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Grand Rapids AC Installation

Providing Quality Air Conditioning Installation & Replacement

You probably don’t think about your air conditioning equipment or what type of products for the installation you’ll need very often. Or, if you’ve already been looking around to try to find out what type of cooling or heating equipment you should choose, you may have realized just how many options are out there when it comes to residential Grand Rapids AC installation. It can get troubling when you’re looking but don’t know what’s best for your home. Either way, you need reliable, quality products that last and a professional technician you can count on.

An air conditioning installation done wrong will present many problems for you. And a contractor that chooses a system too large or small or doesn’t design the ductwork system correctly can cost you energy dollars and can possibly have to be replaced.

Grapids Home Services will be there to advise you and will do great work that’s guaranteed during the Grand Rapids AC installation*. We offer air conditioning installations in Grand Rapids for all residential properties with workmanship guaranteed*. As a long-standing business, our customers know we stand behind our manufacturer’s warranties*. When we handle your air conditioning installation, you’ll have some of the best options available.

To get started, call us at (616)-453-1099 or use our online form! We can go over all your cooling system options right away.

Air Conditioning & Duct System Design

When you are having a new air conditioning system installed or even repaired and it has ductwork, it’s important to choose an experienced air conditioning company to handle it. The ductwork can cause problems with the equipment if not designed correctly. And if not installed correctly, it can cause energy waste. With improper installation, you could wind up with a nightmare system that can’t cool your space or has malfunction problems. For instance, an air conditioning unit that is too large or small for the amount of space you need to cool can easily get worn out quicker. These systems are designed with exact specifications to suit many factors of your home and your unique needs.

With our Grand Rapids air conditioning installation company, we offer only quality products and precise installation design that includes all your ductwork. We take the time to understand your specific comfort needs and strive hard to ensure we proceed according to your vision, timeline, and budget.

Ensure Your System Is Ready For The Season

We Offer Maintenance On Any Unit

Why AC Size Matters

When it comes to finding the right air conditioner for you, size definitely matters. If the AC is too big, it will quickly cool the room but will frequently cycle on and off, which can put a strain on the unit. If the AC is too small, it won’t cool your home properly and will work harder, which will lead to a higher energy bill.

Consider the following when replacing your AC:

  • Number of people: When a home has more people, they generate more heat, thus requiring a stronger AC to cool things down.
  • Total square footage: How much square footage your property has will determine how big your AC should be.
  • Incoming light: If your home has many windows that let in sunlight, you should add 10% to the capacity of cool air needed. That’s because the sunlight will warm the home. Alternatively, if you have a shadier home, you’ll need 10% less energy.

If you’re in the market for a new cooling system, turn to Grapids Home Services, Inc. Our skilled HVAC technicians can help determine which model is right for you. With our Grand Rapids AC installation, you can stay cool and comfortable all year round.

Experienced in All Types of Cooling Systems

We install all makes and models of air conditioners for the greater Grand Rapids area. We also provide a free price quote on a new air conditioner installation or replacement. We also can provide you with a few financing options here! When you need Grand Rapids air conditioning installation services, look no further than our AC installation company.

If you’re interested in getting a new air conditioner for your home, we offer replacement and installation on a variety of AC system brands, including:

  • HEIL®
  • Goodman®
  • Emerson® White Rodgers
  • Fujitsu
  • Aprilaire®
  • GENERALAire®
  • Rheem®
  • NTI
  • Viessmann

Are you ready to look at your AC installation options? Contact Grapids Home Services today at (616)-453-1099 or use our online form!

AC Installation FAQs

What Does SEER Mean for an Air Conditioner?

SEER stands for seasonal energy efficiency ratio. It is a rating system that factors the amount of electricity used during the cooling season in relation to the cooling output of an air conditioner. Higher numbers indicate better efficiency and lower cooling costs. Today’s air conditioners range from about 14 SEER to 26 SEER or higher.

What Does VRV or VRF Mean in Air Conditioning?

Variable refrigerant volume and variable refrigerant flow are terms that both mean that the amount of refrigerant delivered to an air handler can be adulated to meet the cooling demands of that room or zone. These systems allow the temperature in multiple zones to be adjusted independently, providing better comfort and efficiency for your Grand Rapids home.

Does Home Insurance Cover a New AC Unit?

In most cases, no, home insurance will not cover a new air conditioning system. When a system fails due to normal wear and age or a lack of maintenance, it will be up to the homeowner to replace the system. If it occurs due to a manufacturer’s defect, the system’s warranty may cover the damage. Depending on the extent of your coverage, a home insurance policy may cover an AC replacement in some rare cases, such as when the AC unit is damaged by storms, hail, or a downed tree.

Can You Install Air Conditioning in a Garage?

A garage can be a great space for hobbies, workouts, or a place to relax. Adding air conditioning is an easy way to make the room more comfortable, and a ductless air conditioner is the perfect solution due to its small size and no need for ductwork. At Grapids Home Services, we can recommend the best ductless AC unit for your needs.

How Do You Get a Tax Credit for a New HVAC System?

Geothermal heat pumps that are ENERGY STAR®-certified and meet specific performance requirements are eligible for a federal tax credit of up to 26% of the purchase price until the end of 2022 and up to 22% until the end of 2023. To apply, visit the ENERGY STAR site. Although other HVAC systems were retroactively eligible for federal tax credits in 2021, the program has not been extended yet for systems installed after.

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At Grapids Home Services, our contractors go above and beyond to provide service that exceeds your expectations! Our customers save more on their HVAC with our Service Partner Plan.

Comprehensive system tune-ups In addition to keeping your family safe, our heating & air conditioning tune-ups will save you money!
Discounts Should you need heating & air conditioning service, you will receive a 10% discount!
Priority scheduling Your call will be scheduled ahead of others, which is particularly important if you need us on the hottest or coldest days of the year.
Transferable Your Service Partner Plan can be transferred to a new home or to the buyer of the home you're selling.