When you’re installing air conditioning in a new home, you can rely on Conditioned Air’s expert service. We will put in a cooling system that is carefully evaluated and designed to meet all indoor comfort needs. It will run safely and reliably and to the manufacturer’s specifications.
Our HVAC professionals can design, estimate the cost of and install an air conditioning system designed to keep everyone in the home cool and comfortable throughout Florida’s hottest summer days. They can add a dehumidification system that will reduce indoor moisture, preventing problems associated with high humidity. Because the home will feel cooler, the temperature can be kept a bit higher, and energy bills will fall.
Conditioned Air experts can conduct a complex technical assessment of the cooling load — what’s needed to meet your desired comfort level — and can design a system to meet that cooling load. They can provide energy load calculations and an airflow design that will work best. They can work with your architect and builder to incorporate air conditioner design, ductwork and other elements directly into blueprints and building plans. This ensures that construction professionals will know where cooling system components are going.
At Conditioned Air, our technical abilities are supplemented by our on-site duct fabrication shop. We can work in both sheet metal and fiberboard to create the ductwork system you need.
Whether you’re a construction professional or you’re a homeowner who’s building a dream home, the experts at Conditioned Air can provide the system you need.
For 50 years, Conditioned Air has provided air conditioning sales, maintenance and repair to residential and commercial customers in Naples and southwest Florida. Contact us for help, whether you’re buying and installing a new system or maintaining the one that you have.
Our goal is to help educate our customers about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems). For more information about air conditioners and other HVAC topics, download our free Home Comfort Resource guide.
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