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Benefits of Professional AC Installation

When it comes to installing a new air conditioning system, it's important to trust the job to a professional HVAC company like Hall's HVAC. Our team of experienced technicians has the knowledge and expertise to ensure your new AC unit is installed correctly and efficiently.

Here are some benefits of professional AC installation:

  • Proper sizing and placement of the unit for optimal performance
  • Expert handling of refrigerant and electrical connections
  • Compliance with building codes and regulations
  • Peace of mind knowing the job is done right the first time
  • Warranty protection for your new AC system

Don't take any chances with DIY installation or inexperienced contractors. Trust the professionals at Hall's HVAC for all your AC installation needs.

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Signs You Need to Replace Your AC

When the time comes for a new air conditioner, there are clear signs. These signs can easily get overlooked and turn into serious problems when the unit is aging and not receiving regular maintenance services. Here are some of the most common warning signs to look out for:

Lack of Cool Airflow - If you turn on your cooling system and notice a lack of airflow, or the air is not cool, there is a good chance internal systems inside the AC are failing or broken.

Moisture Buildups - It is not uncommon for an AC unit to generate moisture. However, if there is a large amount of moisture, or leakage is pooling around the AC, then it becomes a problem. This is usually caused by a refrigerant leak and can cause serious health risks.

Unusual Sounds - Heard any banging, popping, or grinding sounds from your air conditioner? These sounds are caused by broken parts bouncing around and banging against other internal components.

High Energy Bills - When an AC ages or malfunctions it has to work harder and use more power to run at the same level a newer & properly working unit would have to.

Bad Smells - Similarly to sounds, bad odors can begin to appear from a malfunctioning AC. Your air conditioner should be producing neutral smelling air at all times.

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