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A new air conditioning system is a big investment for any homeowner. Since this piece of equipment will be in your home for many years to come, you want to make sure it fits both the needs of your home and your budget. You also have to make sure that you get a system that is the right size for your home, and that is installed in way that maximizes energy efficiency.

Air conditioning installation experts at Henson Mechanical Heating & Air Conditioning can help you get the AC that is right for your home and make sure it works effectively. Call us today to schedule an estimate.

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Is It Time For An Air Conditioner Replacement?

Knowing when it’s time for an air conditioner replacement can be a tricky. There are two typical scenarios – your AC stops working completely and you need to replace it, or you notice a slow decrease in performance over time.

If a component of your AC is broken, you usually will notice pretty quickly. Some problems, especially if you have an older system, can be expensive to repair, so replacing the system might make the most sense. It is better to invest in a new air conditioning system than spending your money on repairing a failing one.

A slow decrease in air conditioning performance might be harder to detect. If your AC just isn’t cooling like it used to or your notice an increase in energy bills, it could mean your air conditioning system is on its way out. Have a technician examine your system for possible problems and help you determine if a new system will cool your home more effectively.

New air conditioning systems are usually more efficient and effective than old ones, and they can save you money in the long run. If you need more information about replacing your air conditioning system, give Henson Mechanical Heating & Air Conditioning a call today!

ReplacementTypes of Air Conditioning Systems

So you have decided that the next step for you is to have an air conditioner installed in your home. Now comes the part where you gain a little knowledge so you can make the right choice in air conditioning unit for your home. We provide a wide selection of air conditioning systems for both homes and business.

Central air conditioning systems are very popular and effective way to cool your home. Usually, central air conditioning systems are composed of an indoor and an outdoor unit, and they use ductwork to distribute the cool air throughout your home. When buying a central air conditioning system, you need to make sure that is the correct capacity for your home. A system that is too large will short–cycle, leading to uneven cooling and causing extra wear and tear on components. A system that is too small will be unable to cool your home effectively. Your contractor will also check your ductwork to make sure it is in good repair.

Another option for cooling your home is a ductless air conditioning system. Since these systems don’t use ducts, they can be easily added to home additions and are very energy efficient. They typically consist of a single outdoor unit connected to multiple indoor air handlers, connected only by a conduit containing the power cable, refrigerant tubing and condensate drain. They are very easy to zone, since you can connect each indoor air handler to an individual thermostat.

We can also install a solar air conditioning system in your home. Call us today to learn more about how solar air conditioning can cut down on your cooling bills and make your home more environmentally friendly.

Air Conditioning Installation and Replacement

Henson Mechanical Heating & Air Conditioning provides professional air conditioning installation and replacement services in the Metro Atlanta and North Georgia areas. Contact us and be confident that your new air conditioning system will be installed by professional technicians with years of experience and training in the latest technology.

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