Air Conditioning Replacement
Residential AC Replacement by John Moore – Houston’s Best and Most Recognized HVAC Service Providers Since 1994
Including FREE Estimates!*
*Please note that free in-home estimates are available only to residential homeowners on weekdays during regular business hours.
What’s Included in John Moore’s Air Conditioning Replacement?
Before we replace your AC system, we run a heat load calculation to determine proper size, take measurements, and present you with the best options for everything: a new condenser, new duct work, new condensate drain lines, and any other options such as zone systems, UV light disinfectors, air purifiers and anything that would apply to your home’s AC system and air quality. We discuss your budget, and look over rebate options, tax credits, energy efficiency, and of course, price, to find the ideal system for your home. And because a new AC system is one of the most expensive things most people pay for (next to a car and your home itself), we go over our financing options.
After that, we work with you to find the best time to get to work. If we start sometime in the morning, we can usually finish replacing your entire AC system that same day. And if it’s an emergency, like your AC goes out in the middle of summer, we will supply you with portable cooling units until we can get to your home to replace your system.
John Moore’s HVAC Replacement Process.
The first thing we do when we show up to install is put down a drop cloth and make sure every technician has their shoes covered so we don’t track mud or dirt into your home. We may request to move furniture or valuable items so we don’t accidently bump into, scratch, or break anything. And if you have pets, we may ask for you to keep them in a room or at the neighbors to minimize the chances of any accidents (we do not want to accidently run into your cat or dog while carrying a furnace). We measure a second time just to make sure everything will fit through doorways and tight spaces. Then we begin breaking down your old AC system. We load all of your old equipment into a truck to take back and recycle.
After that, we get to work installing your new system. There will be a lot of moving of large equipment and some loud noises as we fabricate parts, drill units into place, and move around your attic. We may also lay extra boards down in your attic so we don’t step through a ceiling. Then we connect the refrigerant lines and attach your new system to your home’s power source. And then, we turn it on.
Included in every AC replacement is a final, whole-home air balance. We test every air register in your home to make sure it’s delivering the right amount of air at the appropriate temperature. We may go back into your attic to adjust dampers until everything is just right. After that, we take you on a tour of your new system, provide you with maintenance tips, and let you know to call us if you need any adjustments or encounter any issues.
John Moore Lifetime AC Equipment
The Ultimate Peace of Mind
Upgrade to a lifetime of worry-free air conditioning with a John Moore Lifetime AC unit. The John Moore Lifetime line offers homeowners a premium, energy-efficient HVAC system that is covered by a Lifetime Unit Replacement Limited Warranty for as long as you, the original purchaser, own your home. If you have found your dream home, set up an appointment with a John Moore Technician to see if a John Moore Lifetime unit would be a good fit for you.
Why upgrade to John Moore Lifetime AC Equipment?
- The Lifetime Unit Replacement Limited Warranty is valid for as long as the original purchaser owns his/her home. If the compressor or heat exchanger fails in use at the original registered homeowner’s residence, a new furnace or condenser will be provided at no charge.
- Each John Moore Lifetime unit is upgraded with top-of-the-line parts to meet the harsh demands of the Houston climate.
- Enjoy greater energy savings with an 18 Seer High Efficiency, 2 Stage John Moore Lifetime unit.
- Protect yourself against higher future replacement costs due to inflation and higher costs of living.
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