Swamp Cooler Conversion
Providing Air Conditioning to San Antonio
Staying comfortable and beating the summer heat here in San Antonio, Texas is all about matching your special needs with the right air conditioning system. Our experienced and certified HVAC technicians are able to asses your needs and provide you with the best, refrigerated air conditioning.
Are you fed up with your swamp cooler or ductless mini-splits? Is your home or business too hot? Is it slow to get to a comfortable temperature? If you’re looking to switch to refrigerated air, you’ve found the right people!
What is Air Conditioning?
Refrigerated air, or central air conditioning, is the most effective ways to cool a home or business. With refrigerated air, you just set your thermostat at a comfortable temperature and that’s it! You can switch from heating to cooling automatically without switching dampers like a swamp cooler.
People always ask us about the cost of using an air conditioning system. New air conditioning systems offer higher efficiencies that compare very closely to your evaporative cooling system electricity use, and does not use water!
If you are ready for a cooling system that cools your home fast then a air conditioning system is your best bet! Our experts will help you evaluate your specific needs, then match you with the ideal cooling system to ensure optimal efficiency and comfort.
Our experts carry specialized training in refrigerated air conditioning conversion and installation services, so you can rest assured that the job will be flawless, bringing you the cooling and relief you need to beat back the harsh summer heat, here in the San Antonio area. We offer leading central cooling system products to our clients, so you know that not only will the service be perfect!
How Much does it Cost to Convert to Air Conditioning?
If you’ve been thinking about converting from a swamp cooler to refrigerated air conditioning but are curious about how much it costs to convert to refrigerated air, you’ll be pleased to learn that converting to refrigerated air is much more affordable than some may expect.
While an exact estimate requires a evaluation of your your current system, we can give you a range of cost based on the square footage of your house. A 1,200 square foot home may need a 2-2.5-ton unit, while a 2,000 square foot home would need a 4-ton unit. Two story homes may require two separate units to control the different levels due to the rising heat between floors. Other factors influence the cost of your refrigerated air conversion also include your current electrical capabilities, and the quality of your ducts. Some conversions from a swamp cooler to refrigerated air require special electrical upgrades or duct work repair, impacting your overall costs.
The first step to refrigerated air conversion is a home evaluation to truly understand what it requires to correctly convert your home to refrigerated air conditioning