Air Conditioning Replacement

AnyWeather Heating & Air provides the best air conditioning replacement & installation services in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati, OH.  We replace, sell, and install traditional, high-efficiency air conditioners, heat pump cooling systems, and/or ductless mini split AC units. Contact our licensed, expert air conditioning contractors today and cool your home like never before…“On Time, Done Right. Guaranteed!”

AC Units We Install

High Efficiency Air Conditioning Replacement services

Air Conditioner Sales

Traditional, High-efficiency AC unit installation services

Ductless Mini Split Installation services in Cincinnati, Florence, KY and NKY

Ductless Mini Splits

Ductless mini split AC system installation services & sales

Heat Pump Replacement Services in Cincinnati, OH

Heat Pump Replacement

Heat Pumps with Fan Coils/Air Handlers offer high efficiency cooling

 Northern Kentucky 

Call us at (859) 781-4822

Cincinnati, OH

Call us at (513) 586-7015

Home » AnyWeather Heating & Air » Cooling Services » Air Conditioning Replacement

AC Replacement Services in Cincinnati & NKY

In some cases, repairing your air conditioner can end up costing more than upgrading to a newer, more efficient system. AnyWeather Heating & Air offers expert air conditioning replacement and installation services throughout Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. More importantly our trained comfort specialists will help you make an informed decision on whether you should repair your unit or choose air conditioning replacement.

If replacement is the best option, our AC installation technicians will provide the information you need to determine which type of cooling system is right for your home and budget

Air conditioning replacement often boils down to 3 questions that we cover in detail below…

    1. Should I repair or replace my AC unit?
    2. How much does it cost to install a new Air Conditioner?
    3. What type of air conditioning system is best for me?

Is It Time To Repair or Replace Your AC Unit?

People often struggle with the question of whether to repair or replace their air conditioning system. These 5 considerations will help bring clarity to the repair or replace delima…

How Old Is Your Air Conditioner?

If it is 15 years or older, it is probably time to consider replacing it. The average lifespan of an AC unit is between 12 and 15 years. Most manufacturers warranties are between 5 to 10 years so parts and labor are no longer covered.

How Often Does It Need To Be Repaired?

As an air conditioner ages out it will typically require more frequent repairs. If your AC unit required repair services during the past several cooling seasons it may be time to replace it.

Is Your AC Still Efficiently Cooling?

Modern air conditioning units are required to operate with higher cooling efficiencies. All new air conditioners must have a SEER rating of at least 14 in the Northern states, which includes the NKY and Cincinnati, OH areas. (In 2023, this was increased to 14 from 13…we have now transitioned to a SEER2 rating system).

If you have a cooling system with a SEER of below 13 or 14 then investing in a new high-efficiency AC replacement unit may pay for itself in energy savings! It is expensive to run older inefficient, low SEER units.

Have You Kept Up With Seasonal Maintenance?

In order to maximize the life of an air conditioner they require yearly cleaning and tune-ups. Seasonal AC maintenance service also ensures a system runs optimally. This is like changing the oil in your car. If you have not kept up with seasonal maintenance then your manufacturers warranties may be void and your cooling system is more likely to consistently break down.

Are Repair Costs Too Expensive? The 5000 Rule...

The ‘5000 Rule’ is a simple formula to help people gauge whether a repair is worth the expense. Multiply the age of your air conditioner by the estimated repair cost. If that equals more than $5,000, then you are probably better off investing in AC replacement services.

How Much Does It Cost To Install a New Air Conditioner?

The cost of installing a new air conditioning unit is influenced by several factors, including the choice of equipment and the complexity of the installation process. The best cooling system for a home located in the Cincinnati area depends on a wide range of factors, all of which can dramatically affect the cost of installing a new AC or heat pump.

Top 7 Factors Influencing AC Replacement Cost

  1. Type(s) of Air Conditioning Systems / Equipment
  2. Size of Home/Building and Layout/Structure
  3. Number of People & Cooling Needs/Preferences
  4. Energy Efficiency Objectives
  5. Indoor Air Quality Needs
  6. Are Ductwork Modifications or Repairs Needed?
  7. Are Electrical System Upgrades Needed?

People with an average size home can expect air conditioner replacement costs to be anywhere from $2,000 to over $10,000.

Air Conditioner, and Heat pump system service, repair, and sales from AnyWeather Heating & Air

Such a price variance underscores the importance of working with a trusted, local HVAC company, like AnyWeather Heating & Air, in order to get a free estimate covering replacing your air conditioner or HVAC system. We are committed to delivering a hassle-free AC sales and installation process from start to finish.

Air Conditioning Installation & Sales

AnyWeather Heating & Air sells a variety of traditional high efficiency, energy star qualified, Air Conditioners with efficiency ratings up to 19 SEER2. Call us today and schedule a free AC replacement consultation.

What type of AC or cooling system is best for you depends on a variety of factors. Our expert comfort consultants will listen to your needs and carefully explain all of your options so you can make an informed air conditioning replacement decision.

Variable Speed Air Conditioner Installation in Cincinnati, OH

Ion 19 Variable-speed Air Conditioner

  • Up to 19 SEER2 / 13 EER2 Cooling Efficiency
  • Cooling Capacity 2–5 tons
  • Sound reducing low as 56 decibels
  • Variable-speed, 5-stage Rotary Compressor Operation
  • High-efficiency Variable-speed Fan Motor
  • Wi-Fi Communicating System Control
  • Energy Star qualified
  • Refrigerant: Non-ozone depleting R-410A
  • Model: TVA9 | Quiet Comfort Deluxe
  • 10-Year Parts Limited Warranty
  • 10-Year No Hassle Replacement Warranty
High Efficiency 2 Stage Air Conditioner Installation and sales in Florence, KY

Ion 17 Two-Stage Air Conditioner

  • Up to 17.5 SEER2 / 13.5 EER2 Cooling Efficiency
  • Cooling Capacity 2-5 tons
  • Whisper Quiet System with sound as low as 69 decibels
  • Two-stage Scroll Compressor Operation
  • Two-speed Fan Motor
  • Wi-Fi Communicating System Control
  • Energy Star Qualified
  • Refrigerant: Non-ozone depleting R-410A
  • Model: T4A7T
  • 10-Year Parts Limited Warranty
  • 10-Year No Hassle Replacement Warranty
Ion 16 Air Conditioner Sales and Installation Services from AnyWeather Heating and Air

Ion 16 Single-stage Air Conditioner

  • Up to 16.5 SEER2 / 13.5 EER2 Cooling Efficiency
  • Cooling Capacity 1.5-5 tons
  • Quiet Performance as low as 71 decibels
  • Single-stage Scroll Compressor Operation
  • Single Speed Fan Motor
  • Wi-Fi Communicating System Control
  • Energy Star Qualified
  • Model: T4A6S
  • 10-Year Parts Limited Warranty
  • 5-Year No Hassle Replacement Warranty
17 SEER2 rated Air Conditioning Installation Services in Erlanger, KY

Performance 17 Two-stage Central Air Conditioner

  • Up to 17 SEER2 / 13.5 EER2 Cooling Efficiency
  • Cooling Capacity: 2-5 tons
  • Quiet AC Unit (as low as 71 decibels)
  • Two-stage Compressor Operation Improves Humidity Controls
  • Two-speed Fan works with Compressor
  • Non-ozone depleting R-410A Refrigerant
  • Energy Star Qualified
  • Model: N4A7T
  • 10-Year Parts Limited Warranty
16 SEER2 rated Compact Central AC unit Sales and Installatin in Cincinnati, OH

Performance 15 Compact Central Air Conditioner

  • Made specifically for narrow lot, Perfect for multi-family properties where space is limited
  • Up to 16 SEER2 / 13 EER2 Cooling Efficiency
  • Cooling Capacity: 1.5-5 tons
  • Quiet AC Unit (as low as 65 decibels)
  • Single-stage Compressor Operation
  • Single-speed Fan Motor
  • Non-ozone depleting R-410A Refrigerant
  • Model: S4A5S
  • 10-Year Parts Limited Warranty
16.5 SEER2 rated Central Air Conditioner Sales and installation in Florence, KY

Performance 15 Central Air Conditioner

  • Up to 16.5 SEER2 / 13.5 EER2 Cooling Efficiency
  • Cooling Capacity: 1.5-5 tons
  • Sound Level as low as 72 decibels
  • Single-stage Scroll Compressor Operation
  • Single-speed Fan Motor
  • Non-ozone depleting R-410A Refrigerant
  • Energy Star Qualified
  • Model: N4A5S
  • 10-Year Parts Limited Warranty
Budget Friendly 16 SEER2 Rated Central Air Conditioner Sales in Independence, KY

Performance 14 Central Air Conditioner

  • Up to 16 SEER2 / 13.5 EER2 Cooling Efficiency
  • Cooling Capacity: 1.5-5 tons
  • Sound Level as low as 73 decibels
  • Single-stage Scroll Compressor Operation
  • Single-speed Fan Motor
  • Non-ozone depleting R-410A Refrigerant
  • Model: N4A4S
  • 10-Year Parts Limited Warranty
  • Provides Budget Friendly Cooling

Air Handlers & Heat Pump AC Systems

Heat pumps offer a high-efficiency option for cooling your home. They provide cooling in the warm summer months by removing heat from your home to the outside. This process can be energy-efficient compared to traditional cooling methods, which generate cold air directly. Traditional heat pump HVAC systems pair an out door heat pump, which looks like a traditional AC unit, with an indoor air handler / fan coil unit, that looks similar to a furnace.

A high-efficiency, variable-speed heat pump paired with a variable speed fan coil/air handler can provide one of the most energy efficiency air conditioning systems available. 

Click here for available Heat Pump Installation Services in Cincinnati, Florence, NKY

Air Handler Functions in a Heat Pump System

  • Circulation: When cooling, the primary function of the air handler / fan coil unit is to circulate air throughout your home. It uses a fan or blower to move air over the fan coil, thereby distributing cool conditioned air through the ductwork to different rooms.
  • Filtering / Indoor Air Quality (IAQ): Air handlers typically contain filters that clean the air as it circulates through the system, removing dust, pollen, and other airborne particles. This helps improve indoor air quality. Additional IAQ products like whole home filtration systems and in-duct UV air purifiers can be installed with an air handler.
  • Cooling & Heating: In a heat pump system, the air handler works in tandem with the outdoor unit to provide heating or cooling. During the cooling season, the system extracts heat from the inside air and transfers it outdoors. For heating, the process is reversed, allowing the heat pump to remove cold air from inside and releasing it outside.
  • Humidity: Some air handlers also help in controlling the humidity levels within the home. By properly conditioning the air, during the cooling season, making the indoor environment more comfortable. In addition, IAQ products like whole home humidifiers and dehumidifiers can be installed and integrated into an HVAC system.

Air Handler Installation Considerations

  • Location: The location is often chosen for ease of installation, maintenance accessibility, and efficient air distribution.
  • Integration with Ductwork: The design and installation of a buildings ductwork play a significant role in the overall efficiency and performance of the cooling system.
  • Energy Efficiency: Modern air handlers are designed with energy efficiency in mind. Features such as variable speed fans can significantly reduce energy consumption by coordinating & adjusting the airflow rate to the current need, rather than running at full speed continuously.
Air Handler and Heat Pump AC system Installation

Call AnyWeather Heating & Air today and schedule a free air conditioning replacement consultation. In Northern Kentucky call our Cold Spring, KY office at 859-781-4822 and for Cincinnati, OH call 513-586-7015

Ductless Mini Split AC System Installation

Ductless heat pumps or air conditioners, often referred to as mini-splits, offer a versatile and energy-efficient solution for cooling homes, especially in areas where traditional ducted HVAC systems may not be feasible or cost-effective.

Their design comprises two main components: an outdoor compressor/condenser and one or more indoor air-handling units. These units are connected by a conduit, which houses the power cable, refrigerant tubing, suction tubing, and a condensate drain, requiring only a small hole through the wall for installation. This setup allows for a less invasive installation process compared to traditional ducted systems.

One of the primary advantages of ductless AC systems are their flexibility in cooling individual rooms or zones within a home. This is particularly beneficial for new additions, renovated spaces, or any area where extending or installing ductwork is impractical or too expensive. By enabling individual control over different zones, users can adjust temperatures in occupied rooms without affecting the rest of the house, leading to improved comfort and energy savings.