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Call Today@ 952.941.6049 for your Free Analysis on your Air Conditioning needs. We have all the right answers for your home.  If your just looking for a cheap air conditioner, quote only, quick fix, base price out of a cardboard box as with others, then move on. Were not the right fit. Nobody Dares to Compare.  No  Sales Gimmicks. No Fancy Coupons. No Cheezy Commercials. No Bling. Just Straight Talk. Old Fashioned Values. Consultation Fee may Apply. Xcel Energy, Great River Energy, Dakota Electric, Minnesota Valley Electric. Qualified. Quality. Certified. Utility Trade Partner.  


Full Replacement HVAC Installation Cost

Price Range: $9,200 to $12,300

Typical Job Time: 3-5 Days

The ductwork adds a minimum two days of labor and about $2,000 to $4,000+ to the price, but realize that this is a very important part of your HVAC system. Any ductwork system is the highway from your furnace to all the rooms of your home.  Due to poor applications by others, many homes are sick, causing health problems, dysfunctional and perform poorly.

Ductwork shall never need cleaning if the ducted airway has been executed properly, is functional and clean. Although it might sound like a good idea to reduce HVAC installation cost and get a quick same-day change-out like with others, but realize we have found dirt and debris collecting in ducts. Including dust mite feces, pop cans, sawdust, trash, litter, dead mice, spiders, mice droppings, poor air flow in general and the ducts themselves contain holes, leaks due to improper installation. So this is what you want to breathe every day. Its reality and wide spread in many homes.  All of which may be hidden and will effect your energy costs and overall performance. Remember, many contractors will push a quick change-out on you because it is easy, fast and great money for them – you need to be involved. Do you homework.  Call for Details. We love educated buyers.

Cost of Full HVAC Installation with Additional Benefits/Features

Price Range: $13,100 to $20,000+

Typical Job Time: 3-7+ Days

The sky is the limit. Adding zoning  systems, but realize that this will typically add $2,300 to $3,500 (or more) to the price. Upgrading other performance features to your system is a huge advantage but adds to your bottom line. “Why a price range, isn’t it just a part?” No, the part then has to be installed, and the customized ductwork and added benefits required will vary based on the difficulty of the job and layout of your job. It is very labor intensive, and many contractors don’t do it right. Zoning as required should also include a bypass damper and  additional ductwork! Simply put, the more you add, the more it will affect your costs.

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Dual Two-Stage Energy Saving Air Conditioning

 Local utility says up to 60% of Air Conditioners are not installed properly.  Call the Pro's Today. 952.941.6049

#1 Customer Rated Best HVAC Contractor in Twin Cities

#1 Customer Rated Best HVAC Contractor in Twin Cities

#1 Customer Rated Best HVAC Contractor in Twin Cities

Black Air Conditioners

When the Heat is too Much. No Sweat. We cover all your Cooling Problems. Guaranteed. Emergency Air Conditioning Repair and Installation.  Done-Right. Refrigerant leakage always a Problem? We Fix It!! A+ BBB.  Five-Star. A Rating Angie List.

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#1 Customer Rated Best HVAC Contractor in Twin Cities

#1 Customer Rated Best HVAC Contractor in Twin Cities

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Best Air Conditioning Experts. Air Conditioner Broke? Not Cooling Right? Upper Level Area always Warm? Inconsistent Temperatures? We Fix It Right the First Time.  Call Today.  100% Satisfaction ac replacement air conditioning repair ac repair Chanhassen Eden Prairie Edina

New Air Conditioner Installation

#1 Customer Rated Best HVAC Contractor in Twin Cities

New Air Conditioner Installation

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Top Performer. Two-Stage 17 SEER/13 EER Air Conditioner. Energy-Saver.  Ultra-Quiet.  Very Efficient. Includes Lifetime Warranty.  Featuring Nobody Compares Guarantee.

Ductless Air Conditioning

Corrosion Resistant ALUMINUM Coil

New Air Conditioner Installation

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No Ductwork. No Problem. FUJITSU Factory Trained. Heat and Cool Every Room Independently. Ultra-Quiet. Modulating Indoor Fan Speeds for Optimum Energy-Saving Indoor Comfort. 

Corrosion Resistant ALUMINUM Coil

Corrosion Resistant ALUMINUM Coil

Corrosion Resistant ALUMINUM Coil

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Best Quality Products. Aluminum Corrosion Resistant  Indoor Cooling Coil. Hassle-Free Air Conditioning Application. Seal-Tight Application.


Wi-Fi Thermostats

Corrosion Resistant ALUMINUM Coil

Corrosion Resistant ALUMINUM Coil

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Easy. Simple. Fast. Energy Saver Thermostat. Set Your Temperature When Away or Travel. Remotely.  Emergency Signal Warns of Equipment Failure  Immediately from I-Pad or Cell Phone.

The Problem with Refrigerant Leaks

 Studies have shown that A/C manufacturers can raise the efficiency of their equipment by using thinner copper in their evaporator coils. Heat transfers faster through the thinner copper, but this efficient tubing also leaks sooner.  So we know that thinner tubing develops leaks sooner, but what is causing the refrigerant leak in the first place? The leaky cheaper, copper a/c coils that engineers studied had microscopic pin holes seemingly drilled throughout the coil tubing. The culprit was formic acid.  

A form of Formicary Corrosion.

 Formaldehyde in the home can convert into Formic Acid on the a/c coil. It is extremely mild, but over a period of 5 years, it will produce pinholes in copper tubing. We call this process formicary corrosion. If you have researched indoor air quality, you’ll know that formaldehyde is a major pollutant in our homes. An infamous case of severe formaldehyde in the living space was the FEMA trailer provided to Katrina victims. While less severe than a FEMA trailer, most homes have a measurable amount of formaldehyde in the indoor air, and this will always cause formicary corrosion and leaks. Unfortunately, no amount of any air conditioner maintenance will prevent leaks. We can, however, reduce the amount of  formaldehyde in your home with indoor air quality upgrades including any ductwork.   Never clean your air ducts again.  Never...Call Us  Today!!