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    The Air Authority, A Riteway Service Company AC Replacement Experience

    Here at Air Authority, A Riteway Service Company in San Antonio, we know your home cooling and heating systems are one of the most important investments you will make. Our team will work with you to choose and install a reliable AC system that best meets your needs. Our certified technicians will conduct a thorough inspection of your home’s square footage, attic or crawl space insulation, windows, and more to ensure we choose the right-sized system and air conditioning equipment for your needs. We get your feedback to ensure you are 100% satisfied!

    What goes into the cost of a new AC System?

    The price for a new system can vary dramatically, starting at around $5,500 to over $15,000. This is why scheduling an appointment to see your home in person, is so important. The major factors that can affect pricing are:

    SEER rating

    SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and is used to measure the energy efficiency of the AC unit in your home’s system. The higher the SEER number, the more energy efficient a cooling system is, which in turn saves you more money on those electric bills.

    Unit size

    AC units are not one size fits all. The properly sized system will be determined for your home using the most current calculation methods. Larger capacity systems are more expensive than smaller ones.

    Comfort features

    Variable speed blowers, smart thermostats, multi-stage compressors— these features make you more comfortable, but they also increase the upfront cost. We will help you determine which ones would benefit your home.

    Consider a new Air Conditioner if you notice these signs:

    From our experience, the average A/C in San Antonio lasts about 10-15 years. The lifespan decreases further if you have not had annual professional maintenance.

    Air conditioning unit outside
    Here are two issues you may notice:
    Frequent expensive repairs:

    If your A/C is starting to need repairs regularly, it’s near the end of its lifespan.

    Runs inefficiently:

    Do you have outrageously high energy bills? Older units are inefficient and run up your energy bills.

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