Peak Home Performance Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning System Installation’

Understanding the Limits of Your AC

Monday, June 20th, 2022
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We take pride in the quality of the work we perform for our customers when they need air conditioning service. We install the finest AC units and take the time to ensure we do each job correctly so our customers can enjoy uninterrupted cooling with high energy efficiency for many years. 

However, even the best air conditioning system ever manufactured still has limits with what it can do for a home. A well-installed AC will provide the cooling your family needs for comfort, but you can push it too far to the point it wastes power and risks wearing down rapidly. Below we’ll look into how much cooling you can expect from your AC and how to make sure you don’t place extra strain on it.

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Why You Want the Best Pros to Install Your AC

Tuesday, May 17th, 2022
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If you’re looking for a new AC installation in Colorado Springs, CO, where’s the best place to begin? Well, you’ve found our website, so you’re already off to a great start. We’re experienced professionals with years of history handling all types of HVAC services. There isn’t an HVAC job we can’t do and do right.

But sometimes homeowners think they can “get by” with a cheaper option for an air conditioning system installation, like going to an amateur who offers a cut-rate price to do the job, or someone whose entire certification to be in the HVAC business comes down to “has a truck with a phone number on it.” 

Trust us, you don’t want to go with anyone but licensed and experienced HVAC pros when it’s time to put in a new air conditioning system. We’ll explain more below.

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Some Great Uses for Ductless Heating and Cooling Systems

Monday, February 21st, 2022
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With each year, more homeowners are choosing to have ductless heating and cooling systems installed for their homes. Although these ductless systems (also known as ductless mini split heat pumps) are not ideal for all homes and all situations, they have several excellent uses we recommend homeowners consider the next time they’re looking for a new HVAC installation. 

A quick reminder of how ductless mini splits work: They operate similarly to standard heat pumps, circulating refrigerant to either move heat into a home or move it out. Unlike the standard heat pump, which uses a single indoor unit that pushes air into a network of ducts to spread it through the rooms, a ductless mini split system has multiple smaller air handlers that attach to the outer room walls. The air handlers each have their own refrigerant coil and blower so they can send conditioned air directly into the living space—no ducts needed.

Here are some of the best applications of ductless heating and cooling.

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