Having lived in Florida for most of our lives, we understand the need for working air conditioning and how bad it can be when your AC isn't functioning properly. That's why we're committed to providing the Fruitland area with the best in air conditioning repair, installation, and service.
Whether you're preparing for the upcoming season by having a new air conditioning system installed, or need quick service when your AC stops working on a 100 degree day, St. Louis Air Conditioning is here to help. Our crew is equipped and experienced to handle most projects the day of.
Our years of experience serving the Fruitland area and our commitment to excellence have set up apart from other companies in the area. If you have questions on your air conditioning system or need service, don't hesitate to contact us.
Having an air conditioning system installed is a great way to not only make your life easier but adds curb appeal to your home if you ever plan on selling it. This last decade saw the hottest summers in recorded history, and further predictions say it's only going to get hotter. It gets very hot in the south during the summer and you don't want to sit around in your home all day sweating.
A proper air conditioning system isn't just about keeping yourself cool either. A good system will give you better air quality control in your home, which will help those with asthma breathe easier and stay safer on days when the air quality is bad. Humidity is a key factor in air quality, not just from pollutants, but by slowing or preventing the growth of mold and other bacteria which cause severe allergic reactions. By controlling the humidity in your building, you make it easier on yourself by working and living more comfortably and, literally, breathing easier.
Even if you already know all this and have an air conditioning system in your home, you could benefit by upgrading to a more modern one and make your home more energy efficient. The newer ones require much less energy than those air conditioners which were made back in the 80's and 90's and could save you a ton of money on your heating and energy bills. By being able to keep your building cooler with a lower energy bill, you can also help prevent your appliances and electronics from overheating. You will have to replace all these devices later, which could have been prevented all together.