Things to Consider When Replacing AC Units 

Think It’s Time for a New A/C Unit in Your Home or Business?

Isley’s Home Service sells, installs and maintains residential and commercial air-conditioning and heating units throughout the greater Phoenix area. Call 480-422-5949 to schedule an Isley’s expert to coming to your home or business and help you find the best option for your property and budget.

Most homes in Arizona have central air because it’s the most effective and efficient way to cool your home. Isley’s looks at several factors to help you find the right units for your home. Be sure to also ask us which units are eligible for the federal tax credit.

Our professional technicians will help you choose the right A/C unit for your home (or business). Isley’s Home Service performs all installations to manufacturers’ standards to ensure all of the above considerations are working efficiently and, most importantly, so you are comfortable all year round.

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Factors to help you find the right units for your home

Money-Saving Benefits of a New Air Conditioner

Isley’s offers 0% financing on select Trane air-conditioning units. Ask us about the latest manufacturer and utility rebates available for your home or office air-conditioner installation. We offer free in-home estimates, APS- and SRP-certified installation and equipment, 2-year warranty on parts and labor. As a thank-you for choosing Isley’s for your new A/C unit installation, the first year of your TLC Maintenance Agreement is on us.


Split System vs Packaged Air-Conditioning and Heating Units

Isley’s installs and services both packaged A/C units and split-system air conditioners. What’s the difference?

A packaged A/C unit has one outdoor metal cabinet that houses the evaporator coil, condenser with blowing fan and compressor. It can be rooftop mounted and comes in straight-cool, gas/electric and heat-pump models. Additionally, the Trane packaged units that Isley’s recommends will heat your home, so a separate furnace isn’t necessary.

A split system has part of the unit outside and part of the unit inside, typically in an attic or closet. The outside metal cabinet typically sits on the ground level and contains the condenser and compressor; the indoor component might be located in an attic or utility closet and contains the evaporator coil.

Located in Mesa Arizona, Servicing the Greater Phoenix Metropolitan Area

Learn more about how to cool your home and lower your utility bills Schedule a free consultation with an Isley’s air-conditioning expert

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