Integrity Air Conditioning, LLC – Air Conditioning Photo Gallery
Euless Rooftop Commercial AC Removal, Installation
This Integrity Dallas Air Conditioning commercial customer in Euless, TX had their old rooftop air conditioning system removed; and a new one installed by Integrity AC.
This homeowner in Richardson, TX decided it was time to replace their air conditioning and heating system, Integrity Air Conditioning, LLC installed a new Trane system for the homeowner. Now they have a comfortable home with a system that is much more cost effective than continuing to run their older unit.
These photos show where we installed a custom fit drain pan for our customer. Prior to installing the new pan, the old pan had rusted out and was not even covering the entire unit, which could have been a potential water hazard if it had leaked. If you have a unit that has a strange configuration and need a custom fit drain pan, let us help! Call 1-844-351-9400 today!
Integrity Air Conditioning – Heating Photo Gallery
Integrity Air Conditioning installed spiral duct work in a facility that needed a better duct system.
This gallery examines specific problem ducts in your home. If you have ductwork in your attic or home that looks like this, it is not performing up to par. Please call Integrity Air Conditioning at 972-270-1244 if you think your duct system could perform better!
This is the original furnace installed for a homeowner in Rowlett, TX. It is much less efficient than the systems offered today. The vent coming off the furnace is not attached, which could be a major health concern. The duct work could also be improved which would increase the efficiency of this system.
If you think your system needs an adjustment or if you would like a free estimate on a new system, call us today at 1-844-351-9400.
This unit shows evidence of a leak. If your rooftop unit needs service or you think something is out of the ordinary, call us today at 972-270-1244.
Integrity Air Conditioning – Insulation Photo Gallery
Unsealed duct systems cause dust to enter your home from the outside through soffits and attics. This can lead to dirty filters and increased allergy symptoms.
These photos show how we remove existing insulation, and air seal an attic to stop air from escaping the conditioned space in your home.
One of our customers in Garland had an uncomfortable living area above their garage. They could feel air leaking in during the winter and experienced temperature differences year round. We solved his problem by applying spray foam under the uncomfortable room.
Airsealing the top plates in an attic reduces the amount of air that can escape from your home. Unsealed duct work and plenum space is a major problem when you consider how fast the air handler pushes air into the conditioned space. The air conditioning system capacity is drastically reduced and SEER ratings drop substantially.