Emmett AC Repair, Installation & Replacement
Are you thinking of replacing your old AC system? We can help. Call (208) 585-5868 for reliable Emmett AC repair, installation & replacement services.
Maybe your current air conditioner is noisy, inefficient or prone to breakdowns. Isn’t it time you thought of repairing or replacing it? Our summers in Emmett, ID can get sizzling hot. Don’t be stuck without a functioning air conditioning system in the summer months. Our busiest times for AC services are during July and August — book an appointment before the peak season.
Right Now Heating and Air Conditioning has built our business from the ground-up by providing exceptional customer service and knowledgeable technicians to every service call. If you’re not 100% satisfied with our service or work, we’ll give you your money back — guaranteed. See customer testimonials here.
Home Energy Audit
If you’re mulling over the decision of whether to replace your old air conditioning system, get a home energy audit. One of our skilled technicians can show you exactly how much money you’re spending on your current AC system (down to the penny and hour), and compare this with how much you’ll save using a newer unit. Most customers can expect an energy reduction between 20% to 50%.
Old vs. New
The air conditioning industry has evolved over the years and has focused on creating more efficient and environmentally-friendly AC units, as rightly demanded by consumers.
Here are a few common terms to get you up-to-speed:
R-22 (aka Freon). A refrigerant found in older AC systems. A type of hydro-chlorofluorocarbon (HCFC) that is linked to environmental damage to the ozone layer. New AC units no longer use Freon.
R-410A (aka Puron). A new and improved type of refrigerant. It’s a hydro-fluorocarbon (HFC) which does not cause harm to the environment. Newer systems are designed to use Puron. It can absorb more heat than Freon, and is easier on the compressor which makes for increased efficiency and smoother functioning.
SEER (seasonal energy-efficiency rating). The higher the rating, the better. All new air conditioning systems are required to have a SEER of 13 or higher which means they are more efficient, less noisy and have more safety features than their older counterparts.
If you’re looking for a reliable HVAC service provider in Emmett, ID, look no further. Our team of fully licensed and insured technicians are available around-the-clock for all your AC repair, installation & replacement needs. Call Right Now Heating and Air Conditioning at (208) 585-5868 today!