Air Conditioning Installation

Cape Cod Air Conditioning Installation

Dealing with a broken-down air conditioning system during the summer can be challenging. Even here on the Cape, with the cool breeze of the ocean coming in, we don’t necessarily want to return to a hot homestead, and a good air conditioning system can be vital in keeping interior air dry and easy to breathe. 

In cases where the system is beyond repair, a new installation becomes necessary. And our Cape Cod air conditioning installation technicians have the knowledge and background to step up and meet your needs. 

Founded in 2016, Cape Cod Heat Pumps brings technicians with multiple combined decades of experience to the job site. Call us at (833) 685-5058 or reach out here online to schedule a free estimate. 

When It’s Time To Replace the AC System

While we understand that customers may prefer repairing their existing HVAC system, there are certain indicators that suggest opting for a new installation could be more cost-effective in the long term. 

One sign is a gradual increase in energy bills, despite stable weather conditions and unchanged usage patterns. This could be an indication that the air conditioner is no longer functioning as efficiently as it once did.

Moreover, property owners may notice that their AC unit does not cool the space as effectively as it used to, requiring constant readjustment of the thermostat, or seeing the requested thermostat temp not matching the room temperature. This is often an indication of underlying issues with the equipment, which may make a new installation the more practical choice.

Strange noises emanating from the HVAC unit are another red flag that warrants calling professional help. Unusual sounds such as loud banging or grinding noises could indicate a problem with one of its components. Furthermore, if there is water pooling or leaking around the unit, it could be a sign of a refrigerant leak, which requires immediate attention.

Another aspect to consider is the age of the HVAC system. Once the equipment surpasses the 15-20 year mark depending on the type of system, it is possible that it may be approaching the end of its lifespan. Newer models are often more efficient than their older counterparts and can assist in reducing energy costs while providing superior cooling performance.

You can contact our Cape Cod air conditioning installation pros by calling (833) 685-5058 or by filling out our online contact form today. 

Proudly Serving Your Friends & Neighbors in Cape Cod

At Cape Cod Heat Pumps, your satisfaction is our priority! See for yourself what our customers have to say about working with us.

    "Very Thoughtful"

    Jared was knowledgeable, friendly, professional, had more than one option to present, and was more than happy to address all of our silly questions.

    - Vanessa D.
    "Excellent Company!"

    The crew was extremely polite, worked very well together, and left each day with everything cleaned up.

    - Jeffrey F.
    "Very Helpful"

    I would highly recommend Cape Cod Heat Pumps to anyone looking to convert to an energy-efficient Heating and Cooling system.

    - Don C.
    "Highly Recommend"

    Outstanding easy to work with company with great pricing.

    - Keith S.
    "Very Neat"

    My husband and I did a lot of research and comparison shopping and found Cape Cod Heat Pumps to be the best quality and value for the money.

    - Mary M.
    "Prompt & Courteous"

    The crew at Cape Cod Heat Pumps did an excellent job with the installation of our new AC/heat pump system.

    - Hugo B.
    "Highly Recommend!"

    From the planning stage to finalizing the installation, and help with paperwork, Cape Cod Heat Pumps was hands down one of the most professional, courteous, and communicative, companies I have had the pleasure to work with.

    - Maxi M.
    "Very Knowledgable"

    They were on time every day, worked hard (I hardly saw them take a break), very professional, courteous and friendly.

    - Monica F.
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What To Expect in the Air Conditioning Installation Process

Our technician will install the air handler and connect it to your existing ductwork, or install new ducts if necessary. We will then mount the indoor evaporator coil inside your home and connect it to the outdoor unit with refrigerant lines. Finally, they'll test all of the connections and calibrate the thermostat for optimal performance.

It's important to note that some installations may require additional steps, such as putting in a new electrical circuit or adding insulation around ducts in order to meet the local building codes or improve energy efficiency. There may also be some units that may require special filters or other accessories that must be purchased separately from the main unit itself. Each property is a little bit different, and our Cape Cod air conditioning installation professional will make sure you are prepared for what needs to happen. 

We pride ourselves on a transparent process and dedicated workmanship. Wherever you are on the Cape, give us a call at (833) 685-5058 or contact us online and we’ll come out to give you a free estimate. 

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