Air Conditioner Installation in Tampa & Clearwater

To say that a Tampa summer is hard on air conditioners would be a severe understatement. Our warm seasons go above and beyond, and your cooling equipment needs to be able to do the same! If you’re seeking a new air conditioner installation or replacement that guarantees consistent comfort in your home, you came to the right air conditioning company.

Hoffman Electrical & A/C  is a full-service AC company serving Hillsborough County and the surrounding areas. We are fully committed to providing homeowners with superior solutions through cutting-edge cooling equipment, trained contractors, and upfront pricing on all of our services.

When looking for an AC installation contractor in Tampa or Clearwater, you need only look to our team for the quality you deserve. Contact us online or call 866-238-3243 to schedule a consultation now! We offer financing!

Residential Air Conditioner Company in Tampa

If you intend for your new air conditioning system to serve you reliably and efficiently, you need a high-quality unit installed by professionals. Your home has unique cooling needs that are governed by its size, insulation, layout, number of windows, and more. This means that for the best results, you need the assistance of a knowledgeable and skilled AC installation professional.

Our contractors are extensively trained and are local to the area, meaning we know exactly how to assess your home’s needs and provide the optimal system. We aim to offer you the utmost in value by ensuring your installation provides comfort, efficiency, and value.

When Should I Install a New Air Conditioner?

Choosing the right time to install a new system can be tough, and many simply wait until their current one gives up entirely. This is, however, not at all the best option! As systems wear down and age, they tend to drastically lose efficiency and repairs become more frequent and costly at the same time.

This is why we recommend discussing the advantages of air conditioner replacement with your chosen contractor under these conditions:

  • When your current cooling system is 10 years old or older
  • When you find yourself in need of AC repair annually, or more frequently
  • If your current air conditioner is no longer capable of maintaining comfort in your home
  • If humidity is a constant issue in your home
  • When your cooling and energy costs are rising or spiking
  • If you currently need air conditioner repair, but the repair exceeds a third of the full value of your system

Still unsure whether new AC installation is the right call? Contact Hoffman Electrical & A/C for an assessment. We are happy to help you get the service that matches your needs best!

Contact Us for AC Installation in the Tampa Area

For the technicians at Hoffman Electrical & A/C absolutely nothing is more important than your satisfaction and comfort. We don’t want to make a sale or sell you a pitch—our team wants to ensure that you get the best in quality systems and services, and we want to be the dependable AC service technicians that you can always count on.

For AC installation in Tampa, Clearwater, and the surrounding areas call 866-238-3243 or connect with us online!

AC Installation Frequently Asked Questions

Can I install my own central AC?

While it is possible to install your own air conditioner, it is a safer and smarter option to trust HVAC professionals with your AC installations.

Are there ways to be safe if I hire an HVAC technician when social distancing?

If you decide to hire a technician for an AC installation project, practice current social distancing guidelines. This may require remaining outside while the technician works or ensuring the technician can work in a sectioned-off area or outbuilding.

Our HVAC technicians also follow guidelines approved by the CDC to keep your home and your family safe.

How long will the air conditioner in my Florida home last?

The average lifespan of a Florida-home air conditioner is 10-15 years (as long as the unit is regularly maintained).

What is the best temperature for my thermostat?

70-78 degrees Fahrenheit is a good range of temperature for your thermostat, depending on the season, weather, and time of day.