Air Conditioner Installation

Accurate Sizing Is Key in New Air Conditioner Installations

Air conditioners not only cool the air, they also remove humidity. The NATE-certified technicians at Cliff Bergin & Associates know that size is everything when it comes to air conditioning installations. If the unit is too small, it has to work harder to produce the proper amount of cooling power, and if it’s too large, it will not cycle properly and will be less effective at removing humidity from the air.

Trust the experts at Cliff Bergin to determine the ideal unit for your needs—and guarantee the installation is completely up to code. If your system does not meet required codes, you can run into trouble with insurance coverage or selling your home. Always work with a professional. We stay up to date on all advancements in the field to ensure you’re receiving the best service.

After installation, you will need annual maintenance and filter changes. Regular maintenance is required to maintain the manufacturer’s part warranty and keep your unit operating at peak efficiency. Should you require repairs down the road, our experts can handle that, too.

What You Need to Know About SEER Ratings

When selecting a new air conditioner, there are several ratings to consider, including Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER). The higher the unit’s SEER rating, the more energy efficient it is. The federal government requires central air conditioning units to have at least a 13 SEER rating, but many industry experts advise you to look for units with SEER ratings of 16 or higher.

As a Carrier® Factory Authorized Dealer (FAD), we can explain energy-efficiency standards to ensure your new air conditioner meets government regulations for your area—and has the capacity to keep your family completely comfortable.

Consider These Cooling System Options, Too

Replacing aged air conditioners with new energy-efficient ones is the route most homeowners take when repair is not an option. Our technicians will explain each option to you and make a recommendation so you can make an informed decision based on what’s best for your circumstances.

In addition to A/Cs, we also install and service heat pumps. And while the name is confusing, it actually acts like a central air system during the summer, with the added benefit of doubling as your home’s heat source during part of fall and winter.

An additional option is a ductless split system, which provides the level of cool comfort you desire on demand. Ductless split systems have a major unit outdoors and several units indoors, so you can select the perfect level of comfort for each room or zone in your home.

Cliff Bergin—A Proud Carrier Dealer

While Carrier is known as an innovator in home heating products, the company’s founder, Willis Carrier, invented the first air conditioning system in 1902. Carrier has units designed specifically for home comfort, as well as commercial solutions. Many units offer SEER ratings up to 21—the best that it gets.

Call us at 262-242-2456 or schedule an appointment to start discussing your new system options today.