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(916) 303-8447
8232 Fair Oaks Boulevard Carmichael, CA 95608
Serving Sacramento
Since 1961 Valley Heating & Air Conditioning has been dedicated to providing our clients with the ...
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(916) 633-6842
9727 Kent Street, Suite 150 Elk Grove, CA 95624
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5606 Blackrock Road Rocklin, CA 95765
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Sacramento Air Conditioning

Though folks in other areas of the country might imagine all of California as constantly sunny with 70 degree temperatures every day, people in the Sacramento Valley know that this is not exactly the case. When it comes to air conditioning, Sacramento is a city where few homeowners are willing to deprive themselves. Of course, air conditioning is not always a necessity; but in places where summer comes calling months before it does in other areas of the country, a good A/C system is more than just a "luxury" item. Since Sacramento air conditioners are likely to get a workout for a significant portion of the year, when it comes time to replace or install one, you want to make sure that it will be efficient as well as effective. This won't only ensure a more comfortable place to come home to, but a system that doesn't drain your wallet while it cools your house.

Options
While California homeowners can find the same types of A/C units as anyone else in the country, with the intense heat common to Sacramento, air conditioning that might work just fine in other parts of the country simply don't cut it in the Central Valley. Homeowners in the northeast, for example, might be able to get away with no air conditioning at all; for many New Englanders, even a single window unit can be considered a considerable luxury. In Sacramento, air conditioners that cannot provide relief for a good portion of a home's living areas might be okay in a pinch, but most would prefer a home where moving from room to room doesn't require a change of clothes.

Most newer Sacramento homes are designed with central air conditioning in mind. In older homes and fixer-uppers, adding central A/C can be an awkward and expensive task due to the massive amounts of ductwork needed to cool an entire house. For homes where adding ductwork is a tight squeeze, there is good reason to look into ductless and mini-duct air conditioning. Sacramento homeowners might find that these units provide adequate cooling during the hot summer months, but allow you to keep (or in the case of remodels, take back) space that would otherwise be filled to the brim with ductwork.

Heat Pumps
Another alternative to standard central A/C is the heat pump. With the ability to both heat your home in the winter and cool it during the summer (using a single duct system), heat pumps can eliminate the need for a separate condenser and furnace system. Heat pumps are not a good alternative in areas where winters are extremely cold, but in Sacramento, where winters are relatively mild, they are very capable (not to mention efficient) all year long.

Prices
With any device that uses electricity to function, there's good reason to look into how energy efficient it is when replacing or installing. Though an energy saving A/C unit might initially cost more, in the long run they will save you money on monthly bills; in a place like Sacramento, air conditioners that run efficiently may even pay for themselves over time!

When it comes to the bottom line price of installing air conditioning, there is a fair amount of variation from one job to the next. This can be attributed in part to the cost of the unit, but it may also be due to the amount of alteration needed to install a particular system. We've seen Sacramento air conditioning prices range from $4,000 to $11,000, though most jobs will fall somewhere in the middle.

Companies
Because of the wide range of prices, it is a very good idea to contact multiple companies and get several quotes before settling on one. In and around Sacramento, air conditioning companies are not difficult to find, but choosing the right one could save you hundreds of dollars, and a few headaches, as well!

Of course, nearly every Sacramento air conditioning company is going to have an ad in the phone book. The problem is, it can be extremely difficult to judge a company's merit from a yellow pages ad. This is where HomeAdvisor can help. Every company we represent nationwide must pass our rigorous ten-step screening process before we even consider matching them with a homeowner. Additionally, the folks that have used our contractors in the past are able to leave feedback on our site that you are free to look over. What does this mean for you? Every Sacramento air conditioning company we'll match you with meets higher standards than any phone book requires to place an ad. Plus, our policy of posting the comments of previous clients gives you a chance to hear real life accounts of how particular companies have performed for others, and gives every contractor we work with an extra incentive to make the homeowners they work with in the future happy.

Recent Job Requests for Air Conditioning Contractors in Sacramento, CA


New Lead
Project: Install a Central Air Conditioning System
Location: Sacramento, CA
Date: 06/17/2018
What is the nature of this project?: Install or replace central air conditioning system
Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible

New Lead
Project: Repair or Service a Central Air Conditioning System
Location: Sacramento, CA
Date: 06/16/2018
Is this an emergency?: No
Request Stage: Ready to Hire
Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible
Comment: Came home from vacation & upstairs heat pump ac unit didn’t cool. Was 88 degrees

New Lead
Project: Repair or Service a Central Air Conditioning System
Location: Sacramento, CA
Date: 06/16/2018
Is this an emergency?: No
Request Stage: Planning & Budgeting
Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible

New Lead
Project: Install a Central Air Conditioning System
Location: Sacramento, CA
Date: 06/16/2018
What is the nature of this project?: Install or replace central air conditioning system
Request Stage: Ready to Hire
Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible
Property Owner: Yes

New Lead
Project: Install a Central Air Conditioning System
Location: Sacramento, CA
Date: 06/16/2018
What is the nature of this project?: Install or replace central air conditioning system
Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible

New Lead
Project: Repair or Service a Central Air Conditioning System
Location: Sacramento, CA
Date: 06/15/2018
Is this an emergency?: No
Request Stage: Planning & Budgeting
Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible

New Lead
Project: Repair or Service a Central Air Conditioning System
Location: Sacramento, CA
Date: 06/15/2018
What is the nature of this project?: Repair or service central air conditioning system
Select the type of heating system(s) you are currently using. (Check all that apply): Natural gas fired forced air (central heating)
Property Owner: Yes
Desired Project Start Date: Tomorrow
Comment: My condenser unit (AC unit) is a General Electric model and was installed 1982. It is no longer cooling and the service provider said I need a new one. I have a home warranty with American Home Shield and they have approved the installation of a new condenser. I am not happy with the interactions I've had with the service provider contracted with the home warranty. And I'm not sure that the costs for the NON-covered items (given to the home warranty people by the service provider) are within reason. The costs out of pocket for me are: $170 (coolant); $385 for a permit; $1,214 for a Title 24 duct inspection and $240 for cooper tubing and other materials to install the condenser = total of $2,009 and this is with the home warranty. I don't know what brand the unit will be - probably cheapest one there is. I was told by the home warranty people that I could get a "cash-out" from them so I can get my own service provider.

New Lead
Project: Repair or Service a Central Air Conditioning System
Location: Sacramento, CA
Date: 06/15/2018
Is this an emergency?: No
Problem description: Unit not running
Request Stage: Planning & Budgeting
Desired Completion Date: 1 - 2 weeks

New Lead
Project: Install a Central Air Conditioning System
Location: SACRAMENTO, CA
Date: 06/15/2018
What is the nature of this project?: Install or replace central air conditioning system
Request Stage: Planning & Budgeting
Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible

New Lead
Project: Repair or Service a Central Air Conditioning System
Location: Sacramento, CA
Date: 06/15/2018
Problem description: Leaking
Equipment Age: 5 - 10 years
Desired Project Start Date: Unsure about timing
Comment: Air conditioner isn’t running. Coil is leaking.

Unscreened Air Conditioning Contractors in Sacramento

mlw home Improvements
2940 Sunrise Blvd #3
Rancho Cordova, CA 95742
Class Act Plumbing Heating & Air, Inc.
4801 Myrtle
Sacramento, CA 95841
Skyline Energy Savers, Inc.
2611 Highland Hills Drive
El Dorado Hills, CA 95762
Alta Heating and Air
6243 Helens Court
Loomis, CA 95650
California Energy and Air Quality
8184 Alpine Ave
Sacramento, CA 95826
Comfort Zone-Aire Serv of Sacramento
77 Apple Ct.
Applegate, CA 95703
SECO Heating and Air Condtioning Inc
4320 Anthony Court, Unit 1
Rocklin, CA 95677
Werner & Sons
3479 A Orange Grove Ave.
North Highlands, CA 95660