AC Replacement Service in St. Paul & Minnesota
Get a New AC Unit From the Top-Rated AC Contractors in the Twin Cities!
Interested in updating your air conditioner with a newer, more energy-efficient model? At HomeWorks, we believe you deserve more out of your cooling system.
Let us help you choose the best air conditioner for you and complete the installation.
You may want to consider replacing your air conditioner if your current unit:
- Is over a decade old
- Is leaking refrigerant
- Requires frequent repairs
- Is not efficient
- Is costing you extra on your energy bill
Older air conditioning units may operate below the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) of 10. Currently, the federal government does not allow units to be manufactured with a SEER below 13.
Technologically advanced units can reach a SEER up to 16, saving you as much as 60% in energy costs.
Our Warrantied Products & Customer Guarantees
Our AC units come with a warranty on parts and labor. This warranty can range from 1 to 10 years, depending on the products chosen.
Our jobs include a 100% satisfaction guarantee, so we won’t consider ourselves done until you’re happy with our work.
Need an HVAC contractor you can trust?
Call the St. Paul AC professionals at 651-273-2450 today for a free consultation!
What’s Included in Your AC Replacement Service?
We start our air conditioner replacement appointments with a free estimate. We want to get to know you and help you choose a unit that meets all your needs. Our technicians will inspect your current system to determine if a repair is better.
Next, we provide two to six replacement options. Our upfront pricing policy ensures you will know the cost of each option before we start working.
Once you’ve decided on your new AC unit, we’ll install it for you that same day. We take special care to respect your home and clean up when we’re done.
We can also help you protect your investment with regularly scheduled tune-ups and maintenance services.
How Much Does AC Replacement Cost in St. Paul & Minneapolis?
It’s hard to pinpoint a price for your new air conditioner before your consultation because many factors can affect the cost of your system.
Breaking Down AC Replacement Costs
The price of a new air conditioner can vary on a few things, including:
- Any ductwork that needs repairing
- Energy efficiency
- Cooling capacity
- Comfort features
- Sound levels while running
- The size of your unit
Call 651-273-2450 to learn more about air conditioning replacement in St. Paul.
Based in Eagan, our air conditioning installation pros serve customers throughout the Twin Cities.
Choose HomeWorks for Your AC Replacement Services Today
At HomeWorks, we know our expertise as HVAC contractors is only half the equation for providing excellent service. We’re also committed to offering unmatched, friendly customer service from the first call to when we finish our work.
Our highly trained technicians are equipped with the industry experience to install your AC flawlessly, and we’ll treat you and your home with well-deserved respect.
Our policy is to always provide upfront, honest pricing, so you know what to expect on your final bill. We’re also proud to offer 24/7, same-day repairs so we can get you the AC solutions you need when you need them.
Looking for fast, effective, and affordable AC replacement services in St. Paul or the Twin Cities?
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost to replace an AC system?
The cost of a total replacement of your air conditioning system will vary depending on several factors. You’ll need to cover the cost of labor to remove the existing system, the cost of the new system, and labor to install the new system.
The price of a new AC will vary significantly with size, efficiency, features, and other factors. In some cases, you may need to replace or update ductwork as well, which can add extra costs.
How often should you replace your air conditioning unit?
Generally, an air conditioner can be expected to last between 10 and 15 years, though it’s likely to require at least a few repairs in that time.
This is assuming you regularly perform user maintenance like filter replacement and keep up with annual maintenance and tune-ups, and that your unit isn’t overtaxed trying to operate outside of its specifications, i.e., too small for your home.
You may want to replace it sooner if the efficiency is poor due to outdated technology, if it has degraded due to poor maintenance habits, or if you keep needing to repair it.
Should I replace my 15-year-old air conditioner?
In most cases, replacing an air conditioner that old is a solid decision — even if it doesn’t need repairs at the moment. That’s because, at that age, an AC will be significantly less efficient than a modern unit.
Even if your 15-year-old air conditioner were in peak condition, which it isn’t, it would still be way less efficient due to technological improvements.
Add the likelihood that repairs are more necessary for your older unit, that repairs are getting more expensive as the essential components become harder to find, and that you’re getting poor efficiency despite these expenditures, and the answer is a resounding YES!
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