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Installation / Replacement Solutions

- Air Conditioners - Ductless Mini Splits - Evaporative Coolers -

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On The Job

People you will likely see during the install process

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IWV's Most Trusted
HVAC Installation Professionals

HVAC system installation or replacement is no simple task for anyone to perform. A DIY process can be risky, dangerous, and is not recommended. This is a job that should be left to the professionals.


Our  install technicians are highly qualified and experienced in HVAC system installation and replacement and our process has proven to deliver the best and most satisfactory results time and time again. We strive to deliver a great experience for our customers by providing excellent service and value. We do this through a process that allows us to determine the correct equipment needed for your home and the proper sizing of each individual duct throughout your home, optimizing comfort in your home.

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Air Conditioning

Why Install A/C?

In the region that we serve, it is not unusual for it to reach triple digit temperatures for most of the warmer months. An evaporative cooler can only do so much, and at that point, its really just a humidifier. Air conditioners are a great solution for this type of climate since it removes heat from your home and dehumidifies the circulating air. This brings many benefits to your home.

When To Replace A/C

According to Energy Star, you should consider replacing your air conditioner if it is more than 10 years old, and you should seriously consider replacing the air conditioner if it's more than 15 years old—as this is the average lifespan of most cooling devices. Although this is a good rule of thumb, there are other signs that may indicate that you need an A/C replacement.


Replacement Indicators

  • System is 10 - 15 years old

  • Lack of cold air

  • Lack of airflow

  • Moisture build up

  • Unusual sounds

  • Foul smells

  • System needs frequent repairs

  • Cooler temperatures

  • Improved indoor air quality

  • Humidity control

  • Minimizes Allergies

  • Boosts productivity

  • Easier sleep

  • Fewer pests

  • Increased security

  • Protects personal belongings

Financing Options

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Go Green Financing

We have financing options available to help with the cost of a new system

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We can help determine if it is time to replace your system with our top to bottom system inspection

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We can help determine if any area of your home has the wrong sized ducts or may need additional supply / return ducting

House Measuring
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Ductless Mini-Splits

Go Ductless

Ductless mini-split systems are energy efficient air conditioning and heating options, environmentally friendly and completely customizable. They offer homeowners the ability to cool and heat specific zones of their home to the exact temperature they desire, providing consistent and exceptional year-round comfort. This is also a great solution to cool rooms that are unable to receive ducting.


  • High efficiency

  • Environmentally friendly

  • Improved indoor air quality

  • Less noise

  • Flexibility and versatility

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Evaporative Coolers

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A Simple Solution

Evaporative coolers are much simpler machines than A/C systems making the installation and maintenance much easier and costs much less. Coolers don't consume as much energy as A/C systems either. They can do a great job at reducing temperature in your home during moderately warm weather. These systems are ideal for dry climates as they use humidity to provide cooling.

Ultimate Savings Club
Ultimate Savings Club Money Pile

 only $7.50/mo per system 

You Receive

  • Two seasonal system start up inspections + System Performance Reports

  • 15% discounts on replacement parts and equipment

  • Priority scheduling over non USC members

  • Plus more!


* minimum of two systems

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Our End To End Installation Process

Sometimes it seems like a long waiting game to get things rolling. We follow a routine process for every install or replacement job. This allows us to consistently deliver comfort to every home. Sometimes the steps needed to be taken can be confusing. Here we can walk you through that process and guide you on what to expect.


  1. Initial Estimate

    • This is our first contact. You will meet with one of our estimators to go over the job at hand. They will send out an initial estimate based on the information they have gathered.​

  2. Heat Load / Loss Calculations

    • Here we measure your house room by room and input this data into our advanced software. This will tell us what equipment you need as well as what size each duct should be to reach the desired air flow.​

  3. Duct Leakage Test

    • This test is performed by pressurizing your duct system and inspecting any leaks. This test will be done during inspection as well. The leakage rate has to be under a specific threshold to pass inspection. We do this before hand to find anything that needs repair and to ensure a successful inspection.​

  4. Revised Estimate

    • After gathering all the information, we revise the estimate to make any changes or add any necessary work that we discovered is needed during our testing.​

  5. Equipment / Parts Acquisition

    • Upon approval of the final estimate, we begin to acquire the equipment and parts that are needed to complete the job.​

  6. Scheduling

    • Once we receive all the equipment and parts for a job, we then make contact with the customer to schedule a start date for the installation.​

  7. Installation / Replacement

    • The duration of an installation varies depending on what is being installed or replaced. Customers will be informed on the status of the job throughout the operation.​

  8. Commissioning

    • After the system is installed, we go through the system and make sure everything is running properly and efficiently.​

  9. Inspection

    • The final step is a 3rd party inspection. The inspector is making sure that everything is up to code and will also perform the same duct leakage test that we did earlier in the process.​



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