If your AC system is on its last leg , you want to upgrade to a more efficient model, or are adding a new unit on a flip we are here to make it happen on the core principle of value. Quality work at an affordable price.
A-1 Quality Care has no commission-based employees, so you never have to worry about high-pressure sales staff being sent to your home or business looking to meet a sales quota. we employ highly trained Service Technicians who’s only goals are to get your systems up and running at a reasonable cost. We are licensed, bonded, and insured.
Once an inspection has shown an AC unit is beyond repair or it’s just not worth fixing anymore, our dedicated technicians will recommend the most efficient and cost-effective options for your home, business, and budget. We make sure all recommended units are rated for the size of the structure and meet all state codes and regulations. Finally we’ll provide a quote and general timeline on when the installation can begin.
Our founders established A-1 Quality Care Heating & Air Conditioning with the core beliefs that you should always feel confident in trusting those you invite into your home and that you should never be afraid to call for service on your Air Conditioning or Heating System for fear of being pressured into purchasing something you don’t need or want.
Some minor issues can often be repaired, particularly if the unit is fairly new, but when major failures start to occur like compressor failure, numerous leaks, screeching, rattling, scraping, or other unusual noises, it's probably time for replacement.
Modern A/C units can last anywhere from 10-20 years depending on upkeep and maintenance, while older units may only last 10-15 years again, depending on upkeep and maintenance.
That depends on the age of the system, if it’s a newer system, (using R-410a refrigerant) you’ll most likely be able to replace the outside unit with one of the same size and refrigerant type. Units older than 10 years (using R-22, which has been phased out of use by the EPA) will be more difficult, if not impossible, to find a matching condenser or parts for and may not be cost effective.
The make and size of the unit will depend on the amount of the space that you’re looking to cool. What SEER rating you want (14,16,20+) and what kind of heating system you have (Gas or Electric). For gas units we look at what kind of venting system you have, what efficiency you want or need? Single stage, multi-stage? These are questions that your HVAC professional can help you answer.
If you are going to be replacing an entire HVAC system you will be looking at a range between $10,000-$40,000. depending on size, efficiency, the make you are looking to purchase, and available supply.