When the summer heat waves hit Ardmore, you don’t want to be stuck with a broken or poorly performing air conditioning system. Contact Len Sciulli & Sons for any type of installation or repair. Our fully licensed and insured business has been around for over 20 years, so we know the in’s and out’s of AC care. With our experience and professionalism, you can expect quality service.
Air Conditioning Repair in Ardmore
Even quality air conditioning systems need a routine check-up. The Air Conditioners Contractors of America recommend that systems should receive service once a year. Our technicians are pros at fine-tuning AC systems to run at top performance. We frequently perform Ardmore and Bryn Mawr AC repairs. Once you contact us, we can go ahead and check for proper electricity and coolant levels, oil the motor fans and clean your AC unit’s condenser cells.
Ardmore Air Conditioning Replacement
Summer months in Ardmore can be unbearable, especially if you don’t have a properly functioning AC system. Sciulli & Sons can install a whole new system into your home or business, and we’ll give you a variety of options to meet your budget. Choose from split systems that have an indoor and outdoor unit or packaged systems that feature a single unit. In addition to traditional systems, you also have the option of choosing a ductless or high velocity system.
High Velocity Systems
If your home or business does not have preexisting ductwork, you could consider a high velocity system. These offer some of the same benefits of traditional central AC systems without the extensive ductwork. Instead, cool and dry air blows out of smaller ducts at a higher velocity.
Ductless Air Conditioning
If you have an older Ardmore home, you may not have existing ductwork. In these cases, we often recommend that you look into an alternative system. With a ductless system, you can avoid the hassle and cost of setting up the ductwork. In fact, the only structural changes required for this installation involves creating small holes in your home for wires to run through. The wiring connects an outdoor unit to indoor units, and you can choose the best rooms for these mounted indoor units.