Upfront and Transparent HVAC Pricing - Always

Build your own HVAC system in a few short steps and get pricing instantly. At Hansen Family, one of our core values is transparency. We believe in providing honest solutions for our customers. Get A/C pricing online instantly for your specific home.
Please fill out all required fields.

What type of system do you currently have?

Split

Package

A package HVAC unit combines multiple units, such as an air conditioner and heater, into a single unit. The unit is usually placed outside. Split systems, on the other hand, divide each system into its own unit, so your heater and air conditioner are separate.

Where is the inside portion?

Garage

Closet

Attic

What is your heat source?

Gas

Electric

What size is your system? GAS

600 - 800 SF

|

1.5 Tons

800 - 1000 SF

|

2 Tons

1000 - 1200 SF

|

2.5 Tons

1200 - 1400 SF

|

3 Tons

1600 - 1900 SF

|

3.5 Tons

1000 - 1200 SF

|

4 Tons

1600 - 2200 SF

|

5 Tons

What size is your system? ELE

600 - 800 SF

|

1.5 Tons

800 - 1000 SF

|

2 Tons

1000 - 1200 SF

|

2.5 Tons

1200 - 1400 SF

|

3 Tons

1600 - 1900 SF

|

3.5 Tons

1000 - 1200 SF

|

4 Tons

1600 - 2200 SF

|

5 Tons

What system operation type are you interested in?

Modulating

A modulating or variable-stage HVAC unit is a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system that continuously adjusts its output to precisely match the heating or cooling demands of your home. It offers a wide range of output levels, making it highly efficient and capable of maintaining consistent indoor comfort while minimizing energy consumption.

Dual-Stage

A two-stage (dual-stage) HVAC unit is a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system that offers two levels of output—usually a high and a low stage. It can operate at a lower, energy-efficient setting for milder weather and automatically switch to a higher stage for extreme temperatures. This results in better energy efficiency, improved comfort control, and reduced wear and tear on the system.

Single-Stage

A single-stage HVAC unit is a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system that operates at a fixed output level. It has one setting for cooling or heating, meaning it runs at full capacity whenever it’s on. While simple and cost-effective, it may be less energy-efficient and precise compared to two-stage or variable-speed units.

What product type are you interested in?

Product information

Congratulations on choosing your new unit!

One of the Hansen Family Plumbing & Air team members will be reaching out to you shortly to discuss the next steps!
Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.

System Info

Instant approval*
Multiple options*
Low Rates*

Looking for financing?
Apply directly online!

Warranty

Specifications

Installation

Accessories

FAQs

The size of an AC unit is crucial for efficient performance. A unit that’s too large will cycle on and off frequently, reducing its efficiency. One that’s too small won’t cool your space effectively. Professionals typically use calculations based on the Manual J load calculation to determine the right size.

The cost varies based on the size, brand, installation complexity, and the efficiency of the unit. Hansen Family offers upfront, transparent HVAC pricing online. Just fill out your home’s information and get real-time pricing with no hidden fees.

SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. It’s a measure of the AC unit’s efficiency. The higher the SEER rating, the more efficient the unit is, which often translates to lower energy bills. Current U.S. federal regulations require residential AC units to have a SEER rating of at least 14.

If your AC unit is over ten years old, requires frequent repairs, and has a reduced efficiency, it might be more cost-effective to replace it. New units are generally more energy-efficient, which could lead to savings in the long run.

Whether we send a technician out or you fill our the forms for online pricing, our team will prompt you with specific questions in order to decipher the exact size unit your home needs.
The best type depends on your cooling needs, space, and budget. Central AC cools the entire house where a split AC system is suitable for cooling specific rooms.

Warranties vary by manufacturer. Most offer a general parts warranty for several years, and some components, like the compressor, may have extended coverage. Always read and understand the warranty terms, and consider the reputation of the brand when it comes to honoring their warranties.

Contact Us Today

Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.

Are you in need of plumbing or A/C services? Find budget-friendly, reliable home services with Hansen Family. 

 

SCHEDULE ONLINE