Air Conditioning Installation
As your AC system gets older, it becomes less efficient. That doesn't only mean higher utility bills—it means less comfort on hot, humid days.
With a new, energy-efficient system, you can cut those cooling bills and stay comfortable at all times. But there are many options available to you. Is your current setup right for your home and your part of the country? What is your current unit's Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating? Would a different type of HVAC system serve you better?
That's where we can help. All AC installation providers are not alike. Contact us to schedule a no-cost, expert analysis of the benefits of replacing your system and learn more about our customized air conditioning installation services—which are backed by our Exceptional Service Guarantee.
Why choose ARS/Rescue Rooter?
- Free, no-obligation installation estimates—and expert insights from our qualified HVAC professionals.
- Same-day installation (subject to availability) to get your new system up and running without delay.
- Financing options to help make your investment in comfort as easy as possible. We also offer discounts for Seniors and Military.
- Fully qualified employees who show respect for your home by wearing shoe covers, using drop cloths and cleaning up their work area.
Terms to know
We know you aren’t an expert in what makes your air conditioning function— that’s why you called us! You might hear our technicians mention a few of the terms below, but always feel free to ask if you have any questions:
- Air Handler — the indoor unit that provides conditioned air circulation through your home. An air-handling unit includes a blower, heating and/or cooling elements, filter racks or chambers and dampers.
- Compressor — In a central air conditioning system, the compressor (and the condenser) is located in the box outside your home and compresses refrigerant to initiate the cooling process.
- Evaporator Coil — the part of the air conditioning system that actually pulls heat out of your home’s air by allowing the refrigerant to evaporate, which extracts heat from the surrounding air, lowering the air temperature.
- Refrigerant — A substance found in the evaporator coils that moves from gas to liquid to exchange heat to produce a cooling effect.
- Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) — SEER is a standardized measurement for the overall operating efficiency of an air conditioning system. The higher the system's SEER rating, the more efficient it is at converting energy into air cooling.