Replacing & Installing Energy-Efficient ACs Throughout Travis County
Is your air conditioning acting up? No problem! At Daniel’s Plumbing & Air Conditioning, we take pride in getting the job done right the first time, meaning you’ll have fresh, cool air all summer long.
Proper installation of an air conditioning system is crucial in Austin, TX, due to the area's hot and humid climate. An improperly installed AC unit can lead to several issues, including decreased energy efficiency, higher utility bills, and frequent breakdowns. A poorly installed AC system can negatively impact indoor air qualityand may not provide adequate cooling during extreme weather conditions.
Daniel's Plumbing & Air Conditioning has the expertise and tools necessary to safely and properly install a new AC unit. With years of experience serving Austin and thesurrounding areas, our licensed and certified technicians use state-of-the-art equipment and follow industry best practices to ensure that each installation is performed to the highest standards. Customers can trust that their new AC system will be installed safely and efficiently, providing reliable and effective cooling for years to come.
Whether you need an AC unit installed, air conditioner repairs, or aren’t sure what you need, our expert service technicians will find and solve the problem in no time.
Do You Need AC Repairs or Replacement?
Regular air conditioning maintenance can lengthen your AC’s lifespan, but, even with the best care, it may be time to replace your AC if you suspect it isn’t working properly.
Be sure to give us a call if:
The air conditioner is over 10 years old and struggling
The air conditioner is making strange noises
Utility bills are increasing every month
Water is leaking inside your home
Your AC system is icing up and freezing
Your AC system has been down multiple times in the last 12 months
Cooling is uneven — some rooms are too cold, other rooms are too warm
The indoor air temperature doesn’t match the thermostat setting
The HVAC unit is not blowing cold air
Your air conditioning uses R-22 freon (which is being phased out)
If you’re having trouble with your air conditioner, our technicians will look at all the possible causes. In fact, you may simply need professional duct cleaning to help improve the airflow in your home or business, rather than more expensive solutions.
Still, there comes a time when your AC just can’t cut it anymore. Trying to keep your air conditioner past its lifespan can mean more frequent repairs and maintenance, not to mention the slow decline of efficiency as it ages.
Luckily, there are plenty of modern HVAC systems to choose from, and our technicians can help you find the best unit to fit your specific needs.
Choosing an Air Conditioner
Choosing an air conditioner or HVAC system can be daunting. While you probably use your AC every day, you likely don’t need to put much thought into the system itself — which is a good thing! Your job is to enjoy the AC, and ours is to know the ins and outs of every HVAC system we install.
While we’re more than happy to recommend an air conditioner for your home or business, we also like to take the time to explain the process to our clients.
If you’re looking to research an AC unit on your own, there are a few things to consider:
Size: The square-footage of whatever area you’re trying to cool will be the easiest way to eliminate a few types of AC unit. Are you trying to cool off your garage or air condition an entire business? A typical home AC ranges from about 1.5-ton to 5-ton units, depending on the size of the home.
Type of unit or system: Air conditioners come in a variety of sizes and with different types of systems, ranging from central air conditioning, ductless, window units, portable units, hybrids, and geothermal. Chances are your home or business is already set up to support one system or another. It’s also important to know whether you have a combined HVAC system or separate heater or furnace.
Budget: A small window unit may be the cheapest option, but it’s certainly not the most cost-effective if you’re looking to cool a whole home or business. Larger units or HVAC systems can be more expensive, but they’ll also last longer and be more energy efficient — which can end up saving you money in the long run.
Expert AC Installation
Once we’ve recommended the right AC unit, we make sure the job is done right. Air conditioners have to be properly installed to make sure they last a long time, so we take care to ensure everything is installed correctly. When we’re done, we clean up after ourselves — the only thing you’re left with is cool air.
If you're looking to upgrade and install a new energy-efficient air conditioner, give us a call at (512) 456-3570!
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