Air Conditioning Installation in the Inland Empire
Sanborn’s is the Only Trusted AC Installation Company the Greater San Bernardino and Redlands Area
Is your system more than 10 years old? It may finally be time to replace your old AC with a more energy efficient upgrade. If your cooling system does its job right, you never have to really think about it at all. Eventually, though, a malfunction or breakdown will force you to turn your attention to your HVAC system. When you get home, it’s time to escape the scorching summer heat, and to do that, you need a reliable and powerful air conditioning system.
At Sanborn’s, we install new AC units quickly so that you can go back to enjoying your life. It is our endless goal to provide San Bernardino area homeowners with the best, most efficient, and most dependable air conditioner systems around. We offer the following services:
- Air Conditioner Installation/Replacement
- Condenser Replacement
- Heat Pump Installation
- Evaporator Coil Replacement
- Furnace Installation
- HVAC System Design
When Should I Replace My Air Conditioner?
The industry standard is to replace your air conditioner every 10-15 years. However, when you start to notice any of these signs you should call us to inspect your system:
You Need to Call For Repairs More Often
If you need more than two major repairs in any season, there is no question you need an air conditioner replacement. Even if you’ve had repairs any time in the last two years, you should consider an upgrade or new air conditioner installation.
Your Utility Bills Are Going Up
Despite costs steadily rising year over year, your cooling bills shouldn’t creep up that much. If you notice a large increase, you may need to get a new air conditioner.
Your Home Still Feels Hot
If it never seems like your home is cool enough, you may need to get a new cooling system installed.
You Notice a Reduction in Air Quality
If you or your family have noticed a decline in air quality in your home, it could very well be your air conditioner or HVAC system in general.
What to Consider When Purchasing a New AC System
The benefits of new air conditioning installation service are far more than just cooler air in your home. By replacing your old unit with a more energy efficient cooling system, you can significantly decrease your monthly utility bill and benefit from considerable savings in avoiding costly repairs and parts replacement. Often, the savings gained by installing a new AC system can offset the initial cost of installation in just a matter of months.
In addition to the cost benefits of installing a new AC unit, other reasons to consider a system replacement from Sanborn’s include:
- More targeted indoor temperature control
- Better air purification abilities to minimize allergens
- Smart thermostats that allow you to control temperature from your mobile device
- Smoother, quieter operation
- Better humidity control capabilities to eliminate mold growth
- Tax credits for energy efficient systems
What Does The AC Replacement Process Look Like?
After you call Sanborn’s, we’ll work with you to schedule a visit from a knowledgeable and friendly HVAC technician. The tech will come out and perform a professional load calculation to determine the proper size of your AC system. This helps us design and recommend the best cooling system for your space and needs.
Once you’ve chosen the ideal system, we’ll nail down a time to come install the unit based on what works for you. Once we remove the old system and install the new replacement, we turn everything on and run tests to ensure maximum performance and efficiency. Finally, we give you a tour of your new system and offer maintenance recommendations to maximize its lifespan. It’s that simple!
Does Sanborn’s Offer AC Installation Financing?
Absolutely! We understand that buying a new AC system is one of the biggest purchases many people make other than a car or home. It’s a large expense for any family. That’s why we offer new equipment financing options which we’d be happy to discuss with you in more detail. Give us a call or ask your technician for more information.