Top-Choice for AC Replacement Services in the San Antonio Metro Area
AC Replacement Services in San Antonio, TX
Choosing the right air conditioning system for your San Antonio home’s size and configuration is just as crucial as selecting the right company to install it.
At Damiani’s Comfort Design, we don’t cut corners. We understand that choosing a new heating and air conditioning system is one of the most important decisions you’ll make for you and your family’s comfort. We have proudly earned the trust of thousands of homeowners in the San Antonio area. We stand behind our work 100% and are completely committed to your satisfaction.
We offer warranties to back the equipment we offer and solid guarantees to ensure your satisfaction with our work.
Once a new system is selected, the most important day in the life of your home’s air conditioning system is when the Home Comfort Heroes from Damiani’s Comfort Design arrive to install it. The performance and longevity of that AC system rest on the installation process.
We Install Various Types of Systems Throughout San Antonio!
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We send our Home Comfort Heroes to your home to ensure that your new unit is properly engaged and functioning correctly. Your complete and total satisfaction is our goal. Our technicians are the champions of leaving your home with you happy and your system working great. This is what makes Damiani’s air conditioning system installation services second to none.
Home Comfort Heroes in Your San Antonio Home
Before leaving your home, our Home Comfort Hero will review the thermostat controls so that your comfort is maintained around the clock, season after season. They will also explain how you can keep your new equipment in top form by accessing and changing the filter.
When you choose Damiani’s, one of our Home Comfort Heroes will come to your home and go through all of your air conditioning options. They’ll spend the time to measure your home, go over your home comfort needs, and answer your questions so that you can choose the home comfort system that meets the needs of your home.
Frequently Asked Questions
How often should you replace your air conditioning unit?
If you keep up with your air conditioner’s maintenance and your luck holds out, you should expect to be replacing it somewhere between 10 and 15 years after you first install it. While some air conditioners will keep running for longer than that, past that point, you’re likely going to be looking at serious efficiency problems, heavily outdated technology, and difficulty getting parts for the inevitable costly repairs.
What is included in AC replacement?
When you have an air conditioner replaced, there are a few things that your HVAC technician will be helping you with. In addition to the obvious steps of helping you choose an AC and then installing it for you, our team is also going to size your replacement and make sure it’s an appropriate unit for your home — you want one that’s just big enough that it can keep you cool on the hottest day of the year. More power than that is too much; less power than that, and you’re going to be uncomfortable sometimes. Beyond that, AC replacement also covers the not insignificant effort of removing your old AC.
Can I replace my own air conditioner?
Replacing an air conditioner may not be impossible for a determined DIYer. Still, it’s a project fraught with unexpected difficulties — not to mention the risk that when it’s all done, you’ll still need a service from a professional when you notice horrible energy efficiency from poor connections, poor sizing, etc. It’s a project that involves heavy equipment, ductwork, electrical work, and more. So can you? Maybe, but it’s best to hire a professional installer.
Is it cheaper to replace my furnace and AC together?
As a general rule, you should expect to pay significantly less for each component when you’re buying a new furnace and air conditioner together. Much of the effort and labor involved can be reduced by doing both simultaneously instead of separately. It’s also significantly less likely to cause you headaches of compatibility if both units are modern.