AC Installation Services Throughout Kettering, Greater Dayton & Greater Cincinnati
We strive to put the highest level of “care” in all indoor air care products and services we provide. Plus, we don’t stop there. We guarantee customer satisfaction and offer warranty coverage and a workmanship guarantee you won’t find anywhere else. Whenever we install a new central air conditioner, we make the whole process a positive experience — from the time you first reach out to us until the time when we leave your cooled home with your new residential air conditioner or heat pump working properly and running intact as it should. We are proud members of the Five Star Home Services Family.
Because we are a part of the popular Five Star Brand, we also have local plumbers and licensed electricians on staff to customize all your home service needs in one place. We believe keeping your home comfortable should be as easy as a breeze.
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Your friendly air conditioning installation and air conditioner professionals here at Kettering-Oakwood Heating & Air make the entire process of buying a new central cooling system fast, painless and as easy as a cool breeze! Whenever you need an estimate for a central air conditioner, we send you the absolute best in the HVAC business at the best prices! If you need a price estimate on a new central air conditioner, you’re in the right place!
Our NATE-certified, and EPA certified HVAC technicians can come right away. We can come over to your home fully stocked and loaded and ready to go. If you need to install a new air conditioner, we guarantee your complete satisfaction 100% across the board. We stop at nothing to make sure our customers enjoy superior home comfort at the most competitive prices in the region with the best new HVAC equipment on the market.
Knowing When it’s Time to Replace Your Air Conditioner
In today’s busy modern world, timing is so essential. As such, when the time comes to replace your air conditioning system arrives, you need someone who doesn’t keep you waiting! Our residential air conditioning experts here at Kettering-Oakwood Heating & Air are always standing by for this reason. If you need to know what to look for to figure out whether your air conditioner needs replaced, we encourage you to read the following:
The Unit Isn’t Cooling the Home Properly
Centralized air conditioners should cool the entire home. If your air conditioner isn’t keeping your home cool like you need it to, you should know you have a major problem with your HVAC equipment that needs to be checked and probably addressed. You might have low levels of refrigerant or A/C coolant. You could also have problems with your A/C compressor or parts somewhere else. There are a wide range of things that could be happening. However, whatever is happening, we encourage you not to wait or delay. Upgrading an outdated air conditioner could end up saving you time and money in addition to giving you all the cool air and comfort you need.
You A/C was Installed More than 10 to 15 years ago
The average lifespan of an air conditioner is typically somewhere between 10 and 15 years. If your air conditioner is older than 15 years old, you should know you enjoyed a good return on your investment. You should go ahead and cut your losses now. Professionals advise homeowners to replace their air conditioners around this time when they have problems. When they do, a lot of homeowners are surprised to learn their newer air conditioning system is much less efficient and costs less to run each month.
When it comes to HVAC equipment, proper airflow is essential. If your air conditioner isn’t pushing out the air like it should, or if your airflow seems to be compromised, it could lead to a wide range of other problems. Poor airflow is often triggered by problems inside the central air conditioning unit. You can opt to have one of our professionals come over and take care of the repairs. If the required air conditioner repairs are extensive and expensive and you have an older A/C unit, you could also opt to replace it. We recommend being proactive because the problems are only going to continue to get worse over time. It’s going to end up costing you more money down the road. You‘ll have to replace your AC unit sooner or later. It’s best to have this work performed in a timely manner. We believe your money is best invested in a new high-efficiency central air conditioner.
Moisture Around the Equipment or Leakage
Although a little bit of condensation is normal, a lot of excess condensation and especially leakage around your air conditioner can be an indication of a much more serious problem. If you have A/C refrigerant leaking or you start seeing water pooling around your HVAC equipment, you might be dealing with a much more serious problem that needs to be addressed by a professional promptly. Refrigerant leakage from A/C equipment can also be a major health hazard. If you have water pooling or water leakage around your HVAC equipment, can also cause serious damage to the floors inside your home or your furniture. Water leakage can also cause mold problems and we all know how mold is a serious health hazard.
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What’s A Heat Pump?
If you’re looking to curb your home’s impact on the environment and save on residential heating and cooling costs at the same time, you should consider having a heat pump installed. Heat pumps are great alternatives to the traditional dual furnace and air conditioning system. They work year-round to provide optimal air conditioning throughout the summer and heating throughout the wintertime. Using an air handler or secondary furnace during the winter, heat pumps look like the traditional central air conditioner outside the home.
Heat pumps work by transferring heat; they usually use A/C refrigerants. To switch back and forth between heating and air conditioning modes, heat pumps use a reversing valve that’s used depending on the time of year and the homeowner’s preferences. Heat pumps allow homeowners to minimize their carbon footprint, which is better for the environment.