Air conditioning & Cooling System installation

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Read these tips from HVAC experts before installing a new air conditioner in your home.

1. What type of heating system is in the house?

Simply put, if the house already has a forced-air heating system, adding A/C should be relatively easy and the most inexpensive scenario. “If they have a gas, forced-air furnace, we can put a coil in there for the A/C system, then we just have to run the electric,” says Frank Garneski, owner of Garneski’s Air Conditioning & Heating in Sterling, Virginia. “If they have baseboard heat or a boiler, then it gets difficult.” Difficult, but not impossible. Each house is unique, and there are options for homes with no air ducts, but Garneski warns homeowners that those come at a cost. “Some HVAC companies don’t want to do it because it’s time-consuming,” he says. “It’s a real nasty job, too. In an old home, you don’t know what you’re running into. Old insulation, critters — all sorts of crazy crap.”

2. What type of A/C unit is best for the house?

Factors such as price and energy efficiency come into play when it’s time to select the most appropriate air conditioner for your house. “Seek out evaluations from three reputable contractors and have them each prepare three proposals for your consideration incorporating a good/better/best presentation which includes estimated annual cost of operation,” says Gregory Gill, president of Action Air Conditioning, Heating & Solar in San Marcos, California. “Then evaluate what system is the best investment for your particular circumstances.” The more energy efficient the unit, the higher the seasonal energy efficiency rating (SEER), which means a higher upfront cost for the homeowner. And while any new system is going to be more efficient than a window unit, it’s important to consider how long it will take to recoup your initial investment before paying big bucks for the most efficient model, says Henry Klinar, general manager of McKean Plumbing & Heating in Washington, Pennsylvania. “It depends on what part of the country you live in,” he says. “If you’re running your A/C eight months a year, the SEER rating is much more important than if you’re running it three or four months a year. It will take longer to get your money back.”

3. Can the circuit breaker box handle the additional electricity?

For some homes, the biggest obstacle is finding the space for the electrical needs. “You need to have the room in your electrical panel to add a breaker in order to support the A/C,” says Chad Peterman, operations manager for Peterman Heating, Cooling & Plumbing in Indianapolis. “Sometimes older homes have smaller electrical panels that might not take the A/C, and that could open a whole box of problems.” Homeowners would have to incur the additional costs of upgrading the circuit breaker box, which averages $1,962 according to 2014 reviews from Angie’s List members, and requires the skills of a highly rated electrician. “Most HVAC companies have an electrical contractor they work with and can recommend, someone who is familiar with the electrical needs of a new air conditioner,” Peterman says. Nonetheless, homeowners should take the time to vet the contractor when hiring an electrician. If retrofitting your house with A/C is on your to-do list, our experts advise homeowners to hire HVAC services with caution. “Make sure you investigate the company,” Peterman says. “With a retrofit, there’s more extensive work than just a change-out. Make sure they pull the proper permits and are licensed, bonded and insured.”

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