new duct systems or performs duct modifications or repairs.
· Prepare the installation site. For homeowners, this involves setting a new pad outside to support the air conditioner and making sure your existing one is level.
· Your new outdoor unit will be positioned correctly. The contractor will install it and secure it to the site. You don't want it to turn out like this one. It will shorten the life of your system.
· It's required to replace the evaporator coil at the same time so you have a matching, AHRI certified system. This requires opening up your furnace/air handler typically in your basement, attic or crawlspace, to remove the old one and replace it with a new one.
· The conditions may be right for you to replace both indoor and outdoor units at the same time, in some cases you may elect not to replace the air handler when you have a new outdoor unit installed.
· Connect the indoor and outdoor units by determining the appropriate size for refrigerant lines, drain piping, and electrical lines. These components link the parts of the indoor unit to the outdoor unit.
· Check the thermostat to the central air conditioner. You may have a new thermostat installed or continue to use your existing unit.
· Braze the refrigerant lines with a solder that contains at least 15% silver. Once it is soldered the system is pressure tested with dry nitrogen. Once it holds pressure we release the nitrogen and then pull a vacuum to remove contaminants from the refrigerant lines. We use digital micron gauges to ensure proper vacuum and decontamination. This is a crucial step in a proper installation!
· Start up the new cooling system and then charge the new central air conditioner or heat pump with refrigerant. We once again use digital gauges and sensors to get the system charged to factory specs via Superheat or subcooling methods. This ensures that the system is operating at peak efficiency.
· Perform a complete installation inspection to ensure the installation was done correctly and the system functions properly.
· If your system has a gas furnace the initial startup may emit smoke out of the vents. This is normal as the system is shipped with a light coating of oil on the heat exchanger to prevent rusting for the period it is shipped or stored before it is installed. Occasionally, this may set off the smoke detectors