How do you decide if you need a New Heater or Air Conditioner unit instead of a repair?

  1. Is your system 12 years or older?
  2. Have you had to incur costs above and beyond regular maintenance?
  3. Have you noticed an increase in your energy bills over the past year?
  4. Have you noticed that you are not as content in your home on the same settings that used to keep you comfortable?

If you answered yes to any of these questions you may need a new system. It is at least worth a call for a free consultation and estimate from a trusted Air Concepts team member.

How much will a new unit cost?

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Making the right decision

Once the decision is made to replace your heating and air conditioning equipment, you may want to choose several reputable local contractors to meet with to verify their qualifications.

Not All Heating and Air Conditioning Contractors Are Created Equal!

Buying a new heater or air conditioner can be an overwhelming experience for many customers. Some homeowners simply don’t know where to start, what questions to ask or what to look for in a contractor. Unfortunately, some HVAC contractors try to pressure their customers into making a purchase, or talk down to them. In the end the homeowner ends up paying for it.

A new HVAC system is an important investment. When hiring a contractor to make major upgrades or install a new system requires critical decision-making skills.  Whatever you do, don’t rush into the purchase decision. Do your research and speak to people in the community who have worked with the contractor.

It may save you from falling for common mistakes:

  1. Don’t base decision on lowest price
    If it sounds too good to be true it probably is. In a basic heating or AC job two things cost money: equipment and labor. As with all things in life you get what you pay for. Make sure your estimate covers all materials, labor and make sure that your contractor sticks to the agreement
  2. Getting the wrong-sized equipment
    With the wrong equipment installed you may burn money in form of huge energy bills or even risk damaging your home or families health due build-up of unhealthy mold. Make sure your contractor bases his estimate on careful analysis and you get an accurate load calculation from your contractor that takes your home’s physical characteristics into account.
  3. Get everything in writing
    Be sure the guarantee is in writing and includes a performance guarantee. We promise to always provide value and outstanding service, regardless of repair size or difficulty. We stand behind what we do, with a 100{2722fe16766c50be794815a46dad2d9f4c47ca41dccaecc9bc974c027d8250a0} Satisfaction Guarantee.
  4. Working with a contractor you can’t trust
    When you invite a contractor into your home it is vital that you can trust this company. Our technicians are the best in the business and it shows. We have a passion for heat and air and truly enjoy what we do. We have a strong reputation for exceptional customer service. But don’t take our word for it, please contact any of our customers for a reference.

How can you help avoid these mistakes?

Call Air Concepts for a consultation. You’ll get the right size equipment, the best value and a written guarantee from the heating and air conditioning company that homeowners in Oklahoma have trusted for years with their HVAC needs.

What to Expect On Your Day of Installation

  • We arrive on time as promised on a day and hour that is convenient for you and your family.
  • Our technicians will wear shoe covers and put down drop cloths to protect your home and belongings.
  • You’ll never have to worry about who is in your home. Every employee at Air Concepts is background checked and drug tested.
  • We will begin the installation process and this will take approximately “X” hours for a complete new install.
  • Last, we will take the time to review everything you need to know to operate and enjoy your new system. We will also explain our different maintenance plans.