Air Conditioner Installations
From commercial to residential, new construction or existing structures, Deitch Energy LLC offers full air conditioner system installations and upgrades that will best suit your business, home and family. Our specialized estimate department will provide you with a full range of air conditioner makes and models that will best meet your needs, whether it’s a new installation or system upgrade.
Deitch Energy will help you choose the right size air conditioner for maximum performance.
BTUs: What are they? They're short for "British Thermal Units" and refer to the number of thermal units of heat they provide per hour. So how do you determine what size air conditioner is right for you?
Answer these questions:
• How large is your home? How many windows are in it?
• How much shade is on the windows, walls and roof?
• How much insulation is in the ceilings and walls?
• How much air leaks into your home from outside?
• How much heat comes from the occupants and appliances in your home
One of our experienced home comfort advisors who will work out the calculation procedures for sizing central air conditioners as provided by the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) and the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). Usually this involves a simple computer calculation based on these procedures.
National minimum standards for central air conditioners require a SEER (seasonal energy efficiency ratio) of 9.7 and 10.0, for single-package and split-systems, respectively. But you do not need to settle for the minimum standard-there is a wide selection of units with SEERs reaching nearly 17. Before 1979, the SEERs of central air conditioners ranged from 4.5 to 8.0. Replacing a 1970s-era central air conditioner with a SEER of 6 with a new unit having a SEER of 12 will cut your air conditioning costs in half.
The bigger the better? Not so…
First of all, a larger air conditioner costs more in every way. It simply uses more electricity, which is expensive. And if the size of your air conditioner is larger than necessary it will cycle on and off more frequently, reducing its efficiency. Frequent cycling makes indoor temperatures fluctuate resulting in a less comfortable environment. More frequent cycling also inhibits moisture removal. And in humid climates, removing moisture is essential for acceptable comfort. In the end, all that cycling just wears out the compressor and electrical parts of your air conditioner faster.
We install DUCTLESS air conditioners. Similar to Central Air Conditioning, but the vents are installed in your wall leaving the motorized section outside. It’s quiet, cool, energy efficient, and often a solution for those who don’t have ducts in place. A great alternative to explore.
Our expert staff will go through the best options to meet your needs. Call Deitch Energy LLC today at
(860) 728-5431 to get started upgrading your out of date system or toss those ugly window unit’s out and make your dream of having central air a reality!
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