Install the right air conditioner to help you battle any heat wave. When it comes to creating a comfortable home Bryant is backed by more than a century of efficient and affordable air conditioning systems.
Boasting awards for design and top-tier technology, LG ductless air conditioners represent the height of at-home climate control, no matter the weather, courtesy of the latest in cutting-edge cooling technology.
Mitsubishi is one of the leading brands in ductless heating and cooling. Designed with your comfort in mind, ductless mini-split air conditioning systems from Mitsubishi set the standard for comfort with premium controls and advanced energy-saving features.
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Tower Energy and Plainville Oil specialize in high-efficiency air conditioning systems from top manufacturers. Installing a new A/C system can reduce energy consumption by 30% while delivering conditioned air more consistently for enhanced comfort. We offer both central air conditioning and ductless mini-split air conditioning systems.
Central Air Conditioning
Today’s high-tech central air conditioner systems cool more effectively than older systems, use less energy, take up less space, generate less noise, and contain environmentally friendly refrigerants. In most cases, the central air conditioning ductwork can be integrated with your existing heating system.
Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioning
The perfect alternative to a central A/C system or window units is a ductless mini-split system. In addition to cooling your home efficiently, some systems can double as a supplemental heating source. Install a ductless mini-split system if you do not have ductwork in your home or have new additions or rooms that require an additional heating or cooling source for year-round comfort. Installation by our experienced technicians is quick and easy.
If you have an older A/C unit that uses R-22 refrigerant, you should begin planning for a system upgrade.
As of 2010, the refrigerant R-22 was discontinued for use in new A/C systems. Its production is being reduced and soon R-22 will no longer be available for your A/C system. Plus, the new R-410A refrigerant is not compatible with older systems.
You have most likely saved hundreds of dollars on your heating bills over the last two winters due to low fuel prices and mild weather. Reinvest in your home and don’t be caught in a tough situation this summer. Don’t wait!Get ahead of this important change and schedule a free consultation now.