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Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

What size air conditioner do I need?

Your air conditioner should have about 20 BTU per square foot of living space, according to Consumer Reports. However, you should also account for other factors in the room. 

If it’s a very shady space, you can take off 10% of the square footage BTU calculation. If it’s sunny, add 10%. For rooms normally occupied by two or more people, you should add 600 BTU per additional person. Finally, if the room is a kitchen, add 4,000 BTU to your calculated square footage total.

Talk to an air conditioning company or HVAC professional to find out what size you should get.

What does SEER mean on an air conditioner?

The SEER label on an air conditioner stands for seasonal energy efficiency ratio. This is a measure of the efficiency of either an air conditioning unit or a heat pump. 

The U.S. Department of Energy recommends replacing older AC units with energy-efficient models. Contact an air conditioning company or HVAC specialist for tips on how to select a new unit.

Why is my air conditioner leaking water?

An air conditioner leaking inside the house is a common problem. It could indicate that the air filter is dirty. Or, one of the following may be the culprit:

  • Clogged condensate drain line
  • Leaky, damaged, cracked or rusted drain pan
  • Dirty or broken coils
  • Frozen evaporator coils
  • Broken condensate pump
  • Not enough refrigerant
  • Disconnected drain line

If your AC is leaking, contact a repair service to find out what the problem is — and how much it will cost to fix it.

Is it worth it to install central air?

Depending on where you live, it might be worth it to install central air. Central air makes your house comfortable on hot summer days. And although it’s hard to predict if adding central air will increase your home’s value, prospective homebuyers will certainly notice if it’s missing.

Another advantage of central air is that it can help dehumidify your home. Not only will it make your home more comfortable and enjoyable, but it can also  help prevent mold from growing or spreading.

Contact the best HVAC contractors near you to learn more about the central air installation process and to start receiving free estimates.

Can I install central air myself?

While you may be able to do some preparation work for central air installation, you should hire a licensed contractor to complete the project and handle the air conditioning refrigerants. 

Also, unless you have the proper credentials, you risk making common mistakes when installing central air. This may include installing the wrong-size furnace, improperly installing ductwork and exhaust systems, and incorrectly managing drainage.

To ensure your central air is installed correctly, contact the best HVAC pros near you and start getting free estimates today.

Does central air add value to a home?

A central air unit or HVAC system may add value to your home. Or, if you’re in the process of selling your home, it may help you close a sale.

The Remodeling Impact report found that 20% of realtors have suggested that home sellers replace their HVAC before attempting to sell their homes, and 7% said this project did help close a sale. 

Talk with an expert to figure out if adding an HVAC system is a good idea for your home. And contact the best HVAC pros near you to get free estimates so you’ll know how much this project will cost you.

Does an HVAC technician need to enter my home?

Because most HVAC systems are located in the home, it’s likely that an HVAC technician would need to enter yours when working on the projects. However, there might be exceptions. Some HVAC systems are located in garages or in areas of the house that are sectioned off. During the consultation, ask your technician if they'll need to enter your home.

When you contact local technicians, ask if they’ll perform a video call in place of a traditional consultation. Be sure to send all materials like photos and documents digitally, and comply with all relevant guidelines.

Do HVAC technicians offer remote or virtual services?

Because HVAC technicians need to be physically present to do their work, they have not conventionally offered remote or virtual services. However, with the importance of social distancing due to COVID-19, the need for remote capabilities is greater than ever. If you come across a profile that states the HVAC technician or AC professional is offering remote services, message the pro to find out what those services include.

Consult with your technician to see if the technician will be able to perform a video call consultation. You can find local technicians near you by searching online.

Should you tip appliance installers?

You can tip appliance installers if you feel their service has gone above and beyond. A standard tip is between $10 and $20. 

Reasons you might consider tipping include a very pleasant customer service demeanor, having to carry a heavy appliance up or down the stairs, working in inclement weather, taking care not to make a mess and other acts of care and consideration. You are not obligated to leave a tip — but one is always appreciated.

What types of appliances can a professional install?

There are a number of different appliances that professionals can install for you, including:

  • Washers and dryers. These machines are heavy and very sensitive to being level and balanced, and also require hookups to water, electricity and sometimes gas or propane.
  • Cooking ranges. Your range may use propane or gas, which is a hookup job best left to the pros.
  • Microwaves. You may want to have your microwave be an undermount or in-mounted unit, which a pro can install and make it look seamless.
  • Refrigerators. These are heavy and often require a water hookup.
  • And more!

Reach out to an appliance installation service, and find out if they can install your appliance. Often, it’s helpful to provide the brand and model of the appliance you’re trying to set up.

Reviews for The Avenues air conditioning professionals
Christina J.
Mark installed my Hyve wifi sprinkler box, reconfigured sprinklers to make sure they were covering the grass and not the sidewalk, replaced sprinkler heads, cleaned the air conditioning unit, and leveled the air conditioner. He worked very hard and was friendly.
Mark TeckMark Teck
Mary J.
I took a chance on Rocky Mountain Heating and Air Conditioning when my air conditioner stopped working in 100-degree weather! I made the right choice!! Ben from Rocky Mountain came out the following the day and after inspecting my air conditioner and furnace gave me different options of things he could repair but also explained why they might not work and I opted for a replacement of the air conditioning unit. I approached him about replacing my furnace due to its age (Ben did not do a sales pressure job!). In the end I also replaced the furnace also. It took two days for the air conditioning unit to arrive and when it did Ben noticed damage to the unit. When Ben tried to get me another one, he upgraded it without cost to me because it would have taken another couple of days to get the original one that was damaged replaced. Ben told me the first unit probably would have worked but did not to put in any damaged equipment and because it would take a few days to get another one did not want us to continue to not have air conditioning due to the high temperatures. Ben was professional throughout the whole process, was respectful of my home and I felt comfortable of him coming in and out of my home. Replacing an Air Conditioner and Furnace is a large expense, and I feel I selected the right company.
Rocky Mountain Heating and Air Conditioning LlcRocky Mountain Heating and Air Conditioning Llc
Jason F.
Friendly Plumber was great. They did a very thorough check and gave me information I should know but didn't about my air conditioner. I also took advantage of a yearly program that will service all of my other needs for a very good price.
Friendly Plumber Heating and Air LLCFriendly Plumber Heating and Air LLC
Joey W.
I cannot speak poorly enough about the incompetence of this company. They came out to fix my air conditioner, I setup a complete replacement installation and when they came to fix it they realized they couldn't work on that type of ac unit after they already came and inspected it earlier! Complete waste of time, DO NOT HIRE.
Monarch Heating and AirMonarch Heating and Air
Autumn M.
Bryson came to the house and did such an amazing job. He went through our home and did a thorough check of all the vents, the furnace, and air conditioner. We had a Company come out the day before and quoted us $1000 higher than Bryson. We appreciate the genuine care and help that was given to us today. Now Bryson has us as customers for life. He did an amazing job.
S.O.S Heating & CoolingS.O.S Heating & Cooling
Stan S.
Ted came out to diagnose a problem with my air conditioner. He quickly diagnosed and solved the issue, which required diving into some messy wiring and installation done by the previous owners of my house. He was patient with me looking over his shoulder and asking amateur questions. He told me I needed a replacement part and that he'd call to find out, which he did. Then he drove well South of my house to pick it up, brought it back and installed it. No waiting around on my part. Am planning to have him come out and do a complete furnace inspection and tuneup come Fall.
Teds Heating and AirTeds Heating and Air
Thumbtack Customer
The job was the replacement of a $26. Air conditioner contactor switch. Boyd came on time, which is certainly a plus. He knew his stuff, and he was pleasant to deal with. His bill, which included a trip charge and the replacement switch installatiion was $95, which I thought was rather excessive, since the diagnostics was already done by another company that wanted to charge me $79, They wanted an additional ridiculously high fee of $250 to come back to replace the contactor . I definitely paid less by using Boyd, even though his charge for the travel and work time was more than I would have liked. At least he didn't charge more than I had agreed to pay. When you're dealing with a sweltering hot house, I guess they know that's to their advantage. I was not displeased with the work or the worker, just price.
Rapid Response Heating & AirRapid Response Heating & Air
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