Murphy Company Heating & Cooling is proud to offer high-quality AC installation to the residents of Glenview, KY. If your air conditioner is more than 10 years old, it could be time to get it replaced. Older cooling systems may stop operating efficiently and be more prone to problems and breaking down. Our air conditioning team can help you select a replacement unit that will be properly sized for your home. We can offer advice about the energy efficiency of various units and can answer any questions about your options. Moving forward with an AC replacement could be a great investment in your home. A new unit could lower your energy bills and save you money, too!
Affordable AC Installation in Glenview
When it’s time to replace the air conditioner in your home, we have many years of experience needed to ensure the process goes smoothly. We will walk you through every step of the way to ensure you get the best possible air conditioner for your home. We take into consideration many factors, including your budget, property size and layout, cooling habits, and so much more.
There are many benefits that a new air conditioner can bring into your home.
- Correctly sized output
- Quieter sound levels
- Reliable operation
- Reduced carbon footprint
Glenview’s AC Replacement Pros
Our experienced technicians at Murphy Company Heating & Cooling are NATE certified and ready to serve you in Glenview. Our company is BBB accredited, and we’ve earned an A+ rating by putting customer needs as our top priority. We’re a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, and you can count on us to stay current with advances in the industry. For the confidence of our customers, we’re fully licensed, bonded, and insured. We refuse to cut corners with anything we do. With more than 50 years of experience, we can get any job done right the first time. To make it easier to pay for a new air conditioner, we can offer flexible financing options on approved credit. We want our services to be of great value.
We have a fully stocked shop located on Pinewood Road in Louisville.