AC Installation In Barron & Cumberland, WI

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AC Installation In Barron, St. Croix, Cumberland, Rice Lake, WI, and Surrounding Areas

When it’s time to replace your home’s air conditioner, you may be a bit worried about how the process will go and what you can expect to happen. We understand. After all, it’s not something you do every day. We promise that you can count on the pros at Dirk’s Heating & Cooling to get the job done right. We also know that the more you know, the more comfortable you will be. To help ease your mind and make the installation of your new AC in Barron, WI go smoother, we have some information and a few tips for you.

Things You Can Do to PrepareAC Installation In Barron, St. Croix, Cumberland, Rice Lake, WI, and Surrounding Areas

Although we’ll be doing all the installation work, there are a few things that you can do before we arrive to make the process faster and safer. The number one thing is to remove anything that can restrict our movement and access to the AC unit. This includes branches, overgrown plants and weeds, yard debris, lawn furniture, children’s toys, or anything else that’s in the way.

Keep Pets and Family Members Clear

Getting a new air conditioner installed is exciting for everyone and it’s natural to want to watch the process. However, it’s not safe for anyone except our crew to be in the work area. Keep your children and other family members out of the area and away from our trucks and equipment to ensure they stay out of harm’s way. Likewise, please put your pets safely inside or in another part of the yard, so we can safely do our jobs.

Steps We’ll Take During Your AC Installation

It requires a bit of planning and precision teamwork to quickly, and efficiently install a new air conditioner. Although every job is unique, there are a few things that we’ll do in nearly every situation.

Removal of the Old Air Conditioner

The first thing we’ll do when we arrive is assess the area we’ll be working in to make sure it’s safe and clear of obstructions. From there, we’ll begin the removal of your old air conditioner, which will typically involve emptying the refrigerant and dismantling the unit into smaller, more manageable pieces. Once the old unit is removed, we’ll inspect, repair, or replace ductwork so it’s ready to accept the new AC.

Installation of the New AC Equipment

Once the ductwork is ready, we’ll begin the installation of your new air conditioning unit to the manufacturer’s specifications. The installation may involve work on both the inside and outside your home, depending on the type of equipment you’ve chosen. Whenever we have to come inside your home, you can rest assured we’ll treat your home with respect and protect your flooring, walls, and furnishings from damage. The same holds true for outside components, we’ll always keep the impact to a minimum.

Testing Your New AC SystemAC Installation In Barron, St. Croix, Cumberland, Rice Lake, WI, and Surrounding Areas

Once we’ve completed the installation of your new air conditioner, we’ll perform pressure and vacuum tests to ensure everything is as it should be. Then, we’ll charge the system with refrigerant and inspect the system again to make sure there are no leaks or other potential problems. After we’re sure everything is correct, we’ll show you how to operate the system properly, how to change the air filter, and answer any questions you have. We’ll also make sure you receive the warranty information as well as information on tax incentives and rebates you may qualify for.

AC Installation Services You Can Count On

If you’re ready to install a new air conditioner in your Barron, WI home, contact us at Dirk’s Heating & Cooling today. Our highly-trained, licensed HVAC technicians have the experience to install any make, model, or brand of air conditioner. We also provide a complete line of air conditioning services including maintenance, tune-ups, and repairs to keep your air conditioner in top working order.

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