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HVAC Installation Service

Installing a new HVAC system is a big investment, and you deserve a great result. At ARS/Rescue Rooter, we offer professional HVAC installation.

Get the Most From Your HVAC System

If you want to get the best output and efficiency from your HVAC system, our technicians can provide it. With our Exceptional Service Guarantee, you can rest assured that we will work to meet your expectations.

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We maintain high standards for our technicians, so that they provide excellent service. To learn more about our HVAC installation, book an appointment today!

When to Buy a New HVAC System

It’s not always easy to tell when you need HVAC system installation. Here are a few things that you should keep in mind, so that you can plan ahead.

Your System Is Old

As a general rule, you can expect to get 10 to 15 years from your HVAC system. When it gets older, it’s more likely to lose efficiency. This means that you may notice higher energy bills for the same amount of cooling or heating.

Even if your system is running well, there’s a good reason to consider upgrading once it approaches the end of its lifespan. You’ll usually get better output, with less worry that you could have a sudden breakage.

You Can’t Get Replacement Parts

Old HVAC systems might use parts that can’t be replaced. For example, if you have an air conditioner running R-22 refrigerant, our HVAC technicians wouldn’t be able to recharge it. In some cases, HVAC installation is your only choice.

Your Unit Isn’t the Right Size

HVAC systems are sized for a number of factors, such as climate, square footage, and the layout of the home. If the size of your HVAC unit is too big or too small, you may notice ineffective cooling and heating or other problems, such as poor humidity control.

Proper sizing is a key part of the HVAC installation process. Our technicians can come to your home, perform a few calculations, and determine which size is going to work best for your home and your heating and cooling needs.

Your Equipment Wasn’t Installed Properly

Along with getting a unit that is the right size, you must have proper installation. If your system was installed by someone who wasn’t trained, you may have lower output, low efficiency, or even repair problems.

Professional HVAC installation service from our technicians is the best way to get the most from your system throughout its lifespan. We can confirm that everything works as intended. You may notice a significant improvement once we are done.

Your System Isn’t Working Well

HVAC systems that are past their prime should still provide a decent amount of heating and cooling throughout the season. If you’re spending your time cranking up the fan (or wearing a heavy coat indoors), you may have a big problem.

Even if you don’t know what is wrong with your system, there’s a chance that you may need to get a new one. Months of poor output or years of inconsistent heating and cooling might indicate that your system is ready to retire.

You Have Expensive Repairs

For many people, repair costs determine the logical time for HVAC replacement service. A breakdown of a major component, such as an air conditioning compressor, might be enough to justify replacing your HVAC system.

There’s a good rule of thumb that you can follow: If your system isn’t relatively new, and if your repair bills are more than half the cost of a new system, you’re probably better off replacing it. A new system can lower your risk of another major repair.

DIY vs. Hiring ARS/Rescue Rooter

If you’re a handy homeowner, you might wonder about the convenience and savings of DIY projects. While you might think nothing of building closet storage or laying a paver patio, HVAC installation is not a DIY project. The process involves too many systems, and doing it wrong can create real risks. Here are a few reasons to call our technicians for your new HVAC unit.

We Bring the Right Equipment

When you try to do a DIY project at home, you usually have to buy at least a few pieces of equipment. Even if you have the tools, you may not know how to use them.

Our heating and cooling installers carry the correct equipment needed to remove your old unit, prepare your home for installation, and ensure that the unit is installed and working correctly. We have everything we need to do the work, so that you can sit back and relax.

We Know What to Do

HVAC installation is a complicated process. It’s less like buying a new appliance, and more like upgrading to an entirely new system. There are multiple systems involved, including electrical wiring and fuel lines.

DIY installation can be a minefield of mistakes waiting to happen. The job may not be straightforward, even if it seems that way. Since our technicians have extensive training and experience with installation, they can determine the best path and avoid common issues as they come up.

We Can Protect Your Investment

The goal of a home improvement is to increase your home comfort and protect your investment. DIY installation can often turn into a situation where you spend even more money to have our technicians fix the problems created by someone who didn’t know how to do the work.

Instead of creating frustration during HVAC installation, it’s easier to have our technicians prevent it. We can perform accurate work that provides lasting comfort and energy efficiency.

We Perform Safe Work

When working with electrical lines and plumbing, as you would with HVAC installation, safety must be the biggest priority. If you don’t know how to work with these systems, you run the risk of damaging them or creating a dangerous system in the home.

HVAC system installation requires experience and licensing to work with hazardous substances and electrical lines. Our technicians have the knowledge to complete the installation quickly, without adding risk to the household.


How do I choose the right HVAC system?

Choosing the right HVAC system depends on a number of factors, including the time you spend at home and the amount of heating or cooling you need. During a consultation, our technicians can determine the best options for your home and help you choose.

How can I lower my energy consumption?

If you want to lower your energy bills, you can make progress in a few ways. Try installing a programmable thermostat and avoid changing the settings too frequently. Consider using a fan when it’s hot or wearing warm clothing when it’s cold outside.

When should I get a new HVAC system?

There are a few ways to tell that you need a new heating or air conditioning system. If the unit is nearly 10 years old, dropping in output, or accumulating large repair bills, you could probably benefit from HVAC installation.

Which HVAC installation company is right for me?

The right HVAC installation company is licensed to do the work, responsive to your needs, happy to answer your questions, and committed to providing transparent information. We strive to achieve all of these and more for each of our customers.

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