Riteway Service Company Blog : Posts Tagged ‘AC Installation’

Why You Need Professional AC Installation

Monday, November 19th, 2018

We live in Canyon Lake, so our hot conditions that last the majority of the year make it incredibly obvious how important your air conditioning services are. We live the age of DIY projects and extensive articles and video instructions available at our fingertips. While this ingenuity is great, your air conditioning system isn’t eligible for a do-it-yourself attempt.

So why now? We’re easing into the holiday season—air conditioning is probably the last thing on your mind. Well, now is a great time to install a new air conditioning system because it’s the off season. The weather is cooling, so you’ll have an ample amount of time to research and find the right system for your home without the creeping deadline of spring on the horizon. If you need great air conditioning in Canyon Lake, TX then you need a professional team like ours to perform these services for you.

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Things to Think about When Installing a Central Cooling System

Monday, March 26th, 2018

High efficiency modern AC-heater unit, energy save solutionSpring is here and our cooling season has already begun. Is your central air conditioner in good shape? Will it get you through the next 6 months or so without any trouble? If it’s a newer system and you’ve had it regularly maintained—and kept up on repair needs—then you should have no problem! But if you have an aging system, and it’s been experiencing problems, then the time to look for a new system is now.

But we don’t encourage just jumping right into an AC installation in San Antonio, TX without considering all the factors that go into the cost of a system, as well as how that system will work in your home. For instance, the first thing our technicians will do when getting ready to install a new system in your home is perform a load calculation. This determines how large of a system you’ll need for your living space—too large of a system will be just as inefficient and detrimental to AC performance as too small of a system.

Keep reading for some more factors to consider!

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How Do Ductless Systems Work?

Monday, November 6th, 2017

Closeup view about using some appliance such as air condition.One of our common recommendations for homeowners who are looking for a way to both heat and cool their homes more efficiently, and/or without the use of ductwork, is the ductless mini-split. This San Antonio, TX AC installation is ideal for certain types of homes and applications. For instance, if you’re putting in a room addition or adding air conditioning to a small home that doesn’t have room for ductwork, this system might be ideal.

But, how does ductless heating and cooling actually work? When people think of an HVAC system that doesn’t use ductwork, their minds typically go to boilers. However, ductless systems are forced-air systems that blow conditioned air throughout your living space. How is this possible without ducts?

If you know what kind of service your system needs, schedule it now or request an estimate!

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Looking for a New AC System for Next Year?

Monday, October 9th, 2017

two outside units of an air conditioning systemAs the cooling season slowly but surely comes to a close, you may be turning your thoughts to your heater. Is it well maintained? Are you ready to turn it on and rely on it for our cold—albeit relatively short—winter? Before you get that far, however, it’s important to look back at the previous few months and assess how well or how poorly your air conditioner performed.

Is your AC system aging? Depending on the manufacturer and model, most cooling systems are designed to last 10–15 years on average. And this is a well-maintained air conditioner. One that hasn’t been taken care of properly will last even less time. So if yours has gotten to the point that you’re questioning whether it will still function next year, now is the perfect time to consider a aAC installation in San Antonio, TX. But, what are your options, and how do you choose the best system for your specific needs?

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