AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM INSTALLATION & REPLACEMENT
AC System Installation and Replacement
At One Hour Air, we specialize in hassle-free installation and replacement of air conditioning systems and parts. If you are living in the Tampa Bay or Lakeland, Florida area, you can have a high efficiency, Energy Star rated AC system adding value to your life today! Whether you have an old air conditioning system in need of expensive repairs or you want to take advantage of the thousands of dollars available to you through various rebates for new AC systems, Scott’s One Hour Air Conditioning is willing to work with you to design a new central air conditioning system that fits your home and your budget.
Hassle Free Installation and Replacement of Air Conditioning Systems and Parts
Our expert home comfort specialists will ensure the use of engineering calculations that your new high-efficiency air conditioner will be large enough to keep your home cool on the hottest days of the year. Equally as important, they’ll make sure your new central AC system is not oversized. Why would an extra large unit be problematic? Oversized central air conditioning systems waste precious energy dollars, lead to decreased comfort, higher equipment failure rates and a shortened lifespan of the AC system.
A new high-efficiency air conditioning system installed today should last at least 10 years. That’s why, part of Scott’s thorough process is centered around the most important part of the project – YOU! Our friendly and experienced comfort specialists know central AC systems inside and out! Once they have calculated your home’s cooling requirements, they’ll take the time to discuss your likes and dislikes with your current air conditioning system, what features and benefits you would like to add to your cooling system, how you and your family plan to use your system, discuss new products and technology with you and make sure that you get the best air conditioning system to suit the needs of your home.
Let’s face it, with hundreds of products on the market today, the process of selecting a new air conditioner can be quite confusing to a homeowner. We’re here to help. We want to make sure that you make the right choice and are happy with your decision – after all when we’re done working together you will have made a decision that will impact your home’s comfort and energy usage for the next 10 years!
We install and replace all types of air conditioning systems including:
- Central AC replacements
- Air Conditioning replacements
- Heat pump replacements
- AC Compressor replacements
- Energy Star air conditioning systems
- High-efficiency air conditioning systems
We Only Use the Best Products!
A core philosophy at Scott’s One Hour Air is that there are three critical components to a high quality and long lasting air conditioning system: quality products, quality installation, and quality design. When evaluating products that we recommend to homeowners, we are very thorough. Often, a product will be installed at our facility or in one of our homes long before we offer it to a customer. Why? We want to be sure that we’re recommending only the best to you and your family.
The Difference is in the Installation!
Having a new air conditioning system installed is a unique experience and unlike any other purchase a homeowner typically makes in terms of home improvement. The parts are shipped to us from our distributors, loaded onto our trucks and then assembled in your home. You will often hear a Scott’s employee say “The most important day in the life of an air conditioner is its first day.” This is because it is critical that thorough and precise installation procedures are followed. Even the highest quality products must be assembled and installed properly in order to maximize energy savings, enhance system performance and ensure years of trouble-free comfort.
How Much Air Do We Need?
The third most critical component to a high quality and long lasting air conditioning system is the first step, system design, which dictates the size of air conditioner required to meet a particular home’s energy needs. Some of the factors our friendly and experienced comfort specialists consider in their calculations include the age of the home, insulation levels, window quantity and quality, size of the home, orientation of the home and ceiling height. It is not uncommon for two homes that appear nearly identical in the same neighborhood to have different cooling requirements, we see it frequently. That’s why we never “guess or assume” what size air conditioning system is right for your home. Our goal is to provide an energy efficient air conditioning system that maximizes your comfort and minimizes your energy usage. That’s why each new AC system that we install is custom designed for you and your home.
Air Conditioning System Replacements:
Many homeowners have never had the opportunity to select their homes air conditioning system. When they bought the home, it was either the one that the builder chose for them – we’re all familiar with the term “builder’s grade” or perhaps the AC system was chosen by the previous homeowner. Today’s new high-efficiency air conditioning systems have enhanced technology and control capabilities to provide optimal comfort while decreasing your energy bills! Another popular feature of modern air conditioning systems among homeowners is that they operate significantly quieter than older models. Call 813-651-3485 to have a Scott’s comfort specialist discuss potential solutions for your Tampa Bay or Lakeland home.
Multi-Stage Air Conditioner Replacements:
Another great technological improvement seen in new high-efficiency air conditioners is multi-stage technology. While it may sound complicated, it is a quite simple concept. New air conditioning systems are now capable of operating at two capacities, one for operation during the hottest summer days, and the other for cool or humid days where you still use your conditioner but don’t need the full capacity of the system. It’s like having two air conditioners in one! Obvious benefits are increased comfort from using the proper capacity for any temperature demand that may arise and decreased energy usage when the system is operating at a lower capacity.