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Written on: June 24, 2024

Replacing Your Central Air Conditioning System

Keep Your Cool in North Penn this Summer

air conditioning Bucks County, PA Thanks to our formidable service team and strong partnerships with leading equipment manufacturers, we install more cooling equipment than pretty much anyone in our service area.

If you want to improve your home comfort this summer, we can help you understand your options and choose the right system for your budget and space. This can dramatically lower your cooling costs and make your home feel more comfortable than ever before.

Plus, after we install a new energy-efficient cooling system for you, we can grow your savings even more by helping you qualify for a federal tax credit of up to $2,000. We recommend you consult with your tax advisor to learn more about how you can save with these long-term federal tax credits.

What to Expect When Replacing Your Old A/C System

Over the years, we have mastered the craft of designing the ideal air conditioning solution for each customer. Walton’s installs all major cooling system brands, including traditional central air conditioning systems, heat pumps and mini-split

The first step in designing an effective cooling system is a thorough inspection of your home, including all the rooms you need to cool. When we arrive, we will ask you about any comfort issues that bother you, and then we will begin a complete inspection of your current equipment, including key components and all ductwork.
Once we are thoroughly familiar with your present cooling system, and after we have determined your home comfort priorities, we will get to work finding the perfect combination of equipment and installation. The system we design is the one that, in our professional opinion, will provide you with the highest level of comfort and efficiency.

We will then go about the installation process with as little disruption to your daily routine as possible. We will clean up after ourselves and return your home to you in the condition we found it. Every Walton employee is totally committed to your comfort, and our goal is 100% customer satisfaction.

Once the right system is selected, our installation team will install it the right way. This requires skilled technicians with specialized training. The bottom line: installing a new air conditioning system will increase energy efficiency and save you money when the cooling system is sized and installed correctly.

Reducing Your Cooling Costs

If you think you’re spending too much money on repairs or your electric costs keep climbing every summer, consider replacing your central a/c system. Although there are exceptions, the performance and reliability of central air equipment usually deteriorates after 15 years.
Today’s high efficiency systems are as much as 60% more efficient than the models of yesteryear. This will drastically lower your utility bills. And that’s why the purchase of a new system is an investment with a return, not just an expense.

A new high-efficiency system could reduce your cooling costs by 30% or more—and end the expense and annoyance of breakdowns—while keeping your home more comfortable, no matter how high the temperature soars.
After the installation, we offer all the same expertise and money-saving services that we give Walton customers for their heating equipment —including service plan coverage and annual tune-ups.

Air Conditioning Service in North Penn

Founded in 1921, Walton’s is a fourth-generation family-owned company that proudly serves North Penn communities, including towns in Bucks County, PA and Montgomery County, PA. We have a staff of professional technicians who can manage all types of HVAC service, from annual maintenance to emergency system repairs to top-notch heating and central air conditioning equipment replacement.

Reach out to us today to learn more about how you can save money and improve your home comfort by becoming a Walton’s customer.

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