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Installing a new air conditioning unit in your home might be a very good idea. With a new system in place, you can ensure that your AC unit that will do its job to combat the hot Arizona summers, and you can enjoy increased efficiency so that you can lower your cooling bills and cut down on the need for repairs.

However, even though you might be looking forward to the benefits of installing a new air conditioning unit in your home, you might be concerned about the price. Fortunately, following these tips can help you save money on your air conditioning installation.


Have it Done During the Off-Season

Even here in Arizona, the air conditioning companies often aren’t as busy during the fall and winter months. If you have your air conditioner installed during the off-season, you may be able to enjoy a good deal on your installation. At the very least, you’ll find that scheduling an appointment during the off season is more convenient and flexible.


Don’t Choose a Too-Big Unit

You might be tempted to buy the biggest air conditioning unit that you can so that you can be prepared to battle the desert heat. However, a too-big unit can be much more expensive to purchase and install, and it can actually be less efficient when it comes to cooling your home. Instead, allow a professional to determine the proper size for your unit to ensure that you buy one that will get the job done without being bigger than necessary.

As you can see, there are a few ways that you can save on your air conditioning installation in Carefree, AZ. For affordable yet reliable service, contact us at J.R. Perkins Heating & Cooling today.

10 Responses to “How to Save on Your Air Conditioning Installation”

  1. Olivia Nelson

    I agree that you would want to choose an AC unit that is the right size. I would imagine that finding a system that is the right size for your home would help you save money in energy bills. It seems that the best way to find a unit that is the right size would be to talk to a professional before the installation.

  2. Joy Butler

    I agree that having your air conditioning repaired during the off season can be a great way to not only save money but also to have your repair completed more efficiently. During the warmer months, the demand to have functioning air conditioning is very high whereas the supply of air conditioning repair providers is very low. It seems like a good idea to avoid the competition and to be proactive about fixing your air conditioning.

  3. John Ferrell

    I like that you said that a bigger unit can be more expensive to purchase and install. It might be a good idea to ask a professional what size unit you should get. When I was getting a new HVAC they asked what size I would need, thankfully I had already gotten a professionals opinion.

  4. Derek Mcdoogle

    In your article, you stated that installing a new air conditioning unit in your home might be a very good idea and with a new system in place, you can ensure that your AC unit that will do its job to combat the hot summers. My wife called me at work this morning because when she went to turn on the air conditioning the unit started making some weird noises and shut off. I wonder if there are certain types of air conditioners that are more energy efficient.

  5. Luke Smith

    I can definitely see how buying a smaller unit could be a good way to keep your power bill down. It could be tricky to figure out exactly how big is too big though. I would think that working with a contractor of some sort would be the best way to determine what size is best for you.

  6. Alexandria Martinez

    My fiance and I are thinking about getting an AC installation soon for our new home. We want some tips to make sure that we are getting the right unit for our house. Both of us liked what you said about not choosing a too- big unit.



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