Air Conditioning Unit Installation Cost

It makes sense that you would try to keep air conditioning installation costs as low as possible – the unit was not cheap, and you are trying to save money whatever way you can. The cost of AC installation varies depending on several factors. The first is the kind of unit you want to install – there are some that are cheaper to install than others. If, for example, you choose a wall mounted split unit you will pay less for installation because it involves only a little work. A central unit, however, will cost you more because there are lots of disruptions required to ensure that heat spreads to all parts of your home. The size of your home will also matter – installing an AC unit for a cottage is different (cost-wise) than installing a unit in a large house.
Some companies are willing to charge their customers less than average market prices but beware – it could be because they don’t use professional installers and they may also use substandard tools and parts. Over time your AC unit will end up costing you much more than if you had paid a professional installer to put it in for you.
If you wish to have a professional installer come in but don’t have the money to pay in one instalment ask them whether they can allow you to pay over the course of several months. There are some installers who are happy to extend such arrangements to their customers. You may end up paying a bit more, but the work will be done expertly and your AC will function perfectly.
One such installation company is Elliots – they are experts in AC work and they have some of the best AC units in the market. You can find out more on