Cool & Comfortable
Cooling your home is good for you and your wallet. We can install an energy-efficient air conditioner that helps maximize comfort while lowering your energy bills.
Enjoy The Benefits
- Cool, comfortable temperature in every room
- Improves air quality by reducing humidity levels
- Easily installed using existing ductwork
- A new system requires very little maintenance
Armstrong Air 4SCU16LE
- Single-stage scroll compressor
- ENERGY STAR® Certified
- Up to 16.0 SEER
Frequently Asked Questions
The lifespan of a home air conditioner varies based on several factors. On average, they last from 20 to 25 years, but with regular checkups and repairs, many systems can last even longer.
Many factors contribute to the size of the air conditioner that you need. Before installing any air conditioning unit, we learn about your needs to determine what model is suitable for you. This ensures that you get the correct amount of BTUs, helping to limit the run time, and reduce your energy bill.
No. Covering an air conditioner during the winter months might help to keep it looking new, but it isn’t necessary. Your air conditioning unit was built to endure the elements.
Yes and no. Air conditioners dehumidify the air, but you may need a dehumidifier in your basement.
Though a properly sized central air conditioner can remove some moisture, it is not the best solution for humid air. A whole-house dehumidifier does a better job lowering the humidity level throughout your home.
In order to extend the lifespan of your air conditioning system, we recommend an annual service visit.