- How soon can you install a new air conditioning system?
- Are there any rebates for replacing my air conditioning unit or repairing my air ducts?
- What are the maintenance requirements for my new air conditioner?
- Do you sell ENERGY STAR qualified central air conditioners?
- How do I determine the air conditioner capacity needed for my home?
How soon can you install a new air conditioning system?
Most systems can be installed with in 24 hours.
Are there any rebates for replacing my air conditioning unit or repairing my air ducts?
Yes, Duke Energy Florida is offering rebates for duct repair and replacing your air conditioning unit.
What are the maintenance requirements for my new air conditioner?
To keep your air conditioning unit in optimal condition regular maintenance is required. We recommend spring and fall check ups.
Do you sell ENERGY STAR qualified central air conditioners?
Yes, the air conditioning systems we sell have a higher seasonal energy efficiency ratio and energy efficiency ratio ratings, making them about 14% more efficient than standard models.
How do I determine the air conditioner capacity needed for my home?
Choosing the right size system when shopping for an air conditioner is extremely important. Units that are bigger than necessary may not be able to remove the humidity effectively, resulting in an uncomfortable room. A quick and easy way to determine the right size is to refer to the chart below. (Please note: This chart is an estimate only - a load calculation is needed to properly determine the size unit needed for your home. If you are considering replacing your air conditioning unit we can provide this information to you with a free estimate.)
|Area To Be Cooled (sq. ft.)||Capacity Needed (Btu/Hour)|
|100 to 150||5,000|
|150 to 250||6,000|
|250 to 300||7,000|
|300 to 350||8,000|
|350 to 400||9,000|
|400 to 450||10,000|
|450 to 550||12,000|
|550 to 700||14,000|
|700 to 1000||18,000|
|1,000 to 1,200||21,000|
|1,200 to 1,400||23,000|
|1,400 to 1,500||24,000|
|1,500 to 2,000||30,000|
Make adjustments for the following circumstances:
- If the room is heavily shaded, reduce capacity by 10%.
- If the room is very sunny, increase capacity by 10%.
- If more than two people regularly occupy the room, add 600 BTUs for each additional person.
- If the unit is used in a kitchen, increase capacity by 4,000 BTUs.
- Consider where you install the unit. If you are mounting an air conditioner near the corner of a room, look for a unit that can send the airflow in the right direction.