The owners of these two split-level townhomes in Danvers, MA, had a 25-year-old air conditioning system that was failing. The conjoined homes were both experiencing problems with the air conditioning, which would continually turn off or quit running even when the home was much too hot.
After some attempting to repair the outdated and failing system, they concluded that a new air conditioning system was in order. The owners began researching HVAC suppliers in the area and found that N.E.T.R., Inc. had a fantastic reputation in Danvers and the surrounding areas. N.E.T.R., Inc. has helped numerous residential customers in the same town, along with businesses, as well.
After reading some of the reviews left by our previous customers, these owners were convinced that we could handle their AC problems.
The Problem: Two conjoined townhouses in Danvers, MA, replace two 25-year-old systems that were failing to keep the homes cooled.
The Solution: N.E.T.R., Inc. removed the old system and installed an energy-efficient American Standard 2-ton 13-Seer air conditioning system in each home that would keep the families cool for years to come.
The team at N.E.T.R., Inc. met with the owners to discuss the problem and look at the existing system to see if the overall design of the HVAC system was the problem. Fortunately, both homes had ductwork that was in excellent condition and vents that were well placed for air distribution.
Ultimately, N.E.T.R., Inc. informed the owner that they would need to remove the old condenser unit and air handler in the attic, clean the existing ductwork, and install the new units along with a few refrigerant pipes. All in all, it was going to be a quick and simple fix for both homes.
Before the installation process could begin, N.E.T.R, Inc. had to remove the faulty system from the homes. Because the outdoor condenser units and all of the refrigerant lines used a chemical process to cool the air, these parts of the system have to be disposed of carefully so as not to cause damage the environment.
N.E.T.R., Inc. has over forty years of experience working with HVAC systems, so we were able to dispose of the outdoor condensers and refrigerant lines according to EPA guidelines. Additionally, the indoor air handlers had to be removed and disposed of properly, which our team handled.
After the old system was removed, the homes were ready to be fitted with the new AC systems. Each home had an American Standard 2-ton 13 Seer outdoor condenser unit installed on the pad where the old unit had been placed. Liquid Tight was used on both outdoor units to ensure they were sealed and could withstand the Massachusetts weather.
In attics of the homes, American Standard 2-ton 13 Seer air handlers were installed in place of the old units. Here, the new system was patched into the existing ductwork for the homes.
Refrigerant piping was installed on the outside of both of the homes. This piping runs from the outdoor condensers to the newly installed air handlers in the attic. Additionally, new drain lines and a new condensate pumps ASSY were installed for each system.
These homeowners will now be able to cool both townhomes perfectly with the new American Standard HVAC systems. Because these new ACs are properly fitted to the homes and utilize more modern air cooling mechanics than the old system, the family should see an improvement in their energy bills.
Not only will this new AC system offer high-quality cooling for the homes, but they will be able to rest assured that the 1-year warranty on labor and 10-year warranty on parts will keep them running for a long time.
What Can N.E.T.R., Inc. Do for You?
If you are fighting with your AC system to stay cool in the summer, it’s time to call in the experts. Whether you’re dealing with an old system that is failing, a home without central AC, or a damaged or leaking HVAC system, we can help!
Our team will work with you to design an air conditioning solution that solves all your heating and cooling needs and helps you save on your energy bills. To learn more about what N.E.T.R., Inc. can do for your home, check out our residential case studies from previous installations.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation.