Benefits of Installing Central Air in Salt Lake City1. It's quiet: Central air conditioning is much quieter than your window units. Instead of being right in your living room window, the condenser and fan are outside your home. You probably won’t even hear it when it kicks on. 2. It doesn’t ruin the view. You can open your windows on days when there is a cool breeze, and you can see outside without obstruction! 3. It provides better air quality. Because all indoor air will pass through a filter, the quality of the air you and your family breathe goes up. Pollutants and allergens are caught in the unit’s filter, making the indoors a safer environment.
4. It's easy. With today’s advanced central air thermostat technology, you can essentially set it and forget it – especially if you opt to include a smart thermostat with your system.
5. Its more cost efficient. Although heating and cooling costs do account for the largest percentage of your electricity usage, today’s highly efficient systems require substantially less power to operate than systems did even a few years ago.
6. It increaces your home value. You will substantially increase the value of your home by installing a central A/C system while making it more attractive to potential buyers. In fact, you are likely to recover a substantial portion of your investment when you sell your home.7. It provides more comfort. Central air conditioning provides the highest degree of indoor comfort available today. The even distribution of air throughout your home ensures that every corner of every room stays as cool as the other side of the pillow. Think about how comfortable you’ll feel when you can step into a home that’s automatically cooled after a long day of work in the hot sun, or a long commute home in a hot car. It’s a welcome relief!
Do You Need Central Air in Your Utah Home?
If you do not currently have central A/C, you will improve your comfort and the value of your home by having a new HVAC system installed. Likewise, if your existing system is over ten years old – or if you have been spending your hard-earned money on constant repairs – consider contacting My Buddy The Plumber Heating & Air today.
Many Salt Lake City homeowners struggle to get through the summer using nothing but window A/C units and fans. Although it may seem like a big investment to install an air conditioning system, the chances are good that you’re spending way too much money to power your inefficient, ineffective window units while still suffering through the heat.
Once you have a central air conditioning system installed, you will have your windows (and your view) back. And you can finally banish those loud, unsightly relics of the past to the trash heap.
Sizing a Central Air System Right Is Key for Utah HomesChoosing the right system is one of the key parts of the process, and that’s where My Buddy The Plumber Heating & Air’s wide range of experience helps. We know how to choose units based on projected use and building square footage. We design cooling systems that work well, no matter the architecture and airflow. We make sure you don’t overpay for a system you don’t need, or underpay for a unit that won’t bring the value and benefits you expect.
Trust Salt Lake City’s Central Air Experts
No Salt Lake City A/C contractor knows air conditioning systems like the expert team at My Buddy The Plumber Heating & Air.
If you take a moment to read through some of our many testimonials and online reviews, you will recognize our commitment to our customers’ unconditional satisfaction. We take great pride in the referrals and recommendations our customers provide and we strive every day to uphold the reputation for excellence we have established.
In addition to providing professional central A/C installation, we also provide a full line of repair and maintenance services. We even have a 24-hour emergency A/C repair hotline, should your system fail outside of our regular business hours.
Call today and schedule a complimentary consultation and cost estimate for a new HVAC system. We can answer your questions, explain your options, and help you choose the right central air system for your Salt Lake City home.