Dayco Systems Blog: Posts Tagged ‘AC Installation’

4 Factors That Go Into AC Installation

Monday, June 20th, 2022
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If you’re shopping for a new air conditioner this time of the year, there’s a good chance you have an urgent need for it. We’re glad you found this blog post! While we are going to highlight several of the most important factors that go into an air conditioner installation, we also want to stress how important it is that you not rush into this purchase. Doing so could leave you with an inefficient and potentially ineffective cooling system.

Instead, you should work with a qualified HVAC professional, like a member of our team, to get matched with the perfect air conditioning system for your specific home and needs. Read on to learn more and when you’re ready to schedule your AC installation, give us a call!

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What Factors Go Into my AC Installation Cost?

Monday, March 28th, 2022
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A common question we get as a professional HVAC contractor is “what will my air conditioning installation cost?” We’d love to be able to answer this upfront and give you a cost you’ll feel satisfied with. The real answer is, though, “it depends!”

There are actually a number of factors that go into how much an AC installation will cost, and therefore the better question is, “what factors go into my AC installation?” It’s going to depend on the type of air conditioner you choose, what your current ductwork setup is like, your air conditioner’s SEER rating, and last but certainly not least, the company you hire for the job!

Read on to learn more.

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How Many Amps Are Required for a Ductless Mini Split System

Monday, July 26th, 2021
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There are many factors that go into the installation of an air conditioning system, and a ductless mini-split system is no exception! If you’re considering adding this as a cooling–and heating–option, then this blog post is for you!

One of the factors included in ductless mini split installation is how much amp is required for it. This is the unit used for measuring electricity, or how fast electric current flows. The higher the voltage, the lower amps are needed, but how many amps are actually required for a ductless system?

This will actually vary, based on how many British thermal units, BTUs, the system uses–usually 15-45 amps per mini-split is needed.

Is all of this making your head spin? We get it! And we get amps, voltage, watts, and the like. We’re expertly trained and have the experience necessary to make sure that your home is matched with the right air conditioner for your specific comfort needs, and if that happens to be a ductless system, that it has the right amount of amps.

With that all said, you’re probably wondering if this truly is the right system for your needs. Read on as we uncover some benefits of such an installation!

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Do I need a Mini Split for Every Room?

Monday, April 19th, 2021
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Temperatures may have cooled down for a short bit again, but don’t let Mother Nature fool you! You know as well as we do that summer is right around the corner, and if you don’t already have one you’re going to need an effective and efficient air conditioner installed in your home. And if you’re like many modern homeowners, you might be considering a ductless mini-split system as your next air conditioner installation.

These are powerful, efficient, and versatile systems. They have increased in popularity recently, and for good reason! One of the questions we get from customers about these systems is, “Do I need a mini split for every room?” When they ask this, they’re asking about the air handlers, which are often mounted up high on the walls in each room that the homeowner wants cooling (or heating).

The short answer to this question is “it depends,” and the longer answer is a bit debatable among even HVAC professionals. Read on and we’ll help you decide what’s best for your home!

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