Why It’s Important to Have Your AC Professionally Installed

Installation

Do-it-yourself has become a lifestyle for many people who want to spend less money. But doing your own AC installation is not one of those things you can ever do yourself. In fact, the industry is highly regulated and expects proper licensing and widespread training on both installation practices and refrigerant handling. That’s why the experts at Franklin's Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. have such a highly regarded reputation when it comes to installing new air conditioners. Here are some pieces of advice for why you should have your AC professionally installed.

  • Experience: An expert knows the particulars of all aspects involved with an AC installation. That’s why you don’t look at your neighbors outdoors on the weekend struggling to replace their own systems. Experts go through rigorous tests and education to gain the knowledge needed to properly maintain, examine, install and troubleshoot HVAC equipment, it’s not something you can learn over a few YouTube sessions. Not to mention that you could wind up doing more damage, costing you even more than if you had called Franklin's Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc..
  • Safety: Your expert will know how to set up your AC properly and safely. There are industry rules and licenses needed in order to safely work with heating and cooling equipment, indicating that you’re putting yourself at risk if you do it yourself.
  • Tools: Installing HVAC equipment utilizes many specific tools, not to mention the skill to understand how to use these tools. Believe us, it’s much easier to call in a professional and relax on the couch and let them handle it.
  • Knowledge: A pro is going to fully comprehend all the requirements for AC installation, including permits and inspections needed, and be in-the-know on all the codes that need to be adhered to in Oxford.

If it’s time for a new air conditioner, call the pros at Franklin's Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.. We’ll perform your AC installation speedily and carefully, with very brief interruption to your comfort. 

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