Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Installation’

The Benefits of a Heat Pump

Monday, August 10th, 2020

woman-enjoying-heat-pumpHave you heard about heat pump mini splits? If you haven’t you may want to learn a bit more about them. These are incredible comfort systems that are a great option for any home, especially those in New Mexico. Not only are they great for creating an optimal indoor environment in your home, but they are also ideal for just about any kind of house in the area.

If you are interested in adding a heat pump mini split to your home you should reach out to our team to get the air conditioner installation you need. We will pair you with the best products on the market that are kept up with the best services too.

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Why Efficiency Matters So Much When You’re Selecting a New AC Unit

Monday, April 18th, 2016

Too many homeowners are content to call around to various AC companies in order to find a new AC unit that works for the budget they’ve planned in their minds. However, an air conditioner that seems really cheap is likely built that way too! Here’s why you should always go for the more efficient AC systems, especially if you live in a warm area like Bloomfield, NM.

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The How and Why to Installing a High-Efficiency AC

Monday, August 3rd, 2015

As any homeowner in New Mexico knows, energy bills just seem to keep going up in the summertime. Air conditioners have a lot of work to do, and a whole lot of energy is necessary to move cool air into all of the rooms of your home. One way to conserve is by switching to a high-efficiency AC unit when your older system finally breaks down—or maybe even before your current unit fails completely. Here’s why.

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Will Upgrading to Central AC Raise My Bills?

Monday, July 27th, 2015

Conventional central air conditioning is the standard in most parts of the United States. But in our area, a lot of homeowners have not yet taken the steps to get a whole-home refrigerated AC system for their cooling needs. Many people still rely on evaporative coolers, window units, or both to get through the summer, which may not offer the comfort they really need.

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How Does a Ductless Air Conditioner Work?

Monday, June 8th, 2015

If your home is full of small window or room air conditioners that operate noisily and require replacement after a very short time, it’s time for an upgrade. Ductless air conditioners are efficient and they perform better than even many ducted systems. Here’s a primer on how these systems operate and what makes them such a good choice for a ductless home or a single room.

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How to Find an Efficient System for Air Conditioning Installation

Monday, April 20th, 2015

When selecting a new air conditioning system, many homeowners are concerned about the initial cost. This is understandable; an air conditioner is no small investment, and it’s quite likely that your new installation was somewhat unexpected, especially if you are replacing a broken down system. However, paying attention only to the upfront costs of an air conditioner can cost you later on. An inexpensive unit may not last long enough to be cost-effective, and it is not likely to be an energy efficient choice. The following guide details two ways to make sure your new AC runs efficiently, saving you money from month to month, which may eventually offset the initial cost.

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What to Consider Prior to Your Air Conditioning Installation

Monday, September 15th, 2014

When thinking of exciting ways in which to spend your hard earned money, a new air conditioning system may not make its way to the top of the list. However, an air conditioner is a great, necessary investment, especially in as hot a climate as enjoy for much of the year. In order to ensure that you are 100% satisfied with your new air conditioning system, of course, it is important that you choose your system wisely. When you work with a skilled, trained professional, this is a lot easier to guarantee. If you are thinking about a new air conditioning installation in Farmington, NM, call the pros at Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.

Prior to the installation of your new air conditioner, you really do need to get to know your options. While split central air conditioners are still probably the most popular style of whole house cooling systems, there are many other great options to consider. Some homeowners choose to avoid the use of ductwork, for example, either due to the fact that their home does not have room for ductwork or because they don’t want to face potential efficiency and air quality issues.

There are also heat pumps and geothermal cooling systems to consider, if efficiency and an environmentally friendly performance are priorities in your household. Such systems are able to both heat and cool your home, working as an air conditioner in the summer and using ambient heat from the air or the ground during the winter months to heat your home. We even offer swamp coolers to help you keep your home comfortable with minimal energy expenditure.

In addition to choosing your system with care, it is also important to guarantee that your AC is of the right size for your home. This will only be the case if you schedule your air conditioning installation in Farmington, NM with a skilled, trained professional. If your AC is not of the right size, you are not going to be able to cool your home confidently. Additionally, you may wind up putting too much strain on your system. Make the right choice, and schedule your AC installation in Farmington, NM with a member of the Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. team.

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