Air Conditioning Systems
Best Air Conditioning System Repair & Installation In Reading, PA
Whether you need your Air conditioner repaired or replaced, or you want to add central Air to your home, count on Berks Counties A/C repair and replacement experts at Ultimate Comfort to get the job done right and on time.
Contact us today to find out how you and your family can begin benefiting from the best in home heating and cooling services from Ultimate Comfort Heating and Cooling, serving Wernersville, Reading, Temple, Wyomissing, Leesport, Douglassville and all Berks County.
Air Conditioning Systems
When you are in the market for an air conditioning system that will provide your home with cool comfort, our complete line of air conditioners are the perfect solution. As Energy Star® qualified appliances, our air conditioners meet the stringent efficiency standards and guidelines.
Designed to be environmentally responsible, our air conditioning systems are highly efficient and offer the ultimate in quiet performance. You can count on our full line of air conditioners to provide your home and family with top reliability and quality.
Heat Pump Systems
Heat pump systems are a viable solution for the heating and cooling needs of your home. These all-in-one heating and air conditioning systems work much like a stand alone air conditioner during warmer months to cool your home and during colder months, these systems perform the opposite function; efficiently heating your home when it’s cold outside. As a result, you can be assured of superior comfort… all year round.
Cutting-edge technology, high efficiency ratings and only the highest levels of quality ensure that your heat pump will keep you comfortable throughout the year. Offering a wide array of groundbreaking and exclusive features, our heat pumps are among the most energy efficient on the market today. Ultimate Comfort provide air conditioning systems in and around Wernersville, Reading, Temple, Wyomissing, Leesport, Douglassville and all Berks County.
Air Conditioning Installation
We have extensive knowledge and expertise when it comes to installing a new air conditioning system in your home. If you are you ready to enjoy the comfort and energy savings that comes with owning a new air conditioner, simply schedule your FREE, home comfort evaluation by either calling us or schedule your appointment online. We provide air conditioning installation to those in and around Wernersville, Reading, Temple, Wyomissing, Leesport, Douglassville and all Berks County!
The Installation of your Air Conditioning System
When your new system arrives and is ready to install, our friendly, NATE-certified air conditioner installation technicians will carefully and professionally install it in your home. Our professionals are careful not to disturb your living area. They’ll lay down carpet protection and wear shoe protection to keep your home clean. After the A/C installers have finished installing the AC, they’ll leave the area cleaner than when they arrived. If we don’t, we’ll have your whole house professionally cleaned for FREE. Respecting your home is a promise we take very seriously.
If you are not totally satisfied after your purchase, Ultimate Comfort will make every effort to correct any issues regarding the workmanship of our installation, with no questions asked.
The difference between a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee and a Manufacturer’s Warranty is important to understand. Manufacturer warranties do not cover:
- Labor to repair the part
- Dquipment installation quality
- ductwork design or repairs
- Or any other problems not associated with the equipment itself
The Ultimate Comfort 100% Satisfaction Guarantee ensures your complete and total satisfaction with the purchase AND installation of your new air conditioning equipment.
Air Conditioning System Options
We’ll recommend the right solutions for your lifestyle and desires, based on hundreds of available air conditioning products. Our Comfort Consultant will take into account your needs and lifestyle, as well as the physical requirements of your home.
When considering the new AC system, think carefully about energy efficiency, air quality and if humidity control components are needed, particularly if anyone in your family has the following conditions:
- Respiratory health issues
- Dry scalp and skin
Today’s innovative air cleaning products can exceed hospital air filtration standards. Zoning control is also available, and allows you to heat and cool the exact rooms you want, to the exact temperature you want.
Our FREE Comfort Analysis will assist you in understanding and evaluating all these important considerations, helping you make your home more comfortable and efficient.
Most people do not budget for a breakdown or replacement of their air conditioning system. So to offset the investment, we suggest using our easy financing program as a simple, automatic, affordable way to pay for your new system or repair service. We offer great financing options, including seasonal rebates, specials and incentives. Your energy savings over time might also help offset the investment.
If your located in and around Wernersville, Reading, Temple, Wyomissing, Leesport, Douglassville, or anywhere in the Berks County area, contact us today to learn more about our air conditioner installations.
Central Air Conditioning Repair and Maintenance
Whether you need your Air Conditioner repaired fast, or simply serviced to keep it running at it’s best, just give us a call or schedule your AC repair appointment online.
We never close. Emergency repair service is available 24/7/365. All of our cooling and A/C repair services are even guaranteed 100% in writing plus a 5 year parts warranty for your complete peace of mind. We are fully licensed and insured in repair, sales, air conditioner installation and air conditioning maintenance for ALL brands of cooling equipment. Simply put, we’re your cooling experts. Call us now if you are having any trouble with your cooling system, and we’ll be there to fix it in no time and it will be fixed right the first time.
Our maintenance and repair services are covered by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, giving you peace of mind for your repair service or maintenance investment.
Have additional questions about A/C repair? Please visit our Air Conditioning FAQ section or contact us today!
Why Your Home’s A/C Freezes Up In Summer
You’re air conditioner can freeze up because of over-use, broken parts, lack of maintenance, or any number of other reasons. Don’t wait until you’re faced with a problem; because A/C units typically break down on the hottest day of summer. Call us today to schedule your preventative maintenance. It may just save you a whole lot of sweating.
New Heating & Air Conditioning Systems for $99/Month?
For just $99 per month, you can be on the way to experience Ultimate Comfort, a place of bliss where everything is always at the right temperature. A monthly plan that will work for you and your air conditioner.
Air Conditioning FAQ’s
How does an air conditioner work?
An air conditioner seems as if it cools your home’s air, but in reality an air conditioner makes your home less warm by removing heat from the indoor air and transferring that heat to the outdoor air. Heat is extracted from the home by passing indoor air across a refrigerant coil. Refrigerant lines then carry the heat to the outdoor unit, where it is released into the outside air. The cooling cycle continues until the indoor temperature reaches the thermostat setting.
What does it mean when my AC freezes up?
Icing on the condenser coil on the indoor portion of your air conditioner, or ice on the refrigerant lines outside can be caused by several conditions. The most common culprit is reduced or restricted airflow from a dirty air filter or restricted air ducts. In some instances, a refrigerant (commonly called Freon) leak can cause a condition where ice accumulates on the indoor coil. This condition may damage your system, so report any ice buildup to Ultimate Comfort as soon as possible.
What size air conditioner do I need?
Every home is different, and there are many environmental variables that must be taken into account. There is not a set size that can be recommended without a Heating and Cooling Load calculation, otherwise known as a Manual J calculation. New higher efficiency A/C systems need proper airflow to meet their designed efficiency levels. A load calculation must be performed on the home to determine the proper system size that meets all the physical requirements. Ultimately the size determination should be made by a qualified air conditioning specialist.
What do all those air conditioner and heat pump ratings mean?
Efficiency Ratings: SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) is a system for rating the efficiency of cooling equipment. The higher the SEER rating, the less your unit will cost to operate.
HSPF (Heating Seasonal Performance Factor) is a measurement similar to SEER, but it measures the efficiency of the heating portion of a heat pump.
What is a heat pump?
Heat pumps are often misunderstood or not understood at all. Because of this, you may not realize that there may be a better heating and cooling option than a furnace or air conditioner.
A heat pump is an efficient method of cooling your home in the summer and warming it in the winter. Although heat pumps are new to many people, they have been around for decades. A heat pump looks like an air conditioner, but that’s only the outside appearance. It actually has two functions based on the same principles for both. In warm weather situations, the heat pump works as a normal air conditioner. It extracts heat from inside the home and transfers it to the outdoor air. In colder weather, however, the process reverses, collecting heat from the outdoor air and transferring it inside your home.
Even when the air outside feels extremely cold, the air still contains some heat. The heat pump pulls the heat from this cold outdoor air and sends it inside to warm your home. When there is not enough heat in the outside air to meet the demand of the thermostat setting, an electric heater supplements the outdoor air to warm the home.
While many people find the winter operation of a heat pump the most difficult to understand, it is during the heating cycle that the heat pump produces the most savings. Unlike a furnace that turns fossil fuel or electricity into heat, the heat pump collects heat that already exists in the outdoor air by means of its refrigeration cycle. Consequently, a heat pump will produce two to three times more heat than the energy it uses.
In addition, a heat pump can be an effective add-on option to use in conjunction with an existing gas or oil furnace. With a dual-fuel system, the two systems share the heating load but never function at the same time. Each system operates when it is most cost effective. The heat pump will be the primary heating and cooling system. However, when the temperature drops below the heat pump’s ability to operate as efficiently as the fossil fuel furnace, the gas furnace will take over until the temperature rises enough for the heat pump to operate more efficiently.
Why does my air conditioner keep running?
An air conditioner works properly and efficiently at the temperature it was designed to achieve when it was installed. If there are hotter than normal days, the A/C will try to maintain the indoor design temperature. This does not necessarily mean the unit is undersized. It means the particularly hot day you are experiencing may be outside the normal range of the calculated design for the A/C unit. A proper load calculation from an air conditioning contractor can determine if the air conditioner is properly sized for your home.
If you’ve never experienced cooling issues in your home previously, it could also mean there is a service issue that needs to be addressed. You may be able to save yourself a service call if you check your air filter. If it’s dirty, the system cannot move the correct amount of air and can result in cooling issues or in extreme cases, the indoor coil may freeze and damage your air conditioner. If the air filter is clean, then it would be best to contact an air conditioning contractor to determine what measure need to be taken to correct your cooling issues.