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3 Tips for a Successful Air Conditioning Installation

Monday, May 25th, 2015

Living in Phoenix, AZ means that you are going to be subject to some pretty extreme heat, and that the summer season will last for a good part of the year. It is for precisely these reasons that it is so important to ensure the success of your air conditioning installation. The last thing you want is to get a few weeks into the cooling season, only to find that your air conditioner is not really capable of providing you with the sort of cooling performance that you demand. The good news is that the professional AC installation technicians at Goettl Good Guys Air Conditioning are never more than a phone call away. Contact us today if you are ready to begin the air conditioning installation process.

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Is It Too Late in the Season for New Air Conditioning Installation?

Monday, July 21st, 2014

There are many warning signs that could indicate you should replace your older air conditioner with a new system. Air conditioners lose some efficiency over time and may not run as well as they once did. But the cooling season began a while ago, and you may believe it is too late to schedule air conditioning installation. Your AC can survive another year, right? But if your air conditioner is at risk to break down sometime soon, now may be the best time for air conditioning installation in Phoenix.

How to Tell if Your AC is at Risk

You wouldn’t want your air conditioner to break down suddenly in the hot Phoenix summer, but you also wouldn’t want to spend money replacing a system that works just fine. There are many ways to tell your air conditioner may be ready to retire. Check the manufacturer’s guide for the estimated lifespan of your system, but, in general, systems that are ten years old are often at a high risk for sudden breakdowns.

Another indicator is frequent repair calls. If your air conditioner has needed several somewhat costly repairs recently, it may be more economical to replace the entire system rather than repairing each part individually. A repair technician can help you decide if this is the case.

Choosing a New System

Your next step is to choose the system that’s right for you. Air conditioners have different efficiency levels, indicated by the SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) but they also come in different sizes. It’s vital to allow an AC technician to help you find the proper size and model for your home, as an oversized or undersized system can cause problems later on. The technician will take into account the measurement of the home and the space to be cooled, but there are other factors involved as well. These include the number of people in your home, the location of windows, and the type of insulation.

It’s not too late to schedule air conditioning installation in Phoenix. To talk to an expert about replacing your older system, call Goettl Good Guys Air Conditioning today!

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Air Conditioning Installation Options for Your Mesa, AZ Home

Friday, August 16th, 2013

Are you satisfied with the performance of your AC? Is it time to retire your AC in favor of a new energy efficient model? Are you building a home from scratch? Whatever your air conditioning installation need may be in Mesa, AZ, make sure the job is completed by a professional. But you may be daunted by the sheer range of options available on the market today. Don’t be. This range of options is there so that you can find a unique solution for your cooling needs, the layout of your home, and your budget.

When the time is ripe for a new AC, call the air conditioning installation experts of Mesa at Goettl Good Guys.

Here Are Some Available Air Conditioning Installation Options

  • Central air. We’re willing to be that you have heard the term “central air” before. The name has become synonymous with comprehensive home cooling and it’s not without good reason that it remains the conventional go-to system for homeowners across the country. Central air is a split system, which means that there is an outdoor unit and an indoor unit connected to a system of ductwork.
  • Packaged unit. A packaged unit is just like central air, with one exception: instead of the indoor unit residing indoors in a basement or crawlspace, all of the system components are housed in a single metal housing that sits outside the home or on the roof. These packaged air conditioning systems are convenient for repair and maintenance and are primarily used in commercial and mobile home applications.
  • Ductless mini split. While long popular in Europe and Asia, ductless mini splits are now becoming more popular in the American market for their performance, versatility, and most significantly, their energy efficiency. A ductless system avoids the use of ductwork to circulate air throughout the house by housing the indoor unit components in a relatively compact box that sits directly in the living space. Multiple indoor units are often used to cool an entire home, each of which can be separately controlled.

Those are just a few of the options that we offer here at Goettl Good Guys. We also do evaporative coolers and aqua chill air conditioning installation services in Mesa, AZ, and you can always rely on us for repair and maintenance. Call us today for more information.

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