Air Conditioner Replacement, Air Conditioning Replacement & Air Conditioner InstallationNashville, GA, Tifton, GA, Clyattville, GA, Quitman, GA, Lakeland, GA & Eldorado, GA
As your local Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer in Nashville, Valdosta & the surrounding areas, Ray & Son Heating & Air Conditioning upholds exacting standards of service, equipment, and long-term value. Let us introduce you to the latest innovations in modern cooling. Patented Carrier technology incorporates variable-speed operation and system intelligence to achieve unprecedented efficiency, comfort, dehumidification, and whisper-quiet sound levels, all backed by exceptional warranties.
Efficient Air Conditioner Installations & Replacements Nashville, Valdosta & the surrounding areas
Ray & Son Heating & Air Conditioning guides you through the features and choices, ensuring the ideal fit for your home or business. Our in-house sheet metal fabrication shop allows for customization and swift turnaround. Take advantage of free estimates on system replacement and our “try it” for one year special on new equipment. If you’re not completely happy, we’ll exchange the air conditioner or give your money back. We always stand behind our work with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. For both residential and light commercial applications, Ray & Son Heating & Air Conditioning optimizes comfort, cost-savings, and value from your investment.
Turn to Ray & Son Heating & Air Conditioning for all your air conditioning installation services!
Ray & Son Heating & Air Conditioning encourages you to contact us at (229) 329-1815. Your call is always answered by a live and friendly representative of our team. We’re happy to discuss all options, including central air conditioners, heat pumps, VRF systems, high-velocity systems, ductless units, geothermal systems, and more. Our NATE- and BPI certified, fully licensed, insured, and bonded technicians are regularly trained and prepared for any challenge, anywhere across Valdosta, Clyattville, Quitman, Hahira, Nashville, Adel, Lakeland, Eldorado, Tifton, Douglas, and Moultrie, GA.
New Air Conditioning Installation Service
When it comes time to replace your air conditioning system, you have several choices. Be sure to take your time, if possible. We’re happy to provide second opinions! It’s so important to choose the right air conditioning system for you.
For example, we’ve found a common problem, often builders install a larger than necessary air conditioner. You’d think a big air conditioner would work better than a smaller one, right? Not so. An air conditioner that’s too big cools the area around the thermostat too quickly and shuts down. The home’s temperature quickly rises again and the AC kicks on again.
This creates excess wear and tear on the air conditioner and is known as “short cycling.” Too big is just as bad as too small.
Trust Ray & Son Heating & Air Conditioning to take the appropriate measurements, crunch the numbers correctly, and provide you with options to fit your energy goals and your budget. Contact us today at (229) 329-1815 for more information.
Air conditioning units are graded using the acronym SEER, which stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. The current minimum required by the federal government for the southern region is 14 SEER. The higher the better, for energy efficiency. SEER ranges up to the low 20s.
Secondly, air conditioners are judged on speeds. Variable-speed air conditioners are more comfortable than single-speed units. Why? Because a variable-speed air conditioner adjusts and provides the cooling and power needed at the time, which saves energy. Plus, the adjustments are more gradual. A single-speed unit, while typically less expensive, basically is on or off–full-speed or nothing.
Therefore, a variable-speed unit with a 16 SEER might be a better choice than a single-speed 18 SEER. It depends on your individual situation. Our team is more than happy to sit down and help you weigh the pros and cons while the final decision is up to you.
No pressure. No sales tactics.
Ductless units are available as air conditioners or as heat pumps, depending on your needs. Technicians install them on the wall or ceiling using only a three-inch hole to connect the indoor air handler unit to the outdoor condenser unit.
They are quiet and many are ENERGY STAR-rated for efficiency. They come with a remote control and are great for areas without ductwork or older buildings with complicated architecture.
Even if you have central air, you may choose to install ductless units in the two or three areas of the home you use the most. Keep your central air higher in the summer, for example, and use your ductless units to cool the areas where you spend the most time.
This is one way to achieve zoned cooling. Also, because they’re not connected to ducts, the air quality is better.
Similar to air conditioners, heat pumps use the SEER rating. For heating, they use HSPF (Heating Seasonal Performance Factor). When you select a heat pump, choose one that meets your heating and air conditioning goals as closely as possible.
We represent several models of thermostats to meet your needs, including the Cor, by CarrierⓇ. Curious about a thermostat upgrade? We’re happy to walk you through the benefits of programmable and WiFi thermostats. We caution homeowners to select the thermostat most appropriate for their own HVAC system. Not all thermostats are the same or work as well with just any system. We’re happy to provide recommendations.