Professional Air Conditioning, Heating and Indoor Air Quality Specialists in Central Florida and beyond.
415 Virginia Street
Frostproof, FL 33843
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M-F: 8am – 6pm
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MPM Air & Heat, LLC operating as A&B Air Conditioning CAC 1817685 in the State of Florida.
Call: (863) 692-6400
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How Large of an Air Conditioner Should You Buy?
With this information in hand, we’ll produce an updated, accurate calculation of your home’s cooling needs. From there, we’ll work with you to design a system that will cool your home efficiently and effectively.
How Efficient Will the New System Be?
When you start shopping for a new air conditioner, be sure to look for one with an Energy Star label. These systems meet or exceed the minimum energy requirements established by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). All Energy Star systems have a seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER) rating of 15 or higher, which reflects how effectively they remove heat from an air-conditioned space. Air conditioners with higher SEER ratings are more efficient, which can lead to greater savings on your utility bill.
How Long Will It Take to Get the New Air Conditioner Installed?
In many cases, installing an air conditioner isn’t a quick process. With electrical, plumbing, and ductwork components to coordinate, not to mention extensive calibration and testing, the installation process can easily take more than a day. If the system is much larger or requires significant ductwork updates, the process could take several days. When you work with MPM Air & Heat, you can trust that we’ll explain the installation process and give you a reliable timeline for your new air conditioner.
Should I Schedule Preventive Maintenance?
When you purchase a new air conditioner from MPM Air & Heat, we can also set you up on an annual maintenance plan. With this in place, you can rest assured that your new investment will run smoothly, keep cool, and help your family breathe clean throughout the cooling season.
It’s best to schedule this type of maintenance during the spring season so you won’t have to worry about running into any issues during the summer. If you’ve already made it though most of the cooling season without scheduling an appointment, remember that it’s better to be late with preventive maintenance than to skip it entirely.