- Air Conditioning
- Home Energy Audit
- Oil to Gas Conversion
When it’s time to replace your old central air conditioner, the cooling professionals at Green Homes Long Island are the perfect choice! Our trained and certified technicians have the qualifications to ensure the right size and configuration AC unit is installed in your Suffolk or Nassau County home.
Replacing Central Air is Easier Than You Think!
Most central air conditioning consists of an outside compressor or heat pump unit and the inside air handler and ductwork. We are often able to utilize your home’s existing ductwork in replacing central air conditioning, which can save time and money. We’ll check the ductwork to ensure it’s well-sealed—another efficiency measure that is a smart investment. Our no-risk free estimate and attractive financing options take the worry out of installing central air.
Selecting High-Efficiency Central Air
Just like the miles-per-gallon ratings vary on automobiles, air conditioners have efficiency ratings that take the guesswork out of selecting high-efficiency cooling for the best price. ENERGY STAR® offers ratings on AC units based on a seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER), which indicates the estimated amount of energy required to cool your home. The higher the SEER number is, the more efficient the air conditioning unit is. Older AC units have SEER ratings of 6 or less., but Carrier air conditioning units have SEER ratings in the 13-16 SEER range. What’s best for your Long Island home? We’ll walk you through the options.
Ensuring Your New Central Air is Super Efficient
Because your home is cooled (and heated) using a system of ducts, air handlers, an air conditioner and furnace, often it makes sense to replace old fan motors, ductwork and address home air leakage to ensure that your new high-efficiency central air conditioner works the way it’s supposed to. When replacing central ACs, we recommend getting a home energy audit to make sure that your home’s ductwork, insulation and exterior envelope are supporting your efficient AC unit. If needed, air sealing, duct sealing and improved insulation can maximize your new air conditioner for a relatively small investment. Ask us about New York State and PSEG Long Island rebates for home efficiency improvements.
New Central Air Conditioning Installation
A new Bryant central cooling system installation will often tie into your existing forced air heating system, with some additional return ducts. If your heating system does not have ductwork, it may make sense to install a ductless mini-split system, especially if there’s not enough space to retrofit ductwork.
Looking for the right replacement central air conditioning installer? Contact Green Homes Long Island for your free estimate*.
*Does not apply to service or repair visits.