Air Conditioning Service and Repair – We work on all brands.
24/7 Emergency Service Available – Residential and Commercial
Air Conditioning Maintenance – Reduce your energy bills by scheduling maintenance service for your A/C system.
Central Air Conditioning and Mini-Splits – We repair, service and maintain central units and mini-splits.
We not only diagnose HVAC problems, we fix them – once and for all.
You don’t want to fix the same thing twice; neither do we.
At Integrity Air Conditioning, we are experienced at installing and maintaining all makes and models of air conditioning equipment.
Contact us today to schedule air conditioning repair or air conditioning maintenance for your home.
We proudly serve Dallas, Irving, Plano, Frisco, Garland, Richardson, Mesquite, Rockwall, Wylie, Sachse, Forney, Sunnyvale, Waxahachie and Surrounding Areas.
Central Air Conditioning – These systems provide cool air to entire houses. A ductwork system distributes the cooled air, and also draws warmer air back to the cooling evaporator coil to be reconditioned. A heat pump HVAC system can provide both air conditioning and heating.
Ductless Mini-Splits – No ductwork? No problem! We can provide whole-house air conditioning just like central AC systems – without installing air conditioning ducts. Instead of ducts, compact air handler mini-split units are mounted on walls and ceilings to deliver cool, comfortable air to rooms.
Proper will prolong the life of your air conditioner.
“Cooling” and “air conditioning” are often used interchangeably when referring to the systems that keep interior temperatures more comfortable in hot weather.
Technically, “air conditioning” is the more accurate term because as air is cooled, it also loses some of its moisture. Cooling + dehumidification = air conditioning.
No matter what term you use – it takes energy to maintain comfortable interior temperatures during hot weather.
It’s helpful to learn a few basics about how air conditioning systems work.
Central air conditioning systems utilize a sizing convention called the “ton.” A “ton” of cooling capacity equals the amount of heat absorbed by one ton of ice melting over a 24-hour period.
One ton of cooling capacity is equal to 12,000 BTU. Common household air conditioning systems may be from 1.5 to 5 tons, and there may have multiple units.
While BTUs and tons describe cooling capacity, EER and SEER ratings are used to describe an air conditioner’s efficiency. The Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) denotes the efficiency of a cooling system when the outdoor temperature is at a specific level (usually 95degrees F).
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) is used to measure the efficiency of a cooling system over an entire cooling season. The higher the rating, the more efficient the unit.
These days, air condition systems with a SEER of 16 or more are considered very good. 21 SEER systems are about the highest you can get these days. An air conditioning unit that is 12 years old or more, may only be 10 SEER or less. This means you can cut the amount of electricity you use for air conditioning in half just by making this upgrade alone! Integrity Air Conditioning can accomplish this in your home!
Both portable and central air conditioning units should have EER and SEER ratings. SEER ratings will always be slightly higher than EER ratings. More efficient air conditioners are also likely to have earned an ENERGY STAR® rating, which means that they are at least 10% more efficient than the minimum standard established by the federal government.
Lower your electric costs by upgrading older A/C systems. Integrity Air Conditioning specializes in identifying the most energy-efficient cooling solutions for your home.