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Air Conditioning Installation in Mesa: Know the Facts

Aug 04, 2015


There’s a lot of expertise and precision that goes into an air conditioner installation. When the time comes for you to have a unit installed in your Mesa home, you’ll want to make sure you hire the best contractor possible.

When installed correctly, your air conditioner will keep your home cool, run efficiently and maintain a constant temperature throughout the house. To do this effectively, it takes an expert installation performed to the absolute highest standards. Here’s a little more information about what’s involved.

Check Ducts to Maximize Efficiency

America’s air conditioners use enough energy every year to power the entire African continent. That won’t make for a very sustainable future and Donley Service Center is committed to making sure every unit we install will run efficiently, for the sake of the planet and your power bill.

But simply buying an energy efficient air conditioner isn’t enough. Leaky ducts can waste energy and precious cool air. That’s why we make sure ducts are sealed and in great working order when we perform an air conditioner installation in Mesa, or anywhere else in the Valley.

Air Conditioner Must Be the Right Size

If your air conditioner is too small, it will work too hard and use more energy to properly cool your home. It’ll also make your energy costs climb. If it’s too big, it won’t dehumidify your home properly – which means you won’t be as comfortable as you should. A bigger AC also costs more.

Airflow Testing

The air conditioner installation process should include testing to determine whether the proper airflow is achieved. Having the right airflow means healthy indoor air circulation and a more efficient air conditioning unit. A good contractor will thoroughly test the airflow to ensure it is exactly as it needs to be to cool your home efficiently.

Dangers of a Bad Install

Most bad air conditioner installations are the result of hiring an unlicensed or inexperienced contractor. While these contractors may be able to offer a lowball price, it comes at the expense of knowledge and quality.

A bad installation job will end up costing you far more in the long run than paying the extra few bucks to hire a licensed, bonded and insured contractor. If the unit is damaged or mishandled during the installation process, it could void the manufacturer’s warranty.

When other things go wrong, you’ll end up calling a licensed contractor anyway, just to fix the issues caused by the unlicensed installer.

Call Donley Service Center to Get a Quote

If you are considering an air conditioner install for your home or business, give Donley Service Center a call today at 602-773-5527. We’re available day and night if you ever have an air conditioning emergency.

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