Are you ready to replace your old AC & Heating System?

Air Care can quickly replace it with a brand new energy efficient model. Whatever your needs and budget, we have you covered. Choosing the right system may seem like a difficult decision, but we’re here to help you to select a system that will perform reliably for years to come. Scheduling a free consultation, is all it takes to get started.

Zero% Interest for up to 60 months

AirCare now offers financing for up to 60 months with NO INTEREST, with your approved credit. Ask one of our representatives for details.

Zero% Interest for up to 60 months

AirCare now offers financing for up to 60 months with NO INTEREST, with your approved credit. Ask one of our representatives for details.

Air Conditioning Replacement

Trusted Shreveport Air Conditioning Installation and Replacement

How well is your Shreveport air conditioner performing? Are you questioning the integrity of your current AC system and looking for replacement options?

Whether the cause for concern comes from high energy bills, frequent repairs, slow and inefficient cooling or simply old age, you can depend on Air Care Heating & Cooling Services to find the best solution for your needs. We specialize in custom AC installations and replacements that are unique to your building. When you purchase a new air conditioner, you expect high performance. You can trust us to have the expertise and equipment necessary for completing high-quality air conditioning installations and replacements in your home.

In order to ensure all comfort and efficiency ratings are met, our licensed and highly trained technicians follow strict sizing and installation guidelines. Each installation comes with a careful performance measurement to ensure maximum comfort and energy savings.

If your air conditioner is over 10 years old, it may be time for a replacement. You can reduce your energy consumption by 25-40% by replacing your older, inefficient model with a new, energy-efficient one. Although it may cost more upfront, your monthly savings from reduced energy bills will cover the cost of a new installation. This depends, of course, on a quality installation. An improper HVAC installation could increase your energy bill by 30%. Don’t risk your safety, comfort and energy bills with just anyone!

Should I Replace My AC and Heating System?

Signs that an HVAC System needs to be replaced

Old Age (10-15 years)
High Energy Bills
Frequent Repairs
Uneven Temperatures
R-22 Refrigerant (banned as of 1-1-2020)

Choosing the right system

When deciding which type of system is best for your needs, our technicians will take a look at the various factors that are used to determine the size (or tonnage) your home requires. Each type of system has advantages and disadvantages and we will advise you on brand, model, features and efficiency levels.

What kinds of systems are available?

Common Types of HVAC Systems:
Central Air Conditioning – HVAC System with separate heating and cooling components
Heat Pump Systems – HVAC System in which refrigerant flow is used to both heat and cool a home.
Ductless Split System – Also known as a Mini-Split. Ideally used in home additions, smaller spaces or where there is inadequate space for required ductwork.
Package Systems – All-in one heating and cooling system. Most commonly used for commercial buildings.

Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning 101

Basic elements of an HVAC system:

  • Thermostat – Controls the temperature and operating mode of the system.
  • Refrigerant – A chemical compound which allows for heat transfer in an HVAC system. Also known as “freon”.
  • Condenser – Designed to dissipate heat carried by the circulating refrigerant.
  • Compressor – A pump which pressurizes the refrigerant allowing it to flow between the coils.
  • Evaporator – Usually located within a sealed duct in an attic or closet. When the system is set to “cool”, air flows over coils that contain the refrigerant.
  • Ductwork – A sealed pathway which allows for air circulation throughout a dwelling.
  • Fan motors – Drives air circulation in an HVAC system.
  • Furnace – When the system is set to “heat”, heating elements activate or natural gas burners ignite, depending if the furnace is electric or natural gas.

No Hidden Fees

We provide upfront and competitive pricing on every job.

Free Estimates on System Replacements

If you are ready to discuss replacing your system, contact us today! 318-525-7923