December 12th, 2018

For many people in Houston, the thought of having to replace an aging AC system with a new one can send shivers down their spine – and for all the wrong reasons. While the thought of getting an upgraded cooling unit sounds appealing on one hand, the other hand is fearful that the cost may outweigh the benefits. At Service Express, we believe the process doesn’t have to be a scary one. Keep reading to learn what factors affect an AC replacement in your home.

How Big Is Your Home?

The size of your house plays a major role in the time it takes to install a new cooling system since a smaller home will be a quicker installation than a larger one and will probably require only one AC unit. When we plan your new system, we’ll go over how many units you’ll need for maximum efficiency and you’ll have a complete estimate of the time it will take to complete the process.

What Type of Installation Needs to Be Done?

The work that will need to be done can also impact the timeframe. As an example, if you only need a simple change from an old unit to a new one, it will require less time and equipment. But if you want a more comprehensive upgrade that might include ductwork and thermostat replacement, there is more time and equipment involved.

Where Is the Unit Being Installed?

Another thing to take into consideration is the location of your current AC unit since its location can add extra time to the removal and new installation process. Keep in mind too that if you want to remove an older unit and install an upgraded unit in a different location this adds additional cost to the project.

What You Can Expect When It Comes to Upgrading Your Cooling

Each project is unique when it comes to upgrading or replacing an HVAC system. But with the right contractor you’ll know what to expect before the project begins. With our top rating on Angie’s List, Service Express is recognized as the number one service provider in Houston. CALL NOW! We are here to serve you seven days a week.

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