Whether your existing air conditioner has seen better days or you’re building a new home, our experienced contractors at AirLux Heating & Cooling can install a cooling system that meets your needs and exceeds your expectations.
We’re a locally-owned air conditioning installation company serving Niles, MI, and the surrounding communities, and we go above and beyond to provide the best possible service, results, and rates. We offer affordable financing options and support multiple convenient payment platforms such as Apple and Samsung Pay.
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Professional Air Conditioning Installation And Replacement
Our contractors deliver white-glove service and work with the industry’s best brands to install cooling systems that stand the test of time, including:
All the AC brands we work with offer generous warranties and improved technology and features that will give you better control over your indoor air temperature as well as better air quality, airflow, and noise reduction. We also stand behind our work with a three-year labor warranty. If you're ready to experience the difference a professionally installed AC can make, call us today.
When To Consider AC Replacement
Our HVAC experts can fix most cooling system problems, but for older units, an air conditioning replacement is often more cost-effective. Consider upgrading to a newer air conditioner if your model is more than 15 years old or beginning to show signs of decline, such as the need for more frequent repairs, loss of efficiency, or major component failure.
If you're unsure if repair or replacement is the better option, we can inspect your system and offer some guidance as far as the pros and cons. We'll always be honest with you about the state of your cooling system.
Prolong your air conditioner’s useful life—schedule AC maintenance with our team at least once a year.
Choosing The Right Air Conditioner For Your Home
When installing a new AC, you can opt for a ductless mini-split system or a central AC. Central air conditioners rely on ductwork to distribute cool air, while a mini-split system uses an indoor unit connected via exterior pipes to an outdoor compressor. To cool multiple rooms with a mini-split system, you’ll need multiple indoor units.
The biggest deciding factor between the two is whether you have or plan to install ductwork in your home. Otherwise, both options have their pros and cons. Central cooling systems offer a whole-home solution, while ductless units are more efficient.