What can I expect during my air conditioning installation?

Installation

You’ve picked out a brand-new air conditioning system and you are ready to move forward with installation. So, what will you encounter at the installation appointment?

Foremost, there is some prep work you can do ahead of time to help the installation process go smoothly. Make sure the area where the air conditioning system will be located is clear. This includes an open path so the installers don’t face obstacles when moving the equipment to the final spot. This includes clearing the space of any tools, toys, sticks and leaves.

If you have pets, make sure they are in a kennel, crate or contained in a separate area to be sure it’s a safe environment for the technician and your pet.

One benefit of collaborating with Morgner Incorporated Air Conditioning & Heating on your air conditioning installation is that our professionals will take the time to walk you through your new system. We encourage you ask as many questions as you want while our technician installs your system. We realize how big of an investment this is and how key the air conditioner is to your home comfort. Once the system is installed, the technician will perform testing to make sure it’s running correctly. We’ll show you all the features of your new system and include recommendations on how to achieve the optimum efficiency.

While the technician will review the features, we recommend that you take the time to review the owner’s manual to become more familiar with your heating and cooling system. And store your manual in a safe place for future reference.

Our team is ready to help, whether you have questions about your air conditioner after it has been installed or you simply need to arrange routine maintenance to make sure it continues to run efficiently–you can count on us. Give the experts at Morgner Incorporated Air Conditioning & Heating a call at 314-961-0875. You can also arrange an appointment with our online scheduler to make sure you are ready for the warmer weather!

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