The Cooler Company has over 22 years experience in Air Conditioning Installation in Metro Denver and Colorado. If you need an air conditioning system installed the Cooler Company is here and qualified to help.
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Do you have a brand new home in the works? Are you ready to start thinking about how you will keep that home cool throughout the summer season? Or are you simply looking to incorporate a whole–house cooling system into an existing property? Whatever the specifics of your situation may be, you should know that you can count on our fine technicians to complete your air conditioning installation in metro Denver with the greatest of care.
When you work with the professionals at the Cooler Company you’ll have no doubts about the quality of the air conditioning installation that you receive. Not only will our exceptional technicians ensure that your air conditioning installation is of the highest quality, but we’ll also ensure that your system is the right fit for your home and your personal preferences. Call the Cooler Company today to discuss the AC options available to you.
The Cooler Company offers Air Conditioning Installation services throughout metro Denver and the surrounding area.
There are a lot of different factors that go into sizing a heating and cooling system. Your contractor has to take into account the local climate, the insulation levels, the air infiltration rates, and many other things to make sure you get the right size system for your home. A properly sized HVAC system will not only make your home more comfortable, but it will also help you save energy!
Ensuring the Right Fit
Did you know that the size of your air conditioner can have a major impact on its performance quality? We don’t mean the physical size of the unit, but rather the cooling capacity of your system. If your air conditioner is not of the right for the space it is meant to cool, then you can expect to encounter a number of different problems. What you may not expect, though, is that bigger is not always better when it comes to a home cooling system.
The problems that you’d run into in using an undersized air conditioner are fairly obvious. The system would struggle in order to meet a cooling demand that it is simply not designed to handle, meaning that it will run for far too long and far too frequently as it tries to cool the space. This drives up energy consumption and utility bills, while leaving you living in less comfort than you deserve. An oversized system is no better, though. An AC that is too large for a space will actually cool that property too quickly. This does not give the system time to sufficiently dehumidify the air, and the frequent short cycling will put unnecessary wear and tear on the equipment. When we install your AC, it is sure to fit your home just right.
A Professional Air Conditioning Installation Is Important
No matter how handy you may be, and no matter how much research you may do, the fact of the matter is that there are some jobs which truly do demand a level of skill and expertise that only a qualified professional can offer. An air conditioning installation is a prime example of such a job. Under no circumstances can you delude yourself into believing that your AC installation is a good DIY opportunity.
In addition to properly sizing your air conditioner, your AC installation technician will also carefully plan and design the system to maximize its performance within your home. This entails everything from the design of the ductwork system to the location of the thermostat(s) in your home. It is far too much for a nonprofessional to oversee successfully. Plus, only licensed technicians can handle the refrigerant that your system must use in order to facilitate the heat transfer process. The bottom line is, you should be calling our number when you want your air conditioning installation done right.