Air Conditioner Replacement

For many homeowners, the air conditioning system is one of the biggest investments in the home. At Pennies Air Conditioning, Heating & Solar we know how important it is for you to get the right model that will fit your specific needs. If you need to replace your air conditioner, you can trust us to offer expert advice to choose the right sized unit to cool your space, and we provide installation that results in great comfort. Call us at (661) 951-3634 to find out more about your air conditioning replacement and installation options.

Many Properties Have the Wrong AC Size – Don’t Be One of Them

The reality is that there are too many homes and businesses that do not have the right AC system for their size and their needs. In some cases, a larger unit than necessary could have cost much more than the homeowners needed to spend. In others, a unit that is not up for the task may be forced to work overtime, which not only decreases total comfort, but increases utility bills – not to mention the toll it will take on the lifespan of the unit.

When you choose Pennies Air Conditioning, Heating & Solar, we will carefully consider the square footage of your property along with your usage habits. Once we have an accurate idea of the size that will work best for you, we can present you with several options and their estimated costs. Armed with all the data you need to make the most informed decision, you can choose a unit and then trust us to handle the installation process.

Regular Maintenance Will Help Your AC System Last for Years to Come

Once you have a new air conditioning system installed, we recommend yearly maintenance service. This gives us a chance to clean off the blades and coils, check the thermostat, ensure all parts are working well and are not worn, and otherwise keep it in good repair. A simple maintenance visit once a year could help prolong your AC unit’s lifespan by years.

Is it Time to Replace Your Air Conditioner?

It is not uncommon for a homeowner to stick with their existing unit as long as possible. While this may seem like the cost-effective option, it often isn’t. If you have an AC unit that is more than ten years old, requires regular repair calls, or runs up your energy bills, then you could save big in the long run by replacing it sooner rather than later.