AC Replacement & Installation
AC Replacement & Installation for Your New Jersey Home
The average lifespan of an AC unit is 10-20 years. Most units last for about 15 years without any major problems as long as they are well maintained. If your AC unit is 15+ years old, it may be time to consider a replacement. If you replace your air conditioner proactively, you can take care of the problem before it starts to need costly repairs or goes out altogether on a day when you need it most.
It is important to remember to always call a licensed professional to handle AC installation. An AC unit installed incorrectly can lead to inefficiency, inadequate cooling, or damage to the unit and your home. Our fully trained technicians are equipped with all the tools and knowledge necessary to provide professional grade installation for your new air conditioner.
We are proud to work with a great team of highly-trained HVAC professionals. Everyone at Allcare is drug tested and NATE- certified. That means that they have completed nationally-recognized training courses and accrued years of experience working with HVAC equipment and completing AC installations before entering your home.
At Allcare, customer satisfaction is always our top priority. When you call us seeking AC replacement, we will provide you with an upfront quote right away to help you plan and budget for the project at hand. Before an Allcare technician arrives at your home, he will give you a courtesy call so that you will know when to expect him. Once onsite, everyone on our team is trained to give your home the Red Carpet Treatment before, during, and after service is performed. That means we will be wearing shoe covers at all times inside your home, and we won’t leave a messy work area behind after we finish with your AC installation.
Prevent Repairs with a Maintenance Plan
The best way to ensure your new AC unit remains energy-efficient and lasts as long as possible is to schedule routine maintenance. We recommend having a professional tune-up on your unit at least once annually. With our Allcare Maintenance Plan, you will receive HVAC maintenance in the spring to prepare for heavy summer usage and in the fall to prepare for heavy winter usage. You can also benefit from priority service, discounts on repairs, and unadvertised specials on products and services. If you are hoping to avoid frequent AC repairs and maintain the efficiency of your new system, consider a maintenance plan.