Central Air Installation - Utah
Thinking about replacing your furnace or air conditioner? Please consider a free estimate from Humphrey Plumbing Heating and Air. We proudly install the best quality HVAC equipment on the market and never use builders’ model equipment or cheap materials. We also proudly install American-made Amana brand central air and furnace systems. A central air installation consists of hundreds of connections and many considerations which should only be attempted by qualified installers with many years of experience. An improperly installed system will eventually break down and will not be able to reach its designed efficiency -- no matter the brand used. You can expect us to use drop cloths to protect your carpet and we always leave our workspace cleaner than when we found it.
At Humphrey Plumbing Heating and Air, we understand that replacing your air conditioner is a major investment and you want the best product at a reasonable price. Unlike most HVAC companies, we keep our advertising costs down and pass the savings on to you. Why spend more money for us to advertise our company when our ratings speak for themselves? Many of our customers are referrals from past clients and we are well reviewed through both Angie’s List and Google reviews. Thousands of Utah homeowners have had their central air system replaced by Humphrey Plumbing Heating and Air and you can rest assured that your installation will be done in a way that will provide maximum performance from the system. We use reliable air conditioning equipment that will last over 20 years if properly maintained. Our installation methods have been developed from many years of experience.
THE HUMPHREY DIFFERENCE
We design our HVAC systems to achieve 0.5 static pressure. What that means for you is that you are getting a system that is going to operate with the proper airflow for the life of the system. Lack of airflow is one of the main reasons for air conditioner failure. If can cause many problems including freezing up, blower motor burn out, capacitor malfunction, and even compressor failure.
In many cases, we will set our furnaces on a base. This allows the system to draw air into itself from the bottom of the furnace AND from the side. We always install a filter rack that holds the filter in place and makes filter changes extremely easy.
HVAC installation is an art and shouldn’t be attempted by just anybody. With dozens of design considerations and hundreds of connections, it's important to go with a company with deep experience. An improperly installed HVAC system may start off working fine however over time problems will present themselves. Parts will continuously fail and some HVAC companies will gladly take your money every year while failing to inform you of your improperly designed ductwork which is at the heart of the problem.
When it comes to HVAC installation, the following saying definitely applies: The Bitterness of Poor Quality Remains Long After the Sweetness of Low Price is Forgotten.
Our Air Conditioner Installation Process
The first step to installing an air conditioner in a home is to evaluate the home itself. Considerations such as square footage, types of building materials used, insulation, number of windows, and sun exposure need to be pondered. The location of the outside condenser should be determined. The furnace should be thoroughly examined in order to confirm its compatibility with the new air conditioner. SEER preferences are left to the customer. The higher the SEER, the more efficient the unit. We recommend a minimum of 16 SEER air conditioner installation in the St George area because of our hot climate.
Ductwork needs to be thoroughly examined. It should be measured to ensure proper sizing. Inexperienced HVAC companies will often oversize the air condition system relative to the ductwork. This causes problems down the road. The air conditioning system will overwork when it delivers air through an undersized duct system which can make the system freeze up and/or fail prematurely.
If an existing air conditioner is being replaced determinations need to be made regarding the components of the existing system that can be reused. Generally, the electrical wire from the breaker box to the outside disconnect can stay. Refrigerant lines can be cleaned and reused, if they are in good shape, are of the proper size, are thoroughly cleaned and have been leak checked.
In many cases, replacing the furnace at the same time is the practical choice. Discounts can be given since it’s all being done at the same time. A brand matching furnace and indoor coil not only looks good, but it also functions as it should too.
When installing the outside unit, we first level the ground in the area where the air conditioner will set. Next, we lay down a 3-inch plastic and put the condenser on top of it. Refrigerant lines are cut, connected, and braised to the new unit. Electrical connections are made, and panels are reinstalled. The next step is to pressure test the refrigerant lines which we do with pressurized nitrogen. Assuming there are no leaks, we next vacuum pump all the air out of the refrigerant lines and then release the new refrigerant into the system. Once this is done the system is tested. Refrigerant and airflow is adjusted to achieve maximum performance for the new air conditioning system.
Thermostat calibration is one of the last steps. We offer several thermostat options including Wi-Fi thermostats and digital programmable thermostats. Our recommendation is for a Nest or Ecobee Wi-Fi thermostat. A rebate is offered from Thermwise.com when one of these thermostats are installed.
Once we leave, we still aren’t done. Our office personnel diligently registers all equipment in order to take advantage of the manufacturer’s warranties. On qualifying equipment, rebate forms are prepared and emailed. All the information about our installs is digitally recorded and is easily accessible.
Experience You Can Trust
You can relax knowing that our technicians are experienced, knowledgeable of central air conditioning installation. We continually have trainings for our service team so that we stay up to date on the current HVAC industry standards. This isn’t just anyone working with your air conditioner – this is a highly trained expert.
Humphrey Plumbing Heating and Air offers 10-year parts and labor on many of our furnaces and air conditioners. Some models even have lifetime unit replacement! Why do we offer these warranties? Because we stand by the quality of our installations. Like most companies, we used to offer the standard 2-year labor and 5-year parts warranty on our installs. On the rare occasions that this time period had expired, and a customer called us with a minor problem, we found ourselves doing the repair service for free. It’s important to us that we leave you with a working product that will won’t leave you frustrated. Our custom installations are a work of art and we are happy to stand by our product. At Humphrey Plumbing Heating and Air, we have the experience and training to properly install the best air conditioner systems in Utah.
An air conditioning system is an essential part of any Utah home. When properly installed, a central air system will cool your house evenly and remove humidity from the air inside your home. Removing humidity from your home is crucial to retaining your home’s value, as too much humidity can lead to mold and mildew. Feel good knowing your home is not only comfortable to be in but also safe for inhaling that nice, cool air.
There are few conveniences that are better than a cool home on a hot summer day. We guarantee that a new furnace or central air system will heat or cool your home more comfortably and efficiently than your old one. With our lifetime unit replacement warranty, this will be the last air conditioner you will ever need to buy.
Humphrey Plumbing Heating and Air offers a variety of central air systems from basic 13 SEER to high efficiency 20 SEER models. SEER stands for the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and is a rating based on how much electricity the model uses compared to other models. The size of a central air system is rated in tons. Residential homes use central air systems rated from 2 to 5 tons. A properly sized air conditioner is very important and bigger is not always better. Humphrey Heating and Air can provide you the information you need to make a decision on what system works best for you. We provide free in-person estimates so that we can find the perfect HVAC for your home.
Humphrey Plumbing Heating and Air installs custom central air systems, which are tailored to our customer’s needs. Below are just a few of our favorites:
13 SEER Central air installation
This is a basic central air system and is at the minimum allowed SEER of 13. It’s a no-frills system that will use the most electricity of any of the other options. In many cases, it is still an upgrade especially if you are replacing the builders model air conditioner that came with your home. These units feature an attractive louvered metal coil guard that protects the coil from damage plus a powder-paint finish that provides premium durability and improved UV protection. While operating the sound level is 71 to 75 Decibels.
14 SEER Central air installation
The 14 SEER system is slightly more efficient than the 13 SEER. In many some cases, it will have better warranties. These compressors are equipped with a sensor that will proactively shut the system down should it detect conditions that could damage the compressor. By doing this costly repairs are often avoided. The 14 SEER is one of the quietest units we install. While operating the sound level is 70 to 71 decibels
16 SEER Central air installation
This central air system is an excellent choice to achieve maximum utility savings. Amana air conditioners feature a durable scroll compressor. The 16 SEER unit is quiet and reliable as well. It’s cost effective and it has some of the best warranties we offer including 10-year parts and labor and lifetime unit replacement if the compressor fails. 71 to 73 decibels
2 stage 16 SEER Central air installation
This central air system is a popular choice for many Utah homeowners that choose to have their air conditioner and furnace replaced at the same time. It uses two stages of cooling in conjunction with the furnace fan. The air conditioner kicks into the second stage only when needed. On mild days, this system usually operates on the first stage only. These units will provide maximum comfort for your home. While operating in the second stage the sound level 71 to 74 decibels
Modulating 20 SEER Central air installation
The 20 SEER modulating central air system is the quietest system around. When it is in its low stage you may not even hear it running if you are more than 15 feet away. As with the two-stage system, this one can only be properly installed if the furnace has a variable speed blower motor. It has an ultra-quiet high-efficiency variable speed outside fan motor as well. While running the sound level is 57 to 71 decibels.
All of our central air systems feature the following:
All of the Amana central air systems we install come with the CoreSense Protection Module. This device monitors the system for damaging conditions. It will proactively shut down the system if conditions exist that can damage the compressor. The CoreSense will fault codes to the technician which will assist in diagnosing and remedying the problem. This technology will ensure that your compressor is running the way it should be which can save thousands of dollars on a compressor change out.
Many of our Amana central air systems come with 10-year parts and 10-year labor warranty. That’s right – if your central air system breaks down within 10 years it will be fixed for free. Some of our Amana central air systems have a lifetime heat compressor guarantee. In the unlikely event, your compressor fails, Amana will provide a new central air unit free of charge for as long as you own the home. This is the last central air you will ever need to buy! At Humphrey Heating and Air, we have the experience and training to properly install the best HVAC systems in town. With warranties like ours, we have to! That’s why our motto is this:“You only get one chance to do it right the first time!”
Quality equipment is an important factor to consider when making an important financial decision like buying a new air conditioner, however if it is not installed correctly the benefits become obsolete. If your air conditioner is poorly installed, the central air system will not cool properly, break down, and have a shorter-than-normal lifespan. An HVAC installation consists of hundreds of connections and many considerations which should only be attempted by qualified installers with many years of experience. You don’t expect just anyone to install your air conditioner and neither do we. That’s why our technicians are highly trained and knowledgeable of the HVAC industry. You can feel confident that you are being serviced by highly skilled and competent people.
Have you ever had someone come in to fix something in your home only to leave muddy footprints, dirty wall stains, or trash around your home? You shouldn’t have someone come to fix a problem only to leave another one behind. You won’t have that issue with Humphrey Plumbing Heating and Air. When we work in your home, you can expect us to use drop cloths to protect your carpet and we always leave our workspace cleaner than when we found it.
Humphrey Plumbing Heating and Air offers several financing options. Our most popular plan is the 18 months with no interest plan, but we also have plans that will allow you to pay off your purchase over a longer period of time at a low-interest rate. Our friendly technicians can explain these options and help you fill out the credit application. Call us at (801) 294-2757.
We offer our services to cities along the Wasatch Front including but not limited to: Alpine, Alta, Bluffdale, Bountiful, Centerville, Clearfield, Clinton, Cottonwood Heights, Draper, East Layton, Farmington, Fruit Heights, Granite, Herriman, Highland, Holladay, Hurricane, Ivins, Kaysville, Kearns, Layton, Lehi, Magna, Midvale, Millcreek, Murray, North Salt Lake, NSL, Ogden, Riverdale, Riverton, Roy, Salt Lake City, SLC, Sandy, Santa Clara, South Jordan, South Ogden, South Weber, St. George, Sugarhouse, Sunset, Syracuse, Taylorsville, Uintah, Washington, Washington Terrace, West Haven, West Layton, West Point, West Valley, White City, Woods Cross
Davis County, Southern Weber County, Salt Lake County, Northern Utah County, Washington County
Remember our company, Humphrey Plumbing Heating and Air, when you need quality air conditioning services!