Green Breeze offers high quality AC installation and exceptional customer service. And remember that no job is too big or small for us. We also offer a wide selection of air conditioner models at affordable prices to meet your specific needs.
Every Air Conditioning system wears out, so if your system is close to 20 years old, chances are you’d save money with a newer, more energy efficient model. And if your AC continually requires repairs and the amount of the repairs doesn’t justify keeping it around, then replacing it with a new version makes sense.
Your air conditioning system is only as good as its installation. Even a top-of-the-line product from the industry’s most trusted names will not live up to expectations and its own potential if its installation is not handled with care and expertise. We provide the highest quality service for you air conditioner, heat pump, ductless system and beyond. We also aim to educate and inform our customers. Informed decisions are good decisions. We want you to feel confident that we are qualified to perform the service that you are hiring us for.
While to many, installing an AC system may seem pretty straightforward, but it’s not. Installing an air conditioning system requires exact measurements and fittings. Being off even by just the slightest bit will result in problems in the future.
Why is this? It could be the system is losing air every time you run the system, which means losing money on your end. Untrained technicians often aren’t sure where to place the AC system for maximum efficiency, which is another way that you will lose money over time.
Having trusted, experienced installers is the only way to go, since having a perfectly cooled home in the most cost-effective way is the goal.
Choosing a licensed, professional AC installer is the only way to go. There are no shortcuts because no matter how expensive your AC system is, or how well you try to maintain it, if the initial installation is not done properly, you won’t get the kind of performance you need.
These are the four main components for your AC system:
This is the outside metal unit, where very hot gas from the compressor enters the condenser. The temperature of this gas is lowered, so the gas can be converted back to a liquid.
This is inside the condenser, where it circulates the pressurized refrigerant, and changes the low pressure gas to high pressure.
This part of the system is inside the home, absorbing the heat from your home.
This controls the amount of refrigerant in your system.
All pieces are connected by a copper tube that handles refrigerant, which in turn creates a closed loop system. Heat is collected in the evaporator, sent outside to the condenser the heat is removed and the cool air is recirculated back into your home.
Did you know that an air conditioner doesn’t create cool air. What it does in remove heat from the air using a chemical called refrigerant.
You AC system also removes humidity, which makes everything seem even cooler.
The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) measures air conditioning and heat pump cooling efficiency, which is calculated by the cooling output for a typical cooling season divided by the total electric energy input during the same time frame. A higher SEER rating means greater energy efficiency.
So whether you need air conditioning installation for a small home or an entire office building, you can count on Green Breeze to provide speedy, high-quality service you can depend on.
Issues with my Air Conditioning System
So just what can go wrong with my AC system? Plenty. So many homeowners are simply unaware of the various signs that your AC system is telling you that it’s having issues. But these are critical to pay attention to, such as:
What to do Next?
First, don’t try and fix it yourself, unless you are a licensed AC repair person. If not, then get the Green Breeze AC repair professionals to do the troubleshooting, then diagnose it properly, and finally have it repaired. That way you can have a nice, cool summer! When we have our Air Conditioning system working well, we do take it for granted until it breaks down. Now here on the West Coast we many not have that many months where we need AC, but when it’s gone, you notice!