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Northbrook Air Conditioner Installation 

Quality AC Installations in Chicagoland 

When seeking a new air conditioner system, turn to Duct Professor Heating & Cooling for the care you need. Our pros are licensed, bonded, and insured, so anyone who owns a home or business can rest assured that their installation will be done right. No brand or make is too hard for our knowledgeable team to handle, which is why so many residents trust us with any Northbrook air conditioner installation. We even offer a 5-year labor warranty for any cooling setup.

Contact us now at (847) 744-8099 to get started with a complimentary estimate.

New AC Installations

Whether you need a replacement unit or are installing air conditioning in an existing or new construction home, Duct Professor Heating & Cooling can help. Our professional AC installation team can help you select the right unit for your home. We’ll also make sure that the unit you select meets your energy goals and is within your budget.

We also work with builders and contractors to assist with ductwork and AC installation for new construction, additions, and home remodeling projects. If you want to provide your customers with duct cleaning after the job is complete, we can handle that as well. 

The Importance of Having a High SEER Rating

Anyone purchasing an air conditioner for their home or business will want an efficient system to cut down energy costs. The best way to discover whether your system is effective at saving energy is by looking at its SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) rating. The higher this ratio is, the better the unit is at cooling the inside of your property while using the least energy. 

The U.S. Department of Energy requires that different locations in the country have a minimum SEER rating, usually between 13 and 14. However, higher quality air conditioners can have even greater levels of efficiency, going up to 21 or 22. To determine which system would maximize monthly savings, speak to one of our knowledgeable technicians.

How Long Do Air Conditioners Last?

On average, air conditioning units last between 10 and 15 years. 

This time frame can be affected by a number of factors, including:

  • Frequency of maintenance 
  • Quality of installation 
  • Extent of use 
  • Local climate 

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Why an Air Conditioner’s Size Matters

To enjoy reliable cooling for one’s home or business, the air conditioner must be correctly sized. While it might seem like a bigger AC would provide more cooling, the reality is that a unit that is too large for a building will just end up wasting energy. Additionally, the cycle will turn on and off too quickly, so it will not provide a proper amount of dehumidification. 

On the other hand, if the system is too small, it will not adequately cool down the whole property. The layout of the rooms and the location of the unit also greatly affects how well the air conditioning is distributed to different spots of the home. These factors are difficult to determine independently, that’s why discussing these elements with a knowledgeable technician is the best way to find the optimal system. 

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Deciding on the Right Place for Your AC

An air conditioner’s location makes a big difference in its ability to cool down a room and maintain the temperature. For example, the air conditioner’s condenser needs to be stored in a place with plenty of shade. If the condenser receives too much sunlight, the whole system will be affected. When the condenser becomes overheated, the unit will not be able to produce enough airflow. Our professionals at Duct Professor Heating & Cooling can help find the right location for the new AC. They will carefully assess your home to guide you in selecting from a range of options.

If you want to know more about potential choices for an air conditioner installation in Northbrook and surrounding Chicagoland areas, call us today at (847) 744-8099 or simply contact our techs online.

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